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New comic book details the life of Ringo Starr

/ 08:41 AM January 07, 2022
A page from a comic book celebrating the life of Ringo Starr is seen in this undated handout image obtained on January 6, 2022. Tidalwave Productions/Handout via REUTERS

A page from a comic book celebrating the life of Ringo Starr is seen in this undated handout image obtained on Jan. 6, 2022. Image: Tidalwave Productions via Reuters

The life of former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr is being chronicled in a new comic book as part of TidalWave Comics’ “Orbit” series that celebrates public figures “who impact the world.”

The 22-page book will detail how Starr, 81, “overcame life-threatening illnesses during childhood to how he became one of the world’s best drummers of all time in The Beatles.”

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Written by David Cromarty and illustrated by Victor Moura, the comic book will be available in both print and digital formats, and will be released on Jan. 12.

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“This comic book has been in the work for years,” said publisher Darren G. Davis. “We have done comic books on the other Beatles so this one was a natural one to do for us.” GSG/JB

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