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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