Checklist‎ > ‎Countries‎ > ‎United Kingdom‎ > ‎Marvel Comics (UK)‎ > ‎

MARVEL SUPER SPECIAL #7: SGT PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND (UK) (1979) Marvel Comcs

cover:  Bob Larkin
MARVEL SUPER SPECIAL #7: SGT PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND (UK)
Date: 1979
Cover Price: 
Publisher: marvel.com

Description
NOT ACTUAL COVER, cover scan from melaka, via Bulledair.com, of the  SGT PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND (France) (1979) Edition Artima

This version is in Dutch, from the Netherlands or Belgium.



  • Countries‎ > ‎Serbia‎ > ‎Политикин Забавник (Politikin Zabavnik) (Serbia)‎ > ‎

  • Recent Announcements

    • 20 years of Baltimore Comic-Con Program Books Steve C writes: BALTIMORE COMIC-CON 2001 (28 Oct 2001) Baltimore, Maryland A page from the Baltimore Comic-Con program book: Twenty years of program book covers. I'm thrilled to be included among such admirable and excellent cartoonists... George Perez, Steranko, Frank Cho, George Perez, Brandon Christopher Peterson, John Romita, Frank Cho, Frank Cho, Mike Mignola, Brandon Peterson, George Perez, Barry Kitson, Steve Hamaker, David Petersen, George Perez, Walt Simonson, Francesco Francavilla, Kevin Eastman, Jamar Nicholas, Sean Chen and Chris Ivy, and Steve Conley
      Posted by Vu Nguyen
    Showing posts 1 - 1 of 4974. View more »
    Credits
    "Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" (48 pages) 
    writer:  David Kraft
    D Jon Zimmerman
    art:  George Perez
    Jim Mooney
    colors:  Janice Cohen
    letters:  N/A
    editor:  N/A
    Related

    MARVEL SUPER SPECIAL #4: BEATLES STORY (1978)
    Marvel Comics

    MARVEL SUPER SPECIAL #7: SGT PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND (THE BOOTLEG EDITION) (Jan 1979)
    Marvel Comics

    MARVEL SUPER SPECIAL #4: BEATLES STORY (France) (1979)

    MARVEL SUPER SPECIAL #7: SGT PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND (UK) (1979)

    MARVEL SUPER SPECIAL #7: SGT PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND (Netherlands) (1978)

    MARVEL SUPER SPECIAL #7: SGT PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND (France) (1979)

    SGT PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND (Gérard Cottreau) (France) (1979)

    SGT PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND (France) (1979)
    Edition Artima

    THE BEATLES STORY #1 (Italy) (1980)

    ЛОЛИТИКИН ЗAБAВННК #1572 (Politikin Zabavnik) (Serbia) (12 Feb 1982)
    Politika
    >>>


    It Was Fifty Years Ago Today! The Beatles: Sgt Pepper & Beyond out now on VOD/DVD

    posted Sep 8, 2017, 10:20 PM by Vu Nguyen [ updated Sep 8, 2017, 10:25 PM ]

    From Vu


    MARVEL SUPER SPECIAL #4: BEATLES STORY (1978)
    Marvel Comics

    MARVEL SUPER SPECIAL #7: SGT PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND (UK) (1979)
    Marvel Comics
    I got this press release that the Beatles documentary It Was Fifty Years Ago Today! The Beatles: Sgt Pepper & Beyond came out on Video on Demand, DVD and Bluray today (September 8th).  You can grab a copy at amzn.to. You may remember George Perez drew The Beatles Story and the unpublished (at least in America) Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band comic book.

    >>>
    BFD (distributed by The Orchard) is pleased to announce that it will release the all new highly anticipated Beatles documentary IT WAS FIFTY YEARS AGO TODAY! THE BEATLES: SGT. PEPPER & BEYOND on VOD & DVD across the USA on September 8th 2017.

