Bluewater Productions is completing its own Twilight series with the release of its new Taylor Lautner comic book, due out in August. The title is the latest in the Fame series, which has published issues based on the careers of Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Stephenie Meyer.
The 32-page comic tells the story of the 18-year-old's rise to stardom, thanks to his role as Jacob Black in the Twilight films. The book talks about Taylor's martial arts background, and how he altered his shape by packing on 30 pounds of muscle in order to stay true to his werewolf character.
However, while Rob and Kristen's Fame covers show the actors fully clothed, Taylor's cover shows the actor exposing his washboard abs. In the Twilight films, Jacob is often not wearing a shirt (Edward even jokes about it in Eclipse), but does Taylor's six-pack really need to be illustrated on the cover of his biographical comic book?
If Rob was depicted as the fair-skinned, glowing-eyed Edward, and Kristen was shown wearing her Bella wardrobe, we would understand this move. But since the comic books are supposed to be about the actors, we think the illustrators should have kept Taylor's shirt buttoned up. Do you agree or disagree?