Comics journalism site Cartoon Movement just published a pretty incredible piece about Blackwater's 2007 massacre of 17 Iraqi civilians. Dan Archer's interactive comic strip superimposes various perspectives—Blackwater employees, Iraqi civilians, police—over a map and 15-minute timeline of that afternoon, allowing the reader to toggle through viewpoints minute-by-minute. It's pretty startling how much more impactful a story becomes with even a low level of interactivity—I'd read about the Nisour Square massacre before, but clicking through Archer's piece generated a level of heart-pounding anxiety that just reading a news story rarely does.

Check it out.