Today, the Boston Herald reported that MIT economist Jonathan Gruber, one of the architects of President Obama's health care reform bill, was working with Thomas LeBien, editor of the graphic novel version of The 9/11 Commission Report, to create a comic book with the goal of making the 2,400-page bill a little easier for non-politicians to understand.
Of course, the comments from the Herald's readers are... well, about what you'd expect from the comments of a news story about a controve
They survived the Superhuman Registration Act and all the badness associated with Norman Osborn's "Dark Reign," but the Avengers have yet to face one of the most polarizing contemporary issues of our time: government health care
Ever wonder what Superman would have to say about health care? Now we know thanks to olde-timey comics that address formerly -- and sometimes currently! -- socially relevant topics. If only Superman could fly down from the sky and fact-check every politician who tries to warp the debate over health care by c
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