StormFront Comics is pleased to announce the release of a brand new comic book biography on the life of a rock icon as part of their popular Orbit series. Orbit: George Harrison, will be released this week and will be available in both print and digital.
He was not just the “quiet” Beatle living in the shadow of John Lennon and Paul McCartney, or the writer of some of the most covered songs in rock history. George was a creative force in his own right; a spiritual architect living in a material world. In this book, writer Carlos Pagola Morales explores Harrison´s story from his teens from his untimely death. We will go through his conversion ceremony to Hinduism as through the different parts of his life, which represented a new brand start in his career as an artist as well as his human growth.
“No one could begin to estimate the contribution Harrison and the Beatles have given us,” said Darren G. Davis, president of StormFront Comics. “George Harrison is the perfect choice for our ‘Orbit’ series. He was so much more than just a rock star. He is a respected musician, film producer, and humanitarian, I consider him a standard-bearer of peace and spirituality.”
The 32-page comic book features the art and cover by Angel Bernuy and written by Morales will sell for $3.99. There will be alternate covers available by famed artist Graham Hill.
Also available digitally from StormFront is the 279-page “Rock & Roll Comics: The Beatles Experience” graphic novel, that features the history of the Beatles. The 22-page single issue comics books “Tribute: John Lennon” and “Orbit: Paul McCartney: Carry That Weight”.
Subjects of StormFront’s “Orbit” have included Keith Richards, Stephen King, and Howard Stern, Ozzy Osborne, Jerry Garcia, Metallica, Alice Cooper, Bono and Bon Jovi.
To order all the comic books exclusively at Comic Flea Market in print for $3.99.
The biography comic book series has been embraced by the media and featured on television news outlets including The Today Show and on CNN. The series has also been featured in many publications such as The Los Angeles Times, MTV, Time Magazine, and People Magazine.
Digital copies will also be available for $3.99. Download the comic to your e-reader from iTunes, Kindle, ComiXology, DriveThru Comics, Google Play, Madefire, My Digital Comics, Overdrive, Iverse, Biblioboard, Flipkart, Axis360, Epic!, Blio, Entitle, Comicblender.com, Indie Comic Tracker, Wheeler, Scoop, Nook, Kobo and wherever eBooks are sold.