Lennon Covered

The concept of John Lennon’s works being covered may not be that earth-shattering, but this is a special case.  As part of Robert Goodin’s consistently excellent Covered project, which features cartoonists and illustrators reenvisioning classic comic covers, Mike Loveland did a new version of the cover to Lennon’s never-published satirical magazine, The Daily Howl.

I like the way Loveland clearly interprets one of the characters as a Lennon self-portrait, and that he also inserts some nice Lennon inside jokes (such as the Winston O’Boogie reference, and the number 9).  Great stuff !

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