    From the Emmy nominated director of Monty Python: Almost The Truth, Alan G. Parker (Rebel Truce: The Story of The Clash, Hello Quo, Never Mind the Sex Pistols, Who Killed Nancy) and produced by Reynold D’Silva and Alexa Morris, the film features incredible rare archival footage unseen since the 1960s. The film also features rare interviews with The Beatles’ original drummer Pete Best, John Lennon’s sister Julia Baird, Beatles’ manager Brian Epstein’s secretary Barbara O’Donnell, Steve Diggle of the Buzzcocks, Beatles associate Tony Bramwell, Pattie Boyd’s sister Jenny Boyd, Hunter Davies, Simon Napier-Bell, Ray Connolly, Bill Harry, Philip Norman, Steve Turner, Andy Peebles, Freda Kelly and The Merseybeats.

    IT WAS FIFTY YEARS AGO TODAY! THE BEATLES: SGT. PEPPER & BEYOND examines the year 1967, the year that would arguably be the most crucial in the band’s career, a year in which they stopped being the world’s number one touring band and instead became the world’s most innovative recording artists, pushing the boundaries of what could be achieved in the studio. Unable to hear themselves perform and mired by controversy, the band decided to stop touring in August 1966. What followed was a period of extreme creativity and rebirth during which they embraced Swinging London, the ‘avant-garde’, LSD and the advent of the Summer Of Love. The result was the creation of their new alter ego, Sgt. Pepper, with the desire to create a pop music first, the concept album.

    A devoted fan since the age of nine, the film’s director Alan G. Parker has set out to explore this period by filming interviews with former employees, fellow musicians, family member and journalists, all of whom were there at the time. These stories are in turn supported by a vast array of impressive archival footage, much of it not seen since first transmission. The result is a detailed examination of why the band stopped touring, how the album was conceived and its recording at EMI's Abbey Road Studios, its lyrics, the creation of its sleeve and finally its release. All this is set against a background of the band’s changing relationship with their manager, Brian Epstein and the tragedy of his death, the creation of Apple and the powerful influence of the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.

    Director Alan G. Parker said: “We’re combining first-hand accounts of the events that allowed ‘Sgt. Pepper’ to happen with rare and unseen footage that we’ve forensically unearthed from mainstream archives and private collectors. The last days of touring.... the execution of the album.... and the aftermath that it left behind will, I hope, give the audience an intimate sense of the band, the time and the impact of this extraordinary album”.



    Vinnie Rattolle's: Sgt Pepper comic adaptation

    posted Aug 7, 2011 8:43 PM by vu sleeper

    From fb: george-perez.com


    MARVEL SUPER SPECIAL #7: SGT PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND (UK) (1979)
    http://vinnierattolle.blogspot​.com/2009/05/sgt-pepper-marvel​-super-special.html

    Vinnie Rattolle's: Sgt Pepper comic adaptation
    vinnierattolle.blogspot.com

    Thank you so much for this!One note: if anyone's having difficulty unzipping the JPG file, it's because the file addresses grow too long. Select "Open Archive" (I use 7-Zip) and then rename the base folder inside the archive to something shorter, then extract that folder (rather than multiple folder...




    Original Pages From Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
    News  Wed, 21 Mar 2007 21:31:46 CST  Ilke
    From Ilke

    MARVEL SUPER SPECIAL #7: SGT PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND (UK) (1979)
    A couple pages... in English! (It's the original art, after all.)


    PAGE 17 (1979)

    PAGE 19 (1979)

    News: Perez Interview From SDCC 2004

    Sun, 03 Sep 2006 09:26:06 CST [ submitted by Ilke ]
     From scoop.diamondgalleries.com

    SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON 2004 (Jul 19-22, 2004)

    MARVEL SUPER SPECIAL #7: SGT PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND (UK) (1979)
    Geroge Perez with Billy Tucci, and John Romita Jr. (Jul 2004)
    George Perez: 10 Questions with Mike Solof
    Superstars, Scoop, Friday, July 14, 2006

    Each year, Scoop photographer and internet DJ Mike Solof travels to a number of comic book conventions, including Comic-Con International: San Diego, to take pictures of the creators, publishers, retailers, fans, exhibitors, panelists and even the architecture at the show. In 2004, Solof started interviewing some of his subjects.

