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The Sept. 11 Commission Report as Graphic Novel

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The Sept. 11 Commission Report as Graphic Novel

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The Sept. 11 Commission Report as Graphic Novel

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The 580-page Sept. 11 commission report is now a graphic novel. Two comic book artists talk about why they created the new book, The 9/11 Report, A Graphic Adaptation, and what they hope to accomplish with it.

Guests:

Ernie Colon, comic book artists who has worked at Harvey, Marvel and DC Comics; oversaw the production of Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, Blackhawk and The Flash comics at DC; oversaw Spiderman series at Marvel.

Sid Jacobson, was managing editor and editor in chief for Harvey Comics where he created Richie rich; was executive editor at Marvel Comics; editor of The 9/11 Report: A Graphic Adaptation