There are quite a few manifestos – some are famous, some forgotten. Copenhagen based Architects BIG found a very interesting way to publish theirs: as a comic book. Easy to read, yet radical – what else would you expect from a decent manifest. The book conveys the individual agenda of modern architecture and documents "the revolutionary way of working BIG is famous for": to question and redefine methods, ways of working, tools and concepts again and again". Avantgarde vs. boring yet highly professionalized "boxes", radical thoughts vs. the needs of a real world. According to BIG there's no contradiction here. They are going for a compromise – a mix of both – and "Yes is More: An Archicomic on Architectural Evolution" shows how this might look like. And what's more suitable for sharing their internationally rewarded ideas, not just with an elite but with the whole of society? Right: a comic book!