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Nina Paley’s Misinformation Wants to be Free

Nice collection of IP-related Mimi and Eunice cartoons from Nina Paley:

About the author:
Nina Paley is the creator of the award-winning animated musical feature film Sita Sings the Blues. Her adventures in our broken copyright system led her to copyleft that film and join QuestionCopyright.org as Artist-in-Residence. A 2006 Guggenheim Fellow, Nina is currently producing a series of animated shorts about intellectual freedom called Minute Memes. She lives in New York.More at ninapaley.com

Misinformation Wants To Be Free

200+ Mimi & Eunice Cartoons

Authored by Nina Paley

Finally, a comic strip about spirituality, recovery, psychology, AND Intellectual Pooperty. This first official dead tree edition collects over 200 Mimi & Eunice cartoons from mimiandeunice.com. Printed here in full color, Misinformation Wants to be Free is sure to delight addicts, lawyers, a small minority of libertarians, and people who hate trees.

Signed copies will be available soon at the QuestionCopyright.org store (http://questioncopyright.com/) but you can purchase an unsigned print-on-demand copy right now if you can’t wait!

Publication Date:
Oct 15 2010
1453868747 / 9781453868744
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
8.25″ x 8.25″
Full Color with Bleed
Related Categories:
Humor / Form / Comic Strips & Cartoons
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