Steve Jobs: Comic Book Hero\n\t\tPCWorld managed to snag previews of "Steve Jobs: Co-Founder of Apple," a comic book portrayal of the life of the irascible genius behind the Mac and iPhone in drawings, from his birth to modern day. Here's a look at the images.\n\t\tSteve Jobs: Comic Book Hero\n\t\tThe $3.99 book is published by Bluewater and written by CW Cooke, drawn by Chris Schmidt, and has cover art by Joe Phillips, who has worked on DC comic titles.\n\t\tSteve Jobs: Comic Book Hero\n\t\tBluewater says these are a work-in-progress and that the pages have not yet been colored or had speech bubbles put in, but here you can see an extremely young Steve Jobs.\n\t\tSteve Jobs: Comic Book Hero\n\t\tThe 32-page comic book will be published in August.\n\t\t\n\t\tSteve Jobs: Comic Book Hero\n\t\t"[Jobs has] been called an innovator, risk-taker, a visionary and a genius. He's also been called unscrupulous, an egomaniac and a corporate pirate. Both sides of this complex personality are examined," claims the blurb on Bluewater's website.\n\t\tSteve Jobs: Comic Book Hero\n\t\tJobs notoriously dislikes biographies. When the unauthorized "iCon: The Greatest Second Act in the History of Business" was published by John Wiley & Sons, Jobs allegedly ordered every book by the publisher to be pulled from the shelves of Apple stores.\n\t\tSteve Jobs: Comic Book Hero However, perhaps because of his recent brushes with mortality, Jobs recently authorized Walter Isaacson to write "iSteve: The Book of Jobs," due to be published next year.Steve Jobs: Comic Book Hero\n\t\tThat book is eagerly anticipated, and is currently at ranked #4 in the business biographies section at Amazon.com.\n\t\tSteve Jobs: Comic Book Hero This isn't the first time Bluewater has published a graphic novel biography of a tech luminary. This year it profiled Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg in comic form.Steve Jobs: Comic Book Hero\n\t\tOther biographies by Bluewater include those of radio celebrity Howard Stern, comedienne Kathy Griffin, and Green Lantern star Ryan Reynolds.\n\t\tSteve Jobs: Comic Book Hero\n\t\tThe supporting cast in the comic book includes Steve Wozniak and Bill Gates, and the book shows Jobs at key events in his career, such as product launches.