The story of Apple is one a lot of us are familiar with. Whether it's because we've been a fan of Apple since the '90s, read Walter Isaacson's biography of Steve Jobs, or watched Ashton Kutcher and Josh Gad play the founders in Jobs, there are many ways to learn the story of one of the biggest computer companies in the world. Now, there's an even better way to soak it all in: manga comics.

Harvard Business School started publishing manga comics depicting the rise of Apple — No, these aren't exactly replacing scholarly texts that explore Apple's founding, but are instead another way for students to learn: some students may rely on visuals a bit more, like those who speak English as their second language. These Apple comics are based on a case study by a Harvard professor called "Apple's Core," and came about when another professor took the case and had an artist visualize it manga-style while he was teaching in Manila. Students swept up the issues once they debuted in classes — but they're still considered just a supplement to the actual case study.

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[via WSJ]