Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is known for his wit and his charm. Trudeau and his government did rather well in keeping the Coronavirus spread in control across Canada and the country has now moved towards normalcy while other countries in the region are still suffering from a surge in their cases. From his policies to his governance, Justin Trudeau appears to have done a rather good job that the people of Canada seem to be satisfied with.
And now, the life of Justin Trudeau is all set to have his life story turned into a comic book, as part of TidalWave Productions’ media sensation category in its Political Power graphic series. The renowned glossy publication is known for profiling a number of politicians from around the world for over 11 years and have also highlighted Trudeau’s personal and professional milestones and hardships.
The comic book series is all set to highlight how Justin Trudeau grew up in the spotlight with his father, Pierre Trudeau being the 15th Prime Minister of Canada as well as the death of his brother in an avalanche accident. The series will also highlight his role as a teacher before his run to become Canada’s 23rd Prime Minister.
The glossy comic will be a 24-page book and is all set to release on September 16 this year. The book will also look at the global media frenzy surrounding Trudeau’s easygoing nature and his ever-ready for the camera looks which surfaced after he delivered the eulogy for his father. Together with the glossy comic, a special hardcover of the comic book, which the company describes as a “non-partisan profile of the political figure, will also be made available.
Justin Trudeau, 49, has been Canada’s prime minister since 2015.