Human Action Comics are a set of seven comics written by J. Grayson Lilburne, to communicate the basic principles of Austrian economics in a simple, clear, and enjoyable form.

There are seven sets of comics, all of which are viewable in Picassa. Four are viewable in Facebook, and three are viewable on Youtube with sound, though the first is incomplete because of later additions to the first comic.[1]

The seven sets of comics are named as follows:

  1. The Basics
  2. Subjective Theory of Value
  3. Marginal Theory of Value
    3.2 Diminishing Marginal Utility
  4. Opportunity Cost and the Entrepreneur
  5. Capital Theory
  6. Simple Exchange


  1. J. Grayson Lilburne. "Human Action Comics by Lilburne", October 2009. Referenced 2010-08-14.

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