Thursday 27th November 2014,
Comic Booked

New Releases from Bluewater Productions

Kelly Cassidy 12/14/2012 Reviews

This week, Bluewater Productions has a number of new books coming out in both print and digital format. Never heard of them? Odds are you have seen their wares at your local comic shop but maybe you’ve never stopped to look. I’ll admit this is the case with one of the local comic shops in my city – they carry the books (hell, they carry everything at one local store!) but I’ve never stopped to look at them before because.. well, I just didn’t. I knew what I wanted. But now that I take a look at their product line, I see titles such as Logan’s Run and books by Star Trek alumni William Shatner and Walter Koenig! OK, maybe it’s time to give these guys another look.

And we’re going to help you take a look at some of what came out this past week from this label!

BRAND NEW PRINT & DIGITAL TITLES RELEASED FROM BLUEWATER THIS WEEK

This week is ALL NEW at Bluewater Productions! From classic Superheroes, horror to Greek mythology.

All titles are available now in print at Comic Flea Market as well as digitally on ITunes, Nook, Kindle and wherever digital comics are sold:
Wrath of the Titans: Force of the Trojans #1Wrath of the Titans: Force of the Trojans #1
Writer: Chad Jones
Artist: Damian Graff
Monsters are on the loose! As a dangerous dragon tears through the streets of ancient Pythia, the god of the sun Apollo, and his sister, the goddess of the hunt, Artemis leaps to the rescue. Who is the shadowy foe behind the creature, and what does he want with the twin gods of Olympus?

Odyssey Presents: Valkyrie vs. Venus: ONE SHOTOdyssey Presents: Valkyrie vs. Venus: ONE SHOT
Writer: Erica Carlson-Schultz
Artist: Eduardo Mello & Grafimated Cartoon
An unusual amulet, an ancient spell, and a whole lot of money render Venus, the Goddess of Love, a slave. An evil, mad genius looking for revenge on old enemies uses the Goddess to exact his wishes. Valkyrie must work her own magic to break Venus from the spell.

 

John Saul's The God Project #3John Saul’s The God Project #3
Writer: John Saul and David McIntee
Artist: Federico De Luc
Sally and Bernie Montgomery have found some disturbing information about the death of their baby daughter – but is it really an answer, or just another question? Malone, meanwhile, continues to search for Lucy Corliss’ missing son Randy, but his investigation is soon to surprise him. Meanwhile, who really runs the CHiLDhood network, and who or what is GT-21…?

Walter Koenig's Things to Come #4Walter Koenig’s Things to Come #4
Writer: Walter Koenig
Artist: Juan Baez
The spilling of blood.
The death source and the life source.
The end of humanity and its beginning.

 

50 Shades of the Twilight Games50 Shades of the Twilight Games
Writers: CW Cooke & Crystal Vandiver
Artist: Gabriel Rosswell
Take one part bloodsucker, one part magician, one part ruthless huntress, and throw in a little bondage. What do you get? An all-out battle where arrows fly, teeth gnash, and magic spells clash. Who will survive? Find out in “50 Shades of the Twilight Games,” the new graphic novel parody from Bluewater Productions.

So let’s see what we have here… A little Koenig, a little horror, a little mythology, a little parody… A little bit of everything! I think it’s time to give these guys a look and with names like Walter Koenig and John Saul releasing titles this week, it’s certainly worth a peek!

What do you guys think? Are you joining me in taking a look at what’s in the depths of Bluewater?

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About The Author

Kelly Cassidy has been collecting comics for around 30 years and can actually list the first comic he bought with his own money. By day, he works as a technology manager and community leader in web technologies, presenting at web conferences around Canada. By night, he struggles to actually create the list of comics he owns as he keeps adding more to his collection. He also struggles with talking in third person.

  1. jeffhillwriter 12/14/2012 at 11:57 pm

    Looks like this stuff is at least worth a read. Too bad my local comic shop only carries superhero titles.

  2. Scorp_Moonopoly 12/15/2012 at 12:29 am

    I read something from Bluewater once, I think it was a Black Scorpion comic or something.

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