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Bluewater Productions sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of comics arriving in March 2010.  Take the jump for Political Power: Bill Clinton, Roger Corman Presents: Battle Amonst the Stars, William Shatner Presents: Tek Wark #6, Female Force: Ellen Degeneres, and Roger Corman Presents: Black Scorpian #4.

Political Power: Bill Clinton (In stores:  March 17th)
Author(s): Robert Schnakenberg
Artist(s) David McNeil

They call him Bubba, the Big Dog, Slick Willie, and the Man from Hope. Everyone’s got an opinion about Bill Clinton, but how well do we really know him? Take a fresh look at the life and career of America’s 42nd president, from his hardscrabble Arkansas childhood to the days of triumph and turmoil in the Oval Office and beyond.

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Roger Corman Presents: Battle Amongst The Stars #1 (In stores: March 31)
Writer: Martin Fisher
Pencils: Ben Hansen

30 years before the movie, Zed of Akir boards an alien space craft and drawn into a open galaxy unknown to him. There he finds himself in a race against time to stop a race called the Oztem’s from being wiped out by the ruthless Remlar of the Malmori, and his 1st Lieutenant Sador.

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William Shatner  Presents: Tek War #6 (In stores: March 24)
Writer: William Shatner & Scott Davis
Pencils: Lipe

As a Tek virus rampages through the sector and violently alters the programming of the meks, androids and every other automated system, Jake Cardigan races to find the source before society implodes. However, what he finds can change his life forever.  Based on the best-selling Tek novels by entertainment icon William Shatner this second issue of Volume 2 answers questions raised in the Volume I and unveils even more surprises.

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Female Force: Ellen Degeneres (In stores: March 31)
Author(s): Sandra C. Ruckdeschel
Artist(s) Pedro Ponzo
Cover Artist(s): cover by Viinie Tartamella

Ellen DeGeneres is taking the world by storm!  Emmy’s!  Endless accolades!  It all seems so easy, but Ellen’s journey to get where she is now was not always a smooth one. She’s felt the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. But through it all, she managed to stay true to herself and prove that she is a female force to be reckoned with!

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Roger Corman Presents: Black Scorpion #4 (In stores: March 24)
Writer: Paul Salamoff
Pencils: Daniel Cuchacovich

In the exhilarating final chapter of the origin of Black Scorpion, Det. Darcy Walker dons her Scorpion costume to take down the Breathtaker and save Angel City from annihilation. But her enemy has planned well and soon Darcy realizes that she can’t do this alone and must rely on the very people she has tried to keep at a distance. In the end, she must make a life or death decision that puts everything she stands for on the line.

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Vincent Price Presents #16 (in stores: March 24)
Writer: Nick Lyons
Pencils: Juan Tomajok

After her husband is brutally murdered by a psychotic gunslinger named Soulless Sam, Emily and her son Peter try to start a new life. But, can Emily and Peter live in peace or will Soulless Sam continue to terrorize them?

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8 Comments

  1. Phil
    February 22, 2010 at 10:24 am — Reply

    Seriously, why didn’t Battle Amongst The Stars #1 just draw some nude breasts on the cover. Why even try to pretend that that space ship ain’t a $1 stripper?

  2. February 22, 2010 at 11:08 am — Reply

    Am I the only one that sees giant flesh colored spaceship boobs on that main cover? And I’m gay, so trust me, I’m not even LOOKIN’ for boobs. LOL Too funny…

  3. TaZ
    February 22, 2010 at 11:39 am — Reply

    I was going to say it looks like a pair of boobs with two USB storage units attached.

    Any putting that over top of a comic of Bill Clinton made it even funnier! The second panel makes it look like ol’ Slick Willie is reaching to cop a feel…

  4. ~wyntermute~
    February 22, 2010 at 1:44 pm — Reply

    I wish to be counted amongst the “boob-seers”, cuz man, that’s quite an interstellar rack.

  5. Jacin B
    February 22, 2010 at 3:56 pm — Reply

    That is one poorly designed booby-ship. How does it land?

  6. Frank
    February 23, 2010 at 8:33 am — Reply

    I have always thought it looks like the female reproductive system from a top view. The designer must really have major issues.

  7. Mike Keller
    February 23, 2010 at 9:45 am — Reply

    LOL you guys… I always wondered if the shape of the Firefly (a horse) was an ‘homage’ to Nell (check out the movie poster). If I recall the ship’s computer had a female voice, too (like Moya from Farscape). Remember that those..er…it is floating in cold, zero gravity (I could go on, but you get the picture). I imagine if Mel Brooks had done it, the space dock would probably have been ‘hands’.
    On the plus side they dumped John-Boy and got a new face for Shad.

  8. xrayguy
    February 28, 2010 at 9:33 pm — Reply

    I swear I sat in the movie theater thinking “Are those..does that ship have..can I touch…?” Anybody else see this as ANOTHER REMAKE of “Seven Samurai”?

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