Nate Powell Talks Real Life Violence in "March," "I Have a Dream" Speech & More
I've long been a fan of Nate Powell's work and I think it's no secret that I love the graphic novel March, which Powell has been making with Andrew Aydin and Congressman John Lewis. The second volume of the Congressman's memoir has just come out and I spoke with Powell about the book, thinking about violence and its depictions in comics, and related issues.
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