Animal Rights

We need to protect them from us. Ricky Gervais, Brooklyn Beckham, World Animal Protection and Jenny Jinya produce stories that fight for their rights.

Meat Free Monday - A comic by Lunarbaboon, Paul Goodenough, Paul, Mary and Stella McCartney and Meat Free Monday

‘Meat Free Monday’ – comic inspired by Paul, Mary and Stella McCartney and Meat Free Monday

Created by Lunarbaboon and Paul Goodenough

Launched by Paul, Mary and Stella McCartney in 2009, Meat Free Monday is a not-for-profit campaign which aims to raise awareness of the detrimental environmental impact of animal agriculture and industrial fishing. The campaign encourages people to help slow climate change, conserve precious natural resources and improve their health by…

Ricky Gervais & Rob Steen - Rewriting Extinction

Bullfight: An animal rights comic from Ricky Gervais and Rob Steen

By Ricky Gervais and Rob Steen

Victim blaming at its worst “A beautiful animal, literally tortured to death as entertainment. Psychotic. Fuck anyone who enjoys or defends it.” Ricky Gervais, writer of Bullfight In any place, in any walk of life, if you were to tell this tale, we’d all say the same – self defence.

Mama Bear panel from Jenny Jinya, Paul Goodenough and World Animal Protection

Mama Bear: A story about Bear Bile from Jenny Jinya & Paul Goodenough

By Jenny Jinya, Paul Goodenough and World Animal Protection UK

Ending the bear bile industry An article from World Animal Protection UK Why is bile is extracted from bears’ gall bladders? It is a practice which began in the Chinese Tang Dynasty (659 A.D.) for use in Traditional Chinese Medicine due to its’ alleged healing powers. The industrialisation of…

Never Forget - a comic made by Brooklyn Beckham, Paul Goodenough, Chow Hon Lam, World Animal Protection and Rewriting Extinction - panel 1

Never Forget

By Brooklyn Beckham, Paul Goodenough, Chow How Lam (Buddy Gator) and World Animal Protection UK

“Sadly, elephant-loving tourists who want that ‘once in a lifetime’ opportunity, are fueling demand for a mammoth sized problem that causes unthinkable cruelty behind the scenes, without them realising.” World Animal Protection seeks to create a world where animal welfare matters, and animal cruelty has ended. Active in more than 50 countries, they work…

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