The power of protest is a remarkable thing but not without a modicum of risk. If you take a knee in a jingoistic country you can get into some shit but at least you probably won’t get a tank driven over you or be assassinated by an anti-aircraft gun. In the Big Meg, political protest is frowned upon, but if you want to dress up like a borderline racial stereotype, then fill your boots…
John Wagner and Alan Grant are in heap big trouble and Ron Smith does um drawing.
WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT (IN ONE SENTENCE)?:
An ancient charter brings trouble.
WHO’S THAT IN THE HELMET?:
Chief Judge Hilda McGruder again does nothing except whine.
WHAT’S THE ART LIKE?:
HOW MANY LINKS?:
Three, although there is something iffy once again about the natives being shafted.