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50 Cent’s The 50th Law is now in comic-book form

If the length of The 50th Law was the only thing keeping you from reading the 304-page treatise on strategy and philosophy written by rapper 50 Cent and author Robert Greene (The 48 Laws of Power), do I have good news for you: It will be available next month as a 60-page comic illustrated by Puffed artist Dave Crosland.

Billed as “your guide to becoming rich and powerful,” the comic, like the bestselling self-help book, uses stories from the life of Curtis Jackson (aka 50 Cent) to help illustrate how to let go of fear in order to succeed. You can download an excerpt from the comic’s website. The adaptation is available Oct. 10 in print ($14.95) and now in digital form ($9.90). Check out a couple of pages below.

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50 Cent. Wasn’t he that rapper that was popular like 10 years ago? Which in rapper years is like 50 years ago

Hes still popular, and hes also the third wealthiest next to P.Diddy and Jay Z

@James

I’ll take your word for it. The only thing I’ve heard from him in the last 10 years is that he dated Chelsea Handler for a bit

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