If you like following the race for the Republican candidate for President, then maybe you’d be interested in reading a comic book biography of Mitt Romney, who won the Iowa Caucus.
“Political Power: Mitt Romney” is now available today on the NOOK and Kindle. The printed version of the comic book will be available at the end of January and can be ordered through comic book stores, book stores and Amazon.
According to the press release, the comic book shows why Romney is a viable candidate for Republican voters:
“Mitt Romney is smart, principled and he knows how to crunch numbers which is why the Republican party sees him as the Great White Hope in the 2012 presidential election. How Mitt Romney got to frontrunner status on the political right is the subject of Bluewater Productions “Political Power: Mitt Romney”. Smart is sexy.”
That’s a very tongue-in-cheek synopsis, isn’t it? In any case, “Political Power: Mitt Romney,” isn’t the only comic book coming out about politics this year. Other books that will be issued later will be on Ron Paul, The Tea Party Movement, Barack Obama, Rick Perry and Michele Bachmann.
According to the press release, the “Political Power” series was launched in 2009 as a companion piece to the successful “Female Force” and “Fame” biography titles. The comic book series allows Bluewater to delve into the history of certain newsworthy politicians and political movements and gives insight on how a person of interest has achieved their particular post in politics. Previous subjects for “Political Power” include Ronald Reagan, Colin Powell, Ted Kennedy, Richard Nixon and Nancy Pelosi.
Also available now on the NOOK and Kindle is “Political Power: Tea Party.” The printed version will also be out later this month and will be available for purchase through Amazon.
You can check out the first five pages of “Political Power: Mitt Romney,” below. What do you think about the comic book? Give your opinions below.