DC Comics, 1998 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 110 pages
With dynamic painted art by Alex Ross, 'Uncle Sam' is the story of a star-spangled vagrant guided by the voices in his head and his own fractured memories. Absorbed by history-travelling visions of America's dark past, Uncle Sam struggles to piece together the scattered clues of his own experiences in this deep and thoughtful look at America's checkered past.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - BruceCoulson - LibraryThing
A disturbingly honest history of the United States', faults, follies, and all, as told by and through Eisner's World War II superhero Uncle Sam. The best writing comes near the end: "I tried my best ... Read full review
UNCLE SAMUser Review - Kirkus
This truly subversive graphic novel—more explicitly radical than anything else from DC Comics in recent memory—almost makes up for the years of muscular patriotism and jingoistic violence that have ... Read full review