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*[http://irishcomics.wikia.com/wiki/Belfast_People%27s_Comic ''Belfast People's Comic''] and [http://irishcomics.wikia.com/wiki/John_Kindness John Kindness] on the Irish Comics Wiki
 
*[http://irishcomics.wikia.com/wiki/Belfast_People%27s_Comic ''Belfast People's Comic''] and [http://irishcomics.wikia.com/wiki/John_Kindness John Kindness] on the Irish Comics Wiki
  
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Cover of issue 2, artist unknown

The People's Comic, also known as the Belfast People's Comic, was an anthology comic published in Belfast, Northern Ireland, in the mid-1970s. It ran for four issues, and included work by John Kindness (including "Jimmy Ripshite, the man that ate the cooked ham raw", and satirical strips about a Loyalist Navy and about how to tell the difference between Protestants and Catholics), Liam de Frinse, Ian Knox, Alistair Heron, Cormac, Jonathan Livingstone, John Carson and others.

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