Tim McGraw Strips

Tim McGraw gets graphic in new novel.

Courtesy Bluewater Productions

Let's face it. Tim McGraw is going to look good in any form. We've seen him with hats, without hats, with shirts, without shirts, with facial hair and without. We've seen him as a good guy in The Blind Side and a bad guy in Friday Night Lights.

But get ready to see him stripped. Comic stripped, that is.

The life of Tim McGraw has been documented in a 40-page comic book form for Bluewater Productions, the same company that illustrated the story of Taylor Swift in 2010. Fame: Tim McGraw covers the country star's humble beginnings in Start, La., to his success in movies and music. The graphic novel's writer, David McIntee, says, "Tim has a wider career and area of interest than people might think. I loved the chance to do something with a hint of the western, to go with the musical genre."

Fame: Tim McGraw is available for pre-order on amazon.com and will also be availble in digital form for Nook, Kindle and iTunes. Collectors may want to purchase a special edition print version at comicfleamarket.com.

 

 

 

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