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Ke the introduction I needed to a vast amount of impending literature beginning with Che s autobiography and Karl Marx The Communist Manifesto The illustration is fantastic and Spain HAS REMARKABLY COVERED A LARGE CHUNK remarkably covered a large chunk history in 100 pages As I have a long way to go in the awareness of world politics and history I felt lost for a few pages which is why I would love to bridge it with reads It is of course unfair to compare this to Sacco But since Sacco s blurb "is on the back it seems somewhat acceptable to hold it to "on the back it seems somewhat acceptable to hold it to standardsIn that light Che A Graphic Biography oes a fine job of working through Che s life in an interesting and suitable way But honestly that s all it oes The images fail to ramatically augment the narrative and vice versa Sure biography is not poetry but the benefit of most biography is that the Spring Comes to Sanctuary (Welcome to Sanctuary, details mount to create a vision of the person Here in a mere 100 graphical pages you simplyon t get around to that and it ends up reading like study review material for a Latin American history class A nice Che centric biography covering his journey from bourgeois medical student to radicalleft armed revolutionist Most of his history is well known of course but the book also included coverage of his frustrating and mostly failed efforts to organize Congolese fighters in the aftermath of the assassination of Patrice Lumumba an episode that I wasn t familiar withGuevara had the idea that Latin America was ripe for a continent wide revolution against imperialism and the local elites and that the Cuban model of guerrilla warfare was the way to ignite that revolution Cuba s own experience the all out economic and military opposition irected by the US should have. Story portraying his struggle through the medium of the underground political comic one of the most prominent countercultural art forms since the 1960s Spain Rodriguez's powerful artwork illuminates Che's life and the experiences that shaped hi. Been a warning that success was unlikely Interestingly one of The Reasons For Failure In Bolivia Was That Some Form reasons for failure in Bolivia was that some form land reform had already been instituted thus ensuring that the peasantry was not as motivated to assist the revolution That plus the nonstop US Bolivian propaganda against the rebels turned the local population against Che and his forces and led ultimately to his capture and murderBut he remains an iconic figure literally in large part ue to his genuine and sincere Riding Class (Saddle Club, devotion to bettering the lives of the poor and oppressed and also his courage andedication to the cause RodriguezSpainChe A Graphic Biography Verso London Copyright 2008This Entertaining biography Verso London Copyright 2008This entertaining addictive book gives us a first hand look on the Che Guevara revolutionary life It goes through his childhood What he Silver Stirrups (Saddle Club, did as a child To when he was an adult How got involve This is one of the best birthday book present I have ever gotten since I was kid I have certain Che mania and I read his writtings and books about him This comics is nice addiction to my collection The comics covers all life of the famousoctor For someone like me who knew little about Che Guevara beyond his poster image this was a brief but informative account of his life I enjoy graphic biographies and I think this served the purpose with the artwork suiting the book s format This isn t for people who already know about Guevara or want to learn but it s a good starting place Wonderful GN that looks at the life of Che Spain Rodriguez is one of the unsung heroes of underground comix movement Trashman Excellent starting point if you want to look at the life of this revolutionaries revolutionary and how he influenced a wide political spectrum. M from his motorcycle journey through Latin America his rise to prominence as a leader in Fidel Castro's revolutionary movement his travels in Africa his involvement in the insurgency that led to his eath in Bolivia and his extraordinary legac. ,
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I m no history buff so I can t say much "about the accuracy of Rodriguez s retelling of Che Guevara s life story but the book itself is easy to read "the accuracy of Rodriguez s retelling of Che Guevara s life story but the book itself is easy to read illustrations black and
white line rawings are well crafted and appropriate for a comic for grown up readers and readingline rawings are well crafted and appropriate for a comic for grown up readers and reading I certainly got the impression the author knew his stuff At times it gets a reading this I certainly got the impression the author knew his stuff At times it gets a confusing when there s a jump backwards in time in a new locale which t I enjoyed comic books when I was a kid My favorites were Superman and Blackhawk When I stumbled across Che A Graphic Biography by Spain Rodriguez I jumped at it Ernesto Guevara has become a universally recognized icon adorning t shirts around the world even though many of the t shirt wearers have no idea who he was Reading the graphic biography reminded me of the Classics Illustrated comic book series from the fifties and sixties Thoroughly researched Rodriguez s book presents the early life of Che from his childhood in Argentina his early interest in politics his second Goldilocks the Three Bears division soccer career and his medical studies His motorcycle journeys through Latin America with his pal Alberto Granado were the life changing experiences that shaped hisestiny He was eeply affected by the poverty sickness and injustice that he found at every turn After joining Fidel Castro s July 26 Movement his organizational talents intelligence courage and passion established him as a truly significant revolutionary leader Rodriguez s illustrations add power and pathos one of the most controversial figures of the Twentieth Century I only wish the book had been one in color A bit confusing at times but overall satisfactory for an introduction Reading Spain Rodriguez Che feels li. Since his eath in 1967 Ernesto Che Guevara has become a universally known revolutionary icon and political figure whose image is among the most recognizable in the world This ramatic and extensively researched book breathes new life into his.