Bluewater Productions sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving in the coming months. Take the jump for new Vincent Price Presents, Female Force, Violet Rose, Legend of Isis, and the Atlas graphic novel.

Vincent Price Presents #20: June 30th
Writer: Brent Schoonover
Pencils: Brent Schoonover
Cover Artist(s): Brent Schoonover

Popular radio show couple BENNY and BETTY have hit a snag in their off-air relationship. Low ratings and a new romantic interest threaten to put BENNY out of a job for good. With the stress building, BENNY’S inner turmoil finally surfaces in a horrific fashion. Will this be enough to silence the voices in BENNY’S head for good?

Female Force Anne Rice : June 30th
Writer: Scott Davis
Pencils: Various
Cover Artist(s): cover: 2 covers Juan Mar and Vincent Deporter

Anne Rice’s uniquely gothic, sensuous, and existential approach redefined the modern vampire mythology. Shaped by personal tragedies, critical successes and failures, and a fervent rediscovery of her Catholic roots, Rice has penned over 27 novels from the supernatural to historical tomes, erotica and religious themes. But Anne Rice’s life is just as interesting as the tales she spins.

Violet Rose: Graphic Novel: June 30
Writer: Emma Davis & CW Cooke
Pencils: Brian Hess & Erik Thompson
Cover Artist(s): cover: Erik Thompson

Violet Rose is a self-proclaimed sixth grader super-sleuth, a foster child who discovers that many of the people in her normal suburban town are actually supernatural beings hiding in seemingly ordinary lives. With best friends, Lindsey and Ciara, a spirit from a Renoir painting, Violet is a little detective that never gives up. Solving cases after her homework is done while learning about the magical gift her grandfather gave her before he passed.

Legend of Isis/ Black Scorpion – One shot: June 23
Writer: Aaron Stueve
Pencils: Dahar L. Butler
Cover Artist(s): Azim & Dahar L. Butler

In a stand-alone issue, Isis runs away from her problems in L.A. to the opposite side of the country where she meets up with Roger Cormen’s Black Scorpion! While in Black Scorpion’s stomping ground of Angel City, Isis comes across a foe from her past and now that she is developing new god-like powers, she deals with him with more finality than ever before! Leading up to an explosive story-arc, this issue is a CAN’T MISS!!

Atlas the graphic novel: July 7
Writer: Dan Rafter
Pencils: Erik Thompson
Cover Artist(s): cover: Erik Thompson

After commanding the Titans in their war against the Olympians, Atlas was forced to hold up the heavens on his shoulders. His life was a tragic story of a lone God fighting boredom on Mount Olympus. However, monitoring the earth from above, Atlas watched Earth change and the emergence of super powered beings donning capes and tights. Growing restless and craving adventure, Atlas decided to take the world in his hands and becomes one of the Earth’s newest heroes. Learning the superhero game is not going to be easy for him as Atlas fights against one of the oldest superpowers in history.

via Bluewater Productions

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Stephen Schleicher

Stephen Schleicher

Stephen Schleicher began his career writing for the Digital Media Online community of sites, including Digital Producer and Creative Mac covering all aspects of the digital content creation industry. He then moved on to consumer technology, and began the Coolness Roundup podcast. A writing fool, Stephen has freelanced for Sci-Fi Channel's Technology Blog, and Gizmodo. Still longing for the good ol' days, Stephen launched Major Spoilers in July 2006, because he is a glutton for punishment.

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