On sale date: January 8, 2019
A candid look at the plight of immigrants along the southern US border.
In the summer of 2017, cartoonist Andrea Ferraris and director Renato Chiocca traveled to southern Arizona to witness the tense situation along the US-Mexico border firsthand. Drawing from frank interviews with volunteers at local humanitarian organizations and treks through the Sonoran Desert to save migrants in distress, Ferraris and Chiocca present a compassionate account of how the border wall has changed the lives of those on both sides.
“A deeply affecting account of a harrowing real-world humanitarian crisis.” — Doom Rocket
“This really is a book you feel every bit as much as you read. There are pages in here that will well and truly suck you right into them and leave you staring in awe for a good long while.” — Four Color Apocalypse
- Paperback / Softback
- Black and white
- 6.6" × 8.5"