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|The year was 1975 and an ex-Beatle, at the height of his fame, chose New York City to raise his young family, setting career, adoring fans, and creative contemporaries aside. Just five years later, John Lennon was dead.
“Lennon” adapts award-winning author David Foenkinos‘ legendary novel to graphic album form, with striking black-and-white illustrations by French artist Horne. This piece of true biographical fiction recounts the defining moments and experiences that shaped pop music’s – and popular culture’s – most influential voice, as captured by Eric Cobeyran’s moving graphic novel adaptation.
The graphic novel follows the extraordinary trajectory of the iconic singer/songwriter – from his difficult childhood, through Beatlemania, to his solo career...
This is one project that I am praying I have enough money to help fund. It’s no secret that I love Travis Hanson’s work. I love it so much that when one of my prints accidently got something red spilled on it by a child, I nearly wept. If you’re not familiar with Travis or his amazing work, please go check out this Kickstarter and see if you can help make Tanner’s dreams come true.Read More
Minneapolis, MN / New York, NY. – Zenith
Press, a leading publisher of military history and aviation books,
announces a partnership that will bring our nation’s history alive to
millions of graphic novel and comic lovers worldwide. ComiXology, the
revolutionary cloud-based digital comics platform available across the iPhone, iPad, Android, Kindle Fire, Windows 8, and www.comixology.com will begin offering Zenith Press’ graphic history books today.
Illustrated and written by Wayne Vansant, these 100% historically
accurate graphic history books bring to life some of our nation’s most
pivotal moments in history through “illustration that truly captures the agony, worry, frustration, danger, and action of war” (– Wired.com).
Zenith Press graphic history books include: