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It's easy to see why: The art, clever story lines, and thoughtful messages about tolerance and acceptance mark it as a winner.
There's some sexual innuendo, potty humor, fighting, and a fairly graphic scene in which a monk is impaled on a spear and put on a spit over a fire, though he's rescued.
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There also are a range of other topics that the book raises, from the value of graphic novels to the importance of acceptance.