I found this story centered around a ﬁght to ban a series of fantasy books about witches to be rather black-and-white — and not just because it’s a graphic novel that is drawn that way. The characters are all clearly set into one camp or another, and there is no one in between. There is little sympathy to be found for those on the pro-ban camp, and the extent of their outrage is diﬃcult to understand, especially as none of them admit to reading an entire book. But it’s not hard to be enamored of the various “good” characters, from the bookworm hero Neil to his kind, single mom to the deﬁant librarian, though they get a more nuanced portrayal. The Apatha Ravenchilde story is roughly summarized through excerpts inserted into the story (and features all the graytones in the book) to give a sense of what the ﬁght is all about.