The Black Eyed Peas Debut an Original Graphic Novel
Check out the band's all-new story!
From the mind of seven-time Grammy award-winning, multi-platinum recording artist will.i.am, from the Black Eyed Peas, comes an all-new graphic novel created with artist Damion Scott; Marvel Comics presents MASTERS OF THE SUN – THE ZOMBIE CHRONICLES.
Mixing LA Gang culture, B-Boy-ism, and Egyptology, MASTERS OF THE SUN – THE ZOMBIE CHRONICLES fuses together the genres of music and comics and tells the complete tale of a retro futuristic zombie thriller, mixed with action, suspense, and horror unlike anything seen before.
“Few artists have done more to embed Hip-Hop in popular culture than will.i.am and the Black Eyed Peas,” says Marvel Editor-in-Chief, Axel Alonso. “So we are thrilled to present this deeply personal story that speaks directly to Hip-Hop aficionados, comic book fans and the intersection of those communities.”
Los Angeles is under attack from an ancient alien god sent to Earth to turn its inhabitants into zombies. With a deep love of the Hip-Hop culture, Zulu-X and his crew go head-to-head with a nefarious ancient order to settle a score thousands of years old. What happens next can only be described as the perfect blend of ancient wisdom and street-smarts all rolled into one epic adventure.
“The Black Eyed Peas and I have begun a new journey,” says will.i.am. “We’ve been working on this original story for years and partnering with Marvel to bring this book to life is more than a dream come true.”
Boasting one of the most eclectic ensemble casts of characters, MASTERS OF THE SUN – THE ZOMBIE CHRONICLES delivers a powerful social allegory in the form of a new movement this July from will.i.Am, Damion Scott, and Marvel Comics.
BLACK EYED PEAS: MASTERS OF THE SUN – THE ZOMBIE CHRONICLES TPB
WRITTEN BY will.i.am & BENJAMIN JACKENDOFF
PENCILED BY DAMION SCOTT
COVER BY will.i.am
120 PGS./Parental Advisory
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