Joe Sacco is the author of the Eisner Award-winning graphic novels Footnotes in Gaza and Safe Area Goražde, among other books. His works have been translated into fourteen languages and his comics reporting has appeared in Details, The New York Times Magazine, Time, and Harper's. He lives in Portland, Oregon.
"Somebody ordered it, somebody did it, and somebody tolerated it. And all are guilty."
"Someone leans over and says, In America when someone dies, you cry. Read more
Print still remains small when viewed on 12 inch Tablet, otherwise I like all of Joe Sacco's work. I like his style of reporting and, is sometimes very humorous. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Reuven Bracha
I'm not giving this a bad rating for the content, but rather for the format. I can't read it! I bought the Kindle version and the text is so small it's unreadable. Read morePublished 5 months ago by good for everyday vocabulary
Joe Sacco is in a league of his own. He's a true diamond in the rough. He has the courage to do what he does with style.Published 15 months ago by Mark L. Lombardi
As a book, this is not quite as good as Sacco's "Safe Area Gorazde", where he spends a whole book getting to know the people of Gorazde, making their stories all the more... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Timothy J. Young
This item arrived quickly. The book is very interesting and Joe Sacco has some interesting arguments about comic journalism and where it fits in the world of objective journalism.Published 17 months ago by Debby Estes
Joe Sacco does a masterful job of writing and depicting his work. The text moved me the images compelled me. However, certain article topics one sided and unbalanced . Read morePublished 19 months ago by Delta3984
The first section slaps the reader hard...mutilation, genocide, war atrocities.... Sacco delivers a pictorial perspective of recent wars through the graphic pictorial reporting for... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Don D. Bouchard
Joe Sacco is Maltese journalist. Long time ago he rejected an idea of the text as the way to deliver information. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Zhanat