Eminem is a Diamond Certified selling artist, a great full time father, a successful cameo actor and much much more. But..
Eminem isn't just all that and a comic book nerd, he has also been in a few comic books as well..
Eminem appeared in a comic book crossover as himself with The Punisher.
The Shady Records boss is just leaving a show when The Punisher opens fire on Eminems and craziness ensues! You can read it online for free I believe.
Eminem also did a promotional cover with Marvel for his album Marshall Mathers LP 2. Check out the original cover and its Marvel counterpart below:
Artist Salvador Larroca who among many comic books has done Iron Man multiple times and also illustrated Marshall in The Punisher crossover.
Eminem also has a friend named Skam that is a rapper and a comic book artist he talks about in "Stan" that drew every member of rap group D-12 as comic book characters. Sorry if the pictures are blurry i had to take them myself from my own copy of the Autobiography.
DJ Head(Original tour DJ and house DJ at the Hip Hop Shop)
Eminem also had a deal inked with Marvel to release a four-part comic book in tandem with "Shady Talez" a horror film that was to be released shortly after the album Relapse but the film unfortunately fell by the wayside and not much has been said about it since. The film was to be a more urban and horrorcore version of movies like Creepshow and Tales From The Crypt Co-written by Kevin Grevioux. It would've starred Eminem and many others involved in the hip-hop community and the three different Talez would've likely been directed by three different hip-hop affiliated directors.
Who knows if we will ever get to see Eminem's Shady Talez movie or its comic book counterpart but I hope that we get at least one or the other at some point or hopefully both.
Eminem has been essential in the new movie "Southpaw" as the story is based on him(More on that in the article HERE). He is always in the studio either pumping out hits for himself such as the new and unheard "Phenomenal" or helping his Protege Yelawolf break down barriers with his new album "Love Story", or helping rap supergroup Slaughterhouse put the final touches on their sophomore album "Glass House". Eminem can also be found rapping his ass off like never before on Tech N9nes Django Unchained inspired "Speedom" which you can hear below.
I know I got off track but if you are a rap fan then you won't mind!
Feedback Always Welcome! Enjoy!