The Beatles Archives

Quincy Jones
You know, I met Paul McCartney when he was 21. What were your first impressions of the Beatles? That they were the worst musicians in the world They were no-playing motherfuckers Paul was the worst bass player I ever heard And Ringo? Don't even talk about it I remember once we were in the studio with George Martin,[...]
William Stout: A Career To Envy
Probably his most infamous piece of work in his entire career was the cover for BeatlSsongs! BeatleSongs! was an album filled with songs by various artists but not with covers of Beatles songs, but instead with songs about the Beatles The cover included an image John Lennon's killer, Mark Chapman Both Stout and Rhino Records[...]
Titan Publish Exclusive 'The Beatles: Yellow Submarine' Ashcan At San Diego Comic-Con
Titan Comics is publishing the official graphic novel adaptation of The Beatles: Yellow Submarine in 2018 to tie in with the 50th anniversary of the release of the movie, and the publisher will be making a special preview ashcan available exclusively at San Diego Comic-Con. On sale at Booth #5537, this special The Beatles: Yellow Submarine ashcan will contain 14 psychedelic[...]
Titan Beatles Yellow Submarine Vinyl Figures
The Beatles Yellow Submarine film is turning 50 soon, and on top of publishing a graphic novel adaptation, Titan will be releasing another wave of Beatles blind box 3-inch vinyl figures Titan vinyl figures are pretty neat, and these will be no different, with some neat variants complimenting the wave as well. Titan Merchandise is proud to[...]
Titan Producing Beatles: Yellow Submarine Comic Adaptation By Bill Morrison
New Mad Magazine editor, Bongo Comics co-founder, and third cousin of Grant twice removed Bill Morrison is writing and drawing a new adaptation of The Beatles' 1968 psychedelic masterpiece Yellow Submarine for Titan Comics for the movie's 50th anniversary. The news was revealed in an EXCLUSIVE article on THR, which also included a few preview pages from the[...]
On This Day In Pop Culture For February 11
Listen to how loud that was. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ITSboOM8uw4Video can't be loaded because JavaScript is disabled: The Beatles first live US concert at the Washington Coliseum – Twist and Shout 1964 Beatles (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ITSboOM8uw4) 1990- Buster Douglas (40 to 1 odds against him winning) defeated Mike Tyson, to become the new undisputed heavyweight champion of the world, in one of the[...]
The Fifth Beatle Made The NY Times Best Seller List – And It's Easy To See Why
Robinson and Kyle Baker, with Steve Dutro lettering.  The interest generated by the book so far justifies Tiwary's early fixation and also the choice of the comics medium to tell a story that's equally biographical, mythological in undertones, and very much about the visual nature of pop culture. The book is divided into three significant chapters[...]
Andrew Robinson on The Fifth Beatle
My friend Mark Irwin asked me if I wanted to do a Beatles project, and I said 'Hell yeah! It's the Beatles!' It was the dream of a lifetime to have such a great script and since then the book's been a great marker of my life. I had always wanted to do a book about[...]