Five students walk into their school, take four teachers as hostages, and begin a process of reeducation that reaches far beyond the usual curriculum. Guns, cameras, and LSD are just some of the tools involved - but not everything is as black and white as it seems, and the hostage situation swiftly turns into a fight for the future of reality itself.
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Ales Kot (born 27 September 1986) is a writer of comics, films and prose. His debut, 'Wild Children', arrived to rave reviews, and hit the Top 10 best-selling Graphic Novels and Trade Paperbacks chart in the United States for July 2012.
Kot has been described as "one of the most mental writers of the last hundred years", "a national disgrace", "a master of propaganda" and "the star child".
"An immersive and dangerous drama that asks its audience not only to question the motives and actions of its characters, but also of themselves. Kot and Rossmo aim to hold a reader's attention, opting for brilliant storytelling instead of firearms like their rebellious youth." -- USA Today
"Unsettling and provocative...one of the most impressive comic-book debuts in recent memory." -- The Onion AV Club
"Wild Children reveals the black hole at the center of consensus reality. An artful act of intellectual terrorism that leaves you hopeful instead of dead." -- Douglas Rushkoff (author of Life, Inc., Program or be Programmed, A.D.D. - Adolescent Demo Division)
"Absolutely transcendental." -- iFanboy.com
It's a story about anarchists taking over their school with guns and ideas. It's a mind-expanding, psychedelic philosophical primer, complete with suggested reading. It's a challenge to our preconceived notions about what a comic is and what it can do. Above all, though, it's a love letter to the comics medium."-- Multiversity Comics
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