Marvel Music is currently Marvel Studios's music arm. Marvel Music has previously referred to an imprint of Marvel Comics, and the former music publishing subsidiaries of Marvel Entertainment Group, Mighty Marvel Music Corporation and Marvel Music Group, Inc..
Mighty Marvel Music Corporation and Marvel Music Group, Inc. (both incorporated on July 29, 1981) ) were music publishing subsidiaries of Marvel Entertainment Group that were retained by New World Entertainment when Marvel was sold to Andrews Group in 1989. and were with New World when they were sold to Fox.
|Parent company||Marvel Comics|
|Headquarters location||New York City|
|Key people||Mort Todd, Editor|
|Fiction genres||Rock and roll|
Marvel Music was a short-lived Marvel Comics imprint published in 1994–1995, launched by Editor Mort Todd. These comics featured the life stories of famous musicians and bands, some being closely biographical while others were only loosely based on fact.
The imprint was launched with Alice Cooper's "The Last Temptation" in June 1994.
- Bob Marley: Tale Of The Tuff Gong #1-3 (1994–1995)
- Alice Cooper: The Last Temptation #1-3, by Neil Gaiman and Michael Zulli, with Alice Cooper (1994) — based on the Last Temptation album by Alice Cooper
- The Compleat Alice Cooper: Incorporating the Three Acts of Alice Cooper, The Last Temptation, by Neil Gaiman; Michael Zulli; Alice Cooper (1995)
- Break The Chain, based on the life of KRS-One — issue #1 included a Rap music audio cassette reading of the comic (1994)
- Woodstock, 1969-1994, by Mort Todd and Charles Schneider, illustrated by Pat Redding (1994) ISBN 0-7851-0075-X
- Marty Stuart: Marty Party In Space, by Marty Stuart, Paul S. Newman, and Pat Boyette (1995)
- Billy Ray Cyrus, by Paul S. Newman, Dan Barry, and Gail Beckett (1995)
- Rolling Stones: Voodoo Lounge, by Dave McKean (1995)
- Onyx: Fight!", by Karl Bollers and Larry Lee (1995)
|Predecessor(s)||Mighty Marvel Music Corporation
and Marvel Music Group, Inc.
|Founded||September 22, 2005|
Marvel Music, Inc. is the music publishing and licensing company and subsidiary of the Marvel Studios.
Marvel Music, Inc. was incorporated on September 9, 2005 to manage Marvel Studios' and Marvel Animation's filmed music. At the New York ComiCon in 2009, Marvel announced Marvel Music would begin licensing its music and scores with a Iron Man: Armored Adventures theme song free download cards promo with songs being for sale on iTunes.
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