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Michelle Obama In 'Female Forces' Comic Series

By Staff

Michelle Obama to become a superhero in 'Female Force' comic series.

Following Hillary Clinton and Sarah Palin and to be followed by Caroline Kennedy and Princess Dianna, Obama is the third in Bluewater's new 'Female Force' series. The book on Hillary Clinton and Sarah Palin debuted this week and sold out before they hit the stores.

Darren Davis, president of Blue Waters said :"Strong, independent women is what we're known for. So doing the 'Female Force' series was organic for us we try to show women in a positive light and tone down the 'T and A' angles. They're no different from a Wonder Woman type of comic" The comic aims at helping out children who have trouble reading and over all to inspire young women folk across.

The 22 page bio comic will cover happenings from the US first lady's life from her on the South Side of Chicago to her time at Princeton and her life on the campaign trail. The comic will be released on April 25 and will be available on and will be sold at 3.99 dollars.

The comic is anticipated to be the top selling independent comic next month, after Hillary Clinton and Sarah Palin's sold about 10,000 copies. It is note worthy to say comic featuring Michelle Obama has pre sold 40,000 copies

The comic is to feature Michelle Obama in a sleeveless dress. Michelle Obama had already adorned the covers of Vogue, People, the New Yorker and New York.


Story first published: Wednesday, March 18, 2009, 16:14 [IST]
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