Comic Book Writer Chuck Dixon: ‘Clinton Cash: A Graphic Novel’ Details Bill and Hillary’s ‘Shocking Repeated Pattern of Outrages’


On Friday’s Breitbart News Daily on SiriusXM, comic book writer Chuck Dixon discussed his new graphic novel based on the bestselling book Clinton Cash by Peter Schweizer and the documentary film of the same name.

Dixon told SiriusXM host Stephen K. Bannon Friday that Clinton Cash: A Graphic Novel “was a story that needed to be told, and I thought I could bring my talents to bear to reach a larger audience in new media.”

Dixon’s background includes significant work on Batman titles for DC Comics:

Chuck Dixon is a comic book writer best known for his long runs on several Batman titles in the 1990s for DC Comics. Throughout his prolific career, Dixon has written for “Evangeline” (Comico Comics), “The Savage Sword of Conan, The Punisher War Journal” (Marvel Comics), “Robin, Nightwing, Detective Comics” (DC Comics), and “Simpsons Comics” (Bongo Comics). Dixon worked closely with Robert Jordan on the graphic adaptation of “New Spring” and with Jordan s [sic] estate on The “Eye of the World” graphic novel.

Dixon described the behavior of Bill and Hillary Clinton detailed in the novel a “shocking repeated pattern of outrages.” He said, “There’s a pattern to their behavior that’s undeniable.”

He also cited the oft-reported “Haiti situation, where they took advantage of a horrible, horrible natural disaster in a country that was already a terrible place with poverty and crime, and they made money off it.” He asserted, “They made money for themselves. They made money for their friends — and without any regard to actually improving the situation there.”

While Dixon thinks the graphic novel format will have mass appeal, he also believes it may be especially appealing to a younger demographic.

Clinton Cash: A Graphic Novel can be pre-ordered here.

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