Why Do We Need A Rosie O’Donnell Comic Book?

December 29th, 2010 // 1 Comment

There’s a new addition to a long line of unnecessary and absurd comic books based on celebrities: Rosie O’Donnell. The new story, Female Force: Rosie O’Donnell documents the controversies, feuds and successes in the comedienne’s life and can read about spats with Elisabeth Hasselbeck, her adopted children and all the activism she’s done.

“I imagine that most people have no idea what a varied career, and what a busy life, that O’Donnell has enjoyed,” said author Dan Rafter. “I hope that the people who read this comic book, even fans who’ve followed O’Donnell’s career closely, will be reminded what a multi-talented professional that she is.”

But really, is she comic book worthy? Hell, out of all women, is she one of the best that should deserve this ‘accolade?’

“Our Female Force comics feature on women who have made a difference,” publisher Darren G. Davis said. “For the work that she’s done promoting gay and lesbian rights, and especially for her efforts to ensure that gay and lesbian couples can adopt, O’Donnell deserves to be honored. It doesn’t hurt, either, that she’s an accomplished comic, actress and talk-show host.”

Don’t worry the comic is only $3.99 so it’s not like you have to an uber-fan to purchase it.

What are you thoughts on this?

By Justin Thompson
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  1. Ryan

    Why in the world do you care? Don’t like it? Don’t buy it.

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