Bluewater Productions has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek for a variety of titles including Blackbeard Legacy #3, Insane Jane #2, Jason and the Argonauts #3, and Ray Harryhausen Presents: Flying Saucers Vs. The Earth #1.

Blackbeard Legacy #3
Author(s): Eric Arvin
Artist(s): Nicolas Giacondino

Cover Artist(s): 2 covers Nicolas Giacondino and Traci Bingham cover by VinRoc (Baywatch)
Captain Hanna, the daughter of the infamous Blackbeard, sails the often dangerous waters of the sea with her all-female crew, searching for bounty wherever they can find it. All the while they are being sought after by the merciless and vengeful Captain Purloin.


Author(s): Zach Hunchar
Artist(s): Armando

A daring bank robbery. A partnership in ruins. Concerned parents. A pusher on both sides of the law. Stunning revelations. Arson. Treachery. Betrayal. Soft drinks. The adversary revealed. New powers. Innocence lost. Find out if any of these things have something to do with issue number two of Insane Jane.


Jason and the Argonauts #3
Author(s): David McIntee
Artist(s): Rantz

Jason seaches for Atalanta who is finding herself in a battle for the Argonauts’ lives. New monsters and threats will reek havoc on the crew.


Ray Harryhausen Presents: Flying Saucers Vs. The Earth #1
Release April 2008
Author(s): Ryan Burton
Artist(s)Alan Brooks
Cover Artist(s): 2 covers: Alan Brooks

Famed Sci-Fi novel cover artists Alan Brooks bring you Ray Harryhausen’s vision of the 1950s cult classic “Earth Vs. the Flying Saucers” to comic book format! Like every planetary invasion, there are two sides of the story. Told from the perspective of the aliens, see why the Sons of Aberann decide to wage war against Earth, and what type of culture spawned their warmongering ways. See them race on their Screamers in the wastelands of their planet while dodging the beastly Dustspeeds! Witness psychedelic alien fortune telling! And see what fate befalls those who cross the Warlord of Aberann!


via Bluewater Productions


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