See a Never-Before-Seen Page from Bill Morrison's Yellow Submarine Adaptation, in Stores This Week

The Beatles Yellow Submarine, written and penciled by Bill Morrison with inks by Andrew Pepoy, colors by Nathan Kane, and letters by Aditya Bidikar, is finally in stores this week, and Bleeding Cool has got a preview (including one EXCLUSIVE, never-before-seen page).

Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of The Beatles' Yellow Submarine, the graphic novel is the biggest thing to hit music/comics collaborations since Rob Liefeld's Abbey Road.

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The book is on sale August 28th. Check out the preview below, including one BC EXCLUSIVE never-before-seen page!

Writer/Artist: Bill Morrison
Inks: Andrew Pepoy
Colors: Nathan Kane
Lettering: Aditya Bidikar
Publisher: Titan Comics
Hardcover, 292mm x 190mm 
112pp, $29.99/£26.99
On Sale: August 28, 2018
ISBN: 9781785863943

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' Yellow Submarine comes this fully authorized graphic novel adaptation.

The music-loving, underwater paradise of Pepperland has been overrun by the music-hating Blue Meanies and their leader, Chief Blue Meanie.

They turn the people of Pepperland into living statues by dropping apples on them and imprison the Pepperland's guardians, Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band inside a soundproof blue glass globe, before confiscating all the music instruments in the land. Pepperland's mayor sends aging sailor, Young Fred out in the fabled Yellow Submarine to find help. He travels to our world where he stumbles across the Beatles and begs them to help him free his world. They agree and head back to Pepperland, teaming up with Jeremy The Nowhere Man along the way to help overthrow the evil Blue Meanies through the power of music and love.

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