Taylor Swift’s ‘Fame’ Gets Comical
Taylor Swift has come a long way since she moved to Nashville at age 14 to begin her music career. And now, her phenomenal journey is in paper form -- not in a biography, but in a 32-page comic book.
Bluewater Productions released 'Fame: Taylor Swift' this week, as part of their comic book series following the personal and professional lives of stars, also including Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Oprah Winfrey and Justin Bieber. Fellow country artist Trace Adkins has also played the role of a comic book hero, in the Luke McBain series, which ended earlier this year.
'Fame: Taylor Swift' follows the young country superstar through the last decade, including her beginning attempts at writing songs at age 10, her sold-out worldwide tours and even her appearance on the 'Ellen DeGeneres Show.'
Taylor's upcoming album, 'Speak Now,' is due in stores on October 25. The CD, the multiple-Grammy winner says, is the most authentic representation of who she is, both as an artist and in her personal life. "I wrote all the songs myself for this record," Taylor says. "It didn't really happen on purpose. It just sort of happened that way. I'd get my best ideas at 3:00 AM in Arkansas, and didn't have a co-writer around and I'd just finish it. And that would happen again in New York; that would happen again in Boston; that would happen again in Nashville. The songs that made the cut for the albums are the ones that I wrote by myself."
Taylor Swift Live Performance