Using comics to tackle serious issues

I didn’t read Maus until a few years ago. The story of the author interviewing his father, a Holocaust survivor, about his experiences during the war, was written and serialized in the 1980s. Though it’s not considered to be the first graphic novel, it was the firstĀ to win a Pultizer Prize, and it has influenced the way graphic novels have been done since.

In this video, we learn about how the novel was drawn:

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