15 Rappers Featured In Comic Books

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Earlier this week, XXL got an exclusive look at the comic book that accompany Ghostface Killah and Adrian Younge’s upcoming album 12 Reasons To Die. While the folks at Black Mask Studios look like they’ve perfect captured the spirit of Ghost and Younge’s giallo horror-meets-crime narrative, the Wu-Tang emcee isn’t the first to get the comic book treatment. Now, XXL has decided to take an extensive looks at hip-hop’s comic book history, from acclaimed works like MF Grimm’s Sentences to illustrated punch-lines like Onyx’s Fight.

  • Rusty-J

    As much as this might get backlash, you guys missed the Insane Clown Posse. They had their own comic book series for a while. They just tend to get looked over in general, and I’m not necessarily a fan, but lets be honest, they were the first rappers from Detroit to go platinum, and not a group to be over looked in stuff like this.