The Comic Book Bin reports: Rising from the pits of Hades this August, "Black Metal" is a full-length graphic novel by Rick Spears ("Teenagers from Mars", "Pirates of Coney Island", "Dead West") and Chuck B.B."I've been a metal nerd since day one, and to be working on this book is a dream. Drawing something that doesn't mock the epic realm of black metal music, but instead totally embraces and showcases its true power," explains series artist Chuck B.B. "Black Metal" is the story of Sam and Shawn, misunderstood twins with a mysterious lineage and a penchant for the darkest metal. Though daily plagued by the rituals of the normal; school, shopping trips to the mall, and little brothers, the boys endeavor to stay true to the blackness in their souls. When they acquire the new FROST AXE album, their true destiny is revealed: they are the Roth incarnate. Read more at The Comic Book Bin.
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