Comic Craze: Steve Jobs next on the line!

Steve Jobs is going to become a comic star. Yes every other kid on the planet is going to know him now. The comic books publisher “Bluewater Productions” had already released earlier a comic book character based on Mark Zuckerberg. It sold out very quickly.


Now its Steve Jobs turn. Although the publisher didn’t give any superhero name to him, the book has been titled as “Steve Jobs: The co-founder of Apple”. It is a 32 page comic book unlike Mark Zuckerberg’s lengthy 48 page comic book, this book will definitely catch millions of eyes.


The book consists of a biography of the legend in a comical illustration. According to Bluewater Productions President Darren Davis:

“His innovations command front page news, speculation on his health affects the stock market. Not bad for a college dropout, I’m surprised it took us this long to publish a proper, balanced biography of him.”

Perhaps this Stevey comic craze has hit every other comic book publisher. A similar biography of Steve Jobs is all set to be published by yet another technik, CNN king-pin and also a former TIME whiz “Walter Isaacson” called as iSteve: The Book of Jobs which is supposed to release on March 6,2012. But that’s a bit late in queue.

The book by Bluewater Publications is already available for pre-order at Amazon and is tagged at just $3.99. Grab your copy right now. Other famous titles published by Bluewater Productions include “Sarah Palin”, “Adam West”, “Angelina Jolie” and also the famous popstar “Lady Gaga”.

Slice a comment to let us know what you think about this comic craze. Are you a Comic book fanatic like our Sheldon Cooper or are you not intrigued by Comic books at all? Let us know.

  • I think creating comic on an enterpreneur like Steve is a good idea. He can give kids an inspiration to be successful in their life. However, I feel even 32 page is a long comic for kids. The author could break the book into multiple sections. Nevertheless, I will read the book.

  • Thats really cool. I don’t know how many Kids will pick this up but I know more than a few adults will pick it up if they are able.

    • thats true. many kids are a fan of steve jobs these days…i m sure they r bound to pick a copy or two to learn about this famous character. 🙂

      • Your probably right, I am actually thinking of picking it up for my nephew. He will read comics but not books. I need him to expand his horizons a bit.

  • I am sure that this will attract a lot of apple-crazed fans. Although I want to read Job’s comics, I sure wouldn’t buy it. Then again, I wouldn’t buy nor read Zuckerberg’s comic book.