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Bin Laden Raid Gets The Graphic Novel Treatment

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First a simulation game, and NOW a graphic novel! What's next…a ride at Disneyland? Oh right…Disney's no longer trying to profit from the bin Laden raid. Ha!

And yes, you read correctly. There is a graphic novel about the Osama bin Laden raid on its way, entitled Code Word: Geronimo, which was written by retired U.S. Marine Captain Dale Dye and wifey Julia Dye.

Here's what co-writer Julia Dye had to say about the graphic novel:

"People from all parties and from more than one administration made this all possible. It's an American celebration."

The publisher, IDW Publishing, is saying that a portion of the proceeds from book sales will be donated to the American Veterans Center.

Better than nothing we suppose, although we'd be curious to hear HOW BIG a portion! Seems like it should be substantial! Maybe…92%???? LOLz.

Seriously though…if they're going to profit from the bin Laden Raid, they should def be generous with how much of that money they give to a good cause.

What do U think? Will U pick up Code Word: Geronimo?

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4 comments to “Bin Laden Raid Gets The Graphic Novel Treatment”

  1. Bytch says – reply to this


    They should have called the book "Code Word: Bullshit".

  2. amin! says – reply to this


    Kinda hard to ink a book with that Bytch. :) But funny!

    - amin!

  3. 3

    why not call the code George Bush? that's much more fitted

  4. Jaeda says – reply to this


    You know I remember watching "Master Class" on OWN sometime last week. And that episode showcased Condoleezza Rice and she said something that rang so true. She said something along the lines of it being really sad and disturbing when the mentality comes down to "Kill or be killed". What I'm getting at is this: People shouldn't be throwing parties that a man was killed. They should feel better knowing that people are safer. Yes his actions were monstrous. But a man was still killed. Regardless of who he was… a life was still lost. And murdering someone should never be celebrated. Its sad that all his transgressions ever occurred…