Just yesterday, i received by email the copy of this book from an arab friend .
While that is certainly true, it can give a few people a misleading impression that there is a genuine Protocols and they are reading the wrong one!
I enjoyed this very much and highly recommend it both to history buffs and fans of Mr. Eisner's graphic work.
The art, the binding and the overall presentation are fine. The story itself could easily have been told in a 4 paragraph wiki entry.Published 6 months ago by Lloyd Alexander
I agree with the Publishers' Weekly review. This is a fine encyclopedia article, well-researched, and presented in detail (too much of it in some cases). Read morePublished 7 months ago by Andrew Fabbro
needed to see what this was all about... this was well done and informative. i have nothing else to sayPublished 11 months ago by Rhea Pollock
was expecting the novel not a comic book version of it. im very disappointed and would like to have the original novel version.Published 12 months ago by joanne villafane curtin
Will Eisner writes stellar graphic novels and this is one of the best. You will not be disappointed in his rendition of a pernicious piece of propaganda. Read morePublished 13 months ago by scout1968
The book wasn't The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, but it was informative and paper-quality excellent with nice drawings.Published 19 months ago by Raimo Manninen
It would be wonderful to have this as some kind of required reading in American classrooms and in North Africa...Published 23 months ago by John
No where as near as substantial as I'd hoped it would be. Conveniently omits the Rothschilds and the New York Jews who led the Bolshevik revolution in Russia. Read morePublished on October 1, 2012 by Gordon M. Wagner
If you think comics are not art than clearly you haven't seen Eisner. Every page is alive with his mastery of his craft. However, the story is a scholarly paper put to pen. Read morePublished on November 28, 2011 by lastsurrealist