When Radical Feminists Attack with Comics Artist Kate Beaton

In this excerpt from Kate Beaton's new book of comics, "Step Aside, Pops!", straw feminists haunt innocent children and have a dick-chopping good time.

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Sep 14 2015, 6:05pm

Inspired by historical and literary figures, Kate Beaton's comics are uniquely incisive. Since starting her popular (and hilarious) webcomic Hark! A Vagrant in 2008, Beaton's work has amassed a huge fan base and proven that you don't have to sacrifice intelligence for punchlines. The following is an excerpt from her new collection, Step Aside, Pops!, which is out tomorrow from Drawn and Quarterly.