Issue 41 focuses its utensils and perhaps our willing gaze toward the topic of food, being that food arguably forms the basis for a fundamental connection to the world, from the warm womb and teet to the hand that feeds. WW3 isnt about a war that may happen, it is about the ongoing wars our so-called leaders have been waging all our lives around the world and on our very own doorsteps. WW3 also illuminates the war we wage on each other and sometimes the one taking place in our own brains. Founded in 1980 by Seth Tobocman and Peter Kuper, World War 3 Illustrated is by a collective of political comic and graphic artists. The rotating editorial board has included over the years along with Seth and Peter, Sabrina Jones, Scott Cunningham, Kevin Pyle, Nicole Schulman, Eric Drooker, Susan Wilmarth, Christopher Cardinale, Ryan Inzana, Paula Hewitt, and Chuck Sperry among many others. The magazine could never have survived without this collective effort and the contribution of so many other artists and writers who have donated their talents. In the hierarchy of the magazine editors and contributors receive the same paya magazine theyve helped build. Only the printers and distributors are paid, all profits go into producing the next issue.