Bluewater Productions sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the upcoming Female Force: Stephenie Meyer issue – the biography of the Twilight author.  With the fervor surrounding the Twilight series, I expect this to be a top seller when it hit stands just before the New Moon release.

Female Force: Stephenie Meyer
From a dream to a string of best sellers to a successful movie franchise, Stephenie Meyer has captured the imagination of millions with her stories about a young girl and her vampire lover. Now the tables are turned as Stephenie Meyer becomes the featured protagonist in a special Female Force doubled-sized one shot. Female Force: Stephenie Meyer, released just in time for the upcoming movie sequel based on her book “New Moon,” examines her rise to popularity, her Twilight saga novels and her future plans. This book will also include the history of Forks; the Washington peninsula town where her stories take place as well as other bonus material not found anywhere else.

There are actually two different versions of this comic, the comic book version, which sells for $3.99 and the graphic novel version, which will go for $6.99.  The graphic novel is double-sized and contains a bunch of other extras for fans to check out.

via Bluewater Productions


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  1. Yes, the author of crappy vampire romances is surely an equal “female force” with a world leader or influential politician. At least the art quality matches the stories’ quality – that is to say, it’s crap. The cover should show her having her brother screen out only the “good” emails from her readers.

    • The cover should have her pointing and laughing at the suckers buying this (and no doubt her other pablum). But maybe the subtlety of that would be lost on the target audience?

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