18-page preview: Johnny Cash - I See A Darkness graphic novel
23rd Nov 2009 | 16:18
18-page graphic novel preview
Last month, independent publishers SelfMadeHero released the first in a series of Graphic Biographies: Johnny Cash - I See A Darkness (named after a track and album by Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, re-recorded by Cash for 2000's American III: Solitary Man).
Created by artist Reinhard Kleist, the award-winning novel gloriously depicts The Man In Black's life from his 1956 sessions with Elvis Presley, 1968's infamous Folsom Prison gig, his comeback in the 1990s and the final years before his death in 2003.
We've got our hands on a preview copy so, sit back and scroll through our exclusive 18-page I See A Darkness gallery. For those looking for a suitably dour Xmas gift for the Johnny Cash fan in their life, you can order a copy here.