Breaking the Ten, Vol. 1

Breaking the Ten, Vol. 1

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Overview


When David loses his wife and child in a tragic car accident he decides, in anger at the cruelty of the event, to turn against God. He sets out to systematically break each of the Ten Commandments in order to both spite God and to get his attention! But will he go all the way, and break the commandment 'Thou shalt not kill'? Two mysterious figures, Mr. White and Mr. Black, try to win David over to their side: the religious or the humanistic. Deeply sad in parts and comical in others, this modern story explores age old questions: Is there a God? And if there is, does that God care about us?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781681120218
Publisher: N B M Publishing Company
Publication date: 07/01/2016
Series: Breaking the Ten Series , #1
Pages: 112
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author


Michiru Morikawa is a Japanese illustrator and manga artist. She won the prestigious International Manga and Anime Award in Britain, and received a prize for Best New Manga Artist from Kodansha. As a graphic artist, Morikawa has illustrated concert and theater posters in Japan and public service posters in Birmingham, UK. With Sean Michael Wilson she has created several graphic novels so far - Yakuza Moon, Demon's Sermon, Musashi and The Faceless Ghost. Sean Michael Wilson is a comic book writer from Scotland, now living in Japan. He has had many books published, such as a graphic novel version of A Christmas Carol, AX:alternative manga, and an acclaimed manga version of the Japanese classic The Book of Five Rings.

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"Part character-driven story, part moral treatise, Breaking the 10 is compelling, thought-provoking, and highly recommended." - Midwest Book Review "...a superbly engaging and wickedly barbed tale of lost love, disillusionment and grief-filled reaction that is both hilariously acerbic and potently thought-provoking...Fresh, challenging and superbly enthralling, this is a book no saint or sinner should miss." - Comics Review