Taylor Swift is the latest celeb to be inked in the biographical comic book series Fame. The singer-songwriter's rise to stardom will be told in full-color this July, following the 20-year-old from her demo-shucking days to her 2010 Grammy win.
The 32-page comic by Bluewater Productions tells the story of Taylor's success while emphasizing her commitment, ambition and dedication.
Taylor began writing songs at age 10, and moved to Nashville to break into the country scene. She distributed her demo to every major label, but wasn't offered a contract until 2005, when she signed with Big Machine Records. Taylor released her self-titled album and the rest is history.
"Learning about Taylor's life from the beginning until now made her feel like more than just the next big thing, it made me see the pop icon as a human being," said comic book writer CW Cooke. And that seems to be the goal of the series, to humanize today's hottest celebrities in a different medium.
Do you think it works? The Fame series has already released issues for Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart. Have you read them? What do you think? Fame: Taylor Swift hits comic shops this July and will retail for $3.99. %Poll-45049%