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I see David Talbot is involved in Pulp History, a new series of illustrated history books.

http://talbotplayers.com/pulphistory.html

The series, which is being published by Simon & Schuster, will debut in fall 2010 with Devil Dog: The Amazing, True Story of the Man Who Saved America. Written by David Talbot and illustrated by legendary cartoonist, Spain Rodriguez, Devil Dog will tell the explosive story of General Smedley Darlington Butler, the most decorated U.S. Marine of his day. After a long, illustrious military career, Butler denounced war as a “racket” – and later helped thwart a Wall Street plot to overthrow President Franklin Roosevelt.

I wonder if they will publish a book on the assassination of JFK?

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I see David Talbot is involved in Pulp History, a new series of illustrated history books.

http://talbotplayers.com/pulphistory.html

The series, which is being published by Simon & Schuster, will debut in fall 2010 with Devil Dog: The Amazing, True Story of the Man Who Saved America. Written by David Talbot and illustrated by legendary cartoonist, Spain Rodriguez, Devil Dog will tell the explosive story of General Smedley Darlington Butler, the most decorated U.S. Marine of his day. After a long, illustrious military career, Butler denounced war as a "racket" – and later helped thwart a Wall Street plot to overthrow President Franklin Roosevelt.

I wonder if they will publish a book on the assassination of JFK?

Where was the Devil Dog when we really needed him - at Dealey Plaza?

I like the idea though.

There already is a fairly accurate comic book version of the assassination.

I wonder if they will include it in the Texas school libraries?

BK

Edited by William Kelly
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