BERNIE SANDERS Presidential Runs Commemorated In Comic Form

Talk Bernie to Me
Credit: Devil's Due
Credit: Devil's Due

Press Release

After making international headlines with its superhero comic about Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Chicago's Devil's Due Comics has announced a sequel is now available for pre-order. Talk Bernie To Me!: The Bernie Sanders Special and AOC Surprise is a one-off commemorative comic celebrating two-time Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, featuring contributions from several acclaimed and award-winning writers/artists. (Variant covers are also available.) 

In addition to depicting the Vermont Senator as a full-fledged  superhero, Talk Bernie To Me! will be chock full of short-form Bernie comics, Trump and GOP skewering, plus satirical games and puzzles. The comic is slated for a July 3, 2019 release (in both physical and digital form), and by popular demand will include additional AOC content. Pre-orders can be made at, with a portion of all sales going to the ACLU and, which provides free and low-cost legal services to under-served immigrant children, families, and refugees.

Credit: Devil's Due

The surprise announcement comes mere weeks after Devil's Due announced its Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez And The Freshman Force comic (available here as of May 15), and ten years after the debut of its wildly-popular Barack the Barbarian graphic novel series. All three titles are the brainchild of artist and Devil’s Due Publisher Josh Blaylock, working in tandem with an all-star group of talent.

When Devil's Due opted to follow up its now-infamous AOC comic book, there was no hesitation in choosing the next political figure to spotlight. "I've been increasingly impressed with Sanders' ingenuity and ability to be on the right side of history -- even when it’s not the popular thing to do -- from his fights for civil rights and healthcare many decades ago, to the introduction of the recent Stop BEZOS Act and Stop WALMART Act," says Blaylock. "I'm excited to see him leading this new movement as a frontrunner for the Democratic Party."

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