PINKO JOE

New graphic novel repurposes vintage comics in the fight for social justice

New graphic novel repurposes vintage comics in the fight for social justice

Everything old is new again. Argle Bargle Books is onto something special. Their winning formula is quite simple. They take public domain comic books and repurpose them with new pertinent dialogue. I love the old comic book feel. This is a winning formula for the Ottawa-based independent publisher. The Canuck publisher supports Canadian and international underground comic creators¬†who exhibit something new to say in the 4-color medium. Argle Bargle Books’ new offering is called, GREENIE JOSEPHENIE. Just think of it as a rap song with loops and mixes cobbled together with new lyrics.