From bestselling author and self proclaimed hip hop nerd ed piskor hip hop family tree is the entertaining encyclopedic history of the formative years of the music genre that changed global culture originally serialized on the hugely popular website boing boing each volume is cleverly presented and packaged in a style mimicking the marvel comics of the same era. The rise of hip hop in new york city during the late 1970s and early 1980s makes for a fascinating topic and ed piskors meticulously researched hip hop family tree volume 1 approaches it with a lot of fanboy enthusiasm while this approach can be very enjoyable it is arguably also the books weakest link as the dutiful mention of everyone and their mother comes at the expense of in depth . Book review hip hop family tree book 1 1970s 1981 by ed piskor october 30 2020 michael barron book reviews 0 this new york times best selling series completed in 2013 won the hearts and minds of american graphic novel critics when npr listed hip hop family tree in their 100 favourite graphic novels of all genres they reflected . Hip hop family tree is a series of educational and historical comic books written and illustrated by ed piskor that documents the early history of hip hop culture originating online with boing boing the series was published in print form by fantagraphics booksthe first collection was a 2014 new york times graphic books best seller 7 and was listed in the washington post top 10 graphic
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