LINDSAY LOHAN'S BIOGRAPHY COMIC BOOK "INFAMOUS" RELEASED AS LOHAN RETURNS TO JAIL
As Lindsay Lohan returns to prison for probation violations, the biography comic book following her rollercoaster life is hitting comic book stores as both a traditional printed issue and a digital download tomorrow.
"Infamous: Lindsay Lohan," follows the troubled actresses' life who is now more famous for her off-screen exploits than anything she has done in movies. The issue, currently available at various book stores and comic book shops is also available for download on the Nook and Kindle through Barnes & Noble and Amazon.com respectively.
"This issue can be seen as a tragedy in motion; its last chapter has yet to be written," said Bluewater president Darren G. Davis. "Lohan is both a victim of the all-consuming celebrity culture and a perpetrator of bad decisions, the lack of self-control and an unhealthy sense of entitlement."
According to Bluewater, Lohan was on the fast rack to superstardom until her wild lifestyle, dysfunctional family dynamic and multiple run-ins with the law derailed her career. The issue does not concentrate solely on the scandalous aspects of her life, but rather, tries to illustrate how she arrived at this point.
Lohan, who was earlier today was led back to prison in handcuffs for problems with her community service commitment, is the second notorious celebrity featured in Bluewater's latest biography comic venture "Infamous". A biography on actor Charlie Sheen hit shelves in August. Both issues are written by freelance journalist and author Mark Shapiro.
According to Shapiro, the book is not all about the salacious headlines, mug shots and outrageous behavior, but tries to examine the underlying causes of Lohan's inability to "straighten out her life."
Additionally, "Infamous: Lindsay Lohan" marks the American debut of one of Japan's leading manga artists Mimei Sakamoto, who illustrated the 32-page issue.
"I wish to expand my career and spread Japanese manga culture. I am keen to work directly with an American publisher to make more people aware of mangastyle, and I am particularly interested to learn from many of America's attractive women," said Sakamoto."Infamous: Lindsay Lohan," features cover art by famed comic book artist Joe Phillips.
The issue will retail for $3.99 and be available through most online venues like Amazon.com as well as local comic book stores.