The world's most famous drag queen is trying a new crown on for size -- that of comic book heroine.
Written by Michael Troy and illustrated by Nathan Girten, the long-awaited "Female Force: RuPaul" takes a no-holds-barred look at the "Drag Race" host. Few aspects of the self-proclaimed "Supermodel of the World" are off-limits; the book even delves into RuPaul's early struggles as an openly gay performer, as well as the controversial 1993 appearance with Milton Berle on the MTV Video Music Awards.
Produced by Bluewater Productions, "Female Force: RuPaul" is, of course, just the latest in the popular monthly series, which has featured Madonna, Oprah Winfrey, Barbara Walters and Kathy Griffin in previous issues.
Take a look at some images from the book, released exclusively to HuffPost Gay Voices by Bluewater Productions, below: