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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2008

BLUEWATER PRODUCTIONS FOR JANUARY

WRATH OF THE TITANS: CYCLOPS

Written by Matt Frank and Jeff Rebner, art and cover by Matt Frank.

From the pages of the sold out Wrath of the Titans series comes the Cylops. The terror of Colossa, and one of the most fearsome monsters to menace Sinbad on his 7th Voyage? See the story of the beast as he matches wits and muscle against pirates, prehistoric monsters and even other Cyclopeans, with the magical lamp as the glittering prize! It's a clash of titans is blazing color.

32 pages, $3.99.

LEGEND FILMS PRESENTS: MISSILE TO THE MOON #1

Written by Jason Schultz and Darren G. Davis, art and covers by John Polacek.

An all new comic series based on the beloved camp classic from the golden drive-in era! Two escaped cons stow away on a flight to the moon and discover a race of alien women ruled by a fierce and sadistic queen. Each issue will feature never before seen artwork and footage from the Legend Films vault.

32 pages, $3.99.

VINCENT PRICE PRESENTS #5

Written by Scott Davis, art by Ray Armenteros, cover by Joel Robinson.

Casey Morrow never thought he'd be driving a cab for a living. The one-time rising star of the literary world, Casey is haunted is by the ghosts of success and can't seem to recapture his ever-elusive muse. And driving the streets of New York in search of inspiration, all he found was the lethargy of routine...until a deadly accident changed his life forever. Casey Morrow: cab driver has found more than he ever bargained for. He has found his purpose. In the tradition of great anthology genre stories, Vincent Price Presents delivers another gothic tale of mystery and imagination.

32 pages, $3.99.

FEMALE FORCE: HILLARY CLINTON

Written by Neal Bailey, art and cover by Daniel Crosier.

From her beginnings at Wellesley to the battle for the Democratic presidential nomination, Hillary Clinton has from the outset raised critical issues of feminism, politics, and philosophy. Telling the story of her life, Hillary Clinton will explore the former first lady from her detractors to those who would nominate her.

32 pages, $3.99.

WATERBURY #3

Written by Dan Rafter, pencils and cover by Bryan Golden.

The mystery surrounding the small town of Waterbury continues as Audrey makes a deal with the Devil to uncover the real reason behind her husband's death. And why does the beauty queen who's just blown into town give Audrey such a bad case of the chills?

32 pages, $3.99.

THE IMAGINARIES #2

Written by Mike S. Miller and Ben Avery, art by Nikos Koutsis, cover by Koutsis and Miller.

A child's faith is a powerful thing. It gives life to his imagination, and that imagination can even take on a life of its own. But what happens to the imaginary friends, the childhood superheroes, the playmates and stuffed animals when the children who gave them life no longer believe in them? They go to the Imagined Nation.

The origin and fate of Greatman, and the rise of the Ice Queen and the Nasty Bear army are told to Superhero G in an effort to convince him to take up the mantle of the lost hero. A crucial decision that could change the fate of all the Imaginaries! Also, Tanner comes to terms with his parents divorce, by letting go of more than just Superhero G. Introducing to the U.S. market, Greece's No. 1 comic book illustrator, Nikos Koutsis, in his debut American comic!

32 pages, $3.99.



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