The Beatles Yellow Submarine
Written By: Bill Morrison
In 1968, The Beatles' ambitious full-length animated film Yellow Submarine was released to widespread critical acclaim. Now, synonymous with the psychedelic pop culture of the 1960s, the vibrant images and surreal story have delighted generations of fans.

In the first graphic novel adaptation, readers experience the magic of the movie in brilliant, original illustrations. Each page is a burst of color as The Beatles are recruited by the Captain of the Yellow Submarine to help him free Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, and the world of Pepperland, from the music-hating Blue Meanies.

The Beatles Yellow Submarine is a must for the collection of any Beatles fan.

50TH ANNIVERSARY: Celebrate over five decades of Yellow Submarine with this fully authorized graphic novel adaptation

BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED: Features original full-color artwork of the beloved scenes and characters from Yellow Submarine, including The Beatles, Blue Meanies, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, the Lord Mayo, and Young Fred

FAITHFUL ADAPTATION: A complete retelling of the surreal story from the opening scenes to the triumphant ending

PERFECT GIFT FOR BEATLES FANS: The Beatles Yellow Submarine is the perfect gift for the Beatles fan in your life

OFFICIALLY LICENSED: Created in partnership with the studio that produced Yellow Submarine
Format: Hardbound
Publication Date: 10/17/2023
ISBN: 9798886633337
Pages: 112
Trim Size: 7.4803 x 11.4961 x .7

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Bill Morrison, : Bill Morrison is a multi-talented writer, artist, and editor that has worked with the most iconic characters in popular culture. He started out painting movie posters like Bambi or The Little Mermaid for Walt Disney, before moving on to writing and drawing The Simpsons and Futurama comic books for Bongo Comics. He has been Art Director on the Futurama TV series and character artist on Groening’s Netflix series, Disenchantment. Morrison also held the prestigious role as the fifth and final Executive Editor of MAD Magazine in the iconic humor publication’s seven-decade history.