Fans of The Weeknd will be gratified to know he is partnering with Marvel to recover a comic book.
The Starboy hitmaker will be releasing the first issue of the proclamation next year but the thespian has shared a hide look for propitious fans to hold on to in the meantime.
The comic, which shares the same name as the 27-year-old’s latest album, has a front cover that looks flattering cool, and facilities an painting of the singer, with the right arm of his cloak appearing to have been burned off, and the arm bandaged up and surrounded by something fundamentally supernatural.
The Weeknd and Marvel presents : STARBOY… comic book coming soon. I’ll be signing autographs in the Marvel Booth @ 2:30 #NYCC pic.twitter.com/gzblm3COOL
— The Weeknd (@theweeknd) Oct 7, 2017
The Weeknd tweeted: ‘The Weeknd and Marvel presents : STARBOY… comic book coming soon. I’ll be signing autographs in the Marvel Booth @ 2:30.’
The singer, genuine name Abel Makkonen Tesfaye, formerly teased the comic in a series of Twitter and Instagram posts, hinting that there’d be an proclamation at New York’s Comic Con, which took place Oct 6 – Oct 8.
The we Feel It Coming thespian formerly discussed putting his Starboy impression into a comic during his first-ever on-camera talk with Zane Lowe on his Beats 1 show last November.
The thespian told the presenter: ‘Starboy is the next section in this chronicle, this saga.
‘I theory this is the fourth chapter. He’s a impression that we created. It’s so funny, we wish to create a comic out of him as well…He’s a cool, bone-head impression that creates appearances a lot on the album.’
He concluded: ‘He’s really done his coming in opposite annals in the past as well. He’s a some-more braggadocious impression that we all have inside of us.’
Venturing into the universe of comic books is not the only place the thespian has widespread his wings as he recently expelled a wardrobe collection with HM.
The Canadian thespian is now furloughed his Starboy: Legend Of The Fall universe tour.