"He’s not just doin’ a comic book, he’s doin' a piece of history."— Darryl “DMC” McDaniels
"These comics are almost too good to be true. If you’re a lover of hip hop and/or graphic novels, these are a must!" — Burlesque Design
"This is the comic of all time." — Biz Markie
"It's a great story and Piskor tells it immaculately well." — Bill Adler (co-author, Def Jam: The First 25 Years of the Last Great Record Label)
"The story by Ed Piskor is meticulously researched and truthfully portrayed. The art by Piskor is beautiful and vibrant. Altogether, an excellent chronicle of the era that not only captured its history but its spirit." — Graphic Policy
To celebrate the resounding critical and commercial success of the first two volumes of Ed Piskor's unprecedented history of Hip Hop, we are offering the two books in a mind-blowingly colorful slipcase, drawn and designed by the artist, featuring exclusive all-new cover art on each volume. As if that's not enough, in addition to the two books and the slipcase itself, Piskor has drawn a 24-page comic book — Hip Hop Family Tree #300 — specifically for this boxed set that elegantly reflects the confluence of hip hop and comics, which was never more apparent in the early 1990s than with the famous Spike Lee-directed Levi Jeans commercial starring Rob Liefeld, who went on to create Youngblood and co-found Image Comics, not to mention ending up on the radar of gangster rapper Eazy E. Piskor tells this story as a perfect parody/pastiche/homage to ’90s Image comics.