BOSTON (MyFoxBoston.com) – A St. Louis-based company has released a coloring book that parodies last month's Rolling Stone cover featuring suspected Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
The company, Really Big Coloring Books, says it has released a line of "real life true-to-culture hero and villain comics designed to ‘Tell the Truth – Tell it Often – Tell the Children.'"
The book features a parody of Rolling Stone magazine's July cover featuring Tsarnaev, the iconic "Rolling Stone" logo replaced with the words "Rock Him and Stone Him." One page is dedicated to Boston's first responders and says: "Boston Heroes – Boston Strong – First Responders."
The comic book also features sections on the attacks in Benghazi and Osama bin Laden.
The company said the comic is designed to be a teaching and learning tool for parents.
More information: http://www.coloringbook.com/coloring-book-comics.aspx
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