World War Hack

Inspired by true events, World War Hack tells the story of how the U.S. Government gathers top computer hackers from around the country, under the guise of a competition, to unknowingly help solve a pressing national security crisis. Little does the government know that eighteen-year-old hacker, Wyatt Dyer, is both the cause and solution to their crisis.

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By Carl (Alexandria, VA) · ★★★★★ · July 04, 2012
I thoroughly enjoyed it. It wasn't too heavy on the jargon so it has a greater appeal to the less than über nerds. I liked the art style and typography which is important for any graphic novel.

I'm a sucker for a good cyber story. ...more
By Ali (Dhahran, 10, Saudi Arabia) · ★★★☆☆ · July 18, 2012
I read it just because I have it? I guess so. But, it was definitely worth the time spent! Good story and well-illustrated.

I'm surely interested in the field of Internet Security so it got my attention.

By Adam (The United States) · ★★★☆☆ · October 09, 2012
I liked the overall story and art style, but some of the tech points were cringe-worthy. I don't know if I'm being hypersensitive, but it seemed certain frames were set up just for the "I know these words!" credit. ...more