Mr. T Graphic Novel Flies Into HMV

UK’S Leading Home Entertainment Chain Opens Its Doors to ‘A-Team’ Hardman, MR. T.

London, United Kingdom, April 24, 2009 --( British publisher Mohawk Media has announced today that its graphic novel, Mr. T, is now available throughout the UK and Ireland in leading high street entertainment store, HMV.

“As a long-time customer, to see my book in HMV is a real honour,” says Mr. T author Christopher Bunting. “So much hard work has paid off. It’s rewarding that such a fantastic looking book is receiving the nationwide exposure it deserves in one of this country’s oldest and most popular stores.”

Bunting continues: “Having spoken to Mr. T, I know how thrilled he is about this graphic novel. But I’m sure it being in HMV will really get him buzzing. He knows the book acts as an interface between him and his fans.”

HMV adds: "Mr. T The Graphic Novel is a really nicely produced, independently published take on the life and times of the larger than life star of The A-Team. It is a fitting tribute, full of affection and humour. HMV is proud to be able to bring this book to the British public.”

The Mr. T graphic novel is available now in HMV stores across the UK at a price of £8.00.

The book contains all-original material, is full-colour and 128 pages. Its ISBN is: 978-0-9560189-0-8. Mr. T is Executive Editor.


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HMV is the UK and Ireland's leading specialist retailer of music, DVD, computer games and related products

The first HMV store – on London's Oxford Street – was officially opened in 1921 by celebrated British composer, Sir Edward Elgar. The chain has since become symbolised throughout the world by its iconic 'His Master's Voice' dog and trumpet trademark

Mr. T, voted fourth ‘Greatest American’ in a global BBC poll, remains the face for ‘Snickers’ and will appear in a Sony CGI animated movie in 2010. It has yet to be confirmed what role he will have in the Ridley Scott ‘A-Team’ movie, due 2010.

About the creators: Mr. T author Christopher Bunting lives in England and has written extensively for a variety of magazines and comic books. He also wrote “Action Man” (the literal British incarnation of “G.I. Joe”). The sales of this comic were frequently in excess of those achieved by the highest-selling comic titles in the USA. Illustrator J.L. Czerniawski has worked in both the fantasy and comic book industries, including providing art for such properties as “Transformers” and, with the movie’s director Joe Carnahan, “Smokin’ Aces”.
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