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FAME: Taylor Lautner comic book version Paperback – October 27, 2010
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Bluewater Productions brings a diverse library of titles and talent to the table. With stories that range from classic myths, science fiction and superheroes to Hollywood legends such as William Shatner, Roger Corman, Ray Harryhausen and Vincent Price, Bluewater is a fresh voice in comic publishing.
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With a background in profiling human interest subjects for magazines and websites, Kimberly's latest venture reaches a new genre with the non-fiction biography comic book niche.
Designed to wholly target teenagers but ultimately reaching audiences of all ages, these unique comic books give a snapshot into the lives of compelling figures, encouraging readers to learn more about culturally relevant people.
When she's not penning a biography, Kimberly can be found writing for a host of other venues and raising an insanely busy family of five. Extraneous job titles aside from freelance writer include CEO, CFO, nurse, chef, shrink, and taxi cab driver.
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Top Customer Reviews
Realistic art requires every single image of the person be spot-on accurate and recognizable. There is no room for wonky faces or goofy facial elements and no tolerance for strange positions or awkward faces or hands. They must look like themselves in each panel. Realism must be realistic. The other choice is iconic or cartoony art, whereas the image is not a replication of the person but merely an iconic representation. This approach allows for more artistic license.
Bluewater Productions has produced several nonfiction comics, all of which have used realism with differening success.
As Scott McCloud puts it in UNDERSTANDING COMICS (pg. 30) "by stripping down an image to its essential `meaning,' an artist can amplify that meaning in a way that realistic art can't."
I loved it! Pick up the Fame series...a true fun ride. The art in the Lautner book is just amazing as well as the storytelling! Great for the Twilight Fan too!
It's a great little magazine, and my granddaughter really loves them, but can't hardly find them anywhere, so she's going to be sooo surprised on Christmas when I give them to her because I've been purchasing them through Amazon (since they are sooo hard to find anywhere else), so thank goodness for Amazon Again!
And with the reasonable price, it's such a Great Value!