Bluewater Productions, the company behind Female Force, has also showcased (in comic book format) such female heroes as Gloria Steinem, Hillary Clinton, Barbara Walters and Angelina Jolie. Oh, and the cast of Glee. Publisher Darren G. Davis says the Female Force series aims to examine “strong women in today’s society that have inspired generations and shaped the culture of today.” Nana-nana-nana-nana nana-nana-nana-nana…LIZA! Forget Batman, forget Spider-Man and forget Babs, even. Our new favorite comic book hero is Liza Minnelli. Female Force: Liza Minnelli, a comic book detailing the life of the iconic performer, is now available in digital and print editions. View Comments The 24-page saga is written Michael L. Frizell, illustrated by Rafael Cordeiro and highlights key moments from Minnelli’s prolific career. From her wild days at Studio 54 to her Oscar-winning performance in Cabaret and beyond, Female Force tells it all. What’s missing, sadly, is that time she battled the Green Goblin and the time she took off her glasses and revealed her true identity is Lois Lane. The book comes in four collectible covers, so you should probably definitely buy all of them.