Officially licensed RUSH graphic novel chronicling the making of Rush’s classic album “A Farewell to Kings.”
RUSH, the well-known Canadian power trio, is one of the most influential rock bands of all-time, with more than 40 million records sold worldwide. This epic, fully authorized graphic novel chronicles the birth of Rush’s classic album “A Farewell to Kings”. Relive the trials and triumphs alongside Alex Lifeson, Geddy Lee, and Neil Peart as they create the masterpiece of progressive rock that gave birth to “Closer to the Heart” & the majestic “Xanadu”. The book features artwork and storytelling from Fantoons, with new input from Alex Lifeson (Rush guitar player) and Terry Brown (the producer of the album).
Lindsay Lee is an illustrator and co-author of Where Is Alice Cooper? An artist since birth, Lindsay brings her love of music and her unique illustration style to her role as an artist and writer for the award-winning animation studio Fantoons, where she has worked on best-selling titles like Ninja Sex Party: The Graphic Novel, Rush: The Making of a Farewell to Kings, and Neil Peart: The Illustrated Quotes. Lindsay currently lives in Tennessee, and when she's not helping create material for the greatest artists in the cosmos, she’s perfecting her own original comic.
This fully-authorized graphic novel reveals all the details behind the scenes (from heated discussions over the direction of the album to candid, share laughs between the guys) in a vivid, full-color comic book.
– Tim Chan, ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE
Surprising, really, just how much this graphic novel brings new, highly enjoyable dimensions to the story behind the making of Rush's landmark fifth album [A Farewell to Kings]
– James McNair, PLANET ROCK
The Making Of A Farewell To Kings is a must have for any Rush fan. Like the music of the band themselves it’s done with the greatest quality, attention to detail and humor. A great graphic novel and fun read!
– Eddie Trunk
The story of the making of A Farewell to Kings has been told before, but never in such a fresh and unique way. The format "fits" Rush and their fans perfectly, and FANTOONS literally brings the story to life with this graphic novel. It's a welcome addition to the Rush library, and a must read for any Rush fan.