Bluewater Productions February 2010 Solicitations

by Jeff

michelleobama Bluewater Productions February 2010 SolicitationsThe kind folks at Bluewater Productions have supplied ComicList with their solicitations for comics and other products featured in the December 2009 Previews, scheduled to ship starting February 2010.


Written by Robert Schnakenberg, art by Tess Fowler, cover by Azim.

The sequel to the sold out comic book! From humble beginnings in Chicago, she rose to become an outspoken advocate, trailblazing First Lady, and international style icon. So how has she adjusted to life in the White House? Relive the exciting, eventful, history making first year of First Lady Michelle Obama. From traveling the globe–and meeting the Queen–to barnstorming the nation in support of her husband’s policies, it’s been an unpredictable 12 months worthy of its own full-length, full-color comic book chronicle.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written and art by various, cover by Patricio Carbajal.

In honor of Black History Month, Bluewater will offer a special trade paperback featuring biographies of leading African-American personalities. The 96-page anthology includes the unabridged issues featuring Barack Obama, Colin Powell, Oprah Winfrey and Condoleezza Rice. These biographies were previously published as individual issues of Bluewater¹s biographical comic titles Female Force and Political Power.

96 pages.


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

In the exhilarating final chapter of the origin of Black Scorpion, Det. Darcy Walker dons her Scorpion costume to take down the Breathtaker and save Angel City from annihilation. But her enemy has planned well and soon Darcy realizes that she can’t do this alone and must rely on the very people she has tried to keep at a distance. In the end, she must make a life or death decision that puts everything she stands for on the line.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Paul Salamoff, art and cover by Keith Tucker.

From the company that brought you Bio-comics on Barak and Michelle Obama, comes a new Bio on an unlikely public figure, Bo, the First Dog of the United States. In this 40 page Special Edition reissue of the widely successful comic, get a floor height tour of the White House from the Presidential Pup and discover who is the real “Top Dog” in Washington.

96 pages, price TBA.


Written and art by various, cover by Patricio Carbajal.

What goes together better than comics and rock music? With almost 300 pages of Rock ‘N’ Roll Comics, Hard Rock Heroes goes way beyond Behind the Music, to tell the real life, behind-the-scenes stories of rock’s most heavy hitters. Creators include Stuart Immonen (Superman: End of the Century), Ken Landgraf (Wolverine), Jay Allen Sanford (Overheard in San Diego), Todd Loren (Beatles Experience), Scott Pentzer (Razor), Mike Sagara (Ninja High School), and many others. Covering bands like Guns N’ Roses, Metallica, AC/DC, Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne, Van Halen, Motley Crue, Poison, Megadeth, Pantera, Anthrax, Motorhead, Sammy Hagar and more.

240 pages, price TBA.


Written by Aaron Stueve, art and cover by Phibbz.

Isis’ life takes an unexpected turn as Dr. Nefarious Love begins focusing on our favorite Egyptian goddess. Meanwhile, Scott’s job is in jeopardy because of the time he’s spent with Isis, and Medusa is back, angrier than ever and ready to turn some suckers into stone. What’s a girl to do?

32 pages, $3.99.


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

The pieces are falling into place for Deep Sleep Operative Logan-6 on his clandestine mission to find the ever-elusive Ballard and destroy his precious Sanctuary. But even the best-laid plans can go awry. When his cover is blown, not only does Logan risk being killed, but also he must make a split second decision that transforms him from the hunter to the hunted. In this heart racing continuation, Logan soon discovers that going rogue comes with a price.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Clay Griffith and Susan Griffith, art and cover by Pablo Martinena.

Nelson Mandela of South Africa is one of the most important figures of the last century. He is a symbol of the struggle against racial and political oppression, and a model for sustaining that struggle with grace and decency. Born into an elite family of the Thembu people, Mandela could have had an elevated place under European control, but he chose a different route. He became a successful lawyer, political activist, national leader, fugitive guerrilla, and finally a prisoner of South Africa’s brutal white supremacist apartheid regime. After 25 years in prison, Mandela walked free to become the first black president in South Africa’s first multi-racial election. Refusing to equate victory with revenge, he called on both supporters and former oppressors to work to heal his fragile country. Mandela realized his place in African democracy, so he set an example by relinquishing power after his term in office. He has since gone on to become a beloved international figure, like a 90-year old rock star, an icon dedicated to sacrifice for those in need.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by CJ Henderson, art and cover 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. Adapted from the series by William Shatner.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Darren G. Davis and Marv Wolfman, art by Billy Tucci, Erik Larsen, Roger Cruz and Mike Wieringo, cover by Nadir Balan.

Throughout the years the 10th Muse has teamed up with some of the top comics such as Shi, Savage Dragon, Tellos, Legend of Isis, and Judo Girl. All these amazing stories brought to you by top comic talent as Billy Tucci, Erik Larsen, Marv Wolfman, Roger Cruz and Mike Wieringo are put together in this single graphic novel. Also included is a never-before-seen crossover with Indie favorite Koni Wave!

96 pages, price TBA.


Written by Mark L. Miller, art by Alex Lopez, cover by Jim McDermott.

The sequel to the cult film Witchfinder General is here. Matthew Hopkins was one of the most notorious witch hunters in recorded history. But how did he become such a ruthless persecutor of evil? Find out why no one is safe from the wrath of the Witchfinder General in this one-shot prequel to the cult classic film also known as The Conqueror Worm.

32 pages, $3.99.

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