TidalWave Comics celebrates the life of Betty White by adding her life story to its “Tribute” comic book biography series. Working with Izzy’s Comics and Collectibles in Alabama this special edition will donate a part of the proceeds to the Tuscaloosa Metro Animal Shelter.

Written by Michael Frizell and Patrick McCray and illustrated by Ramon Salas and Todd Tenant, this 30-page comic book is available in print only at Izzy’s Comics and Collectibles through their store and website.

A special limited edition cover by famed comic book artist Trish Forstner featuring Betty White with a lot of cuddly animals. To see the comic book please click on their site: https://bit.ly/3gfEN2F

It says a lot about a person’s life and legacy if people think she died too soon at 99. “Tribute: Betty White” traces the extraordinary life of the actor, writer, wit, and humanitarian who has also been Hollywood’s most enduring ‘it girl’ for seven-plus decades. Tracing her life from the earliest days of television to her time on the “Golden Girls” and recent social media fame, the comic explores her love, drive, and enduring success. This is a bonus edition comic book biography on the life of icon Betty White.

“My wife loved Betty White so much, and even told our 5 year old about her. Betty White was huge impact on so many lives and meant so much to so many. We wanted to do something special to honor her. We are donating to the Tuscaloosa Metro Animal Shelter, they are an affiliate of the American Humane Society and the Humane Society of West of Alabama.” Timothy Yzaguirre, Owner; Izzy’s Comics and Collectibles.

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TidalWave Comics celebrates the life of Betty White by adding her life story to its “Tribute” comic book biography series. Working with Izzy’s Comics and Collectibles in Alabama this special edition will donate a part of the proceeds to the Tuscaloosa Metro Animal Shelter. Written by Michael Frizell...