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Top Reviewer Ranking: 441,670 - Total Helpful Votes: 5 of 9
Fight the Power!: A Visual History of Protest Amon&hellip by Sean Michael Wilson
5.0 out of 5 stars Some reviews so far, 23 Jan 2014
"The compelling power of graphic narrative to efficiently, potently and evocatively disseminate vast amounts of information and seductively advocate complex issues with great conviction through layered levels has always been most effectively used in works with a political or social component. That's never been more evident than in this stunning and scholarly new graphic anthology detailing some of the most infamous and effective instances of popular protest."
- Win Wiacek, Comics review.co.uk

"Fight the Power! is not just a valuable historical reminder, it's a rallying cry to the disenfranchised. At a time when gay rights are still being defined and economic disparity… Read more
The 47 Ronin: A Graphic Novel by Sean Michael Wilson
The 47 Ronin: A Graphic Novel by Sean Michael Wilson
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Some reviews so far, 11 Nov 2013
Some reviews for the book include:

"A masterful retelling of one of the greatest stories in Japanese culture. An engrossing, engaging, emotional and unforgettable epic."
- Jonathan Ross, BBC television presenter

"The 47 Ronin is a dignified telling of a dignified story. It's violent when it needs to be, precise and calm when it's called for and never once loses focus. This is a tightly focused, perfectly pitched retelling of the story and a perfect entry point for anyone coming to the story for the first time. The Keanu Reeves version may have all the spectacle, but this version has all the heart."
- Alasdair Stuart, Bleeding Cool.com

"This is a… Read more
Parecomic by Sean Michael Wilson
Parecomic by Sean Michael Wilson
5.0 out of 5 stars Some views, 4 Sep 2013
Various reviews for the book:

"As a primer on the history and theory of participatory economics, this title is never short on ideas, tracing the development of Michael Albert's theories on self-management, social justice, and internationalism, and their origins in the civil disobedience and consciousness-raising movements of the late '60s and early '70s. As a student at MIT, Albert was inspired by the culture of activism to found Z magazine, ZNet, and the International Organization for a Participatory Society. Some readers may wonder why Wilson (AX: Alternative Manga) and Thompson (the webcomie Green Benches) have chosen Albert's story for treatment as a visual narrative, and… Read more

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