Turn Me On, Dead Man: A Review of Image Comics’ Paul is Dead Graphic Novel
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Review by Tony Dillard

We all know that Paul McCartney died in a fiery car crash and was replaced with the winner of a Beatles look-a-like contest. Or did he? Explore the myth and legend of the death of one of the Fab Four in Image Comics‘ new graphic novel: Paul is Dead!

Turn Me On, Dead Man: A Review of Image Comics’ Paul is Dead Graphic Novel

Paul is Dead: When The Beatles Lost Paul

Writer: Paolo Baron
Artist: Ernesto Carbonetti
Publisher: Image Comics
Code: FEB200089
SRP: $16.99

Paul is Dead is a trippy narrative about the conspiracy theory that Paul of the Beatles died and was replaced by a doppelganger to prevent mass chaos from fans of the Fab Four. In November 1966, Paul gets in a fight with the other three members of the Beatles. He angrily drives off to his home, runs into a tree and is burnt to a crisp in a fiery death.

Right off the bat, I know that Paolo Baron is an unreliable narrator.

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