Wading through Army of God‘s reported account of things […] is exceedingly difficult. In its complete, collected form David Axe and Tim Hamilton’s story makes for a slim book. But as the subject manner is ceaselessly dreadful, its page count is deceptive—Axe’s telling, in the introductory essay as well as in the comics portion, is uncompromising, and Army of God calls for a commitment on behalf of the reader.
Read the full review here.
The Guardian writes about the grapic novel; read their review here.
The World also covers Army of God: 'The novel demonstrates why the show-and-tell nature of comics journalism works as a medium to talk about Joseph Kony and violence he has wrought.' They have interviewed David Axe, which you can listen to below: