RuPaul the Person Reacts to RuPaul the Comic Book

The Female Force comic book series has previously put out biographies of Hilary Clinton, Oprah Winfrey, Lady Gaga, and Barbara Walters (among other notable women). Last week they announced they are releasing a 40-page graphic novel following “the self-described ‘Supermodel of the World’ from his time as a struggling musician and dancer through his first big break as a gender-bending drag queen in the B52s ‘Love Shack’ music video.” Fabulous! And who really cares that Ru’s “force” isn’t technically “female”? Says Bluewater Production president Darren G. Davis: “[RuPaul] is comfortable in his own skin and is happy to let anyone within earshot know that. The fact he chooses his public persona to be female, emphasizes that he stays true to his own concept of self. And that solidifies RuPaul as a female force.” I emailed Ru to ask if he’d seen an advanced copy yet. “No, but I read about it on Twitter,” he replied. “It’s very sweet to be honored in a comic book. I haven’t actually seen it yet, but hope it’s fun, kooky & rated XXX!”

Related

Alyssa’s Secret: Meet the Kids from Beyond Belief

Alyssa's Secret

On this episode of Alyssa's Secret, Alyssa Edwards sits down with some of the kids from Watch Now

Bro’Laska: Alaska and Cory Go Down Memory Lane

Bro'Laska

On this episode of Bro’LaskaWatch Now