The cover for Steve Jobs: Co-Founder of Apple, due in comic book shops in August.
Set to be published in August 2011 by Bluewater Comics, Steve Jobs: the Co-Founder of Apple is a comic book bio by writer C.W. Cooke and artist Chris Schmidt that aims to tell the story of Apple’s inimitable founder in a less wordy and more visual format than Steve Jobs’ official biography.
Although the comic has not been colored or lettered yet, Bluewater Productions was kind enough to give Cult of Mac an exclusive preview of a few of the pages of the still unfinished comic, covering everything from Steve Jobs’ birth and adoption to his time as a tripped-out, LSD-popping Buddhist working for Atari. Check them out!
Steve Jobs unveils the original iPhone at Macworld in 2007.
Adoptive parents Paul and Clara pluck an infant Steve Jobs from his hospital basinet.
Steve Jobs attends Reed College in Portland, Oregon. He drops out after just one semester.
Returning from a trip to India as a Buddhist (during which time he heavily experimented with LSD) Steve Jobs went back to his job at Atari, where he and Steve Wozniak worked on eliminating redundant chips from the circuit board of the game 'Breakout'.
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