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The Creator of Facebook Comes to Comics

Mark Zuckerberg (the creator of Facebook) enters the comic book world in a new comic book simply called Mark Zuckerberg (originality abounds). The comic is produced by an independent comic book company in Vancouver, Bluewater Productions Inc, written by freelance journalist Jerome Maida, and illustrated by Sal Field.

After Mark Zuckerberg’s portrayal in the movie “The Social Network,” a movie chronicling the creation of Facebook and its creator, Bluewater Productions promises that this issue will present a different kind of Mark Zuckerberg rather than the cruel man stealing his friends’ ideas for Facebook portrayed in the movie. The scrip’s tone will still have a tone similar to the movie. The comic has also been proposed as the possible script for an animated movie about Zuckerberg.

The Mark Zuckerberg comic has come out in stores and electronically today, February 23rd. It is 48 pages and costs $6.99. Let’s see if this boy billionaire can make some more money off these comic sales.

Mark Zuckerberg #1 cover

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