20 August 2013
It's still a year until the iconic Beatles film "Yellow Submarine " turns 50, but plans for the celebration have already begun. The Apple Corporation is authorizing a comic book adaptation of the classic film with Titan Comics.
Titan publishing director Chris Teather said of the forthcoming comic, "We're thrilled to be publishing The Beatles: Yellow Submarine for the 50th Anniversary of this fantastic movie. We can't wait for Beatles fans to experience this official adaptation."
The Beatles: Yellow Submarine was written and illustrated by incoming MAD Magazine editor Bill Morrison. The comic book is slated to come out in 2018.
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14 March 2017
I might be interested in buying the Yellow Submarine comic book when it comes out.
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20 August 2013
We could all request our local libraries to buy a copy.
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17 December 2012
Here's the cover:
Rolling Stone has an article, but it doesn't add much.
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8 November 2012
Hello, all! I'm on the train heading home from Comic Con, where today I attended the panel on the Yellow Submarine graphic novel. I was unable to secure one of the advance copies before they sold out, but we got a sneak peek during the panel with Bill Morrison, Andre Pepoy and Nathan Kane, and it is stunning! Faithful in reproducing the film's vibrant style.
Afterward, we had an opportunity for a photo op with a life-size Blue Meanie (the person inside was a woman who said she was the only one small enough to fit inside). Then, there was a signing in the exhibit hall. They had blank paper to sign and doodle Blue Meanies for those of us without comics, and Bill personalized mine with "All You Need Is [Parlance]!"
Incidentally, they were taking pre-orders for the collectors' edition that is limited to a run of 1968.
It was a lovely cap to the month's festivities, as earlier this month LA's Amoeba Records had a 50th bithday celebration with cake and giveaways preceding screenings at the Arclight Cinema across the street.
Hopefully my photos will upload on train wifi. If not, I'll upload later.
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14 June 2016
Thanks for the report, it looks like it’ll be fun. I’m a comic guy by the way. I’ll be getting this for sure. The Lennon NY Years graphic novel was also very good.
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