15 Rappers Featured In Comic Books

Kid-n-Play-Comic

Kid-N-Play, 1992

For a brief spell in the early ’90s, Kid-N-Play was one of hip-hop’s most ubiquitous acts. In addition to a string of successful albums, films (namely the House Party series) and even a Saturday morning cartoon, the Corona Queens duo found themselves in the Marvel universe with their own short-lived comic book.

[via Comic Vine]

  • 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.