Bruce Dickinson on “The Mandrake Project”

“It was a time of stillness, which had been absent in my life for a long time.” – Bruce Dickinson

Welcome Bruce Dickinson

We’re joined on the Starline by one of the most talented men alive. He can fly a 747, champion fencer, public speaker, visionary and one hell of a rock and roller. His latest effort is “The

Mandrake Project.” We welcome the talented Bruce Dickinson.

Bruce, let’s go Beyond the Mic. In lockdown during the pandemic you created the treatment for “The Mandrake Project” equal parts comic book series and modern metal album. How did this give your creativity a boost?

When putting together the comic book, did you have a lean of which universe your project would play better in, DC or Marvel?

You played two nights at the Whisky a Go Go as “The House Band of Hell” warming up for your tour to a full house as you’re on tour in Mexico, Brazil, UK, France Holland, Romania, Poland, and Sweden. Where is your favorite venue you’ve ever played at?

Why did you decide to change from foil fencing to epee?

One Big Question:

Who’s the secret inside “The Mandrake Project”?

The Wrap:

Wanted his comic book to be like the Watchman, a venue with no people is like a pub with no beer and he wants you to check out “The Mandrake Project.” Legendary Rocker Bruce Dickinson thanks for taking the time to talk with us today.

And that my friends is a Beyond the Mic Short Cut.

Check out The Mandrake Project here.

Listen to other Beyond the Mic conversations with artists here.

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