Frankel, Josh – Seafood
Here’s a gorgeous silent comic about underwater creatures and something like an average day in the life of a tuna fish. Informative stuff, but not in a dull way. In the back of the book there’s a long rant about the delicate ecosystem of the ocean and how our hunting of certain types of fish have long ranging implications that we never even think about. I have one question about the whole thing. One of the things that Josh says that we can do to help the whole problem is to “vote right”. I follow politics pretty closely, all things considered, and I can’t say that I’ve ever heard any of them talk about the plight of the tuna fish, so I just don’t get that comment. Still, a intricate, fascinating comic that’ll do quite a bit to make you think about things that (at least for me) you probably haven’t thought much about. Here’s a website, this one is $4.
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