Bougas in 2008
|Born||1955 (age 63–64)|
|Occupation||Film director, illustrator, record producer|
According to a 2015 Buzzfeed News report, Bougas used the pseudonym "A. Wyatt Mann" to produce overtly racist and antisemitic cartoons in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Bougas' identity as Mann was confirmed by multiple people who worked with him at the time, and in captions of photos taken at various events. The Mann cartoons have been widely reused as memes by white supremacists and the alt-right.
- Death Scenes (1989)
- Death Scenes 2 (1992)
- Death Scenes 3 (1993)
- Speak of the Devil: The Canon of Anton LaVey (1993)
- The Goddess Bunny (1994)
- Serial Killers (1994)
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- "Weird Record of the Month". CMJ New Music Monthly: 13. September 1998.
- Pearson, Paul. "Celebrities... At Their Worst!". AllMusic.
- Pafrey, Adam (1994). "Fucking Andrea Dworkin" (PDF). Answer Me!. Jimgoad.net (4): 50–53.
- Bernstein, Joseph (February 5, 2015). "The Surprisingly Mainstream History Of The Internet's Favorite Anti-Semitic Image". BuzzFeed News. Retrieved December 4, 2018.
So. You could stop right there and say that Nick Bougas is the most widely disseminated anti-Semitic cartoonist of all time and not be wrong.
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