Steve Jobs' influence over the people has not waned even though he passed away four months back. Besides biography, documentaries, action figures and TV specials, the people have found another way to immortalize the person who has changed the way they interact with technology - publisher Bluewater Productions released a Jobs-themed comic book on Wednesday.

The 32-page comic book, entitled Steve Jobs: Founder of Apple, depicts Job's story life chronologically - from his adoption as a baby to his career at Apple. Jobs was the chief architect of the Apple empire and he had radically changed the way people use technology in their daily lives.

The comic offers readers a unique insight into ... Jobs' legendary drive to the top and his continuing fight to stay there, Bluewater Productions wrote on its website.

In fact, the comic book plan was disclosed last June and was originally scheduled for release two months later. As the plan did not anticipate Job's passing away on Oct. 5, 2011, the comic book doesn't include the related details of the event.

Admire him or dislike him, Jobs' vision and business acumen revolutionized the world, author CW Cooke said in a statement.

The comic book is on sale in stores and on for $3.99. If you prefer reading on the tablet, you can get its e-book form both on the Nook and Kindle.

The content of the book is reliable, for it follows the Jobs' authorized biography Steve Jobs written by the author Walter Isaacson. Even though it was released almost at the end of last year, the biography, originally dubbed iSteve: The Book of Jobs, has become the bestseller of 2011.

One thing is certain - the tributes for Jobs will continue to flow in and it won't a surprise, if the life story of the Apple co-founder is released on the big screen one day.

Bluewater Productions is a top independent publishing company specializing in comic books and graphic novels. The company had also released a 48-page Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook's founder - comic book last February. It also has plans of releasing a comic book about Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates later in March this year.