Publisher to release graphic novel version of Mueller report
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New Yorker cartoonist Shannon Wheeler and Steve Duin of The Oregonian will collaborate on the adaptation of the 400-page report, according to the announcement.


“Shannon and Steve have done an incredible job taking the rotten ingredients catalogued by Robert Mueller and turning them into a delicious satirical feast,” editor Justin Eisinger said in the announcement.

“It’s funny. It’s maddening. But it’s a great resource for anyone that wants to be informed about the findings of the most important law enforcement document created in our lifetime," he added.

The graphic novel is expected to be 208 pages in length, half the length of the original report, and is set for release next April.

"This really is the easiest way to get people to actually read it," Eisinger told HuffPost.