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There was a question where the topic of illustrated math texts arose. I mentioned Galois' Dream, perhaps in a comment, I forget exactly.

Anyway, as I was shopping for affordable linear algebra texts I stumbled upon this gem:

The Manga Guide to Linear Algebra

This was published in 2012, and, is apparently one of an ongoing series of such texts. Now, as they currently stand it's not a stand-alone textbook, but it might be a fun supplemental for some courses. In any event, I'm mostly asking if anyone remembers the question where Galois' Dream came up and/or has a suggestion where I should add this on the main site.

Thanks!

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I think you're looking for this question: Teaching advanced math using books with cartoons

In John Mangual's answer here: https://matheducators.stackexchange.com/a/4029/77, he mentions the book Galois' Dream. You commented on the answer: "I am so intrigued I just purchased a copy."

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