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10 Forgotten Comics From Real Musicians
10 Forgotten Comics From Real Musicians
Music and comics have a long history of influencing one another, whether it’s story titles borrowing lyrics, band names taken from dialogue, or that one time that Matt Fraction had a Britney Spears analogue punch a bear in The Order. Sometimes, though, that connection goes beyond nods and winks, and a band or artist releases their very own licensed comic. It happens more often than you probably realise. It’s no secret that, say, My Chemical Romance have their own official comic. (A comic, lest we forget, featuring a villainous cravat-wearing Grant Morrison.) But there are plenty of other artists with comics you may have never even known existed. Artists like, oh, I don’t know…
Behind The Scenes Of Ghostface Killah's '36 Seasons' Comic
Behind The Scenes Of Ghostface Killah's '36 Seasons' Comic
Earlier this month, Ghostface Killah announced the release of 36 Seasons, an ambitious new album on Salvation/Tommy Boy Records which is accompanied by an exclusive 20-page comic booklet that features work by top-tier artists. The disc's storyline and packaging are the brainchild of Matthew Rosenberg, a comic creator who worked with Ghostface on last year's 12 Reasons To Die limited series from Black Mask Studios. We recently got a few minutes to speak with Rosenberg about his work on the record, the artists he sought to contribute, and his experience straddling the line between the music and comic industries – and we're excited to premiere a trio of illustrations from the project by Michael Walsh, Palle Schmidt, and Chris Pyrate, as well as showcasing some roughs and behind-the scenes material.
Great Comics That Never Happened #1: JLA & The Wu-Tang Clan [ORIGINAL ART]
Great Comics That Never Happened #1: JLA & The Wu-Tang Clan [ORIGINAL ART]
In our new feature, writer Chris Sims and artist Rusty Shackles carry on the noble comic book tradition of the imaginary story by bringing you the Best Comics Ever that don't actually exist! This week, as we prepare for the launch of the "Wu-Massacre" album by the comics-friendly Wu-Tang Clan, a cross-time crisis brings the Silver Age Justice League face-to-face with the greatest super-h