Warren Ellis comenta GET YOUR WAR ON en Artbomb.net :
"The graphic novel has often flirted with the punk aesthetic of "Anyone can do it." It's what drove the Hernandez brothers to create, and they remain the most successful expressions of that notion, until now. When one guy, armed with a bunch of copyright-free clip-art and some web space, decided he wanted to make a commentary on post-9/11 American politics. And so, with a cheap graphics program and some Seventies-looking clip-art images of office workers, he made a series of comic strips that just blasted the crap out of US foreign policy and the social aspects of the 9/11 aftermath. The brilliance of it is that he said what everyone was thinking and wasn't prepared to say, and he said it raw and unedited. It was hugely angry, perceptive, and very, very funny. And it became the web's first real comics phenomenon..."
El resto aqui .