GodSpeed: The Kurt Cobain Graphic Paperback – Illustrated, 7 Mar 2011
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About the Author
Barnaby Legg has been creating graphic novels and other assorted fictions inside his head since early childhood, and you cannot imagine what a relief it is for him to finally get this one out.
Jim McCarthy is a widely published illustrator and comic strip artist. He has created for 2000AD, working on Bad Company, Bix Barton, The Grudgefather and Kid Cyborg. He is also the author of Voice of Latin Rock: Music from the Streets.
Flameboy was born from hell into a satanic cult. Eventually he broke free but is cursed, probably for the rest of his natural time here on earth. Maybe a career in comics will save him.
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However all that said, there are many good things about the book and the length of it can equally be argued as a positive or a negative. The drawing is pretty cool, okay, some of the character drawings fall short of their mark but generally the artwork is good, Courtney in particular is done with wicked accuracy. The story of Kurt is written to give you a rough idea of his story and fans are bound to find the book more of a positive. It would have been brilliant had it been of sufficient length but if you want the traditional biography I reckon 'Heavier Than Heaven by Charles R. Cross is the one to go for.