I just finished and was compelled to recommend everyone read it. It's a great story told with Eisner-esque flourish that reads like a movie but is inspired by true events as well as all to real people. It's a comic with a social conscious.
Has anyone else gotten to this yet? What did you think? This is the kind of sequential art that helps legitimize the medium to society at large. Seriously, it's not often I finish a comic and think "this is important." Thanks for listening.
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