There were novelisations produced for all 3 movies, using the first two books being printed multiple times.
Mad Max is a 1979 Australian dystopian action film directed by George Miller and written by Miller and Byron Kennedy. The film, starring the then-little-known Mel Gibson, was released globally in 1980.
Its narrative based around the conventional western genre, Mad Max tells a story of breakdown of culture, murder and vengeance. It became a top-grossing Australian movie and has been imputed for additional opening up the global marketplace to Australian New Wave movies.
It’s had a lasting influence on apocalyptic and postwar fiction ever since.
All those that wander the Wasteland are ruled by one critical… survival!
In a fallen world ravaged by oil and water wars, humankind exists without law or mercy.
Finally, exclusively available in print for the first time, the narrative of the mighty War Rig and the lives it claimed during its wild street conflicts!
It was hard to know who was more crazy…Me…or everyone else?!”
The series is composed of four issues. Beginning in May 2015, Vertigo published one issue per month, ending in August. A single-volume assortment of all of the problems was published on 26 August.
The four magnificent tales are collected in a single volume from the mind of George Miller, the creator of the Mad Max trilogy.
Reception of this series was mixed; some believe it unnecessary and poorly executed, and many harshly criticized the problem centred on Imperator Furiosa.
However, the issue focused on Nux and Immortan Joe as well as the two problems focused on Max Rockatansky were obtained more positively.
Serving as a prequel to the 2015 picture of the same title, the series focuses on several characters from the movie at different points in their lives prior to it.
“As the world fell, each of us in our own manner was broken.
In these preludes to the movie, witness the rise of a war hero turned tyrannical warlord called the Immortan Joe, together with the narrative of one of his “War Boys,” the indomitable Nux. Plus, follow the journey of Furiosa, Immortan Joe’s most feared Imperator, and witness the cycle of tragedy and violence since the Road Warrior Max Rockatansky fights to reconstruct his Interceptor — the vehicle that ensures his liberty!
Below is a list of All the printings I currently know of:
Mad Max – First printing, March 1979.
Mad Max Novel – Reprint Mad Max (Reprinted 1985).
Mad Max 2 Novel – First printed 1982, Reprinted 1982, Reprinted 1985 (with pictures all moved to a centre set of pages, instead of interspersed throughout).
Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome Novel – First printed 1985.