This cover features artwork and color by Alex Fuentes, the sci-fi fantasy epic tells the tale of a musical graffiti rebellion in a dystopian world where color and music are forbidden. Mylo Xyloto Comics is a unique storytelling collaboration between Mark Osborne and the band Coldplay. The six-part comic book saga was created to explore and establish the story and universe that went on to inspire the band's 5th studio album of the same name. Artwork for the comics was created by Alex Fuentes, with color by award winning colorist Steve Hamaker.
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Com shop. Major Minus is stirring the citizens of Silencia into a paranoid frenzy, and with nowhere else to go Mylo Xyloto goes underground only to come face to face with the Sparker Rebels, who are gathering forces to fight the final battle in the Great War on Color. The rock 'n' roll saga of Mylo Xyloto continues, as Major Minus perfects his plan for a mind-blowing power grab for ultimate control over the citizens of Silencia. Meanwhile, the mysterious Fly ignites a spark in Mylo, introducing him to a new universe of unimaginable possibilities.
However, Mylo's newfound freedom and bonds of loyalty may very well be put to the test sooner than he expects. Major Minus celebrates his ultimate victory in the Great War of Color by orchestrating the final step of his master plan to control the entire population of Silencia.
And as Mylo Xyloto struggles to set things right, he is forced to face an uncertain future in the senses shattering, penultimate issue of Coldplay's epic rock drama. W Coldplay, Mark Osborne A Alejandro Fuentes, Dylan Haggerty CA Alejandro Fuentes With Major Minus victoriously in command and his mind-crippling Hypnoflow device switched on, the Sparker revolution is in grave danger of dissolving into nothingness - unless, that is, an unlikely hero makes a drastic choice to end the misery and suffering that is upon them all.
The great history of the Xylobrites and the extraordinary power that lies within its citizenry will not die easily in this thrilling conclusion to Coldplay's polychromatic comic opera Mylo Xyloto!
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Coldplay's 'Mylo Xyloto' Comic Book Series Goes Digital
Coldplay announced on Tuesday the digital release of its "Mylo Xyloto" comic book series, based on the album of the same name. Written by filmmaker Mark Osborne Kung Fu Panda, The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie with help from the British band, the six-part saga depicts an Orwellian society ruled by a supremacist government that controls the population via fear tactics and over-stimulation through media and propaganda. Issues are now available exclusively via Apple's iBookstore, with the rest of the series to be released monthly until July. Issue 1 is currently available for free as the iBookstore's Book of the Week.
Mylo Xyloto comic – the story behind the album revealed!
Mylo Xyloto #1: Color Is Crime
Mylo Xyloto is a comic book series created by the music group Coldplay and filmmaker Mark Osborne. It ties into and tells the story of the Coldplay album Mylo Xyloto. On 10 July the Coldplay website announced a six-part Mylo Xyloto comic, with the first issue to be released at that week's Comic-Con. Together with Osborne, Dylan Haggerty also writes the comic starting in the second issue with art by Alejandro Fuentes. In the world of Silencia, a species known as the Irdoks rule over the Silencians in a dystopian police state. To make up for the lack of colour and sound in their world, the Silencians use a tool known as the Hypnofeed, which constantly feeds them with visual and ostensibly audio stimulation. Major Minus, however, has a problem involving continued rebellion by a section of the populace known as the Sparkers, who create Sparks which are colourful musical graffiti in an effort to wake the populace up from the Hypnofeed.