House of Gold & Bones by Richard ClarkThe second issue of the comic will arrive on May It is now available for pre-order at this location. The official synopsis for the comic book reads, "Traveling through his new reality, the Human stumbles across an unlikely ally. But with the zombielike Numbers hounding their steps, they must make some unusual choices to avoid capture in an unknown world, with troubling consequences. But can the Human really trust his new friend's advice and find his way home again? I always had this idea, but it was just a nugget, and it was never anything fleshed out or anything extensive.
Special music/comic episode :)
House of Gold & Bones (comics)
Titled "The Overture" and featuring art by Richard P. With the first issue on sale now and the second following May 22, CBR News spoke with Taylor, who provided commentary on issue 1. Plus, check out CBR's exclusive preview of the second issue. CBR News: Corey, the name of the series' first issue is "The Overture" which everyone knows as a musical term, but your fans specifically know that the story of this book matches the music on your album. How did the opening songs help shape the overture of the series? Corey Taylor: Obviously, I was working on the short story while we were working on the album, and I was going back and forth between the two making sure all the beats were there -- the action beats and the literary beats.
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I started off with a comic I knew would mean a lot to me as my first article. I will be posting as much as I can to review as much as possible, as reading takes up time that life can interfere with, but I hope you enjoy. And if you have any requests during any of the articles, feel free to leave them down in the comments and I will try my best to get to them. Music and comic books together, of course! Still, most may know Taylor as the man of two faces, being the front man of Grammy Award-winning heavy metal band Slipknot, and the two time Grammy Award-nominated rock band Stone Sour.