They Called Us Enemy is George Takei's firsthand account of what happened in Japanese internment camps during World War II. He and his family were taken there when he was four-year-old boy and held by armed guard until they were released years later. It recounts his mother's hard choices, the test of his father's faith in democracy, and how those experiences affected Takei's future.
The Expanded Edition comes as a deluxe hardcover and features 16 pages of additional bonus material.
IDW has released an online teacher's guide developed by the Education Department at the Japanese American National Museum for use in classrooms. It comes with seven lessons and suggestions for additional resources to enhance the lesson experience. Top Shelf will also release a Spanish-language edition as one of the first titles in the launch of IDW's new Spanish-language line.
They Called Us Enemy: Expanded Edition was written by George Takei, Justin Eisinger, and Steven Scott with illustration by Harmony Becker. It will retail for $29.99.