Following deals for merchandise, endorsements and even a Lifetime Original Christmas movie, the hardest working cat on the Internet is back. And this time, Grumpy Cat is a comic book hero. Meet the artist who made a Grumpy Cat bust out of bacon Grumpy will work with Dynamite Entertainment to bring her famous scowl to the pages of comic books, graphic novels and comic strips. And this isn't her first foray into the world of literature, either; she's already the "author" of two New York Times bestsellers.
The Internet-famous cat and her brother Pokey will debut in comic form with a three-issue miniseries out this fall, which will be bound into a hardcover graphic novel available later this year. Grumpy will also appear in daily digital comic strips that will appear online this summer. Mashable has also learned that other pages from Grumpy Cat's comic book debut will roll out in the lead up to ComicCon. "One of the most important responsibilities for today's comic publishers is creating content that will attract fresh new audiences to experience the wonders of the medium, and Grumpy Cat is the perfect combination of unbearable cuteness, instant fan appeal, and established multimedia presence to make just such a thing happen," Keith Davidsen, marketing manager of Dynamite Entertainment, said in a statement.
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