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Ellen DeGeneres To Star In Female Force Comic Book

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On March 31, Ellen DeGeneres joins the ranks of other influential women including Michelle Obama, Hillary Clinton, Oprah Winfrey, Stephenie Meyer, JK Rowling, and Barbara Walters who have all been featured in Bluewater Productions’ Female Force comics.

Female Force: Ellen DeGeneres will tell the life story of the vegan funny lady from her childhood in Louisiana to present day as an Emmy-winning talk show host and American Idol judge, stopping in between to remember Ellen’s days as a stand-up comedian and star of the self-titled sitcom. The issue will also touch on Ellen’s personal life and her work as an advocate for gay rights.

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Humane Society.

“Ellen has been a leading force for animal protections issues, said Michael Markarian, Chief Operating Officer of the HSUS. “We thank Ellen and Bluewater Productions for sharing the proceeds of her comic book with The Humane Society of the United States, and for supporting out work to celebrate animals and confront cruelty”.

Fans can purchase Female Force: Ellen DeGeneres on Amazon.com for $3.99.

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