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MUSIC GETS GRAPHIC

The worlds of music and comic books are colliding with increased frequency—and star power.

MUSIC IS A GENRE OF SOUND and passion, full of artists transforming their pain and love into sonic power. Comics are a genre of ink and paper, where creators use words and pictures to visualize fantasies of what never was and never could be. Recently, the two art forms have intersected for an unprecedented number of high-wattage projects, with some musicians, like hip-hop duo Rae Sremmurd, popping up in the pages of storied comics, and others, like the Weeknd, building entirely new comic universes and characters inspired by their

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