I'm perhaps being too harsh on this book, as it's really only implied that it's a comedic approach to philosophy, and it's a bit unfair to judge it on what it's not. But on the other hand, to judge it on what it is leaves me in an odd position, because it appears to be a visual study guide. It works as such, but in that case, shouldn't it be in a bookshop rather than a comic shop? Read Full Review
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