Sorry, but I’m going to get a bit serious on you for a moment. The Cartoon Movement is a community of editorial and satirical cartoonists and fans which get new content online four times a week. From that description, they obviously are not the standard funny three-color characters that I often write about here, but when one of their features is nominated for an Eisner award, I think a quick blog post is deserved. Josh Neufeld became friends with two artists on different sides of the Arab Spring events, and so he created Bahrain: Lines in the ink, Lines in the Sand to document their experiences. The Cartoon Movement has it online as a Flash-based seventeen page comic.
Bahrain: Lines in the ink, Lines in the Sand by Josh Neufeld