Britney Spears life turned into comic
Thursday 12 May 2011
Britney Spears' life has been turned into a comic book.
The 'Till The World Ends' singer has become the latest celebrity to feature in Bluewater Productions' Fame series following Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart.
Writer of 'Fame: Britney Spears' Paul McCray said in a statement: "She is far more complicated than most people realise. No matter what preconceptions you have about her, there will always be more layers and surprises."
The 32-page animated magazine, which has been illustrated by Ricardo Jaime, tells the story of Britney's rise to fame and her personal difficulties.
Paul added: "Beyond the performer, there is a real human being there, struggling for a real life, struggling to connect with her art, and struggling to be understood."
Darren G. Davis - Bluewater President and founder of the American publishers - says the aim of the comic is to show people the real Britney.
He added: "She was created in the internet age to be put on a pedestal, but no one can stand the glaring lights of celebrity that intensely. The title seeks to find the person within."
The comic book will be available to buy on www.amazon.com from Saturday.
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