tonight's concert at Honda Center, Heard Mentality reviews the bio comic Fame: Justin Bieber Unauthorized so you don't have to read it.
For those of you scoring at home,
has been making a name for itself as a publisher of hastily thrown together unauthorized biographies of celebrities such as Kristen Stewart, Betty White, Sarah Palin, David Beckham, Taylor Lautner and teen idol Carla Bruni-Sarkozy.
Did I say something about how I felt sad ripping this comic? I take it back. This has been quite exhilarating. Makes me want to go after another waste of paper. Anyone want to send me copies of the Justice League: The Rise of Arsenal miniseries?
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