Marvel Comics Touts Lincoln: The Man Who Saved America

Lincoln: The Man Who Saved AmericaLincoln: The Man Who Saved America is officially released today, July 31, 2017!

The book is now available online through in both Hardcover and Nook versions.

It should also be in all Barnes and Noble stores nationwide (if you don’t see it, ask for it)

And you can still enter my Goodreads Giveaway for a free, signed copy of the book.


A meme of Marvel Comics Presidents’ Day Special depicting Abraham Lincoln rolling up his sleeves to “Save America!” has been circulating around Facebook. I’m sure it’s just a coincidence. Or maybe not.

Lincoln Saved America comic

So take advantage of the availability and order online at or visit a Barnes and Noble store near you.

Don’t forget to enter my Goodreads Giveaway. I’ll have a series of them so be sure to check the box to add it to your to-read shelf so you’ll be automatically notified when the next giveaway starts.

Or order a signed first edition from my Buy the Books page. You’ll see my previous books on Tesla and Edison there too, as well as my two e-books (including Abraham Lincoln and Nikola Tesla: Connected by Fate).

If you haven’t yet, check out my preview of Lincoln: The Man Who Saved America.

Check out my Goodreads author page. While you’re at it, “Like” my Facebook author page for more updates!

David J. Kent is the author of Lincoln: The Man Who Saved America, now available. His previous books include Tesla: The Wizard of Electricity and Edison: The Inventor of the Modern World (both Fall River Press). He has also written two e-books: Nikola Tesla: Renewable Energy Ahead of Its Time and Abraham Lincoln and Nikola Tesla: Connected by Fate.

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4 thoughts on “Marvel Comics Touts Lincoln: The Man Who Saved America

  1. Ha! Love it! The imagery is probably humorously enhanced by having just listened to an interview with Jeff Flake, but it certainly appeals to a lurking adolescent spirit.

    • It was definitely good timing to come across this, or perhaps it was fed to me deliberately after Google/Facebook/Amazon read all my emails, websites, and FB posts.

      As for Flake, he just played the party line and voted for a “bill” that was so irresponsible Flake and other Senators begged the House not to just pass it. Flake gets no pass on his virtually rubber stamp pandering to anti-American actions by his party. His publicist wrote the Op-Ed because Flake knows he will have a tougher reelection campaign next year. It’s only moral courage when it isn’t blatant cynical pandering.

      • Oh yes… I get what’s going on. He feels the coattails ripping and just wants to make sure he doesn’t have to land in the bed of his own making. Amusing, nevertheless.

        I’ll confess to my disappointment at our own senator as well, trying to figure out just how much of the party-line ad absurdum he has to tow in order to get his official stamp-of-approval in next year’s Republican… caucus. Yep, this is a caucus state…ha, ha! If the Democrats can find someone with just a shred of genuine humility, this will be a two-Democrat senatorial state by the end of 2018.

        • The Democrats should be running their best people (whoever they may be) because it’s time that they call out the Republican party for its institutionalized dishonesty.

          Lincoln would clearly not be a Republican these days; he would consider them to be No Nothings.

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