New comic book to tell Martha Stewart's life story
PHILADELPHIA — (AP) - Martha Stewart's media omnipresence is expanding to the pages of a new comic book.
Already known for her TV show, her magazine - and a stint in prison - the versatile doyenne of all things domestic is having her life story told in comic book form next month.
"Female Force: Martha Stewart," is the latest from Bluewater Productions Inc.
The company has carved out a niche bringing biographies of contemporary American politicians, entertainers and chief executives in 32-page doses.
The Vancouver, Wash.-based publisher said Thursday the one-shot issue will go on sale at comic book stores, bookstores and online.
It will tell Stewart's story of her rise, fall and rebirth as a media icon and fan favorite.