The publication of Art Spiegelman's graphic novel Maus marked the beginning of a new historiographic genre: the graphic novel about the Holocaust. In the last decades, authors of comics and graphic novels have expanded their choice of topics beyond the Holocaust, dealing with the genocides in Cambodia and Rwanda, and the Armenian genocide and Srebrenica. Some publications were historically correct and used for educational purposes. Others were rather fictional and somewhat tasteless and put the genre to the test. This exhibition tells the history of the representation of the Holocaust and other genocides in comics and graphic novels and explores the boundaries of the genre.