Comic book characters wear outrageous costumes, possess superhuman powers, and embody heroic ideals such as bravery and fierceness.
Um, why did no one think of this before? In 32 pages, "Female Force: Cher" tells how our favorite diva of all time became the platinum selling singer/Oscar-winning actress/living deity that she is today.
Put together by the folks over at Bluewater Productions, who've given us similar comics based on Madonna, Britney Spears, Ellen Degeneres, and Sarah Palin, this latest edition includes more spectacle and even more costume changes. "The clothes, the times, the attitudes of the decades she's lived through. The different styles of music she's been involved in. So much of what Cher has experienced is so flamboyant, over the top and just plain out there," writer Marc Shapiro says. "She has been very much the real life equivalent of a superhero, and writing about Cher, to a large degree, has been just about letting my imagination go."
For more information on "Female Force: Cher" and other comics from Bluewater Productions, go to our comics section or check them out in your local comic book shop, Barnes & Noble and Amazon.com.