The Mueller Report Graphic Novel (Combined)


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$29.95  $27.85
Richard Minsky
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7.0 X 0.31 X 10.0 inches | 0.9 pounds

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About the Author

Barbara Slate created Angel Love for DC Comics in 1985. From there, she created, wrote and drew Yuppies from Hell and Sweet XVI for Marvel and put her own spin on the Disney classics Beauty and the Beast, Pocahontas, Archie's Betty and Veronica, and Mattel's Barbie. Barbara's original art has been widely exhibited, and has been praised by The New York Times as "emphatically of our time." She is profiled in the seminal work A Century of Women Cartoonists. Barbara is a keynote speaker, panelist, and moderator at ComicCons. Her career as a cartoonist began in 1976, when she launched a line of greeting cards featuring her character Ms. Liz. After appearing on millions of cards, Ms. Liz became a regular comic strip for Cosmopolitan magazine, and was the star in a series of animated segments on NBC's Today show. Ms. Liz also appeared in Glamour, New Woman, Working Woman, and Self magazines. Since 2007 Barbara has been teaching how to do a graphic novel in libraries, elementary and secondary schools, writers conferences, and at colleges. Her textbook, You Can Do a Graphic Novel was first issued by Alpha/Penguin in 2010, was reissued as an eBook by Britannica Digital Learning in 2014, and an expanded edition issued by Minsky in 2018. It is widely used in classrooms at all levels of study, as well as in home schooling.


" A well-crafted visual depiction of the troubling contents of the Mueller Report."

"... distressing, disturbing, and occasionally infuriating."

- Kirkus Reviews

"A surprisingly good-natured but thorough adaptation of what may turn out to be the most astounding story of American corruption in plain sight ever told."

"This is a comic that needed to be done now rather than later."

"Slate has provided something that is half-public service, half-wild ride, both crucial and rollicking."

-Comics Beat

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