Excellent book, and the series is highly recommended as a text on world history.
Larry Gonick's Cartoon History series is the best overview of history I've ever read, and since I majored in history, I've read a lot.
Really, the only negative thing I can say about this is that I'm very sad the series had to come to an end.
I highly recommended it,it s perfect to understand the history by humour and perfect anlysizesPublished 1 month ago by ersoy yildiz
Great history book. It contains very humorous illustrations, and it's very fun to read. Reading about our past can be entertaining with this book. Thank you Larry Gonick!!Published 3 months ago by HCN
Don't you wish there were more people like Larry Gonick? I do. He researches, researches, researches and draws, draws, draws, and what comes out is a history graphic novel with a... Read morePublished 3 months ago by BuzzMega
Learning has never been more fun. Hard-to-put down serious humor. A must for all global history buff and scholars with interest in social evolution.Published 4 months ago by melvin ayogu
This is one of my favorite series, and the final book is definitely my favorite. Not for the subject matter, although it's arguably more interesting than other parts of history,... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Hypno Toad
This is Larry Gonick, as great as he's ever been, but the slightly yellow tinge (no, I didn't buy a used copy) of the paper makes this book distinctly harder to read than volume... Read morePublished 10 months ago by sc
Appreciated the succinct nature of the material. As someone frustrated by the minimalist learning approach of most college students this offers some ideas...Published 11 months ago by Schlashnbern
Makes history fun and engaging for the young or old. I have really enjoyed this series and the fact that it includes a bibliography and great little insights that add depth to the... Read morePublished 13 months ago by JC
And then read the real history books when you have more time. Which just might be never. So you'd better do it while you're in high school. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Chad A Olivera