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A story about the "Spirit" of knowledge and how it is dangerous.







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What I love about Paul Pope is how clever he is.  One of Paul Pope's long forgotten from todays reader books is The Corruptor.  The Corruptor is a self-publishing masterpiece in which Pope takes the concept of self-publishing and makes a comic about it in "spirit" both in story context and actual distribution.   Ironically the story itself is wordless.  This is symbolic to show how universal the power of Self-Publishing is.  This story takes place in Russia where "Samizdat" is forbidden.  Paul ...

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