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Fame: Lady Gaga 2Late last month, we brought you an exclusive preview of "Fame: Lady Gaga 2," the sequel to Bluewater Comics' comic book biography of MTV's 2009 Woman of the Year, Lady Gaga.

Yes, the first comic sold so well that they're doing a sequel — and this time around, the issue will focus more on her career instead of her personal life and impact on the cultural landscape. Bluewater has provided Splash Page readers with the first, exclusive look at colored pages from the comic, featuring art by Dan Glasl.

"I had a blast working on this book, drawing all the crazy outfits and outrageous hairstyles, and I really think fans of Lady Gaga will enjoy reading about her life and path to stardom," said Glasl in the initial announcement of the project. Read More...

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Lady Gaga comicIt's been a busy afternoon in the comics world, folks.

Earlier today, we brought you an exclusive preview of "Fame: Lady Gaga 2," the sequel to Bluewater Comics' recent, unauthorized biography of the popular musician. Just a few hours later, BleedingCool.com reported that the publisher was sent cease-and-desist orders from licensing attorney Kenneth Feinswog on behalf of his clients, Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber (the subject of another bio-comic hitting shelves in October).

In light of the report, MTV News reached out to Bluewater publisher Darren G. Davis, who confirmed receipt of the cease-and-desist orders and offered his official response to the report and paperwork. Read More...

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Lady Gaga comicBack in May, we brought you an exclusive preview of "Fame: Lady Gaga," the comic book biography of MTV's 2009 Woman Of the Year.

Published by Bluewater Comics, the issue performed well enough to merit an encore performance, igniting controversy and creating quite a bit of buzz — just like the musician herself. This November, the publisher sends "Fame: Lady Gaga" back to the shelves with a new comic focusing more on her career instead of her personal life and impact on the cultural landscape.

Still, the comic promises to feature "all the hairstyles, stage blood, drama and costumes that make Lady Gaga impossible to ignore." Read More...

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Fame: Lady Gaga comic"Fame: Lady Gaga" hits shelves in a few weeks, featuring the comic-book debut of MTV's Woman of the Year — and we have your exclusive first look at the issue!

The latest in Bluewater Productions' line of biography comics based on famous celebrities from the world of politics and pop culture, the "Lady Gaga" comic arrives in full May 26 (a preview of the comic was one of this year's Free Comic Book Day offerings). Written by Dan Rafter and drawn by Kristoffer Smith, the comic also includes the "Lady Saga" mini-comic created by Brian Einersen that was sold in Marc Jacobs stores last year.

Read on for all the details, plus an exclusive, five-page preview of the comic. Read More...

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FCBDHere at Splash Page HQ, we can hardly contain our excitement for Free Comic Book Day 2010 this weekend. It's the one day of the year where there's absolutely no excuse not to head straight out to the local comic book shop bright and early in the morning (not that you shouldn't hit up your store of choice every Wednesday, of course)!

Comic book publishers are offering brand-new, compelling stories completely free of charge at stores nationwide, with many creators even slated to make guest appearances at certain shops. From further tales of Iron Man and Thor to a war waged by Superman, there is plenty of diversity on display within this year's Free Comic Book Day offerings.

In order to simplify things, we've listed some of the books that you might be particularly interested in checking out. Read More...

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Lady Gaga comic bookLast month, we gave you the first look at "Fame: Lady Gaga," the upcoming biography comic hitting shelves later this year from Bluewater Productions. Since the first cover created such a stir, we're back with an exclusive peek at two more covers planned for the issue.

Just in case you missed the news the first time around, the new line of "Fame" comics will present unauthorized biographies of celebrities from the music and movie world, kicking off with MTV's Woman of the Year, Lady Gaga. According to the publisher, the preview issue of "Fame: Lady Gaga" will be available in May for Free Comic Book Day, and future issues will focus on such notable pop-culture icons as 50 Cent, David Beckham and Taylor Swift.

Earlier this week, we gave you the first look at several covers from the "Fame" comic spotlighting "Twilight" star Robert Pattinson. Read More...

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Lady Gaga comic bookWe've seen comic books about everyone from "Twilight" author Stephenie Meyer to Presidential puppy Bo Obama hit the shelves this year from publisher Bluewater Productions, and now the company has revealed exclusively to MTV News where they'll turn their attention next.

Following on the heels of their popular "Political Power" and "Female Force" comics, Bluewater will publish unauthorized biographies of celebrities from the music and movie world in their upcoming "Fame" line — and their first subject will be none other than MTV's Woman of the Year, Lady Gaga. According to the publisher, the preview issue of "Fame: Lady Gaga" will be available in May for Free Comic Book Day, and future issues will focus on such notable pop-culture icons as Robert Pattinson, 50 Cent, David Beckham and Taylor Swift.

But that's not all! Bluewater has also provided Splash Page readers with the first look at the "Fame: Lady Gaga" cover. Read on for an exclusive peek at the "Lady Gaga" cover image and more details about the "Fame" line. Read More...

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Lady GagaOkay, confession time: I had to look up Marc Jacobs on Wikipedia before I began writing this post. But if you've ever seen the way I dress, my lack of awareness regarding one of the world's most well-known fashion designers should come as no surprise.

One person I am aware of, however, is Lady Gaga. Heck, it's hard not to be aware of a musician whose taste in costumes rivals the wildest comic book characters ever created. And apparently, she's now the focus of a comic book available in Marc Jacobs stores.

According to Fashionista, artist Brian Einersen created the Lady GaGa comic as an exclusive offering at Marc Jacobs locations. "The cover name-drops St. John, Christian Dior, and Yves Saint Laurent so we know it’s worth the read," reports the site. "Not only is the comic fashionable and funny, but it retails for only two dollars making it a guilt-free purchase." Read More...

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