By Charlie Sherpa
The comic is written and illustrated by Arigon Starr. A series and/or collected volume of comics is planned.
By Debbie Reese
On the final pages of her comic, Starr lists the names of the Choctaw soldiers, and says that in 2013, the Choctaw Code Talkers received the Congressional Gold Medal of Honor.
Speaking tribal languages is just one superpower among heroes gracing the pages of comic books.
By Taté Walker
Information about Tales of the Mighty Code Talkers, Vol. 1, and other titles, including Captain Paiute, Pueblo Jones and Kaui (Indigenous Fairy Tales), can be found at the INC Comics website, www.inccomics.com. The group also invites and encourages indigenous writers and artists to join INC Comics. Inquiries can be made on the site’s Contact page.
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Choctaw Indian Code Talkers of World War I
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Therefore, I can't recommend the comic except for Native-comics aficionados like me. For most people, it's a pricey way to learn about the codetalkers.