Dolly Parton is a multi-talented musician, actress, and humanitarian and she is the subject of the latest issue of Tidal Wave’s Female Force comics!
Country music icon Dolly Parton will join the likes of Mother Teresa and Cher in the Female Force comic book line. The issue, written by Michael Frizell and artist Ramon Salas, will be available this March.
The Female Force line, published by Tidal Wave Productions, spotlights women who have made an impact on the world in some way. These one-shots provide biographical information and an overview of their subjects’ careers. Previous issues have spotlighted humanitarian Mother Teresa, former First Lady Michelle Obama, comedian/actress Betty White and activist Gloria Steinem; now Dolly Parton, a multiple award-winning musician, actress, producer, and philanthropist, joins the ranks in the latest issue.
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In a first look provided to Entertainment Weekly, Tidal Wave Productions referred to Dolly Parton in a press release as a “powerhouse” and cited her successful acting and music careers, as well as the charitable work she does. Michael Frizell, the issue’s writer, expressed excitement over the project, calling it a “joy,” on account of Dolly’s many creative and charitable accomplishments. Frizell praised artist Ramon Salas as well, calling Salas’ artwork “expressive” and “timeless.”
Tidal Wave Productions could not have picked a more-worthy subject for their Female Force line. Dolly Parton is an icon in the country music field and has stayed relevant for the past 60 years. Beyond iconic hits such as “Jolene,” “9 to 5,” and “I Will Always Love You,” Dolly has won a slew of awards for her music, including multiple Grammys and Academy of Country Music Awards; she also has crossed over into the pop music world as well.
Parton would go on to branch out into acting, starring in hit films such as 9 to 5 and Steel Magnolias. She was nominated for an Academy Award for the former. Dolly also owns her own theme park – Dollywood, in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Dolly Parton still continues to record music and will appear on Leslie Jordan’s new record this April. Beyond her creative ventures, Dolly is a world-class philanthropist. Born into a 12-child family in East Tennessee, she never forgot her roots and has sponsored several educational initiatives throughout her native East Tennessee; she most recently donated one million dollars to COVID-19 vaccine research, and when the vaccine was ready a year later, Dolly was one of the first to get it.
The Female Force line of comics from Tidal Wave Productions features women who have changed the world for the better, and Dolly Parton will join their ranks in Female Force: Dolly Parton, which will be available in stores and on digital comics platforms March 31.
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Source: Entertainment Weekly
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