Neal Adams Creates Holocaust Motion Comic

Neal Adams Creates Holocaust Motion ComicThey Spoke Out: American Voices of Protest Against the Holocaust is a ten issue series of motion comics, from Batman: The Odyssey's Neal Adams, Disney Educational Productions andthe David S. Wyman Institute for Holocaust Studies in Washington.

Each episode highlights stories of Americans who helped save Jewish people from the Holocaust of Nazi Germany, mixing animation, comic art, and both photographs and film from the period.

The first episodes are La Guardia's War Against Hitler and Voyage of the Doomed, and will be shown at MoCCAFest, the convention run by the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art this weekend. Episodes Walls Of Paper, Rescue Over The Mountains and Messenger From Hell will follow.

The motion comics were written by Rafael Medoff, director of the Wyman Institute and will be availble at from tonight.

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