Bluewater Productions December 2009 Solicitations

by Jeff

jkrowling Bluewater Productions December 2009 SolicitationsThe kind folks at Bluewater Productions have supplied ComicList with their solicitations for comics and other products featured in the October 2009 Previews, scheduled to ship starting in December 2009.


Written by Adam Gragg, art by Matthew Filer, cover by Joshua Labello.

Millions of readers worldwide have been captivated by the Harry Potter series, but what is even more incredible is the woman who created him and his fantastic world. From telling stories as a child, to being forced to go on welfare and finally becoming one of the world’s most famous writers, the story of Joanne Rowling is almost as magical as the world she created.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Todd Loren, Jay Allen Sanford and Mikal Vollmer, pencils by Stuart Immonen and Mike Sagara, cover by Vinnie Tartamella. Beatles Experience! Over 200 pages, dramatizing one of the most compelling tales in pop culture history, drawn from thousands of photos and interviews, meticulously researched and featuring stunning art by Mike Sagara (Rock ŒN’ Roll Comics) and Stuart Immonen (Legion of Super Heroes, Ultimate X-Men). Covering the Beatles’ lives from birth and beyond their breakup, dramatized in dialogue and scene recreations more akin to a film bio than a mere documentary, the Beatles Experience also includes a Chronolog time-line going down each page, with encyclopedia background and footnotes detailing related events happening at the same time in the world, in music, and in the Beatles’ own tumultuous and extraordinary lives.



Written, art and cover by Joshua LaBello.

Born into a life of privilege, George W. Bush lived in the shadow of his father’s political career until finally joining the race himself. In a Presidency riddled by controversy from the start, George W. Bush’s reign was full of terrorist attacks and crashing economies and declaration of war. A revealing look at the most controversial U.S. president in history as he recaps his two terms in his own words.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by William Shatner and Scott Davis, art and cover by Erich Owen.

After spending 4 years in cryogenic stasis for crimes he is certain he did not commit, Jake Cardigan is mysteriously released. Finding himself lost in a world that has changed since his incarceration, Jake tries and put his life back together. His family is gone and Jake; fights the strong urge to self-medicate using a digital drug called Tek. Offered a job to locate a missing enigmatic scientist, Jake can already feels the puppet strings manipulating him to return to the life that got him jailed in the first place. This first volume, “Plague of Ghosts,” revisits and revitalizes the Tek universe created in William Shatner’s best selling novel series.



Written by Paul Salamoff, art by Daniel Cuchacovich, covers by Cuchacovich and Azim.

Detective Darcy Walker dons a makeshift costume and hits the seediest parts of Angel City to investigate the death of her father. Unfortunately at work, she saddled with a new partner, Det. Steve Rafferty, who is tasked to track down and bring in this masked vigilante. As her job collides with her nighttime activities, her own investigation leads her to an unlikely suspect: Dr. Noah Goddard. But how could a man who’s been in a coma for over a year be the criminal mastermind behind her Father’s death?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Aaron Stueve, art and cover by Phibbz.

Isis, along with her new companions, the hardheaded bodyguard, Tony, the ancient Egyptian queen, Cleopatra, the barbarian warrior, Groth, and the indefatigable detective, Mr. Frederick, make their way through a maze of illusions as they seek to escape the clutches of Dr. Nefarious Love!! Also in this issue, Isis’ sister Nephthys as you’ve never seen her before. The penultimate chapter of Isis’ latest adventure, “Illusions.”

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by William Shatner and Scott Davis, art and cover by Lipe.

As Jake Cardigan discovers the true source of the Tek virus spreading through the robot world it also uncovers new revelations about his past. The stakes are now higher, the danger more palpable than ever as Jake faces the defining crossroad of his life.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written, art and cover by Daniel Crosier.

From the chambers of animatronic pioneers Distortions Unlimited: Miners are found dead in a mine shaft, prompting an investigation into the unknown. Lead investigator Alyssa Montoya is haunted by visions of the ominous mine and what secrets it might hold, while set against the backdrop of a corrupt mining operation and the rising tension from protesters.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mel Smith and Paul H. Birch, art by Adriano, cover by Smith.

DR Phibes is back in another new adventure. As the new world prepares to ring out the old millennium, Inspector Trout arrives in New York City to be greeted by a series of macabre murders and the knowledge that his arch-nemesis, Dr. Anton Phibes is behind them!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Bill Spangler, art by John DaCosta, covers by Chris Colhbert and DaCosta.

The Solar Guard faces the robotic ships of the One State, in a battle near Jupiter. At the same time, Tom and Roger must disobey orders to rescue Astro from a heroic but deadly decision.

32 pages, $3.99.

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