As a visual medium, accessible to wide audiences, graphic non-fiction can be linked to journalistic objectivity at its best. It can also draw on politically subversive traditions to raise awareness about human rights abuses. In Guantanamo Kid, a graphic novel written in collaboration with Mohammed El-Gharani, Jérôme Tubiana and Alexandre Franc tell the heart-wrenching story of one of the Bay’s youngest detainees.
Jérôme Tubiana and Alexandre Franc on Graphic Novels and Human Rights:
Video review by critic Jeremy Harding:
Related / Latest Publication:
|Guantanamo Kid. The True Story of Mohammed El-Gharani, translated by Edward Gauvin (SelfMadeHero)|