Lennon: The New York Years

David Foenkinos (Author) Corbeyran (Author)
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In 1975 John Lennon moved to New York City, stopped being a Beatle, and started being a father. Now, experience life from Lennon's perspective as David Foenkinos' mesmerizing story is adapted to graphic form by Corbeyran and Horne.

Though his life was cut tragically short in front of his home by a fan, John Lennon's forty years on earth changed millions of lives and shaped the course of pop culture. Many know the Beatle, the activist, the man gone balmy over Yoko -- but more lies beneath the surface.

From the imagined couch of a fictional therapist in NYC's posh Dakota building, Lennon recounts the many joys, shortcomings, failures, and triumphs that marked this pop culture juggernaut's rise to superstardom. Journey through an icon's isolated homelife, prying classmates, violent behaviour and self-destructive tendencies as the building blocks of explosive creativty fall into place.

Nominated for a 2018 Eisner Award for Best Reality-Based Work

Product Details

Price: $19.99
Publisher: IDW Publishing
Published Date: May 30, 2017
Pages: 156
Dimensions: 8.0 X 0.6 X 11.1 inches | 1.7 pounds
ISBN: 9781631408793

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About the Author

Corbeyran is comic writer born in Marseille in 1964 that has lived in Bordeaux since 1987. After working as a holiday host and then as a freelance graphic designer in advertising, he made his first steps in the comic strip by signing the screenplay for the album Les Griffes Du Marais (Vents d'Ouest), published in January 1990. 180 albums later, appreciated by aficionados and the general public, he is now one of the most prominent French writers. David Foenkinos is a French author and screenwriter. He studied literature and music in Paris. His novel La délicatesse is a bestseller in France. A film based on the book was released in December 2011, with Audrey Tautou as the main character. In 2014 he was awarded Prix Renaudot for his novel "Charlotte."


"For those who remember/appreciate the man, his music, or the era of which he was so iconic, this is a fascinating study of one of the most significant artists of an era." -ComicWow.tv