Batman, Superman, Spiderman. Comic books are for superheros! So of course a strong female heroine, like say...Lindsay Lohan has her very own animated adventures. There has to be plenty of reasons (or one reason, at least, maybe???) someone thought this was a good idea?
When it comes down to it, LiLo does have some traits that (if they weren't misdirected) are positive characteristics. She is confident in herself and she refuses to quit anything.
Writer Marc Shapiro says; “Lohan is both a victim of the all-consuming celebrity culture and a perpetrator of bad decisions, lack of self-control and an unhealthy sense of entitlement.”
And that all might be true but she is persistent in her choice to be a fuckup. She goes to rehab, she keeps on drinking. She faces jail time for DUI, she steals a necklace. The justice system can't hold her down. She's not going to let The Man tell her to quit. This is her thing and she embraces it.
And she has become more famous for it. Do you know her from her most recent court outfit or her role in Herbie Fully Loaded? Paris Hilton, prepping for her new irrelevant show begging someone to be her best friend, is probably wishing she would have done less banquette dancing in pink outfits with a tiny dog and more criminal activity. She for one, will probably benefit from this book-tips and pictures!
Infamous: Lindsay Lohan traces LiLo's battle with drugs and alcohol up to her recent run ins with the law. Infamous also makes one about Charlie Sheen for those of you who would like an added dose of warlock blood and domestic abuse in your comic books.
Give it to your friend who is going back to rehab/jail. They will love it.