Ready for more Lindsay Lohan?
Of course you are!
And now there's officially a LiLo comic book coming your way.
In a case of perfect timing, coming on the heels of Lindsay's latest bust, we present Infamous: Lindsay Lohan.
Written by New York Times best-selling author Marc Shapiro and illustrated by Japanese manga artist Mimei Sakamoto, the follows the troubled starlet's roller-coaster life from child star to oft-arrested (and out-of-work) actress.
"This issue can be seen as a tragedy in motion; its last chapter has yet to be written," says Darren G. Davis, president of the publisher, Bluewater Productions. "Lohan is both a victim of the all-consuming celebrity culture and a perpetrator of bad decisions, the lack of self-control and an unhealthy sense of entitlement."
According to author Shapiro, the biography comic book will not only detail LiLo's chaotic, mug shot-filled life, but will also try to examine the underlying causes that constantly fuel her continued downward spiral.
Although the comic book was previously released in Sept. 2011, this is the first time it will be released digitally on Nook and Kindle. The digital version will feature updated material, including Lohan's latest car wreck and recent arrest.
Infamous: Lindsay Lohan, features cover art by comic book artist Joe Phillips. The issue will retail for $1.99 and will soon be released on iTunes for download.
So get your Kindle ready if you want to take a look at Lohan's life in pictures.
Then again, after last night, we have a feeling there are some last-minute revisions going down.