By Ian Brodie,Paul "Moose" MacKinnon
MacKinnon’s Cape Breton comedian booklet heroes, the Cape Breton Liberation military, led the revolution, lampooning neighborhood and provincial politics, labour unions, environmental activism, executive infrastructure tasks and back-to-the-landers. throughout the farcical exploits of the CBLA, outdated Trout Funnies parodied and performed with the cartoon of Cape Bretoners as shiftless, happy-go-lucky rogues whose motivation emanated from the taverns.
In The comedian Origins of the Cape Breton Liberation military, folklorist Ian Brodie explores the topics and the legacy of previous Trout Funnies, offering the cultural and historic context for a venture that used to be intensely esoteric and in-the-moment. incorporated are the full runs of the comics, the calendars and a few infrequently visible ancillary pictures of the CBLA, and of a few unfinished and unpublished works.
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Old Trout Funnies: The Comic Origins of the Cape Breton Liberation Army by Ian Brodie,Paul "Moose" MacKinnon