Motley Crue is getting a graphic novel.
“Motley Crue's The Dirt: Declassified” will reportedly “build on Motley Crue's original 2001 The Dirt memoir and its 2019 Netflix adaptation.”
Bassist Nikki Sixx released a statement saying, "Playing arenas overflowing with tens of thousands of fans was just a front for our true mission. The reality is that we were infiltrating [REDACTED] in a globe-hopping sprint to [REDACTED]. But that doesn’t even include the disaster at [REDACTED] or near-fatal heist in [REDACTED]. We have a lot to say and it's time the people knew."
The book’s senior editor says, “Motley Crue remains the one group whose live show in the '80s felt truly dangerous. Now that I know the truth about the band, it’s obvious why. We're proud to have gained the trust of these live wires to tell the secrets they've been forced to cover up for decades. We guarantee you aren't ready for the madness and mayhem in this graphic novel."
"Motley Crue's The Dirt: Declassified" will be available in April of 2022. You can check out the trailer below!
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