She's been conquering the music charts with her infectious pop hits, the pages of magazines and blogs with her unpredictable fashion choices, and now it seems that Lady Gaga is poised to land in another medium of expression, the comic book. Debuting in the pages of pop culture artist Brian Einersen's work Lady Saga, the singer-songwriter will use her, according to marketwire.com, "fashionable wit", to send up fashion luminaries such as Christian Dior and Yves St. Laurent. Lady Gaga has always been associated with fashion and design, recently performing for designer Marc Jacobs at a party of his. In connection with that, the book, which will appear in either baby blue, youthful yellow or octo-mom orange colors, is being sold exclusively through Marc by Marc Jacobs stores. The book is gathering plenty of attention, and that's not necessarily a bad thing for the twenty-three year old artist. Her latest album, The Fame Monster, debuted in stores on Monday, November 23rd.