Introducing Slavoj Zizek: A Graphic Guide - Christopher Kul-Want & Piero

Part of a series of books on deep topics that the publisher tries to make easy by calling it "introduction" and adding graphics. Often these titles are less informative or interesting than a regular text, but this one isn't too bad with clear topic headings and not too much text. Zizek is not always the easiest philosopher to grasp (like all those other "easy" ones) and mainly draws from Lacan (who is next to impossible to understand), so it is nice to have some basics to help one understand. Didn't care for the art; I'm not sure what the style was trying to add.