EXCLUSIVE: PETA has joined forces with Bluewater Productions to give fans an eerie surprise on the back cover of Betty White's comic book debut, 'Female Force: Betty White.' White's late 'Golden Girls' co-star Bea Arthur glares disapprovingly from a controversial PSA warning readers about the slaughter practices of McDonald's.

The ad first made headlines in April, when it ran in the Chicago Tribune -- nearly a year after Arthur's death -- with the headline "McCruelty: It's enough to make Bea Arthur roll over in her grave."

During her life, Arthur was a longtime supporter of PETA, and the ad states she left money to the animal rights group for their campaign against McDonald's. It begins: "Death couldn't stop this Golden Girl from fighting the Golden Arches' cruel slaughter practices."