The first chapter was published in Japan's Kiss magazine today, and publisher Kodansha has released a few shots online for those of us who just want to gawk a little bit. Reportedly, the manga is a loose interpretation of Walter Isaacson's biography on Jobs, so it's not likely to incorporate anything too outlandish. Whether that's a bonus or a bummer is a matter of personal opinion.
It's all in Japanese (duh), so you'll be hard-pressed to follow the story, but you should know the beats already, and it's not like there aren't a million English-language Jobs films on the way. You can read—well, stare at—the rest of chapter one here. [Apple Insider via The Next Web]