Rush fans who loved the loved the legendary Canuck prog-rockers' 2012 "Clockwork Angels" studio album, tour and novelization can now look forward to an upcoming comic book series.
According to an article posted Dec. 11 at USAToday.com, the 2013 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees will launch a new graphic novel series based on the critically acclaimed concept album in March with the unveiling of the six-issue Boom! Studios miniseries "Clockwork Angels."
Co-created by Rush lyricist/drummer Neil Peart and "Clockwork Angels: The Novel" author Kevin J. Anderson, the series follows the coming-of-age story of a naïve youngster in a turn-of-the-century world of airborne steam liners, pirates, carnivals, working alchemy and wind-up contraptions.
Last month, the iconic Toronto power trio released a live DVD/Blu-ray/CD, titled "Rush: Clockwork Angels Tour." which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Music Video chart for the week of Dec. 7.
The release contains three hours of concert footage from shows filmed during the Toronto natives' hugely successful 2012 Clockwork Angels tour on Nov. 28 in Dallas, Texas.
Fans looking for Rush swag for the holiday season can purchase a limited edition deluxe package of the set at Rush.com.
Did you know? Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson has revealed this that the band plan to take a break until next summer before making anymore tour or recording plans.