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Kim Kardashian has conquered another medium, but she may not be so thrilled about its coverage for once in her life.
It will chronicle the reality star’s rise to fame and all of her ex lovers, including first husband Damon Thomas and, of course, focus a great deal on the Kim Kardashian sex tape.
“It’s safe for me to say that overall, I’m quite happy with the end result of thisMore >
One is a politician, the other a humanitarian. And now Arnold Schwarzenegger and Angelina Jolie can both add a new title to their resumes: comic book hero.
The former Governor of California will soon be transformed by none other than legendary writer Stan Lee, who has created The Governator and tells Entertainment Weekly of the character:
“[He] is going to be a great superhero, but he’ll also be Arnold Schwarzenegger. We’re using all the personal elements of Arnold’s life… Only after he leaves the governor’s office, Arnold decides to become a crime fighter and builds a secret high-techMore >
A mint condition copy of the first-ever comic book to feature Spider-Man has fetched $1.1 million at auction. The first appearance of spidey came in 1962′s Amazing Fantasy #15 which was written by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko.
According to Stephen Fishler, CEO of auction site www.ComicConnect.com:
“The late 1950s and early 1960s are considered the Silver Age of comic books.” Fishler went on to add, “The sale of this book crushed all previous records. Up until today’s $1.1 million sale, the record sale price of a comic book from this era was $250,000.”
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Angelina Jolie has joined the world of Spider-Man, X-Men and Batman, receiving her very own comic book entry.
The book is put out by BlueWater Productions, a company known for their various biopic comics. According to BlueWater they chose to show off Jolie in comic form because she’s a “movie star, defender of human rights, tireless mother and tabloid fodder.”
The biography is part of the company’s Female Force biography series. While I like the work BlueWater does, they tend to make the people showcased in their series seem a little more flawless than the truth, so I wouldn’t expect theMore >
With a Broadway musical on the way, a clothing line and millions of downloaded iTunes songs, I thought the Glee merchandising chain had it all, but now they’ve went one step further with a Glee Comic Book.
The comic was created by Bluewater Productions, the same company responsible for biographies from David Beckham, Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga.
The comic includes 32-pages and will take a look at the main characters from the Fox TV show.
The comic is titled Fame: The Cast Of Glee and it will debut sometime in November 2010, just in time to gain some traction from the new season.
So what doMore >
Justin Bieber owns the most-viewed video in YouTube history.
A movie about his life story is in the works.
Therefore, it should come as no surprise that the beloved singer is the latest subject for Bluewater Productions and its line of celebrity-based comic books.
Available in October, Fame: Justin Bieber will serve as a unique 32-page biography of the star, as it tells the story of his childhood and rise to stardom. The cover has captured his dashing good looks very well, hasn’t it?
Bieber joins Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner
Earlier this year, Robert Pattinson was made into a comic book hero.
Now, it’s Taylor Lautner’s turn!
Courtesy of Bluewater Productions, “Fame: Taylor Lautner” will arrive in stores in August. According to that company’s press release, it will detail this actor’s meteoric rise in Hollywood and be scripted by the same author as penned “Fame: Robert Pattinson” and “Fame: Kristen Stewart.”
“The Twilight series has become a pop culture phenomenon,” said Darren Davis, president and founder of Bluewater Productions. “It’s transformed previously unknown actors into superstars. It seems that theMore >