Seth Tobocman (born 1958) is a radical comic book artist who has been living in Manhattan's Lower East Side since 1978. Tobocman is best known for his creation of the political comic book World War 3 Illustrated, which he started in 1979 with fellow artist Peter Kuper. He has also been an influential propagandist for the squatting, anti-globalist, and anti-war movements in the United States.
- Understanding the Crash with Eric Larsen and Jessica Wehrle (Soft Skull Press, 2010)
- Disaster and Resistance: Comics and Landscapes for the 21st Century (AK PRESS, 2008)
- Portraits of Israelis and Palestinians For My Parents (Soft Skull Press, 2003)
- War in the Neighborhood (Autonomedia, 2000) ISBN 978-1-57027-054-3
- You Don't Have to Fuck People Over to Survive (Soft Skull Press, 1999) ISBN 978-1-887128-35-3
- Freedom of the Press in Black and White: The Story of Mumia Abu-Jamal, a Black Reporter (S. Chicago ARA-ABC Zine Distro, 1999)
- Moynihan, Colin. "Ex-Squatter, in a Novel, Details Life on Society's Margins," New York Times (March 26, 2000).
- Murphy, Leanne; Vradis, Antonis (September 19, 2008). "Seth Tobocman and Nicole Schulman". Last Hours. Retrieved December 5, 2011.
- Smith, Chad. "Squatter cartoonist sees parallels with New Orleans," The Villager: A Salute To Volunteers, vol. 75, no. 48 (April 19-25, 2006).
- Worcester, Kenton. Waxing Politick with Seth Tobocman, The Comics Journal #233 (May 11, 2001).