to know this photographer (the late Didier Lefèvre) in his own words,
taking you on foot into Afghanistan with a team of Doctors Without
Borders. And you see these humanitarian heroes, true heroes in our
times, and the victims of war they work to heal—and then suddenly you
see a contact strip with their actual faces. And the interaction of
comic panels and photos builds and builds with such emotional power . .
. I think this book will do something. It could very well inspire a new
generation of humanitarian heroes."
Check out Mark's Newsarama interview! Lots of good stuff about the year that was and what we've got in the pipeline.