August 15th, 2016 | Posted in News
New York Times bestseller Clinton Cash adapted into a graphic novel
Washington, D.C.—Hillary Clinton infamously said she and her husband left the White House “dead broke.” Today, they boast a net worth of over $150 million.
Inspired by the New York Times bestseller Clinton Cash by Peter Schweizer, Clinton Cash: A Graphic Novel (Regnery; August 8, 2016; $19.99)—adapted by Chuck Dixon and Brett R. Smith—retells in high-definition detail the tale of the Clintons’ jaw-dropping auctioning of American power to foreign companies and Clinton Foundation donors.
Stunningly illustrated, hilariously retold, and inspired by the blockbuster book that reshaped the contours of the presidential election, Clinton Cash: A Graphic Novel brings to life Hillary and Bill’s brazen plot to fleece the planet for maximum profit.
Inside, readers will learn:
• How Hillary Clinton approved the transfer of 20% of all U.S. uranium (the stuff used to build nuclear bombs) to Putin’s Russia as 9 investors in the deal funneled $145 million to the Clinton Foundation
• How Bill Clinton’s monster speaking fees soared during the years Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State
• How the Clintons bagged millions in speaking fees from the investors in the Keystone XL Pipeline, as Hillary held the keys to the pipeline’s fate
• How Hillary’s brother scored a rare “gold exploitation permit” from the Haitian government, as Hillary doled out billions of tax dollars to the Haitian government
About the Authors:
Peter Schweizer is the author of Extortion, Throw Them All Out, Architects of Ruin, and other books that have revealed political wrongdoing, and has been featured on 60 Minutes, in the New York Times, and elsewhere. He is the cofounder and president of the Government Accountability Institute, a team of investigative researchers and journalists committed to exposing crony capitalism, misuse of taxpayer monies, and other governmental corruption or malfeasance.
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 estate on The “Eye of the World” graphic novel.
Brett R. Smith is a professional and commercial artist. He holds a B.F.A. in Animations and has worked with a wide array of clients, including Marvel and DC Entertainment, Hasbro, Cartoon Network, McCann Erikson, BBDO, and Saatchi & Saatchi. Smith has contributed to multiple premier properties and licenses including The Avenger, Batman, Superman, GI Joe, Wolverine, Suicide Squad, Guardians of the Galaxy, Hulk, Detective Comics, Heineken, Chase Bank, Miller Beer, Cheerios, Pillsbury, Birds Eye, and many others.
To schedule an interview with Peter Schweizer, Chuck Dixon, or Brett R. Smith, please contact Alyssa Cordova at Alyssa.Cordova@Regnery.com or (202) 677-4441.