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Sun Tzu, also known as Sun Wu or Sunzi, was an ancient Chinese military strategist believed to be the author of the acclaimed military text, The Art of War. Details about Sun Tzu s background and life are uncertain, although he is believed to have lived c. 544-496 BCE. Through The Art of War, Sun Tzu s theories and strategies have influenced military leaders and campaigns throughout time, including the samurai of ancient and early-modern Japan, and more recently Ho Chi Minh of the Viet Cong and American generals Norman Swarzkopf, Jr. and Colin Powell during the Persian Gulf War in the 1990s.
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it was quick a read and it was fun... it was informative without being to long or lecturing. of course it didn't get every word Sun Tzu wrote down in it, but it got the most general ideas across pretty well. if your studying the art of war for school and you think this comic might be sort of cliff notes version. you might wanna find a real translation (which isn't that long anyways). but if your a teacher looking for a neat way to introduce the subject to someone else, or someone looking for a entertaining way to understand it, then i definitely recommend it.
Using a visual medium like comics to support the text is a great idea well-executed by SmarterComics!