Twitter Co-Founder Immortalized As A Comic Book Hero

Twitter Co-Founder Immortalized As A Comic Book Hero
technology

Graphic novels take on the tech business as their subject matter.

Ross Brooks
  • 2 april 2013

The co-founder of one of the web’s biggest social networks is already a hero in some senses. Largely due to the fact he is also the CEO of Square, a company that allows you to accept credit/debit cards on your mobile. If running two hugely successful companies wasn’t even though, now he has literally been turned into a comic book hero.

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