The artist behind the best-selling "Clinton Cash" graphic novel has some lessons for conservatives fighting the culture wars.
Artist Brett R. Smith thinks conservatives are ignoring a secret weapon in the battle against the Left.
It’s not enough to poke through a progressive’s argument. Use humor at the same time. It can be wildly effective. And Smith should know.
His best-selling graphic novel “Clinton Cash: A Graphic Novel” proved catnip to Millennials who might not have gotten through Peter Schweizer’s excellent expose on the Clintons’ shenanigans.
The latter’s “Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich” sparked a wave of news articles. Smith’s version may have changed just as many hearts and minds.
Smith talks about his breakthrough work and why he thinks Marvel and DC Comics stopped returning his emails in the latest HiT ‘cast.
Sources mentioned in the podcast:
- The classic ’80s comedy “Family Ties: The Complete Series“
- The primetime soap opera “Dynasty – Seasons 1 & 2“
- Dan Raviv’s “Comic Wars: How Two Tycoons Battled Over the Marvel Comics Empire–And Both Lost“