Too Much Coffee Man's Creator is Turning the Mueller Report Into a Graphic Novel

One of the most talked about investigations in recent history is Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into allegations of impropriety and illegal abuse of power during President Donald Trump's 2016 election.

The resulting 400-page legal document is being adapted into an easy-to-follow, humorous graphic novel by Eisner Award-winning cartoonist Shannon Wheeler (Too Much Coffee Man) and longtime journalist Steve Duin. The Mueller Report: The Graphic Novel will be released next year by IDW Publishing as a 208-page adaptation summarizing the stranger-than-fiction real-life events surrounding the investigation.

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"Shannon and Steve have done an incredible job taking the rotten ingredients catalogued by Robert Mueller and turning them into a delicious satirical feast," declared editor Justin Eisinger in a written statement. "It’s funny. It’s maddening. But it’s a great resource for anyone that wants to be informed about the findings of the most important law enforcement document created in our lifetime.”

Informative but from a comedic perspective to make the shocking content more palatable, the illustrated adaptation of the Mueller Report presents readers with a concise, summary of the high-profile federal investigation.

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The Mueller Report: The Graphic Novel is by Shannon Wheeler and Steve Duin. It is expected to go on sale in April 2020 by IDW Publishing.

(via CNN)

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