Willie Nelson (Hardcover)

A Graphic History (NBM Comics Biographies)

By Havard S. Johansen (Illustrator), T.J. Kirsch, Coskun Kuzgun (Illustrator), Jesse Lonergan (Illustrator), Jeremy Massie (Illustrator), Jason Pittman (Illustrator), Adam Walmsley (Illustrator), J.T. Yost (Illustrator)

NBM Publishing, 9781681122625, 96pp.

Publication Date: September 15, 2020

List Price: 16.99*
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Description

Since he was a child in Hill County, Texas, he has been writing and performing for adoring crowds. Though his mainstream success did not come until later in his life, he has been determined to take his unique sound and voice to the people even before he was a household name. There have been tragedies, missteps, IRS troubles, good times and bad along the way, but Willie continues to shine his positive outlook and project his humble voice out into the world. In this graphic novel biography, all the chapters represent a different era of his life and struggles - each illustrated by a unique indie comics talent.


About the Author

Håvard S. Johansen is a cartoonist and fine artist living in Oslo, Norway. T.J. Kirsch is an author and artist published by Oni Press, Image and Archie Comics, and NBM Graphic Novels. Coskun Kuzgun is an accomplished illustrator and comic artist residing in Turkey. Jesse Lonergan is a cartoonist and illustrator living in Pennsylvania. Jeremy Massie is an author and artist best known for his graphic novel All My Ghosts and the hit superhero series Amazing Age. Jason Pittman is an independent cartoonist and self publisher from Portland, Oregon. Adam Walmsley has contributed art to the NY Times Bestselling comic series Stuff Of Legend.


Praise For Willie Nelson: A Graphic History (NBM Comics Biographies)

"A graphic biography that highlights the phases and stages of the musician’s extraordinary career. In this collective portrait featuring Kirsch’s text, seven different illustrators—based all over the world, from Portland, Oregon, to Norway and Turkey—demonstrate the global reach of Willie Nelson." —Kirkus Reviews