Bluewater's Cher One-Shot Sells Out

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The latest biography comic offering from Bluewater Productions, "Female Force: Cher" has sold out in one day after its release from their distributors. This extends its record to 12-biography comic book titles sold out in the past six months. Stores that ordered the comic book might have it in stock.

According to Bluewater, a second printing is forthcoming.

The $3.99 32-page comic book biography is written by New York Times Best Selling author, Marc Shapiro and drawn by Zach Basset with a cover by DC Comics artist Joe Phillips.

"There was a lot of buzz regarding this particular title outside the traditional comic book buying demographic," said Darren G. Davis, president of Bluewater. "We really hope people try to pre-order the titles in advance to make sure they get a copy."

The book is described as; Cher is a platinum selling singer, an award winning actress and a performer for the ages. She's one smart cookie who knows a lot and has done it all. Get the skinny on Cher's rise to the status of legend in the upcoming Bluewater comic book "Female Force: Cher”.

The "Female Force" comic series offers a broad examination of strong and influential women who are shaping modern history and culture. In past issues, the monthly series has featured, Madonna, Britney Spears, JK Rowling, Ellen DeGeneres, Selena Gomez and others.

Upcoming celebrity biographies are Selena Gomez, Suzanne Collins (writer of the Hunger Games), John Lennon, The Cast of Glee #2, The Cast of Doctor Who & The Cast of Saturday Night Live.

You can order the second printing from a comic book store or Amazon.

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