One Sunny September Tuesday in New York

Karen L. Green
It's hardly news that comics and graphic novels can take on a subject of enormous seriousness and import and, through the medium's highly evocative blend of narrative and art, elicit a profound emotional, not to say visceral, response in the reader (see also, the "comics aren't just for kids anymore" syndrome). And so it is with the story of September 11th, 2001.
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