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Cartoon Strip Nota Bene by Leonardo The Da Vinci Co-Ed.Glen Bledsoe Salem-News.com
This is the fourth installment of the Salem-News.com original cartoon series Nota Bene by Leonardo by Salem cartoonist Glen Bledsoe.
(SALEM) - Dan Brown’s Da Vinci Code has stirred controversy since it was first released in 2003. With the release of the movie this summer the controversy continued to simmer and broil.
But, of course, that was just the tip of the iceberg. When Salem-New’s own Leonardo examined the mystery he discovered yet another layer which escaped even the erudite Dan Brown. You, too, will learn the truth when you read this week’s comic: The Da Vinci Co-Ed.
Leonardo of Salem is a writer and artist who focuses on issues local, national and international, on culture, education, and politics. The views expressed in his comic are strictly his own and those channeled to him by the Egyptian God Ra and do not necessarily reflect those of Salem-News or his mother.
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