The Guardian, the leading liberal daily newspaper in Britain -- which also has a longstanding fascination with America and a massive U.S. readership -- has marked President Obama's re-election victory by publishing a striking graphic novel version of the campaign. It was developed by the Guardian's U.S. staff.
The comic, titled "America: Elect!" takes a stark, minimalist approach to the campaign, beginning with Mitt Romney's defeat in 2008 by John McCain for the ill-fated Republican nomination. Also, it's semi-animated, making full use of the online medium.
It ends suggesting that Romney might win ... but as of election night -- 5 a.m. in the morning London time -- the final chapter is yet to be drawn. "Stay tuned," the Guardian urges.
Here's a sample:
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