Oliver Tree pronounces Alien Boys graphic novel starring Little Ricky
Oliver Tree branches into new forms of creativity with his first graphic novel. Oliver Tree Vs. Little Ricky: Alien Boys supposedly is the twisted pop star’s life story in which he threatens to leave the music industry forever. You can’t imagine Tree going to retire anytime soon, but that’s what the graphic novel claims, and there’s a lot more to be said after that. You can read what Tree thinks of the graphic novel below.
“I’ve written this manifesto for the last 15 years and after hundreds of different versions I’ve finally invented the greatest story ever told. This is my magnum opus based on real events from my travels around the world. This book serves mine Artist colleagues in their darkest hour as a Bible … ”
In a recent interview, Oliver Tree was asked about his favorite part of his creative process, which includes producing music, writing lyrics and directing his own music videos, and much more. The artist revealed that the music video aspect is his favorite part that lends itself to creating Alien Boys. Tree is ready for the world to glimpse his creative endeavors that may be carried over to other parts of his work in the near future.
Alien Boys tells Oliver Tree’s life story when he was thrown into the music industry’s meat grinder to promote his debut album, Ugly is Beautiful (the album was released in July). Oliver turned down his chosen herbal medicine in an attempt to overcome the pain caused by living a deadly life in the fast lane. He threatens to retire and causes his label to find an extraordinary replacement in Little Ricky, an alien with a sick mix … In a world too small for both, Oliver and Ricky are forced to either Make quick friends or jump into a turbo-charged battle that threatens to destroy both of them.
Alien Boys co-writer Orpheus Collar was no longer in the comic book industry when Oliver Tree approached him about a collaboration. “When I retired from comics in 2019, I didn’t think anything was pulling me back. But when I was drawn into the orbit of Oliver and Ricky, I connected with their struggles to navigate the arts and commerce,” says Collar . The co-writer went on to overdo the graphic novel, which sounds a lot like the way Tree would handle such tasks. “Alien Boys is a forward-looking and exciting story that, like the booming bass line of Oliver and Ricky’s musical oeuvre, resonates with people of all beats in life. For those interested in extraordinary scooter tricks, punches and kicks, there is plenty of that too . “
If that wasn’t enough, even Little Ricky ZR3, aka Oliver Tree, of Alien Boys spoke about his role in the upcoming graphic novel. “I do not support this book in any way. I have not received any financial compensation for my contributions to the novel,” says the alien. “Oliver didn’t allow me to be recognized as a writer, which is strange because it’s based on my life too. I also want to say that I don’t think this story is entirely accurate. He left out extremely important details in order to saving her face from looking bad. “It sounds like Tree and Ricky are going to be fighting some intergalactic royal battles in the near future.
Alien Boys is being published by Z2 Comics, and the company’s Josh Frankel is pretty excited about the graphic novel. “This book contains everything fans want from his first comic book and everything comic fans need for a full introduction to the Oliver Tree fandom,” says Frankel. “With Orpheus dealing with art, I would argue that the world of Oliver Tree and Lil Ricky has never been so lively and funny.” If you want to get to know Oliver Tree better, you can purchase his first graphic novel at Z2 Comics, which will be released on April 13, 2021. There are several versions to choose from, including a limited edition hardcover.
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