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November 22, 2010  | by: Sharon Lin

Mark Zuckerberg

The Social Networkwas a huge hit at the box offices, mostly because of how much of an impact Facebook has had on its users. The movie was based on the book, The Accidental Millionaires. Though these mediums seem to have been successful, it is time to question whether or not this Facebook sensation is going too far.

Proposed Mark Zuckerberg Comic Book

It was not a secret that Mark Zuckerberg, the creator of Facebook, refused to help in the production of The Social Network. It has been said that the movie does not describe his character well and that the movie was created more for Hollywood than for the purpose of highlighting Zuckerberg and his success story. The movie was still a success, but would a comic book based on Facebook find the same hype?

That’s right, the comic book Mark Zuckerberg: Creator of Facebook will be available for purchase in late December. They will sell for around $7 a copy. Though there will no doubt be customers because of Facebook’s incredible fan base, it is time to put an end to this Facebook marketing. Other people are simply taking Zuckerburg’s success in hopes of making their own success. The first book was interesting.

The movie captivated audiences, but a comic book that may turn into a television cartoon by the name of Mark Zuckerberg and The Found, is just too much. Rather than attempting to add on to the already glorified success of Facebook, writers and producers should look for success elsewhere.

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