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When cartoonist Ed Piskor decided to unspool the labyrinth history of one of America s greatest artistic accomplishments, he spared no effort to immerse his readers in the era of jump suits and scarred vinyl. Everything in Hip Hop Family Tree screams nostalgia: the Ben-Day dots, the sepia discoloration even the print feels course and pulpy, like a priceless cultural artifact unearthed in a garage sale or your dad s basement. Flipping through the oversized pages, you can almost hear the slap bass, horn swells, and ricocheting rhymes of hip-hop s inaugural years. --Sean Edgar"
Hip Hop Family Tree [is] an exhaustive, lovingly-rendered portrayal of the movement's explosive early moments. --Nathan Reese"
These are dookie-gold-chain d-o-p-e. --Darcy MacDonald"
Retelling the history of hip hop in the style of '80s Marvel comics, wasn't necessarily a good idea it was the best idea. ...HHFT [is] an incredible achievement, as well as one of comics' greatest nonfiction works. --Rob Bricken"
...[Hip Hop Family Tree] gets better and better as its core cast of characters gets fully established and we get a bit more in-depth with them. ... Piskor s style and design choices push the quality of this history of hip-hop over the top. --Rob Clough"
Whether you were there when it was happening or not, [Hip Hop Family Tree] will unfold a rich universe of music history and all the knock-on effects of it too. With the warmth and immediacy only a true fan could impart, Piskor tells the ongoing history of Hip Hop in these lovingly crafted volumes. --Sonia Harris"
Marvel at hip-hop greatness. --Andres Tardio"
Ed Piskor''s stylish, funny, assiduously researched history of hip-hop is hugely engaging and enlightening. --Glen Weldon"
Richly detailed and thoroughly researched. --Abel Charrow"
The amount of research he s done sets a rather terrifying new standard for anyone else inclined to study the birth of hip-hop . No less brilliant than Piskor s journalism is his graphical skill.--Etelka Lehoczky"
Ed Piskorâ€™s acclaimed graphic novel series continues! Book 3 highlights Run DMCâ€™s rise to fame and introduces unassailable acts like Whodini, The Fat Boys, Slick Rick, and Doug E Fresh. The Beastie Boys become a rap group. Rick Rubin meets Russell Simmons to form Def Jam. The famous TV pilot to the dance show Graffiti Rock and the documentaries Style Wars and Breakinâ€™ and Enterinâ€™ are all highlighted in this comprehensive volume spanning 1983-1984. Ed Piskor continues to deliver the goods in this comprehensive history of hip hop.
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