After bursting onto the hip-hop scene and becoming a high-profile judge on “American Idol,” the meteoric life of singer Nicki Minaj is being fleshed out in a comic book.
Fame: Nicki Minaj traces one of the biggest pop sensations of this decade from her Caribbean roots through her upbringing in Queens, New York and into a career as a pop diva who has teamed up with all the mega-stars like Justin Bieber, Madonna and Britney Spears
“Nicki Minaj came to conquer, to win, and she did,” according to a news release from Bluewater Productions, the firm that released the comic book Feb. 13 as a part of a series of comic books focusing on the lives of celebrities. The book is available in print and as an e-book.
“Fame: Nicki Minaj” is written by Michael Troy and drawn by Jill Lamarina. There will be two covers for this issue, one by artist Jill Lamarina and one by Jonathan Woodard. Both will be available in print as well as digital.
To order “Fame: Nicki Minaj” exclusively at Comic Flea Market in print for $3.99 go to http://bit.ly/WjlVA5.
Digital copies will also be available for $1.99. It can be downloaded to e-readers from iTunes, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, ComiXology, Google Books, DriveThru Comics, Wowio, iVerse, and more.
The company produces three lines of biography comics: Female Force, Political Power and Fame. Each line has produced comics that have sold out of their original runs.