Katy Perry Is The Latest Star To Get The Comic Book Treatment
By Zachary Swickey
The “Part of Me” thespian will get a (unauthorized) diagnosis from Bluewater Comic Books in “Fame: Katy Perry.” The striking novel will tackle Perry’s upbringing as a daughter of dual Christian pastors in further to her struggles alighting a record understanding in Los Angeles.
Perry is by no means a initial to get a comic book diagnosis pleasantness of Bluewater. The association has charcterised many a celeb in their “Fame” series, including Betty White, Lady Gaga and Angelina Jolie. Although, not all artists were anxious with a interpretations: a association perceived cease-and-desist letters concerning their Gaga and Justin Bieber issues.
The association fast responded during a time, telling MTV News, “We are 100% within a First Amendment rights. We knew a rights on this before we jumped into a autobiography world. These are 100% biographies on their lives.”
Here’s a discerning demeanour during some other engaging comic books from Bluewater’s “Fame” series.
The company’s outline for Gaga’s issue is rather apt: “Is it a costumes? The music? The voice? Maybe it’s all that theatre blood. Bluewater Comics examines a impact Lady GaGa has on her flourishing multitude of fans. Is there room for everybody in a Haus of GaGa?”
Always one to chuck her (no doubt elaborate) shawl into each artistic try possible, Gaga herself drew adult a mini-comic, “Lady Saga,” that was exclusively accessible in Marc Jacob stores.
New momma Beyonce got her possess comic back in Jan ’11, that betrothed to “trace Beyonce’s arise by a song business, from her early days with Destiny’s Child to her sepulchral solo career.” The 32-page comic even had an coming from Gaga (for their “Telephone” collab) and Mike Meyers given Bey was featured in his third Austin Powers film, “Goldmember.”
Yes, even a strike uncover “Glee” got a novel of a own. The emanate analyzed a lives of a actors and artistic talent that done a uncover a outrageous hit. It outlines how mainstays Lea Michele, Matthew Morrison, Jane Lynch, Cory Monteith and Chris Colfer all came to be on a show. It also highlights a career of “Glee” creator Ryan Murphy and his solid arise to apropos a Hollywood powerhouse.