Johnny Cash is a bad ass. For that reason alone giving the man's life story the graphic novel treatment makes perfect sense. Graphic novelist Reinhard Kleist tells the story of Cash's colorful life from his early sessions at Sun Records with Elvis, his legendary concert for the inmates at Folsom Prison, his comeback in the late 90's and heartfelt last days of his life. Johnny Cash: I See a Darkness is the story of a rebel, a man of god, a human dealing with the power of addiction, a family man, a legend and the best damn country music star of all time.
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