Political Power: Arnold Schwarzenegger

Political Power: Arnold Schwarzenegger

by Jerome Maida
     
 

From bodybuilder to movie icon to Governor of California, the man formerly known as the Conan the Barbarian and the Terminator is truly living the American Dream. From his humble beginnings in Austria to having realistic goals of being the first immigrant in the White House, Schwarzenegger has proven the power of popularity. Experience his climb to the top in this…  See more details below

Overview

From bodybuilder to movie icon to Governor of California, the man formerly known as the Conan the Barbarian and the Terminator is truly living the American Dream. From his humble beginnings in Austria to having realistic goals of being the first immigrant in the White House, Schwarzenegger has proven the power of popularity. Experience his climb to the top in this comic book biography.

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"You'll probably want to get this book because there could be tidbits you do not know" Los Angeles Times

I loved it. Comic biographies are tricky business, plagued with art complexity. When we read fictional stories, we create iconography based upon how the characters are described or drawn. Not so in a biography of a famous person because the reader is already familiar with what the person looks like

A must read for fans and should even intrigue non-fans" Philly.com

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780985591106
Publisher:
Bluewater Productions
Publication date:
09/07/2011
Pages:
32
Product dimensions:
6.20(w) x 9.90(h) x 0.50(d)

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