|Brought To Light: Flashpoint – The La Penca Bombing|
|Original Title||Brought To Light: Flashpoint – The La Penca Bombing|
|Topics||Joyce Brabner, Thomas Yeates, Iran-Contra, CIA, Christic Institute, Graphic Novel, Nicaraguan Revolution, Central Intelligence Agency|
|Collection||folkscanomy_miscellaneous, folkscanomy, additional_collections|
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Brought to Light: Thirty Years of Drug Smuggling, Arms Deals, and Covert Action is an anthology of two political graphic novels, published originally by Eclipse Comics in 1988. Both are based on material from lawsuits filed by the Christic Instituteagainst the US Government. The two stories are Shadowplay: The Secret Team by Alan Moore and Bill Sienkiewicz, andFlashpoint: The LA Penca Bombing documented by Martha Honey and Tony Avirgan and adapted by Joyce Brabner and Tom Yeates. Brought to Light was edited overall by Joyce Brabner, Catherine Yronwode acted as executive editor, and Eclipse publisher Dean Mullaney was the publication designer.
Flashpoint: The LA Penca Bombing is written by Joyce Brabner, as told to her by Christic Institute clients Martha Honey and Tony Avirgan. It deals with the La Penca bombing which happened during the civil war in Nicaragua in 1984.
Credits for “Flashpoint” list Jonathan Marshall on the introduction, Joyce Brabner writing, and Thomas Yeates illustrating, with letters by Bill Pearson and painting by Sam Parsons. Martha Honey and Tony Avirgan are credited with having told the story to Joyce Brabner.
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