A compassionate, thoughtful, loving and sometimes devastating read. I need to disclose first and foremost that this review is just what it is.
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I find this a bit ironic and kind of a sell-out, using the one thing he fiercely opposes to sell his graphic novel.
Furthermore, I wonder why Dawson segregates people into “The wrong side of history” or “The right side of history”? With that logic, there is always going to be a dichotomy of thoughts, ideas, progression, or identity.
I mean, he basically made a graphic novel about not being able to make a graphic novel.
I assume the “overcompensating” story is about the author himself?
I would just like to provide my own opinions about some of the issues he adverts in the graphic novel.