Sept. 17 - A new comic book chronicles the life of British songstress Adele, who took the world by storm with hits like ''Rolling in the Deep'' and ''Someone Like You.'' Elly Park reports.
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After winning an Oscar and getting her own wax figure, British songstress Adele can add "starring in a comic book" to her list of achievements in 2013.
Titled "The Fame: Adele," the book provides a colorful insight to the life and career of the 25-year-old singer, who was born Adele Laurie Blue Adkins to a teenage single mom in 1988 in Tottenham, England.
In her youth, the comic shows, she was a fan of the Spice Girls, and she was active early on social media.
Some of the highlights of Adele's career: the 2012 Grammy Awards, where she scooped up six accolades for her second studio album "21", that include hits such as "Rolling in the Deep" and "Someone Like You."
The 23-page, all-color publication will hit stores on September 18.
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