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16 July 2012, 10:43
The 'Paradise' band launched the graphic novel at a special event in San Diego this weekend.
Coldplay have unveiled a full page spread from their recently unveiled new comic book series 'Mylo Xyloto'.
The 'Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall' band announced details of their six-part comic collection last week, which is a collaboration with Mark Osborne - the man behind such films as Kung Fu Panda.
The series will reveal the tale of their album of the same name and has been a project three years in the making.
The group took to their Twitter account to unveil the image of one of the pages from the comic last night (15th July).
"We thought you might like to see a full page from the Mylo Xyloto comic which debuted at this weekend's #comiccon," they tweeted.
The Comic Con event took place in San Diego this past weekend and saw thousands of enthusiasts take part in a variety of special events.
You can view a picture of the 'Mylo Xyloto' comic book page below: (Picture: Twitter)
The full series will launch in 2013, and band described the project as "fun" and hoped fans enjoyed learning the origins of their album.
"Gradually Mylo's story and universe came together and this ended up providing the backdrop for the album and tour," they wrote on the band's official website.
Meanwhile, Coldplay are currently on their 'Mylo Xyloto' world tour which will head to Toronto, Canada on 23rd July.
During the group's Miami show last month, Chris Martin paid tribute to One Direction star Harry Styles who was in attendance at the show.