Reading the Constitution of the United States of America is, according to Thomas Jefferson, one of its primary authors, the "right and obligation of every American to read and interpret for themselves." (well, he actually wrote "himself"), and as such it has always been a bit of a chore for most people – but no more! Now courtesy of the dynamic, comics-centric mind and pen of Bob "R." Sikoryak, the contstitution has been transformed into a comics parable. The entirety of the original text – plus all amendments! – has, in the pages of Constitution Illustrated, been grafted onto page after classic page of over 100 years of comics that have been adapted for this purpose. From George Herriman to Gene Luen Yang, the work of dozens of the greatest (American, natch') comics makers and cartoonists have been drafted to by Sikoryak to serve this noble cause.
Check out this spiffy sample, courtesy of D & Q to see what we're talking about.