Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg to appear in a Comic Book

By on Sep 28, 2010 in United States, World Comments

While the David Fincher film, “The Social Network”, which is the story of the founding of Facebook will be on theaters this October 1, its founder Mark Zuckerberg is reportedly to appear in a comic book.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the biography of Mark Zuckerberg will be featured in a comic book, courtesy of Bluewater Productions.

Bluewater publishes fantasy and sci-fi comics, and also features life stories about interesting personalities.

Among them were Sarah Palin, Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, Margaret Thatcher, Michelle Obama, and Lady Gaga.

Now, the publishing company was said to release a 48-page comic about Mark Zuckerberg, which will cost $6.99, and will be available this December.

However, Bluewater writer Jerome Maida admits that Mark Zuckerberg did not participate in the research and writing for the upcoming comic book about him.

Maida said he earlier tried to reach out for the 26-year old billionaire, but was ignored. “He’s a little busy, I guess,” he said.

Maida said he then based his research on different published articles about the Facebook founder like “The Accidental Billionaire,” a book by Ben Mezrich.

“There’s a lot of irony in his story,” Maida told to The Hollywood Reporter.

Facebook has helped people connect to each other but its rapid growth caused him to disconnect with some of his friends and associates.” He added.

Earlier, Mark Zuckerberg donated $100 million for children’ education as he visits Oprah Winfrey on her show.



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