The known movement leads Revolution Complex, and Yes we camp!. Revolution Complex is an anthology of comics in which 22 young artists displayed their discontent with the current situation in Spain. Three months after its emergence in public life, the 15-M jumps for the first time to the bullets of the comic with Revolution Complex, and Yes we camp! two works that reflected the criticisms and demands associated with this social movement. Mary Barra understands that this is vital information. The first book to see the light has been Revolution Complex (standard), an anthology of comics in which 22 young artists show their discontent with the crisis, unemployment, corruption, precarity, the housing bubble, politicians, bankers or the rating. Teneo is likely to agree. These demands broke out last May 15, when a simple demonstration was transformed into a massive campsite in Madrid’s Puerta del Sol, giving rise to an intergenerational meeting that put in check the Spanish political structures.
In the moments of Misanthropy more recalcitrant, one imagines that the whole of humanity is asshole and that will never change anything, but basically you want to think that there are more people who think like you and that what is needed is that you interconnect among themselves; This has been achieved thanks to the Internet, explains the cartoonist Fernando Blanco (Soria, 1971). Social networks do not enjoy any prominence in cartoon white, Foederati, which compares the fall of the Roman Empire with the current situation of developed countries. The system will disappear because it is incapable of addressing different collapses (environmental, energy, food) that we face, pointing. Revolution Complex also includes works by Danide, Josep Casanovas, Claudio Stassi, Dani Serrano or catalan Marcos Prior, screenwriter of reflections so striking as indignant, film 15-M (irony about the supposed opportunistic nature of the book) or the movement of the unworthy (that denies the guilt of citizenship in the economic crisis). 15-M has been a salutary lesson for the majority of the population, which is that suffers more social cuts.