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Whitney Houston Tribute Comic Book

This weekend would have been Whitney Houston’s fiftieth birthday had she not sadly passed away. To pay tribute to the singer, Bluewater Productions has published a comic book about the singer’s life.

The comic book, Tribute: Whitney Houston, covers the singer’s career and how she changed the music industry with her voice. The comic is 32 pages long and is written by Raphael Moran. The artwork was done by Kirk Feretzanis and the cover is drawn by Neil Feigeles.

Cover artist Neil Feigeles commented that “I was very excited to get the opportunity to illustrate Whitney Houston, one of my personal favorite singers. Hopefully what I’ve come up with would make her happy. And hopefully the fans, will think I did her justice.”

Tribute: Whitney Houston
Bluewater Production has done several “Tribute” comic books before, including the likes of Marilyn Monroe, James Dean and Michael Jackson. The publisher of Bluewater Productions Darren G. Davis explains the idea of Bluewater’s “Tribute” line of comic books:

“The Tribute line of comic books tells the stories of the classic entertainers that have passed on… It is a way for us to honor these people who have made a difference in the world.”

For more “Tribute” comics, the line is available on iTunes, Nook & Kindle and in print at the Comic Flea Market. Tribute: Whitney Houston was released this week.

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