A new comic book that focuses on the life of rock ‘n’ roll rebel David Bowie from his early days through his rise to fame and beyond is available for purchase now in print and digital versions.
Tribute: David Bowie was written by Mike Lynch and Michael L. Frizell and features artwork by George Amaru and Vincenzo Sansone. It salutes the influential musician’s groundbreaking and ever-changing music, as well as his contributions to popular culture.
The comic will delve into the various looks and personas Bowie explored, including his famous alien rock-star character Ziggy Stardust, Aladdin Sane, The Thin White Duke and the Goblin King he portrayed in the 1986 fantasy film Labyrinth.
“Bowie should not be remembered for his multiple personas, but rather for his desire to push musical and artistic boundaries,” maintains Frizell. “He was on the forefront of so many musical movements; psychedelic, glam, Krautrock, funk, grunge and his latest post-modern masterpiece and farewell gift Blackstar.”
The biographical comic is available with three different covers, designed by Sansone, David Frizell and Graham Hill. The print edition can be purchased exclusively at ComicFleaMarket.com, while the digital version is being sold by a variety of websites.
Tribute: David Bowie is a follow-up to, and expands on, the previous comic Fame: David Bowie, which was published in 2014.
Storm Entertainment, publisher of the Tribute series, is responsible for a wide variety of biographical comics, including ones focusing on John Lennon, George Harrison, Jerry Garcia, Kurt Cobain, Whitney Houston and many other music stars.