Ehud Lavski humanizes Atari's 'Invader'

It's impossible to find just a couple of panels from Ehud Lavski's "The Invader" that fully communicate the emotion and power of the wordless comic. I picked the moment when the protagonist joins the Space Invader army, but that leaves out all of the childhood memories and teen-aged drama that drives him to that decision. And all the hard times and heartache that follow it. It's a lovely, haunting comic and worth not only the initial sixty seconds it'll take to read it, but all the time you'll spend re-reading it as well.

(via Comics Alliance)

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