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Alex Zalben is a freelance writer and comedian living in New York. He’s written for MTV Geek, AMC, Nerve, UGO and more, as well as the original Marvel Comics’ series ‘Thor and the Warriors Four’. You can follow him on Twitter at @azalben.

Worst Music Comic Books
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‘Onyx: Fight’ – Worst Music Comic Books

We’ll be honest, we haven’t actually read this one. But the 'Slam' and 'Judgement Night' auteurs' first and only graphic novel courtesy of Marvel's short-lived Music line has the following description on Amazon that doesn’t give us a lot of hope that its any good: “WAT DO YO DO WHEN YOU ARE RAPPERS IN POST-ATOMIC HOLOCAUST NEW YORK? FIGHT!”

We would have gone with rap, but I guess that’s why we’re not in the Onyx Graphic Novel business

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‘Kid n’ Play’ – Worst Music Comic Books

Not content to conquer all house parties on the big screen, “rap” duo Kid n’ Play also made a name for themselves in a Saturday morning cartoon series that ran for two seasons on NBC. That was then spun off into a Marvel Comic that only lasted nine issues, mainly because the Venn Diagram of People Who Like Softcore Rap, People Who Watch Saturday Morning Cartoons, and People Who Read Comics Based On Saturday Morning Cartoons is basically three unconnected circles

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‘Lita Ford: Queen of Heavy Metal’ – Worst Music Comic Books

Published in the ‘90s by Malibu Comics, this comic featured the former lead guitarist of The Runaways and 'Kiss Me Deadly' singer as a sort of futuristic, guitar-wielding amazon warrior. It ran for over three hundred issues, and is considered one of the most influential comics of all time

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‘Aerosmith’ – Worst Music Comic Books

Long before Bluewater, there was Rock N’ Roll Comics, which peddled cut rate biographies of rock bands and artists with a proud, “100% unauthorized material!” label on the cover. One victim of their comics? Aerosmith, who, if you knew nothing else about the band, you would think from the look of the comic that their lead singer was some sort of Frog-Man

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