Once there was a man named Marv Heemeyer who owned a muffler shop in the small mountain town of Granby, Colorado. Despite being a good man, Marv had many enemies within the community. Pushed to the limit by their actions, Marv sought revenge against his foes in a most unique and terrorizing way: within the confines of a homemade tank. An incredible true story brought to you by Mister V; cartoonist, local historian and resident of Granby.

Graphic novel exploring the man behind the Killdozer concludes on 20th anniversary

[GRANBY, CO, May 27, 2024]  In 2004, Marv Heemeyer used a homemade tank to terrorize the small mountain town of Granby, Colorado.  Twenty years later, cartoonist and Granby resident Mister V examines Heemeyer’s life and heritage, discovering who he was and why he did what he did.

Constructed from historical research and the personal narratives of those who knew him, Dozer Manifesto paints an intimate, honest portrait of a good man’s spiral into insanity, and examines the wounds he left behind on the community he demolished.

Serialized as a webcomic since 2019, the final chapter of Dozer Manifesto will be published online on June 4, 2024, the 20th anniversary of Heemeyer’s rampage in Granby.  It can be read online at www.webtoons.com/en/canvas/dozer-manifesto/list?title_no=270143

Cartoonist and longtime Granby resident Mister V has been creating comics with a flair for Colorado history since 2009.  His comic strips Life is Grand and Them There Hills were printed for seven years in Kremmling’s The Grand Gazette.  In 2017, he was nominated for a DiNKY Award for Outstanding Colorado Achievement.  His prior graphic novel, Mile High: Adventures in Colorado Medical Marijuana, was published in 2019 by 8th Wonder Press.

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