Last month, we told you that Robert Pattinson (among others) would be featured in a new comic book series called Fame. The series is completely celeb-based, attempting to "broaden the scope of who reads comics," says publisher Bluewater Productions.
Rob's 32-page comic book will be released this May, and will "trace Pattinson's career from his first performance in Tess of the D'Urbervilles at London's Barnes Theatre to his star turn in the Twilight movies."
The series is biographical, so Rob's comic will basically tell a greater part of his life story. But is this really necessary? At this point, Twi-fans and Robert Pattinson fans are one in the same, which means Twi-hards already know everything there is to know about the actor, and with the release of the Twilight graphic novel, fans can get their comic book fill that way.
However, several comics in the Fame series have already sold out, so there's definitely a demand for them. Plus, true Rob fans are probably excited for any new product featuring the British actor, even if it doesn't have any new info in it. We'll see what happens when Fame: Robert Pattinson arrives on shelves this spring.