Ed Piskor Is Making Hip-Hop History, One Panel at a Time
The history rap chronicled from the parking lots of the South Bronx to glitzy Manhattan nightclubs. Hop Hop Family Tree may be a comic book, but it's also an exhaustive, lovingly-rendered portrayal of the movement's explosive early moments. "It’s about community building and world building," says Piksor. "The whole idea that all of these forefathers came from the same place, so they all had a certain relationship to each other."