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Kristen Stewart has gained FAME as new subject of Bluewater graphic novel series

Bluewater Graphics is making graphic novels the NEW thing...again. Robert Pattinson has been featured on the FAME biography comics, Stephenie Meyers, is featured in Twilight: Unbound and Charlaine Harris is part of the  Female Force Graphic Novel  and now it's Kristen Stewart's turn.

Here is part of the official announcement from Bluewater:

".....Actress Kristen Stewart became an instant celebrity the moment she signed on to play Bella, the love interest of vampire-with-a-soul Edward in the Twilight series of vampire/romance movies based on the popular novels of the same name.

Now Stewart is making the leap to full-on celebrity: She is the newest star of Bluewater Productions’ Fame series of biography comics coming in June.

But Stewart has been acting long before Twilight, and most of her work hasn’t involved vampires or werewolves. In fact, anyone who has watched the coming-of-age drama/comedy Adventureland, knows just how powerful of an actress Stewart can be..."

The 32-page comic book, will be available in June, and will retail for $3.99 at www.bluewaterprod.com

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Re: Kristen Stewart has gained FAME as new subject of ...

Actually, as an actress, she kinda annoys me.  I forced myself to watch Twilight, and got a little tired of her doe-eyed look and overall style of her acting.  I then watched Adventureland and saw that it was kinda more of the same.  So I for one won't be picking up one of these. But more power to all of those who are fans. ;)

Re: Kristen Stewart has gained FAME as new subject of ...

I totally agree with you

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