TidalWave Comics announced it was adding First Lady Jill Biden to its “Female Force” series.
The comic book titled, “Female Force: Jill Biden,” will be released April 7, according to a Reuters article published Tuesday.
U.S. first lady Jill Biden will be the subject of a new comic book, which will be released in print and digitally https://t.co/tTPP8Ol0Iw pic.twitter.com/26OMfDoDyG
— Reuters (@Reuters) March 31, 2021
“We believe that it is important for readers to have inspiring role models, to learn about extraordinary individuals that have overcome challenges to make a difference in the world,” TidalWave Comics said in a statement, the outlet reported. (RELATED: DC Introduces ‘Non-Binary’ Successor To Superhero ‘The Flash’)
There will also be a matching coloring book to go along with the comic.
Other females in the series include former first lady Michelle Obama, singer Cher, actress Betty White, Vice President Kamala Harris, nun Mother Theresa and country star Dolly Parton, according to Reuters. Parton’s comic book is set to be released on March 31.
This is kind of cool. Having a comic book made about you isn’t one of everybody’s goals, but I guess it could be cool to have. The ladies included in this series so far are pretty great women. The only thing I would suggest is featuring ordinary women.
Most women aren’t going to end up being actresses, singers or even high-profile leaders—that’s okay. Ordinary women are just as powerful and as much of a “female force” as first ladies and music stars.