HuffPost Lists Berlin as One of the Best Graphic Novels of 2018

“2018 Was A Great Year For Graphic Novels. Here’s Proof” / Huffington Post / Lindsay Pereira / December 7, 2018

Why should a book that obsessively documents the rise of fascism in pre-war Germany matter in 2018? Turn on your TV set for an answer. Jason Lutes spent two decades working on this 600-page black-and-white behemoth, and manages not just to bring its characters to life, but to take us into the heart of historic events such as Bloody May Day. What makes it intriguing is that we view the lives of these people through the prism of history, armed with the luxury of knowing what they did not.

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