Sid Jacobson
Best-Selling Author, Lyricist and Comic Creator

Sid Jacobson wrote the best-selling graphic presentation of The 9/11 Commission Report with artist Ernie Colon and is responsible for the creation of the non-fiction field of graphic novels. They are presently represented by the graphic history of the war on terror in After 9/11. This coming year two books of theirs will be published: Che, A Graphic Biography and the graphic novel Vlad. He has written and had published three novels and has written more than a dozen hit songs.

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Anne Frank
The Anne Frank House Authorized Graphic Biography
Hill and Wang

Drawing on the unique historical sites, archives, expertise, and unquestioned authority of the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, New York Times bestselling...

A Graphic Biography
Hill and Wang

A symbol of counterculture worldwide, Ernesto “Che” Guevara is one of the most, if not the most, recognizable and influential revolutionary figures of the...

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After 9/11
America's War on Terror (2001- )
Hill and Wang

Having made The 9/11 Commission Report understandable for everyone, the award-winning, bestselling graphic novel team of Sid Jacobson and Ernie Colón use all...

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The 9/11 ReportA Graphic Adaptation
Hill and Wang

The 9/11 Report for Every American On December 5, 2005, the 9/11 Commission issued its final report card on the government’s fulfillment of the...

How Comics Can Alter Non-Fiction Books: Sid, a comic book veteran, looks at the art of comics and how the genre of graphic books is changing

Praise for Che “Sid Jacobson and Ernie Colón make a formidable team, as nimble, persistent, and resourceful as Che and Fidel trekking through the Sierra Maestra. Their graphic biography Che, like their previous collaborations, is history contextualized with the range, precision, and vividness demanded by its momentous subject.”
—Mark Singer, author of Character Studies

“A lively, well-drawn rendering of Guevara’s eventful life—not out of place in a fashionista’s handbag, but worthy of a more serious audience as well.”
Kirkus Reviews

“Colón’s propulsive, full-color cartoons depict everything from the UN to Chilean copper mines to Prague. One full chapter of the book takes readers through every country in Latin America and each country’s history to the mid-1950s—a crash course from writer Jacobson in colonial rule, independence movements, and CIA involvement in things like the overthrow of Guatamala’s democratically elected Jacob Arbenz.”
—Suzi Steffen, Eugene Weekly