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Posted at 2:55 PM ET, 01/16/2009

Caroline Kennedy: Running for U.S. Comics...

By Michael Cavna

Michelle Obama, Sarah Palin and Hillary Clinton have previously been chosen to be featured in laudatory bio-comic books that look positively at their lives. Now, Bluewater Productions announces its latest candidate to make the grade:

Caroline Kennedy. She with her eye on a New York seat for Senate.

Bluewater, which has a continuing series about "influential and iconic women," says it chose the daughter of John F. Kennedy before she announced her interest in New York politics. "She was on the short list," says publisher Darren G. Davis, adding: "She is an amazing person who has done a lot for education."

Written by Neal Bailey and drawn by Ryan Howe this one-shot will be in stores in June.


By Michael Cavna  | January 16, 2009; 2:55 PM ET
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Comments

Yeahbut, she isn't recognizeable in that artwork. Most of use remember her from this photo.

http://apimages.ap.org/unsecured/L.aspx?st=lbxe&id=HP7n0NNixCB7wQj40ZUyng%3D%3D&showact=results&sort=relevance&page=1&sh=10&kwstyle=and&dbm=PY2000&adte=1223775821&ish=x&moid=150425&pagez=60&ref=-1&rids=911530855ee5da11af9f0014c2589dfb&xslt=lbx1up&dispname=6311250226%2C%20JFK%20FUNERAL

Posted by: MSchafer | January 16, 2009 3:56 PM | Report abuse

Actually, I recall that during the JFK administration there was a comic strip by well-known humorist Gerald Gardner called "Miss Caroline" that was centered around a child growing up in the White House. I just Googled it to make sure, and indeed, here it is:

http://www.misterkitty.org/extras/stupidcovers/stupidcomics165.html

Posted by: seismic-2 | January 17, 2009 8:57 AM | Report abuse

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