Iran rebellion webcomic enters the secret prison


5 Responses to “Iran rebellion webcomic enters the secret prison”

  1. Horsefat Lover says:

    I read all of these in two sittings and was very moved. To anyone interested in getting an understanding of Iran beyond today’s headlines, I would also recommend reading “All the Shah’s Men.”

  2. turn_self_off says:

    What i find myself wondering, is how much (or little) is needed for a a nation of “the west” to slide into this kind of existence.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I have been reading Zahra’s Paradise for several months and would highly recommend that anyone who sees this should check out some of the other chapters. The People’s Press and Watermelon Juice tell a sophisticated story of national pride and shame, and The Revolutionary Court and The Malek Koran show a strange and conflicted view of the former monarchy. This is a very good and upsetting comic and anyone who cheered for the Green Revolution should read it.

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