Female Force: Angelina Jolie is a comic book star
Actress, director, mother, humanitarian activist, and now a comic book heroine – Angelina Jolie finds time for it all. It’s been revealed Angie is the new star of the Female Force series by Blue Water Productions.
Angelina is immortalized in the comic book that will “fill in the blanks surrounding Jolie’s life” and tell the story of her rise to fame, experiences raising six children and her activities as a Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations.
I learned a great deal about her struggles and triumphs as an award-winning actress, mother and humanitarian,” Female Force: Angelina Jolie writer Brent Sprecher said in his statement.
I don’t know if the Female Force comic book will indeed surprise us with new details of Angelina Jolie’s highly-publicized life when released, all I know is that it makes me sick to look at the book cover – Angelina Jolie has never been pictured uglier!
Female Force: Angelina Jolie will be released on January 11, 2011 and retail at $3.99. Are you buying?
In related Angelina Jolie news, The Jolie-Pitt Foundation has donated $150,000 to the SOS Children’s Villages charity to mark National Adoption Day, a big day for all adoptive parents (like Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt) and all children without parental care.
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