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Posted at 07:01 PM ET, 08/14/2010

THE 'GLEE' CARTOON: Gleeks to get their own comic book from Bluewater



(Courtesy of Bluewater Comics)


Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber have already been awarded the comic book treatment. Now, Bluewater Productions announces that the cast of "Glee" will join the Vancouver comic company's "Fame Biography" series.

The 32-page book, "Fame: The Cast of Glee", will feature the show's stars and series creator Ryan Murphy.

According to Bluewater, "Glee" fans can "learn about the paths that show mainstays Lea Michele, Matthew Morrison, Jane Lynch, Cory Monteith and Chris Colfer have taken on their way to fame."

"Working on Glee was a treat. Being a fan of Ryan Murphy's previous work made it very easy to jump headfirst into Glee. It made it easy to see why people are so passionate about their love for this show. It's a phenomenon," said Cameron Cooke, who co-wrote the comic's script with Patrick McCormack; Ben Bradi was the artist.

The book, priced at $3.99. is due out in November.

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Categories:  The Holly Word, The Holly Word | Tags:  Bluewater Comics, Glee

 
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