Bluewater ProductionsThis Friday would have marked Whitney Houston's 50th birthday, and to honor the late singer, who passed away in February 2012, Bluewater Productions is issuing a comic book about her life.
In the 32-page comic, titled Tribute: Whitney Houston, readers will be able to relive how Houston broke records in the music and movie industries.
In the comic's description, the singer is described as "an idol to millions and adored all over the world" who was "tragically taken away" by the "demons of her past."
"I was very excited to get the opportunity to illustrate Whitney Houston, one of my personal favorite singers," says, the book's artist, Neil Feigeles, in a statement. "Hopefully what I've come up with would make her happy. And hopefully the fans will think I did her justice."
Whitney joins the legendary Michael Jackson, who was also a subject featured in the publisher's "Tribute" line of comics, along with Elizabeth Taylor, Marilyn Monroe and James Dean.
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