Musical Monday: Lady Gaga, Coheed and Cambria, Death Cab

No, you haven't accidentally stumbled onto MTV or Rolling Stone's website; the worlds of music and comics collided a few times over the last few days in some fun and even odd ways ....

First up, the odd ... designer clothing retailer Marc Jacobs is selling a $2 comic starring musician Lady Gaga. The comic was created by artist Brian Einersen and "name-drops St. John, Christian Dior, and Yves Saint Laurent so we know it’s worth the read," Fashionista reports. (Via Splash Page).

Second, Marvel.com chats with Nick Harmer, bass player for Death Cab for Cutie, about music, touring and, of course, comics. Harmer reveals that he opens his toys and is a big Wolverine fan.

"I will follow Wolverine anywhere," he says. "Though, I have to admit, I am still a little upset about the whole 'bone claws' addition to his story. When I discovered Wolverine and the X-Men, he was just a mutant who could heal fast and that's how he was able to survive having his skeleton coated with adamantium and claws put IN. He wasn't born with bone claws. That's ridiculous. I know I should just accept this as part of his story now, but I was just such an expert on him when I was a kid it's hard to give that up."

And finally, Claudio Sanchez from Coheed and Cambria will appear on G4's Attack of the Show later today to talk about his BOOM! series Kill Audio. The first issue comes out this week.

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