19 June, 2014

WN Comics

Posted by Socrates in comic books, graphics/toons, National Alliance, Socrates, white nationalism, White Nationalists, White philosophy, White thought at 5:12 pm | Permanent Link

“The Saga of White Will.” This was originally a paper comic book. [Here; click on the arrows at bottom right to turn the pages].


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  7. 5 Responses to “WN Comics”

    1. Tim McGreen Says:

      Good comic book, but trying to attract the attention of White teenagers is tough. Only the Jews at the advertising agencies on Madison Avenue and at the entertainment studios in Hollywood know how to do it properly.

      How about a special edition comic book where White Will beats the shit out of that pimply-faced faggot Thom McQueer?

    2. Tim McGreen Says:

      Thom McQueer, a.k.a. Schmuley “Snot” Lonstein, attends the racially-mixed Pearl Bailey High School in Langley, Virigina. Here, we see him (on the right) hiding from White Will and his gang of White vigilantes. He is being temporarily (and reluctantly) protected by CIA officer Steve Smith, whose son Steve Junior is Snot’s classmate and only known friend. Needless to say, Snot/McQueer is Jewish and a closet homosexual.

      http://img4.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20140618220837/americandad/images/d/d6/UsWeekly.png

    3. CW-2 Says:

      Pretty good artwork! The ‘dad’ character, the guy with the pipe, resembles Commander Rockwell.

    4. Tim McGreen Says:

      That White Will comic book tells it like it is, but it reminds me of those comic books that some of the weirder, more off-beat Christian denominations used to distribute in order to try and attract young recruits. Most teenagers (notice how they never refer to themselves as teenagers?) are savvy enough know when some fringe cult is trying to manipulate or patronize them into signing up.

    5. Nergal Says:

      I once actually had that comic. But somehow I lost it.