I bought this book because I liked the idea behind it, introduce the thinkers in a comic book fashion. Also, I thought the "Introducing Postmodernism" was good. But this one on Foucault is a great dissapointment. The captions that narrate Foucault's development are mostly confusing: the explanation of the ideas just aren't clear enough, and the biographical anecdotes are mostly irrelevant. This doesn't give one a good understanding of what Foucault was trying to do, what his books tried to say, how his life influenced his work and v.v., and why, in the end, his "work has become a straight jacket," as the author asserts.