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Steve Jobs Stars in Another Comic Book

Bluewater Productions has released a new comic book biography called Steve Jobs: Founder of Apple. The 32-page comic features cover art by Joe Phillips, pencils by Chris Schmidt and a script by C.W. Cooke.

According to Bluewater, the comic was inspired by success of a successful comic profiling Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg. Bluewater also has a comic book biography of Microsoft mogul Bill Gates slated for release in March. The title, Bill Gates: Co-Founder of Microsoft, was written by Martin Pierro and illustrated by Zach Bassett.

The Bluewater comic writing was completed prior to Steve Jobsdeath in October. Jobs now stars in Amazon’s most popular 2011 holiday book and two comic books. As we previously reported, Forbes published a 60-page graphic novel called The Zen of Steve Jobs.

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Suzanne Collins Stars in Biographical Comic

Hunger Games novelist Suzanne Collins will star in her own comic book in November as Bluewater Productions publishes “Fame: Suzanne Collins.”

The 40-page comic was written by Sara Gundell and drawn by Niño Harn Cajayon. Joe Phillips handled comic’s cover (pictured). It will sell for $7.99.

Here’s more about the biographical comic: “Collins had made her mark as a writer on the Emmy-nominated hit ‘Clarissa Explains It all’ (starring a young Melissa Joan Hart) and ‘Clifford’s Puppy Days,’ but ultimately found herself in the literary world where she authored the popular the Hunger Games. ‘Fame: Suzanne Collins’ explains her interest in writing and how she began writing Hunger Games.”