    (excerpt)

    Scoop: What's your weirdest inspiration for a story?
    GP: I was doing Crimson Plague and I had a certain idea of the power, like Aliens deadly blood and the model I was working with asked me what happens when she menstruates and the entire series took on a different tone from that point on.

    Scoop: If you could change one word, one line, one moment, one story or one piece of artwork that you've done, what would that be?
    GP: Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band the comic adaptation of the movie. I would have said no! Wipe that off the face of the earth.

    [ Read more George Perez: 10 Questions with Mike Solof ]

    News: Perez & Sgt Pepper Comic in Pittsburgh

    May 26, 2005 07:05 pm
     From Tony Lorenz (email)
    Here's some pixs from the Pittsburgh show sent to me by Mark Mcintosh, Mark is holding up a copy of the ultra rare Sgt Pepper Lonely Heart Club Band Comic Penciled by George.

    MARK MCINTOSH & GEORGE PEREZ (22 Apr 2005), at the PITTSBURGH COMICON 2005
    GEORGE PEREZ & TOM SMITH (22 Apr 2005), at the PITTSBURGH COMICON 2005
    News: Excerpt From Comiczone Interview (Oct 2004)

    January 02, 2005 02:07 am
     From Vu (email)
    You can download a clip of this at rapidshare.de (mp3 format)

    >>>
    COMIC ZONE RADIO PROGRAM 10/4/2004
    Radio Broadcast

    (excerpt)


    COMIC ZONE RADIO PROGRAM (4 Oct 2004)

    MARVEL SUPER SPECIAL #7: SGT PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND (UK) (1979)
    Oh, you know what? I found out, George, that we have a caller on the line who would like to ask you a question. Ed, let's bring on Mark from Ohio.
    Mark: Hi George, I got something that's gonna scare the crap out of you. Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, Dutch version.

    George: You actually HAVE a version of that book?

    Mark: Yeah, we met at Pittsburgh, I showed you the original pages to Sgt Pepper.

    George: And I've signed original pieces of artworks. I've never, to this day, have seen published version of the book. And I'm sorry for whatever it's doing to your eyeballs right now.

    Mark: Oh, Mooney just butchered it up. But, I was very happy to get it. Are you going to be in Pittsburgh.

    George: Oh, I'm always at Pittsburgh.

    Mark: Okay, I just wanted to make sure, because I can't wait to scare you.

    George: Believe me, I'm dying to see it. I'm actually past the point that the blister is still sore. So, I'm actually curious to see what this book. You probably have the rarest of vintage artwork you can find.

    Mark: I've had some nasty things [said about me] on the website, your official website. I don't know if it's yours.

    George: The official website is run by a man named Vu Nguyen. He actually started it before I even knew about it. I've been so flattered by his dedication on running this website, which is now going for six years. Hey, I don't have to do anything for it. I'm such a lazy person.

     July 31, 2004 11:38 am | Sgt Pepper Comic in Europe
    From hawkeyejune1964

    MARVEL SUPER SPECIAL #7: SGT PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND (UK) (1979)
    Sgt.Pepper Found in Europe
    « Thread started on: 07/30/04 at 3:58pm »

    I found a Sgt. Pepper movie adaptation magazine-style book with, non other, than Mr George Perez doing art with inks by "I will shoot him when I meet him" Jim Mooney. This is the "Holy Grail" of books, George has supposedly never signed a copy ! You heard it fan boyz, never signed a copy of this only released in Europe book ! I also have a page of original art from the book, scored many moons ago from bad ass Tim and signed by both George and (shitty inker) Jim Mooney so eat your hearts out posers ! I da MAN.



    Comments