When I was in college, I picked up one of the waning issues of LIFE magazine. In this specific issue was a captivating image of two twins in Myanmar named Johnny & Luther Htoo. They were the leaders of a band of rebels fighting against the country's military. The local villagers had begun to worship these children as gods who would deliver them from the violence waged by the government's forces. They eventually surrendered and were separated from one another.
This past summer, the team of Hanuka/Hanuka/Lavie released the graphic novel titled "The Divine" which is loosely based on the story of Johnny & Luther. It falls under the general theme of "Sorry about Colonialism," and the art is simply amazing. It was first released in French "Le Divine" and later the English version was released. You can find it here on amazon.