Mötley Crüe may have just completed their farewell tour in sold out stadiums throughout the USA, but they will be rocking on in a new comic book based on the band’s story.
“Mötley Crüe: Livin’ The Fast Life” is a comic series focused on the band’s crazy, drug-fueled rock star antics throughout the years, as well as the incredible, innovative music that got them to the top and earned them a huge following among rock fans.
Nikki Sixx, Tommy Lee, Mick Mars and Vince Neil may have ended their on-stage band career with a spectacular final show at Los Angeles’ Staples Center, but their rock and roll legacy will always live on, as this comic book tribute shows. The comic was illustrated by Singaporean native Jayfri Hashim, who wrote the story along with Michael Frizell, and will be released as part of the Orbit series of comics.
The creators have remained silent on much of the subject matter, but have intrigued audiences with the promise that the comics will “highlight some of the more fanciful aspects of Crue’s mythology” (according to Frizell).
“Mötley Crüe: Livin’ the Fast Life” will be released on February 10th, and will be available for purchase through iTunes, Kindle, Nook, and most other e-readers.