What I have read of this illustrated edition of the "official" version of the events of 9/11 is what is currently available at Slate.com which plans to provide the entire text online. If it is, as advertized, an illustrated version of the government's 9/11 Commission Report, then given its comic book format, there are obvious liberties taken in its depiction of events, and, more importantly, it must reiterate all the failings of the original.
Having read Prof. David Ray Griffin's masterly analysis, "The 9/11 Commission Report: Ommissions and Distortions", I can only surmise that this graphic version does not replicate the political bias, deceptions, massive incompetence and sheer lack of accountability of the FAA and the military, missing testimony, and sheer implausability of the original account. Since the official 9/11 Commission Report has been likened to the Warren Commission Report in that its conclusions were known from the onset, why these authors would foist such a patently duplicitous document upon the American public is a question only they can answer.
Rather than the recapitulation of a seriously flawed document, it would have been much more instructive had the authors done some independent investigating and come up with a more felicitous version of the events of 9/11. There certainly is no dearth of information that contradicts the findings of the 9/11 Commission. Scholars for 9/11Truth, for example, is comprised of hundreds of academics who have raised legitimate questions about the official version. If the truth is, indeed, "out there" then providing an easy to read popular version of the indefensible serves neither the truth nor the public.