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"Female Force: Ayn Rand"

"Female Force: Ayn Rand" will hit comic shops and online retailers on June 22nd. The 32-page comic retails for $3.99, which is written by John Blundell and art by Todd Tennant. To find a comic book store near you go to www.comicshoplocator.com. The comic book will also be available at Barnes & Noble as well as Amazon.

The comic book provides an entertaining yet scholarly look at the author of such seminal works as “The Fountainhead” and “Atlas Shrugged.” Even 30 years after her death, her sales of her books continue to sell in the hundreds of thousands each year. Bluewater also worked with the” Ayn Rand Institute” on the comic book.

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"Female Force: Ayn Rand"
"Female Force: Ayn Rand" will hit comic shops and online retailers on June 22nd. The 32-page comic retails for $3.99, which is written by John Blundell and art by Todd Tennant. To find a comic book store near you go to www.comicshoplocator.com. The comic book will also be available at Barnes & Noble as well as Amazon.

The comic book provides an entertaining yet scholarly look at the author of such seminal works as “The Fountainhead” and “Atlas Shrugged.” Even 30 years after her death, her sales of her books continue to sell in the hundreds of thousands each year. Bluewater also worked with the” Ayn Rand Institute” on the comic book.

Bluewater also worked with the” Ayn Rand Institute” on the comic book.

They make it sound like a joint effort and endorsement from ARI. What does ARI have to say about this? Did they do more than politely and patiently answer questions?

Despite the claim that Ayn Rand's ideas are "a constant guiding force behind the Federal Reserve Board", their description sounds like an attempt to be very favorable towards Ayn Rand, but a comic book version of Ayn Rand sounds dubious to begin with, something like one one of Ayn Rand's own parodies of a jerking, disintegrating culture in Atlas Shrugged. But maybe it will turn out to be a more serious attempt at scholarship than Jennifer Burns.

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"Female Force: Ayn Rand"
"Female Force: Ayn Rand" will hit comic shops and online retailers on June 22nd. The 32-page comic retails for $3.99, which is written by John Blundell and art by Todd Tennant. To find a comic book store near you go to www.comicshoplocator.com. The comic book will also be available at Barnes & Noble as well as Amazon.

The comic book provides an entertaining yet scholarly look at the author of such seminal works as “The Fountainhead” and “Atlas Shrugged.” Even 30 years after her death, her sales of her books continue to sell in the hundreds of thousands each year. Bluewater also worked with the” Ayn Rand Institute” on the comic book.

Bluewater also worked with the” Ayn Rand Institute” on the comic book.

They make it sound like a joint effort and endorsement from ARI. What does ARI have to say about this? Did they do more than politely and patiently answer questions?

Despite the claim that Ayn Rand's ideas are "a constant guiding force behind the Federal Reserve Board", their description sounds like an attempt to be very favorable towards Ayn Rand, but a comic book version of Ayn Rand sounds dubious to begin with, something like one one of Ayn Rand's own parodies of a jerking, disintegrating culture in Atlas Shrugged. But maybe it will turn out to be a more serious attempt at scholarship than Jennifer Burns.

Let's hope so. I've ordered it. Only a couple of days to go to get it.

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