Cheap Trick Frontman To Sign At Ape Entertainment Booth
Robin Zander on hand at SDCC to support new graphic Novel!
Robin Zander, lead singer of the seminal American rock band Cheap Trick, will be signing copies of his original graphic novel, The High Priest of Rhythmic Noise, at the Ape Entertainment booth (#2103-05) on Thursday July 22nd from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM.
Premiering at Comic-Con, The High Priest of Rhythmic Noise follows Sam, a pirate radio DJ who lives in the near future where one company runs the entire entertainment industry. Being without a proper license, he is arrested and thrown in jail only to escape and discover that there is more to this company than meets the eye, including the Dream Police, whom he must battle in a last stand of epic proportions.
Formed in 1974, Cheap Trick's career has spanned more than three decades and countless hit songs, including "Surrender," "I Want You to Want Me," "Dream Police," and "The Flame." Their latest album, Latest, was released in 2009.
For more information on Ape Entertainment, visit www.ape-entertainment.com. Founded in 2003, Ape Entertainment is the brainchild of lifelong comic book devotees David Hedgecock, and Brent E Erwin. Home to such popular titles as GO-GO GORILLA AND THE JUNGLE CREW, SUPERHUMAN RESOURCES, BLACK COAT, ATHENA VOLTAIRE, and THE TROUBLE WITH KATIE ROGERS, it is also the North American publisher for Dreamworks Animation licensed properties SHREK and THE PENGUINS OF MADAGASCAR.
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