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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2011

BLUEWATER PRODUCTIONS FOR JANUARY

ORBIT: JACK KIRBY

Written by John Judy, art and cover by Paul Cox.

Jack Kirby was the king of comics and his impact on entertainment is still being felt today. Read the story of how he started in the slums of NYC, went on to be used by an industry he helped to create, and ended up in the hearts of people worldwide.

32 pages, $3.99.

ORBIT: THE CAST OF DOCTOR WHO

Written by Paul J. Salamoff, art by various, cover by Joe Phillips.

Almost 50 years since it was first broadcast on British TV, Doctor Who is the longest-running Sci-Fi TV series of all time. The secret to its longevity is its uncanny ability to recast the lead actor every few years. But who are the people behind The Doctor? The Cast of Doctor Who takes you back in time to learn about the personal histories of William Hartnell, Tom Baker, Paul McGann and the newest incarnation of The Doctor: Matt Smith.

32 pages, $3.99.

THE MUSE #2

Written by Paul Storrie, art and cover by J. Bruce Bogle.

Morgan's learning that there are some definite upsides to being a teen-aged super-type -- like riding the original winged horse, Pegasus! Unfortunately, the downsides include stuff like a mundane museum field trip turning deadly when the savage she-spider Arachne comes to call! Guest-starring The Odyssey's super-strong Sigma!

32 pages, $3.99.

SHERLOCK HOLMES: VICTORIAN KNIGHTS #2

Written by Ken Janssens, art and cover by Matt Martin.

It started off with the murder of a woman of low standing. Will it lead to the death of the greatest lady in the land? Holmes and Watson race to stop a plot that could rock Great Britain to its core... but will they be too late?

32 pages, $3.99.

WALTER KONIEG'S RAVER – GRAPHIC NOVEL

Written by Walter Koenig, art by David Day and Dan Day, cover by Gregg Paulsen.

Don't yell at Norman Walters. He doesn't deal well with conflict. A psychotic breakdown follows during which his mind invents bizarre nightmare worlds with real villains and real victims. Evil abounds and requires vanquishing. Toward that end, Norman becomes Raver, a superhero with a caveat: his powers change from one twisted reality to another to closely mirror but never exceed those of his enemies. If Raver should fail in these grotesque new worlds, Norman Walters wouldn't get to return to the old warm and fuzzy one. Includes a new adventure!

Price TBA.

QUATERMAIN #2

Written by Clay and Susan Griffith, art and cover by Patricio Carbajal.

To settle a debt, Allan Quatermain returns to the realm of Bwana Nzige, the bloodthirsty Lord of Locusts, where the hunter was nearly killed years earlier. He must accept Nzige's unpredictable mercies to insure safe passage for himself and the beautiful Victoria Cushing on a safari to the mysterious edge of the known map. When Quatermain can finally no longer stomach the horrors of Bwana Nzige's swathe of conquest, he must make a terrible choice: remain silent and safe, or follow a sense of honor that could sentence himself and his companions to unspeakable deaths lost in a trackless realm of monsters.

32 pages, $3.99.

WILLIAM SHATNER PRESENTS: MAN O' WAR #1

Written by CJ Henderson, art by Jaime Martinez Rodriguez, covers by Pat Broderick.

In the near future, friction mounts between the Earth and its Martian colony. Only diplomat Benton Hawkes stands a chance of bringing the warring factions together. There's only two problems--Hawkes hates Mars, and even if he does go, there's an assassin out to kill him before he can get there.

32 pages, $3.99.

FEMALE FORCE: WOMEN IN COMEDY GRAPHIC NOVEL

Written and art by various, cover by Joe Phillips.

Betty White, Kathy Griffin, Rosie O'Donnell & Ellen DeGeneres are some of the most entertaining and hilarious women in modern day comedy. The “Female Force” comic series offers abroad examination of strong and influential women who have shaped modern history and culture. The graphic novel features these comedy queens for the first time together.

