August 06, 2011

Code Word: Geronimo graphic novel

IDW and Charlie Foxtrot Entertainment Announce Code Word: Geronimo Graphic Novel

In-depth retelling of the SEAL Team 6 raid on Osama Bin Laden’s compound Available in SeptemberIDW Publishing and Charlie Foxtrot Entertainment today have the honor of announcing CODE WORD: GERONIMO, an original graphic novel illustrating the raid on Osama bin Laden’s compound by SEAL Team 6 on May 1, 2011. Expertly written by Captain Dale Dye (USMC, Ret.) and Dr. Julia Dye, Ph.D., CODE WORD: GERONIMO offers the amazing, moment-by-moment inside story of the clandestine raid that rid the world of this terrorist mastermind.

“Due to entirely appropriate security concerns, there is some creative license in our script,” said Captain Dye. “But I think readers will be gratified with the detail and thrilled with our take on one of the most daring and successful commando raids in American military history.”

This historical keepsake details the bravery and valor of SEAL Team 6 as it descends into Abbottabad, Pakistan and achieves the near impossible. Joining the Dyes to bring this incredible graphic novel to life are artists Gerry Kissell (The A-Team: War Stories, Iron Sky) and Amin Amat (Buckaroo Banzai, Iron Sky).
Comment:  As predicted, "Geronimo" is being immortalized as the codename for the worst terrorist in modern history. Sigh.

For more on the subject, see Indians, Terrorists = US Enemies and Obama:  Bin Laden was "Geronimo."

P.S. Amin Amat is one of the artists on the PEACE PARTY graphic novel (still in progress).

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I actually think it should be immortalized, just to show how racist the government is.