A graphic novel presentation of the thought of the Daoist master Zhuangzi. Including of course, the famous story about dreaming he was a butterfly, or possibly philosopher.
There's a lot more. Admiring the sparrow for not wanting to waste energy like the peng bird. The capture of a marvelous bird that then died because its captor provided it with what he deemed the finest of music, drink, and food. And the usefulness to a tree of being utterly useless. Really, it's really fond of pointing out that the useless tree is the one that doesn't get chopped down, does it over and over -- though once a disciple found himself baffled by the contrast between it and the useless goose being the one slaughtered for dinner.
Confucius gets whacked at a few times. (Once or twice, he comes off well.)
A great deal about living in harmony with the Dao and the relativity of standards, such as what constitutes a good diet -- compare a human one to a horse's or a centipede's.