Latin singer Selena included in new U.S. comic book

Latin singer Selena included in new U.S. comic book

Selena, the Tejano music performer killed in 1995, will be the star of a U.S. comic book appearing later this month.

Selena, whose birth name was Selena Quintanilla-Perez, will be the focus of “Female Force: Selena,” a comic book in English and Spanish being released by TidalWave Comics on Aug. 11.

“So much has been said about Selena. I wanted to tell her story while bringing something new to it. I hope the readers – and her fans – enjoy what we’ve put together,” said Michael Frizell, writer of the comic book.

The book is part of a series focused on women who have a worldwide effect.

Some of the time called the Mexican Madonna or queen of Tejano, Texas-born Selena died on March 31, 1995, when she was shot by the founder of her fan club.

In any case, her Grammy-winning music has kept on selling strongly. Tejano, likewise called Tex-Mex music, fuses American and Mexican impacts.

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