50 Cent’s ‘The 50th Law’ to be adapted into a comic book | Geek News

50 Cent‘s bestselling success strategy manual The 50th Law has been adapted into a comic book to be released through SmarterComics, a company whose goal is to use the comic book medium to simultaneously entertain and empower.

“This powerful book is both entertaining and educational, a perfect fit the growing young adult book market, graphic novels in general and last but not least eBook reading,” Franco Arda, CEO of SmarterComics, told the Long Island Press in an interview last year.

Published in 2009, The 50th Law is a collaborative work between 50 and author Robert Greene (The 48 Laws of Power, The 33 Strategies of War). Based on a central theme of fearlessness, the book details the 10 concepts necessary to becoming fearless and offers tips on how to apply the concepts to your everyday life. The book was designed to look like the Bible — because it’s the bible of fearlessness, so to speak — and the back cover is inscribed with the Latin phrase nihil timendum est, which translates to “nothing is frightening.”

The comic adaptation of The 50th Law will be released October 10th. Pre-order here.