Saturday, March 27, 2010

Bluewater Productions Announces July 2010 Titles

Bluewater Comics for July 2010
Vincent Price Presents #20
Writer: Brent Schoonover
Pencils: Brent Schoonover
Cover Artist(s): Brent Schoonover
Popular radio show couple BENNY and BETTY have hit a snag in their off-air relationship. Low ratings and a new romantic interest threaten to put BENNY out of a job for good. With the stress building, BENNY'S inner turmoil finally surfaces in a horrific fashion. Will this be enough to silence the voices in BENNY'S head for good?

Writer: Dan Rafter
Pencils: Thiago Silva
Cover Artist(s): cover: Rantz
From the creator of the 10th Muse comes the newest female group of unlikey heroes. Lonely high-schooler Karen Chugg just wanted a dog. Instead, she got three of the most powerful, deadliest and hippest robot bodyguards to hit the sleepy town of Westville.The good news? Karen's three robots -quickly become her best friends. The bad news? Someone very high up, Oval Office high up, wants those robots back. And he won't stop at anything. Can an ordinary, if slightly unpopular, teen survive killer robots, super-powered school custodians, snotty classmates, chemically boosted monsters and hooded assassins while staying on track to become class valedictorian? Karen Miller's about to find out.

10th Muse: Gallery
Writer: Marv Wolfman
Pencils: Roger Cruz, Randy Green, Andy Park
Cover Artist(s): Ken Lashley with JD Smith
10 years ago this book from IMAGE COMICS blasted onto the scene as the 6th highest selling comic book. Covers by famed comic book artists like Chris Bachelo (X-Men) , Andy Park (Tomb Raider), Randy Green (Witchblade), Roger Cruz (Spiderman) were published. Now in one place you will find the best of the best of 10 years of covers. Greek mythology has documented the nine Muses, the inspirational daughters of the almighty Zeus. But history forgot one--the 10th Muse. Come celebrate 10 years with a cover by Ken Lashley and JD Smith.

Female Force Anne Rice
Writer: Scott Davis
Pencils: Various
Cover Artist(s): cover: 2 covers Juan Mar and Vincent Deporter
Anne Rice's uniquely gothic, sensuous, and existential approach redefined the modern vampire mythology. Shaped by personal tragedies, critical successes and failures, and a fervent rediscovery of her Catholic roots, Rice has penned over 27 novels from the supernatural to historical tomes, erotica and religious themes. But Anne Rice's life is just as interesting as the tales she spins.

The Claw and the Fang #3
Author(s): Mike Kutcher
Artist(s) Matias Basla
Cover Artist(s): 2 covers - all equal: A: Matias Basla B. Steven Babb
Noc rescues Justin from the clutches of the Four and the eternal adventure is realized when Justin begins to comprehend the power given to him by the Firewoman. Eremon, the warrior king that once was, is once again and must now save both Earth and the Spirit World from the evil demon Noro.

Political Power: Presidents
Writer: Various
Pencils: Various
Cover Artist(s): cover: Azim
A spin-off series from the popular FEMALE FORCE line comes Political Power. Political Power, a new title that focuses on past and present American politicians. This new graphic novel features the Presidents of the United State, Backark Obama, Bill Clinton, George Bush and Ronald Reagan.

Logan's Run #6
Author(s): Paul Salamoff
Artist(s) Daniel Gete
Cover Artist(s): Daniel Gete
Logan's life has led him to this moment. A decision that goes against everything he was born and bred to be. But can a man conditioned to kill to protect the system, kill to destroy it? As Logan's run comes to an explosive end who will be left standing on Lastday?

Political Power: Arnold Swarchenegger
Author(s): Justin Peniston
Artist(s) Matt Filer
Cover Artist(s): Deborah Max
From bodybuilder to movie icon to Governor of California, the man formerly known as the Conan the Barbarian and the Terminator is truly living the American Dream. From his humble beginnings in Austria to having realistic goals of being the first immigrant in the White House, Schwarzenegger has proven the power of popularity. Experience his climb to the top in this comic book biography.

Violet Rose: Graphic Novel
Writer: Emma Davis & CW Cooke
Pencils: Brian Hess & Erik Thompson
Cover Artist(s): cover: Erik Thompson
Violet Rose is a self-proclaimed sixth grader super-sleuth, a foster child who discovers that many of the people in her normal suburban town are actually supernatural beings hiding in seemingly ordinary lives. With best friends, Lindsey and Ciara, a spirit from a Renoir painting, Violet is a little detective that never gives up. Solving cases after her homework is done while learning about the magical gift her grandfather gave her before he passed.

Rock 'N' Roll Comics: Joan Jett
Writer: Spike Steffenhagen, Jay Allen Sanford
Pencils: Joe Paradise, Larry Nadolsky
Cover Artist(s): Michal Szyksznian
"Rock 'N' Roll Comics, Joan Jett” She is best known for her work with Joan Jett & the Blackhearts including their hit cover "I Love Rock N' Roll". This one shot tells about her life from when she was in the “Runaways” to when she broke off to her iconic solo career.

Roger Corman Presents: Battle Amongst The Stars #4
Writer: Martin Fisher
Pencils: Ben Hansen
Cover Artist(s): Ben Hansen
“The battle concludes! The Malmori press their assault and get closer to their target, the Oztem replication technology. Zed and the resistance forces face their greatest choices. Are they willing to lay down their lives to stop Remlar and his forces? Who will survive at the end to tell the tale?”

Legend of Isis/ Black Scorpion - One shot
Writer: Aaron Stueve
Pencils: Dahar L. Butler
Cover Artist(s): Azim & Dahar L. Butler
In a stand-alone issue, Isis runs away from her problems in L.A. to the opposite side of the country where she meets up with Roger Cormen's Black Scorpion! While in Black Scorpion's stomping ground of Angel City, Isis comes across a foe from her past and now that she is developing new god-like powers, she deals with him with more finality than ever before! Leading up to an explosive story-arc, this issue is a CAN'T MISS!!

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