“Health Care Reform’’ is an attempt to distill the over 900-page Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act signed into law by President Obama in 2010 into a commonsensical, easy to understand book in graphic-novel form about a sixth of the length.
"The ideas are presented clearly, and although the subject is a serious one, the book is humorous in many places and contains lots of special effects you can only find in the comics. Neatly dressed, with glasses and tie, Gruber manages to escape the clutches of the gigantic “bloated and out of control . . . Goliath’’ that is our health care system - drawn as a hunchbacked giant on crutches - and to ride the two-headed crocodile helpfully labeled “Rising Costs’’ without even breaking a sweat."
Here's a Q&A with Gruber about the novel: http://www.kaiserhealthnews.org/Features/Insuring-Your-Health/2012/health-law-graphic-comic-book-Michelle-Andrews-Gruber.aspx
Doesn't look quite like the League of Extraordinary Gentleman, but I'm sure it will drive some points home.