Bluewater Productions has sent Major Spoilers first looks of titles arriving in July and August. Isis #1, a new series, not to be confused with the previous Isis comics arrives next week (July 25). Check out the company’s other properties after the jump.

Ray Harryhausen Presents: Wrath of the Titans #2
Author(s): Darren G. Davis
Artist(s): Nadir Balan
Cover Artist(s): Nadir Balan & Tone Rodriguez (2 covers 50/50)

Storm clouds gather on horizon for the people of Argos. Their newborn prince, the son of Perseus, was stolen right out of his cradle. Perseus has fought many mythic monsters but never absorbed such a painful blow. Summoning all his strength and cunning, he goes out in search of his first-born and heir. This brings him back into the murky world of the three hags who possess the key that will help Perseus find his son. But information comes at a dangerous price: acquire the Horn of the Cyclops. As dangerous as this task is, Perseus is unaware of the mounting peril that seems intent on stopping him.


Author(s): Derek Ruiz
Artist(s): Dawid Strauss
Cover Artist(s): Logan Lubera & Rantz (2 covers 50/50)

An exciting new chapter in the Legend of Isis series begins here with Part one of the “Rise of Darkness” story arc. Recovering from the events of the “God War” the last thing Isis needs is for more trouble to come her way. Her evil brother Set makes a play for Isis’ life by awaking the God of Darkness Apophis. Can Isis survive this onslaught of evil?


Ray Harryhausen Presents: 20 Million Miles More #2
Author(s): Scott Davis
Artist(s): Alex Garcia
Cover Artist(s): Alex Garcia

The beast is loose in the City of Angels. It rampages from street to street destroying some of L.A.’s most treasured landmarks that lay in its path. But as it smashes through the city many questions arise. What does it want? Where does it come from? Can anything stop it? But the biggest question of all, is the world ready to learn the secrets of the Ymir? The highly classified scientific cabal of the military stands ready to catch the monster and prevent its most precious secret from leaking out at all costs. But is the genie already out of the bottle? This second installment of the Ray Harryhausen-inspired epic peels away a few layers of the mystery, only to learn that the true answers lie 20 million miles more.


VSS: Nemesis Rising #3
Author(s): Terrence Greip
Artist(s): Nadir Balan
Cover Artist(s): Nadir Balan

Scarlet, VSS’s rebellious new agent, has gone AWOL…and she’s taken the teenaged Prince Garson with her! For the good of England, Brooke, Lark, and Raven must keep Garson’s abduction a secret, so when Lord Mann makes an attempt on Prince Garson’s freedom, the girls are forced to cover his absence…


10th Muse Giant!
Author(s): Darren G. Davis
Artist(s): Jeff Cruz & Ray Anthony Heights
Cover Artist(s): Jeff Cruz & Ray Anthony Heights & photo cover of Cindy Margolis (3 covers)

The Muse is DEAD! Long live the Muse! Or so say the headlines. But like any good reporter sometimes the best news is the news you make happen. For years, the 10th Muse has fought a variety of evil in the name of justice, but she has never battled the media! If the future is written, the Muse is a dead woman and there is nothing the gods can do about it. In the bigger-than-life series finale, Emma Sonnet encounters her final destiny…but will it mean her death? This is a giant-sized 44-page rollercoaster ride that will keep fans on the edge of their seat until the very last page!



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1 Comment

  1. Matthew Peterson on

    I was going to ask why Isis was wearing a toilet paper costume, but I decided I just don’t need to know that badly…

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