Kristen Stewart is getting her own FAME graphic novel from Bluewater coming in June and we have a sneak peek. I’m So excited for this one! Check out the press release below:
The 32-page comic book, Fame: Kristen Stewart will be available in June, and will retail for $3.99. Two covers will be available: cover A, by Juanmar Studios which attaches like a puzzle to the FAME: Robert Pattinson issue. Cover B is done by famed comic book artist Randy Green “X-men and Witchblade.”
Actress Kristen Stewart became an instant celebrity the moment she signed on to play Bella, the love interest of vampire-with-a-soul Edward in the Twilight series of vampire/romance movies based on the popular novels of the same name.
Now Stewart is making the leap to full-on celebrity: She is the newest star of Bluewater Productions’ Fame series of biography comics coming in June.
But Stewart has been acting long before Twilight, and most of her work hasn’t involved vampires or werewolves. In fact, anyone who has watched the coming-of-age drama/comedy Adventureland, knows just how powerful of an actress
Stewart can be.
Fame brings to life in graphic form the stories of the world’s biggest celebrities. The series premieres in May and covers the life stories of Lady GaGa & Robert Pattinson. Future editions will include the stories of Taylor Swift and soccer sensation David Beckham.
Writer Kim Sherman, who has also penned Bluewaters’ Robert Pattinson entry in the series, said that Stewart’s versatility and talent might surprise readers who only know her as Bella.
“For Twilight fans, Kristen Stewart is a woman whom fans long to be and love to hate,” Sherman said. “But Kristen has been in the public eye for years, and her career as a serious actor spans dozens of films over a 10-year period of time. My goal with this biography was to show readers the depth residing in this young woman and the roles she’s beautifullytackled through a series of spot shots, pinups and word art.”
Sherman added that the art on this book, provided by renowned artist Warren Martineck, perfectly brings Stewart’s story to life.
“Well-known artist Warren Martineck, of Marvel and D.C. fame, takes my script and provides an amazing viewpoint of the beauty, the grit and the individuality which defines Miss Stewart,” Sherman said.
♥Thanks to Jason from Bluewater!