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11 Jun 2020
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On this week's mask-wearing, sign-carrying, protest-filled weekly Independent comics page: The K Chronicles points out that it's time for white people to pay attention; This Modern World offers some dispatches from this new normal; Jen Sorensen listens to Ivanka Trump whine; Apoca Clips ponders alternative photo ops for Li'l Trumpy; and Red Meat needs to go shopping to finish a science experiment.

04 Jun 2020
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On this week's sad and angry weekly Independent comics page: Jen Sorensen shows that a president's words have violent consequences; (Th)ink puts looting and repression into context with thanks from Donald Rumsfeld (yes, really); This Modern World ponders how great America is again; Apoca Clips listens to Li'l Trumpy blather on; and Red Meat fails yet again to get a job.

28 May 2020
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On this week's Twitter-fact-checked weekly Independent comics page: The pandemic and our political reality seem to be affecting the author of This Modern World; Jen Sorensen talks to an "expert" about which deaths matter; The K Chronicles lets itself go during quarantine; Apoca Clips watches as the return of Jesus goes terribly wrong; and Red Meat enjoys the park after being cooped up for so long.

21 May 2020
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On this week's hydroxychloroquine-free weekly Independent comics page: The K Chronicles peers into the future from 2016; This Modern World gets some crisis-management tips from Donald Trump; Jen Sorensen wonders who's afraid of a little pandemic?; Apoca Clips heaps praise on Eric Trump; and Red Meat, with 8-year-old guest-artist Billy, wonders where the car keys went.

14 May 2020
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On this week's weekly Independent comics page, which is now offering curbside pickup: Jen Sorensen looks at how the mailman, in some circles, became the enemy; The K Chronicles celebrates more of Life's Little Victories, pandemic-style; This Modern World brings us the viewpoint of the experts, and then the "alternate" viewpoint; Apoca Clips gets a visit from the "reopen now!" protesters; and Red Meat, existing in a parallel universe where libraries are still open, works on a brand-new website.