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Regarding the Matter of Oswald's Body

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Author: Christopher Cantwell

Halt and Catch Fire co-creator Christopher Cantwell and artist Luca Casalanguida answer the question of "Where is Lee Harvey Oswald's body?" in this brand-new conspiracy crime thriller!

Where is Lee Harvey Oswald's body? The Kennedy assassination is a rat's nest of conspiracy theories: mafia involvement, the second gunman, government cover-up... but the most important one may just be the theory that the body in Oswald's grave is not actually Lee Harvey. Meet the ragtag group of "useful idiots," unwittingly brought together to clean up the crime of the century - a wannabe cowboy from Wisconsin, a Buddy Holly-idolizing (former) car thief, a world-weary Civil Rights activist ready for revolution, and a failed G-Man who still acts the part - and specifically, regarding the matter of Oswald's body. Eisner Award-nominated writer, producer, and director Christopher Cantwell (Iron Man, The United States of Captain America) and artist Luca Casalanguida (Lost Soldiers, Scout's Honor) deliver an off-kilter crime thriller set in the shadows of history's greatest conspiracy. Collecting REGARDING THE MATTER OF OSWALD'S BODY #1-5.

Publisher: Boom! Studios
Published: 08/30/2022
Pages: 144
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.86lbs
Size: 10.15h x 6.73w x 0.34d
ISBN: 9781684158454

About the Author
Cantwell, Christopher: - Christopher Cantwell is an American writer, producer, and director who has worked in television, film, and comic books. He is best known as one of the two co-creators of the TV series Halt and Catch Fire, for which he also served as a producer, showrunner, screenwriter, and director. He also directed the 2019 film The Parts You Lose.[1] Cantwell is writing for the comic books The Blue Flame, She Could Fly, Everything, Doctor Doom, The Mask, Iron Man, and Captain America, and will serve as an executive producer of the television adaptation of the comic book Paper Girls.