Storm Entertainment will be releasing a new comic book about the life of Massachusetts’s Senator, Elizabeth Warren. The award winning female empowerment comic book series Female Force: Elizabeth Warren is released this week; the comic book will be available in print and digital.

From modest means to the Massachusetts Senate, Elizabeth Warren has proven herself a powerful advocate for the middle class. Her plainspoken approach and dogged attacks on Wall Street have resonated with voters looking for someone who understands the crush of debt and the shackles imposed by student loans. STORM is proud to present this graphic nonfiction portrayal of her rise to power.

Michael Frizell writes the 24-page comic book with art by Vincenzo Sansone & Chris Canibano.

 “We believe that it is important for readers to have inspiring role models, to learn about extraordinary individuals that have overcome challenges to make a difference in the world. That was the thought process Darren G. Davis went through before creating the comic book series “Female Force.”

“We wanted to showcase the strong women in today’s society that have inspired generations and shaped the culture of today,” Davis said. “Kids and adults alike can look up to these women as great role models. One of the coolest things about the comic books is that we found schools using them for reluctant readers.”

Female Force has featured actors, politicians, authors, and musicians—everyone from Angelina Jolie, Hillary Clinton, Ellen DeGeneres, Sonia Sotomayor, Michelle Obama, Gabrielle Giffords, Condoleezza Rice to J.K. Rowling and Cher. These biographical comics, written by some of the most talented writers in the comic world and beyond, deliver an informed and illustrated look into the lives of these figures.

Storm has also had success in producing comic book on such political figures as Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, Rand Paul and more in their Political Power series.

Storm has also used their “Female Force” series as an outlet to broaden awareness on important challenges that face many people. In “Female Force: Carrie Fisher,” the former Star Wars actress bravely shares her lifelong struggle with bipolar disorder. Proceeds from the comic book sales are donated to Silver Hill Hospital in New Canaan, Connecticut, a facility specializing in mental disorders. Likewise, Grease star Olivia Newton-John uses her “Female Force” issue as a platform to discuss her fight against breast cancer and raise awareness for the devastating disease.

“Female Force” has been embraced by the media and featured on several television news outlets including The Today Show and on CNN. The series has also been featured in many publications such as The LA Times, MTV, TIME Magazine, and People Magazine. Future titles will feature Gloria Steinem, The Queen of England, Helen Gurley Brown, Melinda Gates, and Mary Pickford.

Print copies of “Female Force” can be ordered at

Is available for $3.99 on your e-reader from iTunes, Kindle, Nook, ComiXology, DriveThru Comics, Google Play, Trajactory, My Digital Comics, Overdrive, Iverse, Biblioboard, ComicBin, Axis360, Blio, Entitle, Comicblender, Kobo and wherever eBooks are sold.

You can get the print copies at Comic Flea Market by clicking here:



  1. So, Storm has created a comic that correctly places Elizabeth Warren as a super-villain? It’s about time. That is empowerment, of a sort…


    1. In print at and also digitally Tunes, Kindle, Nook, ComiXology, DriveThru Comics, Google Play, My Digital Comics, Overdrive, Iverse, Biblioboard, ComicBin,Axis360, Blio, Entitle, Comicblender, Kobo and wherever eBooks are sold.


  2. Female Force sounds like an awesome series of notable women. Currently, we are doing a documentary film on TEXAS GUINAN (1884-1933), the first female star of Western films (during 1917-1922 she starred in “The Gun Woman,” “Girl of the Rancho,” “Texas of the Mounted,” and 43 other movies), who then became Queen of the Night Clubs.
    Are you interested in a 24-page comic-book story of her very amazing life?
    Texas Guinan was earning $800,000/ yr in the 1920s.
    This trailblazer was born in Waco, Texas and has great appeal.
    Let me know if you’d like more details.


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