Price TBA.

FAME: DRAKE

Written by Marc Shapiro, art by Mike J.C., cover by Joe Phillips.

Rap, R&B and Drake. A heady, thought provoking mixture from a genius on the rise who has it all going on. But behind the talent is the person who is very much the man when it counts. Read all about this superstar's rise to stardom, his dedication to family and the adult way in which he deals with the world.

32 pages, $3.99.

POLITICAL POWER: BARACK OBAMA

Written by Chris Ward, art by Azim Akberal, cover by Vinnie Tartamella.

Barack Obama's story inspired a nation, but you've never seen it told like this! Pick up this wildly entertaining and factual look at the life of our 44th president.

32 pages, $3.99.

TALES FROM WILLIAM F. NOLAN'S DARK UNIVERSE #4

Written by William F. Nolan and Jason Brock, and and cover by various.

Prepare for more chilling stories of the uncanny... the terrifying... the bizarre in the mini-series from Bluewater Productions: Tales from William F. Nolan's Dark Universe!

32 pages, $3.99.

POLITICAL POWER: RICK PERRY

Written by Marc Shapiro, art by CW Cooke, cover by Joe Phillips.

Rocketing up the political charts and seemingly coming straight out of nowhere, Governor Rick Perry of Texas is not just some nobody. He's not an overnight sensation. He's also not a pop star or a celebrity. He's a political figure that will be heard and he's someone that everyone is going to be keeping their eyes on in the coming months.

32 pages, $3.99.

JOHN SAUL'S BLACKSTONE CHRONICLES #3

Written by Patrick McCray, art by Valentin Ramon.

A simple locket drives one man to the brink of madness. A cigarette lighter kindles the flames of religious vengeance. Is the town of Blackstone cursed? Only one person knows – the mysterious inmate of their forbidden Asylum. Can Oliver Metcalf discover the truth? Or does he have a darker destiny?

32 pages, $3.99.

FLEISCHER #3

Written by Edward Gross and Leon McKenzie, art by Fernando Sosa and Merbitt.

Beginning life as a web comic strip, Fleischer eventually proved so ridiculous that it was decided he needed to hit the road...which we prefer to interpret as a need for him star in his own comic book. Which has led to Bluewater and the next stage in the blue and red lummox's career.

32 pages, $3.99.

BANEBERRY CREEK ACADEMY FOR WAYWARD FAIRIES #4

Written by CW Cooke, art and cover by Rene Leon.

Kraken stands revealed, and it's time for war! The Academy is under siege from the evil Kraken, who has been pulling strings from behind the scenes since before the girls met. We also take a closer look at Gloss, the loner of the group. The strongest and mostmysterious of the group, Gloss has been hiding a secret from the others, something that might just tear them apart, right when they need to be theirstrongest. Horrible things have happened to the other girls, and Gloss has to make a choice. Will she save them?

32 pages, $3.99.

THE MISADVENTURES OF ADAM WEST #2

Written by Jeffrey Renaud, art and cover by Kewber Arruda.

Tim Burton missed out on casting Adam West in his Batman movie but TV's original caped crusader leaps through the looking glass and lands smack dab in the sequel to Alice in Wonderland. Forming a dynamic duo with the March Hare, our truly American hero continues his mad-hatting adventures in a universe that makes Gotham City look like Mayberry.

32 pages, $3.99.

VINCENT PRICE PRESENTS #39

Written and art by Stefano Cardoselli.

A small, weird westerntown on the edge of hell is invaded by a horde of demons in the shape of bandits. On their wild rampage through the town, the bandits run afoul of an Asperger's syndrome boy with strange powers, and his silent giant companion. The boy and the giant defeat the demon-bandits and drive them back into Hell. The boy climbs up on the shoulders of his giant friend and rides off into the sunset, leaving the town's preacher and mayor, who looks suspiciously like Vincent Price, wondering…

32 pages, $3.99.








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