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10 November 2018

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The cover of Madaya Mom. You see a known name? Dozens have since the siege began.

But wanting to add a visual element to her story, they decided to create a comic book. Now, she has a website, , and she posts weekly strips about her experiences as a first-time mother. But wanting to add a visual element to her story, they decided to create a comic book.

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The cover of Madaya Mom. The network used their sources in the country to find to chronicle the harsh conditions in a. But wanting to add a visual element to her story, they decided to create a comic book. Illustrated by Dalibor Talajić, the comic tells the true story of the anonymous mother of five through illustrated panels and direct quotations from her as son and her family struggle to survive in the city. In January, images of in the city sparked international outrage. Dozens have since the siege began. The aid that reached Madaya in September was the first to reach the city in months, according to the. Momtaz, a native Arabic speaker, communicated with her via text message and translated the messages between them, she told the Guardian. It became the caption on the first page of the comic. We are a way of storytelling. Marvel comic books span every genre known to man and why not journalism? Superhero is in the heart. In his drawings, Talajić said he intentionally tried to keep the perspective distant from the subjects to mirror the distance comics have from the situation in. Momtaz said she spoke with a relative of Madaya Mom who does not live in the city Mom was able to read the comic.
Until then, she picked out 17 of her favorite strips for us to enjoy right now. Momtaz, a native Arabic speaker, communicated with her via text message and translated the messages between them, she told the Guardian. In his drawings, Talajić said he intentionally tried to keep the perspective distant from the subjects to mirror the distance readers have from the situation in. Great travel to Mars is shown on the pages of new online coloring book! Illustrated by Dalibor Talajić, the comic tells the true story of the anonymous mother of five through illustrated panels and direct quotations from her as she and her family struggle to survive in the city. Momtaz said she spoke with a relative of Madaya Mom who does not live in the city and was able to read the comic.

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