Post-truth is defined as ‘circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appealing to emotion and personal belief’. It has, however, always existed in our society and remains an issue to this day. Although it is almost impossible to completely resolve this century-old problem, we can start by spreading the awareness of cognitive bias and encourage adopting multiple perspectives when presented with a claim.
P.O.V. is a series of graphic novels that bring forth the narrative of how the lives of a politician, a reporter, and a citizen are affected when they face a life-changing crisis. Presented from the perspectives of its three protagonists, readers can influence the outcome of each character, and piece the overall narrative together by completing all three pathways.