Carrie Underwood's journey to fame is now being chronicled in a comic book! 'Fame: Carrie Underwood' is 32 pages chock full of her rise from small town girl to country music stardom.

The comic book won't just be a bunch of jokes, though. Released by Bluewater Productions in print and digital, the story is one of faith, determination and inspiration, following Underwood's trials and tribulations that eventually lead her to where she is now: superstar status.

Publisher Darren G. Davis explains that the 'Blown Away' songstress has been on their radar for a while now."We get a lot of requests on subjects to tell their stories in this unique medium. Carrie Underwood has always been at the top of the list when people mention to us who they would like to see a comic book of," he explains.

The comic book features the writing of Loyd Gant, with art by Manuel Diaz and a cover by famed artists Nelson Hernandez. Diaz gushes, “Carrie Underwood rose to fame after winning the 4th season of American Idol in 2005. This is the story of how a girl from a town in Oklahoma came to conquer the hearts of millions of people with her beautiful voice. For me it has been very exciting to draw this biography and to know the brilliant career of this young artist."

Underwood isn't the only country star to be featured in a comic book. Taylor Swift and Tim McGraw's lives have been immortalized in comics by Bluewater, and Brad Paisley will soon be another 'Fame' subject.

Fans can order the book on iTunes, with print copies available here and downloadable titles wherever eBooks are sold. 'Fame: Carrie Underwood' will be released Nov. 13.

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