Having reinvented herself in Hollywood at 88, Betty White is already superhuman and now she is giving Wonder Woman a run for her money by launching her very own comic book.
Female Force: Betty White is set to hit stands in November and RadarOnline.com has the exclusive look at some never-before-seen pages of the comic biography.
“It’s super fun,” said Darren Davis, founder of Bluewater Productions, who is launching the project. “We are honored to have this opportunity.
“Betty White has had such an amazing entertainment career. It’s one that has now spanned more than 70 years. The biggest challenge that the creative team behind this book faced was figuring out how to include as much of this career as possible in one comic.”
The book will take readers on a journey through White’s long showbiz career, which is now more successful than ever before.
And if the end result is as fun and insightful as the writers are promising, readers are in for a treat.
“Working on the Betty book was an honor and a blast,” said writer Patrick McCray. “While covering a new entertainer is always fun, there is something special about profiling an icon.
“Not only did it allow me to savor nostalgia, it also let me catch up on areas of pop culture that had passed me by.”
The exclusive pages given to Radaronline.com give a sneak peak into her life, her love of dogs and her first time on stage playing the role of a geisha.
One page even gives a glimpse into White’s love life and how she met her TV host husband Allen Ludden, while another humorously depicts her as the Statue of Liberty.
“I remember seeing Betty White and her hubby Allen Ludden on reruns of the original Password program after school as a kid, and grew very fond of them even then,” said Todd Tennant, the man behind the artwork for ‘Female Force’.
“Betty White as Sue Ann Nivens on the Mary Tyler Moore Show will always stand out as my strongest and fondest memory of her.
“Needless to say, I was happy to be given the opportunity to attempt illustrating Betty’s fascinating personal life and her prolific career.”
Bluewater is the company responsible for making comic book biographies for Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga.
Female Force: Betty White will be on sale for $3.99 at shops and online retailers, such as Amazon.com in November.