the course of two modern wars.
Bull’s research led him across the globe, from Canada, to the Pentagon in the US, to Barbados, South Africa and Iraq – where he developed the “Supergun” for Saddam Hussein, and ultimately to
Brussels, where he was assassinated in 1990.
Much like a John LeCarre story of drama, intrigue and international politics, theories still abound as to who was responsible – ranging from Iran, the CIA, the Israeli Mossad, to the Iraqis themselves. Though his family is still searching, his assassin has never been found and the case remains open in Belgium.
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Copy editor: Ed Kanerva
Designer: Dustin Harbin
88 pages, B&W interior, colour cover.
Price of ltd. edition version of 200 copies, $20
Book 1 of a 2 volume series.
- Robert Bull, son of Gerald Bull:
"I love the book. I had a lot of fun reading it, and I think my dad would have loved it too!"
- The London Free Press posted a wonderful review of the book in the Saturday, September 21st paper. Here's a link to the column.
History of the Project
Since moving back to London, Ontario 4 years ago, I've gone from freelance work, to contract work 3 days/week, then 4 days/week and now I'm back at full time employment.
Work on the graphic novel does continue apace though. My enthusiasm has not waned. The research component of the project which was quite heavy was done awhile ago, the story is written and artwork for Book one is finished.
Here's a completed page finished that I'm quite pleased with from Chapter 2 (initially I wasn't drawing the chapters in order but now I am). The page is of Bull as a young man walking across the Plains of Abraham in Quebec City which he did quite often while he was working at CARDE (the Canadian Armament Research and Development Establishment).
|From Earth to Babylon, Chapter 2, page 31|
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