World War Two: Against the Rising Sun

Author(s): Jason Quinn

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World War Two: Against The Rising Sun focuses on the war in the East. The story is told through the eyes of servicemen and civilians on both sides of the conflict, giving a full and thorough picture of the war and why it happened. With sophisticated and immersive artwork, the comic is appealing to children as well as being educational and accurate . It shows them that history is more than just a load of old dusty dates but a living entity that has repercussions on the way we live now. The real -life characters give history a face and a name, and pull children right into the past.

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Jason Quinn is the award winning author of Campfire's "Steve Jobs: Genius by Design "and "Gandhi: My Life is My Message." He learned to read with Marvel Comics and was devastated when his teacher told him Spider-Man did not exist. He has worked in publishing for the last twenty years as an editor and writer, working on everything from Spider-Man to Barbie. He worked as Campfire's Creative Content Head from 2012 to 2014. His other Campfire titles include "Little Alien, Genesis: From Creation to the Flood, The Beautiful Game" and many others.A resident of New Delhi, India, Naresh Kumar describes himself as a seeker who is continuously trying to learn as much as he can, and his art is an expression of his curiosity towards the world. A firm believer in humanity, Naresh brings an experienced hand to the drawing board, and his photo-realistic style captures the subtle emotions of his characters. His work features in a number of titles from Campfire, which include "Julius Caesar, Martin Luther King," and" Sinbad: The Legacy.""

General Fields

  • : 9789381182055
  • : Campfire
  • : Campfire
  • : September 2015
  • : 260mm X 165mm X 13mm
  • : India
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Jason Quinn
  • : Jason Quinn
  • : illustrations
  • : illustrations
  • : Paperback
  • : Paperback
  • : 168
  • : 168
  • : From 10
  • : From 10
  • : 741.5
  • : 741.5