Shortly after Julian Bond was booted out of the Georgia State Legislature for opposing the Vietnam War, he and artist T.G. Lewis created a comic book against the war. Originally self- published, it was later picked up by the New York Free Press. Here is the glitzy ad for the comic.
New York: New York Free Press, 1967. 17x22 inch poster folded into quarters; an ad for Bond's comic book "Vietnam." Brilliantly illustrated by T. G. Lewis, this antiwar comic, published by Bond shortly after his expulsion from the Georgia legislature (ostensibly for his opposition to the war), is aimed directly at black youth and links the struggle of the Vietnamese with the civil rights movement. Contains thirty- seven illustrations excerpted from the comic. Not in OCLC.