Things you’d never thought you’d hear but now you have: Lindsay Lohan‘s biographical comic book is now available. The comic, titled ‘Infamous: Lindsay Lohan’ was released yesterday (May 1) and follows the trials and tribulations of LiLo’s numerous struggles with the law. As the plot summary states: “She was on the fast rack to superstardom until her wild lifestyle, dysfunctional family dynamic and multiple run-ins with the law derailed her career. But despite it all, Lindsay Lohan … has cornered the market on infamy and yet continues to thrive. ['Infamous'] follows the roller coaster life and career of the young actress who is now more famous for her off-screen exploits than anything she has done in movies.”
Writer Marc Shapiro, who wrote the comic, describes it as “a tragedy in motion; its last chapter has yet to be written. Lohan is both a victim of the all-consuming celebrity culture and a perpetrator of bad decisions, the lack of self-control and an unhealthy sense of entitlement.”
The comic, which also marks the US debut of manga artist Mimei Sakamoto, was initially slated for a September 2011 release, but we guess publisher Bluewater Productions pushed things back to May 2013 because it kept getting more juicy tidbits for the story.