Taylor SwiftTaylor Swift has her own line of greeting cards and a sundress collection, and now she is unwittingly following in Trace Adkins' footsteps as a comic book hero.

The 20-year-old, who did not participate in the creation of the comic, is the latest celebrity to have her life and career celebrated in a biographic comic being issued by Bluewater Productions for their Fame series. According to EOnline, 'Fame: Taylor Swift' takes a look back at the singer-songwriter's rise to superstardom, highlighting different points in her career, including writing songs at age 10, touring and even featuring her appearance on the 'Ellen DeGeneres Show.'

The independent comic company is well-known for its biography comics, which have featured such celebrities as Oprah Winfrey, Bill Clinton and Colin Powell. The new Fame line will also feature Lady GaGa, 50 Cent, Robert Pattinson and soccer star David Beckham. Trace was the inspiration behind the four issue series, Luke McBain.

The 32-page Taylor comic, drawn by Erick Adrian Marquez, hits comic shops in July and will retail for $3.99.

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