BOWIE

Stardust, Rayguns & Moonage Daydreams

Written By: Michael Allred, Laura Allred, Steve Horton, Neil Gaiman
$39.99
In life, David Bowie was one of the most magnetic icons of modern pop culture, seducing generations of fans with both his music and his counterculture persona. In death, the cult of Bowie has only intensified. As a musician alone, Bowie’s legacy is remarkable, but his place in the popular imagination is due to so much more than his music. As a visual performer, he defied classification with his psychedelic aesthetics, his larger-than-life image, and his way of hovering on the border of the surreal.

BOWIE: Stardust, Rayguns & Moonage Daydreams chronicles the rise of Bowie’s career from obscurity to fame; and paralleled by the rise and fall of his alter ego as well as the rise and fall of Ziggy Stardust. As the Spiders from Mars slowly implode, Bowie wrestles with his Ziggy persona. The outcome of this internal conflict will change not only David Bowie, but also, the world.
Format: Hardbound
Published on: 1/7/2020
ISBN: 9781683834489
Pages: 160
Trim Size: 8.5 x 11.25

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Michael Allred, Artist: Michael Allred is a world-renowned comic book artist. He has been a substantial contributor to seminal works such as SANDMAN, SILVER SURFER, BATMAN ’66, X-FORCE, X-STATIX, and iZombie.

Laura Allred, Artist: Laura Allred is an Eisner-winning colorist. In 2012 she won an Eisner Award for her work coloring iZombie and Madman after two previous nominations, in 1998 for Red Rocket 7 and in 2000 for Madman and Happydale.

Steve Horton, Author: Steve Horton is the writer of the critically acclaimed Satellite Falling, which award-winning comics writer Jimmy Palmiotti called his "new favorite book." Horton has worked for a number of comic book publishers, including DC, Image, Dark Horse and IDW.

Neil Gaiman, Foreword Contributor: Neil Gaiman is a New York Times best-selling author whose work has won countless awards. He is world-renowned for his works, including Sandman, Coraline, American Gods, and Anansi Boys. Recently, Gaiman wrote a critically acclaimed TV miniseries Good Omens.

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