This is one of the best WW 3 anthologies yet (perhaps the best). The stated theme is "addressing social, political, and environmental damage, charting a path toward healing and repair," and the comics here fill the bill. Featuring over twenty artists, this value priced volume contains over 200 pages of comics. Most are black & white on newsprint, but there are three bonus full color sections included for good measure. There are many excellent stories here, and plenty of great art – most of which is by lesser known artists whose passion more than makes up for their lack of renown, but there also some high profile artists such as Ben Katchor (in full color, no less) and Sue Coe. The highlight of the issue – at least, certainly, for us here at Copacetic – is Seth Tobocman's mini-memoir, "Rage" which pithily and beautifully sums up a life long struggle with anger in twenty pages of hard won and heart felt comics. This piece alone is worth the price of admission.