COURTNEY LOVE To Publish Comic Based On Her Life

Former HOLE frontwoman Courtney Love has joined forces with manga publisher Tokyopop for a comic based on her life. The series, "Princess Ai", follows the adventures of the princess of a mysterious land who disguises herself as a performer and takes refuge in the nightclubs of Kabushiki-cho. Love's character uses the stage both to express herself and hide from attackers. Story lines and dialogue will revolve around Love's lyrics. The creative director for "Princess Ai" is D.J. Milky ("Karma Klub") and the character designer is Ai Yazawa ("Paradise Kiss").

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