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Rock n Roll Comics: Hard Rock Heroes (Rock & Roll Comics) Paperback – April 7, 2010
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"Great ideas, like the marriage of rock 'n' roll and comics, have the half-life of uranium and will always be popular," says Jay Allen Sanford of Revolutionary Comics.
The folks at Bluewater clearly have their fingers on the same pop culture pulse that enabled the original Rock 'N' Roll Comics to become one of the top-selling indie comics of the '90s. Truth is often stranger than fiction...and certainly much more interesting!"
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Hard Rock Heroes includes comics of the following bands : AC/DC, Megadeth, Metallica, Pantera, Poison, Guns N'Rose, Queensryche, Van Halen, Black Sabbath/Ozzy, Skid Row, Anthrax, Motorhead , Tesla and Motley Crue. If you're interested by the majority of these bands, would like to read some excellent comics that look at those band's careers exactly as it was and having some cool and detailed artwork as well, this is for you. For those who want to see what they're buying, it's best you do, head to a library and seek out this book, after flipping through pages and reading here and there you will have better judgment. That's exactly what I did, I flipped through the book, read here and there and I decided to give it a shot and I have not regretted it.Read more ›
This book, based on the unauthorized biographies originally put together by Todd Loren who was killed at age 32 in San Diego in 1992, covers that special time in music when big hair and men-in-women's make-up ruled mainstream rock with a curling iron, mopey choruses and dopey-eyed fans who affirmed the fact that yes, every rose really does have a thorn.
The book is terrible, but it's terrible in a way that will make your sides aches as you watch Ozzy mistakenly scarf on a live bat in Iowa or the boys from Poison or GNR "show just how much heart a band can have". Arg.