Alejandro Lopez Lopez itibaren Saadat Abad, Fars, İran
YES YES YES
3.5 stars The angelic images of the author as a young man, learning to walk in spite of being told it was impossible and defending himself against schoolyard bullies, will stick in my mind for a long while. It is quite sickening to realize that, for many people, attacking those who apparently cannot defend themselves is a way of life; it is equally heartening to see that Davison is one "spacka" or "cripple" who has learned to fight back (and who, apparently, seeks to teach others to do the same through his Martial Hearts program). Powerful illustrations, in a variety of mediums and styles, convey the deepest feelings of the author, the pains and the joys, that he has faced coming to terms with the "spiral cage" of his life with spina bifida. I also appreciate the role that faith--specifically, Nichiren Buddhism--has played in Davison's life, in helping him (and hopefully others) to overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles. An awesome comic book by an awesome character.