I am pleasantly surprised to learn about Logicomix, a graphic novel based on the life of Bertrand Russell and his search for logical certainty in mathematics, also featuring many other great philosophers of his time. Here is a well-written review of the comic book at The New York Times. Below is an excerpt from the book, taken from the same link, showing a discussion between Russell and Wittgenstein:


Butters said…
I'm doing an assignment that reminds of this.

Academia is stupid. This comic reminds me of how stupid academia is.
Salman Latif said…
At least it's interesting :D