The History of Motörhead Becoming a Graphic Novel


UNITED KINGDOM – DECEMBER 01: Photo of MOTORHEAD; Phil Taylor, Lemmy, Fast Eddie Clarke (Photo by Fin Costello/Redferns).


The story of Motörhead will be in graphic novel-form this fall! At 144 pages, the graphic novel will cover the history of the band’s 40 year career. Motörhead: The Rise of the Loudest Band in the World is written by the same guy who gave us the adult-puzzle book Motörhead: Where is Lemmy?.

You can expect to find the graphic novel starting September 7!

What other bands should have their story told through graphic novels? Will you be reading this book about Motörhead?

 

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