Press Release

Bluewater Productions made headlines in 2008 when its Sara Palin biography comic sold out. Now Palin is returning to Bluewater with a sequel.

Female Force: Sarah Palin, Act 2 focuses on Palin’s life after the 2008 presidential elections. The book examines the reasons behind Palin’s increasing celebrity, and the threat that she might pose to both Democrats and mainstream Republicans should she decide to run in 2012.

“You can’t help but admire Sarah Palin for her tenacity and her ability to find the spotlight wherever she goes,” says Dan Rafter, the writer behind Female Force: Sarah Palin, Act 2. “The reaction she received for her big Tea Party speech is just one example of the passion that Palin ignites in her fans. It’s hard for me to imagine someone like Mitt Romney generating that kind of electricity.”

Female Force: Sarah Palin, Act 2 will be available at comic shops and from online retailers such as in December. The 32-page issue features interior art from Nathan Carson.

Darren G. Davis, president and founder of Bluewater Productions, said that only a small number of the celebrities and politicians that the comics company has profiled merit sequels. Singer Lady Gaga will join Palin in getting her sequel later this year.

“You just can’t ignore Sarah Palin,” Davis said. “Even those who’d never vote for her can’t deny that the woman has an amazing charisma. She can get away with missteps that other politicians can’t afford to make.”

As an example, the Bluewater comic references the speech in which Palin had jotted notes on her palm. Her critics savaged her. But Palin, much like Ronald Reagan did throughout his political career, used humor to turn a potential mistake into a victory when she showed up at a later speech with the words “Hi, Mom” written on her palm.

Bluewater Productions has generated a steady stream of press for its biography comics. These often controversial works have gotten Bluewater’s name into everything from the New York Times to USA Today.

The comic company’s biography titles, carried under the Female Force, Political Power and Fame banners, are not the only comics that Bluewater produces. The company also publishes superhero, science fiction, horror and young adult comics. Many of these comics, including Nanny & Hank, a tale of elderly vampires, have received critical raves.

“Female Force: Sarah Palin: The Sequel” can currently be ordered at bookstores and comic book shops. To find a comic book store near you go to . It is also available online on Amazon by clicking here: It retails for $3.99 a copy and hits shelves in December.

Also being released this week is a comic book biography called “First Families: The Clintons”. This special edition comic book featuring the first family biographies is now together for the first time in this 48-page one shot.

Both the Female Force and Political Power biography comic book series strive to present even-handed stories of prominent individuals responsible for shaping the political and cultural landscape.

About Bluewater Productions

Bluewater Productions Inc. is one of the top independent production studios of comic books, young adult books and graphic novels. Its extensive catalog of titles includes the bestsellers “10th Muse” and “The Legend of Isis” ”Bluewater publishes comic books in partnership with entertainment icon William Shatner (“TekWar Chronicles”), legendary filmmaker Ray Harryhausen (“Wrath of the Titans,” “Sinbad: Rogue of Mars,” “Jason and the Argonauts,” et al) and celebrated actor Vincent Price (“Vincent Price Presents”), Additionally, Bluewater publishes a highly successful line of biographical comics under the titles “Female Force” and “Political Power.”

Bluewater aims to unite cutting-edge art and engaging stories produced by its stable of the publishing industry’s top artists and writers.

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  1. November 16, 2010 at 2:16 pm — Reply

    why have they used Tina fay as the model for Sarah Palin

  2. November 16, 2010 at 2:59 pm — Reply

    So, let’s see if I understand this cover correctly. Sarah Palin, who’s part of a female force of…something, is breaking out of a box that’s covered with an American flag. This represents the way she broke out of America in order to…surprise us?

    And her explosion out of that box was a shock to Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and…some guy. Some guy who appears to be oddly intrigued by her oddly extended neck and poofy hair.

    • Damascus
      December 8, 2010 at 10:55 pm — Reply

      That “some guy” kinda looks like her daughter Bristol’s baby daddy (I hate that term but I don’t know if they’re together or married or what) Levi.

  3. Rob
    November 16, 2010 at 7:04 pm — Reply

    Ahhh! Watch out Mister President! Hillary is a vampire! Maybe in this comic Obama and Sarah join forces to fight vamps or something..Scary..

  4. Alan
    November 17, 2010 at 1:15 pm — Reply

    There is nothing scarier than Sarah Palin. I’ve taken to rereading the Book of Revelation to see if it’s possible that the Antichrist could be a woman.

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