Fight the Power!
A Visual History of Protest Among the English Speaking Peoples
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About the author
SEAN MICHAEL WILSON has written fourteen books of comics and manga, including a version of Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol (with artist Mike Collins); Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights; Oscar Wilde's A Canterville Ghost; The Japanese Drawing Room (with RING horror manga artist Sakura Mizuki); and the documentary book Iraq: Operation Corporate Takeover (with artist Lee O'Connor). His version of Sweeney Todd (with artist Declan Shalvey) is forthcoming. He is presently editing the second volume of the critically acclaimed AX: Alternative Manga; the first volume was selected as one of the top ten comic books of 2010 by Publishers Weekly. Wilson has received several grants from both the English arts council and the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation in support of his Japan-related publications.
In the press
"Throughout human history, social change has never been doled out by those very few that hold power, but taken by the collective with a common need for justice (like not to starve or be worked to death for pennies). Fight the Power harnesses a chunk of this history and graphically illuminates it with humor and eloquence. It reminds us of the struggles that, against the odds, brought us a better world and empowers us to carry those actions into the future."—Peter Kuper, Co-founder, World War 3 Illustrated and artist/ writer for Mad magazine's Spy vs Spy
"An accessible and engaging introduction to protestors in history. If you care about social change, read it!"—Mary Talbot, author of Dotter of Her Father's Eyes (Costa Biography Award winner)
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