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by Robert Greene,50 Cent




It's a hustler's ambition. Close your eyes. Listen. See my vision... It's THE 50TH LAW. Focus your hustler's eye on this comic book adaptation of my secret to success. Find out how I went from the hard life in Queens to the top of the music charts -- and the business world. Curtis "50 Cent" James Jackson III
Download The 50th Law from SmarterComics epub
ISBN: 1610820061
ISBN13: 978-1610820066
Category: Comics
Subcategory: Graphic Novels
Author: Robert Greene,50 Cent
Language: English
Publisher: Smarter Comics (October 10, 2012)
Pages: 80 pages
ePUB size: 1130 kb
FB2 size: 1534 kb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 207
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Jeronashe
It is extremely fascinating to me that a Rapper such as 50 Cent could be a template for business success but he truly is.
The fact that street creed can translate so well into boardroom philosophy is engaging.
Robert Greene takes a neutral look at the rappers life without condemning or glorifying .but showing the reality
I love that Smarter comics has taken some of the greatest, practical works of all times and made it more accessible. I have not only read it but passed them onto my 12 year old daughter who has enjoyed them as well. Much abridged version of the books but does get the reader interested in investigating more.
Katius
Fifty killed it with this. Perhaps the first comic book I have ever read. Maybe the last one. But it's not really a comic book its an introduction to greatness. Greatness, that sounds funny. An introduction to achievement sounds more like it.

If you have a bias against Fifty, don't read it. But I don't think any person who has made something of their lives could disagree with most of what he says.
Morlurne
Even while not thinking of a rapper as much of a role model, it is hard not to be impressed when someone raises themselves up in life and business the way that 50 Cent has. I was interested in the story of how he was able to overcome all he had done, and the comic book format made for a quick and interesting read. I recommend this to those who are interested in 50 Cent both as a person, and for the life lessons he can deliver from his interesting life.
Low_Skill_But_Happy_Deagle
This book is a fun quick read that breaks down robert greene's 48 laws of power and equates them in a realistic way to the life of 50 cent. I definitely recommend this as an introduction to the ideas that robert greene presents on what it takes to be successful and achieve mastery of ones self and over one's own environment. High recommendation.
digytal soul
After reading the first few pages for free from the sample, I purchased this comic. What I noticed is that the content is very brief in terms of explanation of the laws, 50's background, and more historic examples (Jack Johnson, the boxer, napoleon, etc). I assumed that I Was going to get a nice little summary of the 50th law, almost like a summary found on a review sheet for an exam. What I got was very entertaining, but not very in depth. It was a quick skim that covers the chapters in the 50th law. When I first read it, I actually thought that SmarterComics had missed a few chapters from the 50th law by Robert Greene, but it turns out that the chapter progression is very subtle and you fly through the laws without really reflecting and internalizing the ideas. But what can you really expect from a comic book?

Pros:
Entertaining
Visually appealing
Quick read

Cons:
You won't really learn much versus the actual novel

I would conclude by saying get your hands on the 50th law by robert greene and perhaps buying this if you like the sample.
Goldendragon
this book is horrible in graphics and I give it 2 stars for the decent content and great messages about depending on yourself.
I would recommend this book for someone that typically does not read smarter comics books, is a teenager or thug :)
I am a fifty cent fan and smarter comic fan but this put was very poorly put together by the creative director.
Vutaur
Interesting and candidly told story. Sad to hear the 50 cent is in money troubles
Didn't realize this was a comic book but it was still fun to read.