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ROCK 'N' ROLL COMICS, USA

    Unauthorized and proud of it', ROCK 'N' ROLL COMICS was a comic book series published by Revolutionary Comics from 1989 to 1993. Revolutionary's flagship title, the series was notable for its unauthorized and unlicensed biographies of rock stars, told in comic book form but well-researched and geared to adults, often with very adult situations (nudity, drug use, violence, etc.)


    These 3 issues of ROCK'N'ROLL COMICS are entirely dedicated to Bob Dylan. If you want to see more Dylan related stories, or just Dylan references in Comics, visit the excellent CBR.com.

rock 'n' roll comics #50 magazine Bob Dylan front cover
#50, August 1992
rock 'n' roll comics #51 magazine Bob Dylan front cover
#51, September 1992
rock 'n' roll comics #52 magazine Bob Dylan front cover
#52, October 1992
rock 'n' roll comics #51 magazine Bob Dylan front cover
rock 'n' roll comics #52 magazine Bob Dylan front cover


Rare Blueline / Ashcan:
"When they made a comic book, writers and illustrators put it together, then sent it over to their printer. The printer printed a cheap to print 1 color "test" comic and sent it back to the creators. The artists, story writers and creative team made changes (written directly on the blueline or with post-it notes) to the blueline, and sent it back to the printer -all this was before computers and email were used-. Then the printer would make the changes to the book and burn the "test" copy... hence the name "ashcan", and another blueline was sent back to creative team with the changes made. New changes were made or it was approved for printing the full color run of the book." (eBay seller) Usually the Blueline were destroyed at the end of the process.


 

 

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