Bluewater Productions has three comics hitting stores on July 29, 2009; Vincent Price Presents #11, William Shatner Presents: TekWar #2, and Political Power: Colin Powell.  The company sent along a sneak peek, that you can read after the jump.

Vincent Price Presents #11
Writer: Daniel Crosier
Pencils: Daniel Crosier
Cover Artist(s): cover: Alex Meyer

This one-shot starts off as Li decides to end her pregnancy during her affair with her boss.  Shortly after, Li’s husband and other’s clpse to her begin having devastating accidents as her life spirals out of control.  It seems as if an unholy entity has manifested itself into Li’s unborn, and is wreaking havoc.


William Shatner Presents: TekWar #2
Writer: William Shatner & Scott Davis
Pencils: Erich Owens
Cover Artist(s):  cover: 2 covers: Erich Owens & Mike Coffey

Jake Cardigan’s release from cryogenic prison has not gone according to his plan. His wife and child are missing, the old Tek hunger still lingers and death and destruction seem to follow him wherever he goes. The day started with a dead body and the body count keeps growing.  Jake’s quest for answers leads him to new friends and old nemeses. But can anyone be trusted? The classic sci-fi adventure series continues to unravel a mystery as Jake takes one giant step ahead to learn the truth, but pays a steep cost.

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Political Power: Colin Powell
Writer: Wey-Yuih Loh
Pencils: Matthew S. Woodward
Cover Artist(s): cover: Vinnie Tartamella

A spin-off series from the popular FEMALE FORCE line comes Political Power. As seen on MSNBC and CNN the 1st issue is about Colin Powell.  Who knew that an aimless and directionless kid from the South Bronx would grow up to be one of the most trusted and respected military and political leaders of the modern world. This is his story. This is the tale of Colin Powell.


via Bluewater Productions


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