I found myself looking through Art Spiegelman's In the Shadow of No Towers the yesterday. It is a very nice tribute to the event without reducing the event to a maudlin commemoration as we have seen over the years. Spiegelman combines pathos and humor in the best tradition. Often it seems you can convey a greater sense of an event such as this through graphics than you can through words. I'm sure he would be raked over the coals by "The Five" today.