Arriving in stores this week from Gallery Books is Killing Geronimo: The Hunt for Osama bin Laden, a graphic novel that retells the story of America's mission to track down the most notorious fugitive in modern times.
Beginning with the tragedy of September 11, 2001, to the dramatic confrontation in Pakistan, Killing Geronimo depicts the search for the Al Qaeda leader, from the initial order by President George W. Bush through to the final firefight.
The graphic novel takes its title from the codename given to Osama bin Laden during Operation Neptune Spear, the Navy SEALs mission that ended his reign on May 2, 2011.
The authors are Darren Davis, founder of the American comics publisher Bluewater Productions, and Jerome Maida, writer of the comics column in the Philadelphia Daily News. The illustrator is Stefano Cardoselli, who has worked on titles by Bluewater, 2000Ad, Antarctic Press and Dark Slinger as well as setting up Azurek Studios, »
- David Bentley
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