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The second installment of Bluewater Productions' new comic book line, Fame, features none other than your favorite sparkle vamp. The 32-pager doesn't hit comic book stores and Amazon.com until May, but E! News has the exclusive first look.
The issue, written by Kim Sherman and drawn by Nathaniel Ooten, with the cover created by Juan Mar Studios, delves into the star's music, modeling and of course those dreamy roles he played in the Harry Potter and Twilight movies.
"I chose to conceptualize A-lister Robert Pattinson from a unique perspective, immersing the reader into the life of the talented actor beyond his most famous role," Sherman says.
"It's our hope that even the most devoted fans will discover a fact or two that takes them completely by surprise," Bluewater president Darren G. Davis says.
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But there’s more to Pattinson than fake fangs, faraway looks and tousled
hair. Pattinson is an accomplished musician, a former model and an actor who’s
played both a wizard at Harry Potter’s Hogwarts School and the artist
Bluewater Productions in May will ship FAME: Robert Pattinson to comic book
shops and retailers across the country. This 32-page comic will trace
Pattinson’s career from his first performance in Tess of the D’Urbervilles at
London’s Barnes Theatre to his star turn in the Twilight movies.
Count interior artist Nathaniel Ooten as one reader who’s gained a new
appreciation for Pattinson’s career since reading Sherman’s script.
“Working on this book has opened an entirely new level of Rob Pattinson for
me,” Ooten said. “Before starting, I was only aware of the ‘teenage
vampire’ Pattinson. After reading the script, studying the subject and listening
to his music, I not only became very interested in Pattinson’s future work,
but also discovered a new appreciation for this ‘teenage vampire.’”
source via RPLife