Singer-songwriter Stevie Nicks is starting a new chapter as a comic book star You can see the singer's animated story come to life in the 22-page book Female Force: Stevie Nicks. Rumors are she's being reimagined in her signature witchy style and long blond hair.

Singer-songwriter Stevie Nicks is starting a new chapter as a comic book star

Singer-songwriter Stevie Nicks is starting a new chapter as a comic book star

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You can see the singer's animated story come to life in the 22-page book Female Force: Stevie Nicks. Rumors are she's being reimagined in her signature witchy style and long blond hair.

LEILA FADEL, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Leila Fadel.

Stevie Nicks has had a storied career as a rock star. Now she's starting a new chapter as a comic book star. You can see the singer's animated story come to life in a 22-page book. It's called "Female Force: Stevie Nicks." Rumors are she's being reimagined in her signature witchy style and long blond hair. It looks like something you might have seen in your dreams. Personally, I can't wait.

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