On the other hand it could be the enduring love people have for the fab four.
I think its a combination of all of the above.
In our review we looked at how this is a book screaming out to be film. It reads in such a fluid manner it can be used as an amazing entry into comics. It seems otherS agree if the comments below are anything to go by.
We have also included the full press release just so you can read more about the actual book itself.
After an amazing show of demand for Vivek J. Tiwary’s breakout graphic novel, The Fifth Beatle sailed to number five on the New York Times bestseller list in its first week on sale!
Praise for Vivek Tiwary’s The Fifth Beatle:
“Tiwary and Robinson break new ground by spotlighting the Beatles’ discoverer and manager, Brian Epstein, telling his story in graphic novel form. Robinson and Baker’s artwork is colorful and fluid, with rich, deep color palettes capturing the mod energy of the ’60s.” - Publishers Weekly
“It's captivating, brilliant, funny, and tragic, and it artistically captures every mood and locale associated with this era of Beatlemania. It's a must-have for Beatles fans and fans of great storytelling.” – Comic Book Resources
“Emotionally powerful and visually breathtaking, The Fifth Beatle: The Brian Epstein Story is one of the best graphic novels you’re going to read this year.” - Newsarama
"The true highlight of this book though is the actual story, it's a meaningful look at the life of one of entertainments most enigmatic and up to till now unexplored characters. I highly recommend anyone to read it whether you are a Beatles fan or not". Backwards Compatible