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A Comic Book Biography of Jennifer Lawrence Is Coming Soon

Photo of Ryan Lattanzio By Ryan Lattanzio | TOH! February 3, 2014 at 2:11PM

A comic book biography on the life and times of Oscar-winning actress and marquee-stealing extraordinaire Jennifer Lawrence will arrive in print and digital formats this week.
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'Fame: Jennifer Lawrence'
'Fame: Jennifer Lawrence'

Yes, you read that correctly. A comic book biography on the life and times of Oscar-winning actress and marquee-stealing extraordinaire Jennifer Lawrence will arrive in print and digital formats this week.

Jennifer Lawrence

Published by Bluewater Productions, "Fame: Jennifer Lawrence" is a 32-page comic book -- also available in interactive form -- by writer Michael Troy and artist Ben Eargle that explores the actress' turn from ingenue to "Hunger Games" heavyweight, Weinstein secret weapon and It-Girl du jour. The comic book features three unique covers each exclusively through Nook, Kindle or iTunes.

"Fame" will also be available as an app with Authorly, which turns static content into interactive applications. Fans can now engage with the Jennifer Lawrence Story -- through sound effects, narration, audio and video hotspots, music, animations and more.

Bluewater has focused on Angelina Jolie, Cher, Elizabeth Taylor and even "Hunger Games" author Suzanne Collins for past comics. More info here.

'Fame: Jennifer Lawrence'
'Fame: Jennifer Lawrence'

This article is related to: News, Jennifer Lawrence, Awards, Awards Season Roundup


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