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'Queen Of Pop' Taylor Swift Now Has A Comic Book About Her Life

Taylor Swift, the queen of pop, is getting her own comic book by TidalWave Comics, set to drop on her 34th birthday. The 22-page glossy comic, part of the Female Force series, tells the story of Swift's rise to fame.

The 22-page glossy comic traces Swift's journey to stardom.
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Taylor Swift, the 'queen of pop', is set to be featured in an upcoming biographical comic book by TidalWave Comics, creating quite a stir among the Swifties.

The comic is scheduled for release on December 13, her 34th birthday, offering readers the option to choose between digital, paperback, and hardcover editions with two different covers.

This comic is part of the Female Force series, which focuses on accomplished and influential figures in various fields such as literature, business, entertainment, and politics.

The 22-page glossy comic traces Swift's journey to stardom, showcasing key moments in her career, reported news agency Reuters.

Commenting on the same, the author, Eric M. Esquivel, expressed that Swift deserves her own comic book, describing her as someone who wears colorful tights and battles corporate villains attempting to control her with their wealth.

He further stated, "The only other person who fits that description is Clark Kent, and even he couldn't have written '1989'."

Recently, Taylor was featured in a concert film that documented her Eras Tour.

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