In My Skin

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Omnibus Press, 2004 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 96 pages
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An exciting graphic novel from the creative team behind the groundbreaking Godspeed: The Kurt Cobain Graphic, published by Omnibus Press in 2003. From the Government housing slums in Detroit to the bling-bling penthouses of the Hip-Hop monarchy, Marshall Mathers has had quite a journey. This is a presentation of the documentation of his life that is angry, vivid, and shockingly honest.

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Mister Mathers has interested me since I heard 'My Name Is' shortly after it's release. I think his music has it's moments, but too few to bother with. Eminem has built a bright, colourful and very ... Read full review


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Barnaby Legg. Guionista. Barnaby Legg ha escrito un variado y reconocido repertorio de obras de ficcion. Nacido en el distrito de Grimbsy, en Humberside, divide su tiempo entre la creacion de musica soulpunk con su banda Girlfriends, y el lanzamiento al aire de sus brillantes ideas.

Jim McCarthy. Guionista. Prestigiosa ilustrador y dibujante de comics, superventas en el Reino Unido y conocido en todo el mundo. Ha creado famosas series para la revista britanica 2000 AD, como Bad Company, Bix Barton, The Grudge Father y Kid Cyborg, y acaba de terminar una detallada historia del rock latino en la costa Oeste de Estados Unidos, prologada por el mismisimo Carlos Santana, y titulada Voices of Latin Rock: Music From the Streets.***** Jim McCarthy. Screenwriter. Prestigious illustrator and sketcher of comics, best-seller in the United Kingdom and well known throughout the world. He has created famous series for the British magazine 2000 AD, such as Bad Company, Bix Barton, The Grudge Father and Kid Cyborg, and has just finished a detailed history of Latin American rock in the US West coast, with a prologue by Carlos Santana himself, entitled Voices of Latin Rock: Music From the Streets.

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