Bluewater Productions sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of William Shatner Presents: Tek War #3, Political Power: Barack Obama, and Lionsgate Films: Leprecaun #4 arriving later this month.

Lionsgate Films: Leprechaun  #4
Writer: Zach Hunchar
Pencils: Kris Carter
Cover Artist(s):  cover: Kris Carter

The horror icon series from LIONSGATE FILMS continues. Is this the end for our heroes? Is this the beginning of the end for their adventures? Or, perhaps, is the end of the beginning as humans and Leprechaun most over-come their differences and face a old evil?


Political Power: Barack Obama
Writer: Chris Ward
Pencils: Azim Akberal

A spin-off series from the popular FEMALE FORCE line comes Political Power. Barack Obama’s story inspired a nation, but you’ve never seen it told like this! Pick up this wildly entertaining and factual look at the life of our 44th president from writer Chris Ward (Twisted ToyFare Theatre, Ninja Tales) and artist Azim Akberali (Wrath of the Titans) and see why everyone from CNN to Howard Stern is buzzing. Stimulate the economy by getting this collector’s issue today!


William Shatner  Presents: Tek War #3
Writer: William Shatner & Scott Davis
Pencils: Erich Owens
Cover Artist(s):  cover: Erich Owens

Finding Dr. Leon Kittridge is proving more elusive and more costly to find than Jake Cardigan ever thought. Recovering from a blast that nearly killed him, Jake’s determination to find answers leads him to old acquaintances and deadly consequences. In this third chapter of the TekWar series, based on the best selling novels by William Shatner, the stakes have gotten considerably higher and new shocking revelations about the secrets of Tek and Jake’s quest for vindication are unveiled.


via Bluewater Productions

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