Ellen DeGeneres: Superhero

We always suspected she was really Superwoman: she came out and her career suffered and then she bounced back, bigger and better than ever with a huge career trajectory:



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Emmys, Covergirl contract, American Idol, not to mention a hot Aussie actress as a wife.

 

 

Well, the animal crusader and AI voice of kindness is now being featured in a comic book series called Female Force. "Female Force: Ellen DeGeneres" promises to follow the entertainer "from her youth in Louisiana, through the endless smoke-filled comedy club circuit, to her breakthrough sitcom, resurrection as an Emmy-winning daytime talk show host, and openly gay advocate for gay rights. A comic in a comic? If Oprah can have her own magazine, we say why not?

 

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