Typex's Andy: The Life and Times of Andy Warhol is a tour de force of comics biography. It's 562 (silver-edged!) pages delve deeply into the life and times of its subject. It is divided into 10 chapters, each of which is conceived and designed as an individual comic book, complete with it's own cover (and, as an added bonus, each also comes with its own uncut sheet of collector trading cards). Not only that, each "issue" is drawn in a style and designed in a manner that work together to capture the feel of the period it covers as well as the mindset of Warhol's artistic mode during that time. Quite a trick! Beginning with "Somewhere Over the Rainbow: 1932-1946" (set right here in Pittsburgh) and ending with "New York, New York: 1987", Andy (which is also subtitled, "A Factual Fairytale") is a heavily researched work that provides plenty of historical detail and psychological insight at the same time that it makes for a highly engaging read.
The publisher has provided an all-too-brief preview HERE that will at least provide some idea of what's in store, but just barely.