Press Release

Writer and author Arianna Huffington has been a fixture in politics since the 1990s and thanks, to the Huffington Post, she has become an Internet fixture as well. Now Bluewater Comics is telling the story of how a woman from Greece has become one of the most talked about media personalities in the world in “Female Force: Arianna Huffington” due out in Autumn of 2011.

Written by longtime comic book writer Martin Pierro and drawn by artist Nick Justus, the female empowerment comic book series, “Female Force: Arianna Huffington” talks about her time studying in England, her marriage to a congressman, her run as governor of California and how her website was sold to AOL for $315 million.

“The great thing about the ‘Female Force’ series is we can examine the lives of anyone,” said Darren G. Davis, president of Bluewater Comics. “Arianna Huffington is a unique personality. She is a woman who has reinvented herself when it was required and she still comes out on top.”

Pierro said he spent weeks getting to know Huffington in every article, interview and speech he could get his hands on. ”I took all of the facts I had at my disposal and tried to work them into a narrative that flows, and though her story is far from over, I feel I gave the comic a clear beginning, middle and ending,” said Pierro. “I’m excited to finally get the book out there to see what people think.”

Justus also did a tremendous amount of research on Huffington to make sure the art was accurate. “For the past couple of months I’ve literally lived and breathed, Arianna Huffington,” said Justus. “In drawing, ‘Female Force: Arianna Huffington,’ the research was essential and fascinating and I think it shows in the finished product.”

Davis said the story told here is not about a woman who chose a side, but someone who keeps a broader perspective in the world of politics. “The other aspect of her life I admire is that she challenges both sides of the political aisle,” said Davis. “And to read her story is to understand she is a remarkable woman.”

Justus agreed with Davis’s sentiment. “ I enjoyed learning so much about this true entrepreneur and driving force in the political arena,” said Justus. “She’s led a very eclectic and rewarding life.”

The 32-page issue features a cover by artist Joe Phillips and is available in October 2011.

The “Female Force” series was launched in 2008 and soon the successful series “Political Power” and “Fame” were soon launched. These comics allow Bluewater to delve into the history of certain newsworthy politicians and political movements and understand how a person has achieved the level of office in the government.

Bluewater’ biography comic book series which has been featured on CNN, The Today Show, Fox News and in People Magazine as well as 1000,s of other places.

Previous subjects are still available to order such as Hillary Clinton, Sarah Palin, Nancy Pelosi, Caroline Kennedy, Carla Bruni, and Michelle Obama.  Upcoming business people are Marc Zuckerberg and Steve Jobs.

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.__For more information, visit

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  1. TheNewNum.2
    September 1, 2011 at 10:15 am — Reply

    That’s actually one I might pick up… I just listened to an interview with her recently and she seems like a very interesting person. And the art looks like her (although I wouldn’t be surprised if there was a bait & switch.)

  2. September 1, 2011 at 10:20 am — Reply

    If we ignore these bio-comics, maybe they’ll go away.

    • September 1, 2011 at 12:08 pm — Reply

      If we ignore these bio-comics, maybe they’ll go away.

      If they’re reaching their target audience and bringing people into comic stores who might not normally go there, it’s a good thing. We can mock them all we like, but the things sell five to ten TIMES as many issues as the comics that we’re reading… Seems to me that selling more comics is always a good thing to those who want to make sure that there are still comics to buy in the future.

      Mileage varies, I’m sure.

  3. Z. Woolf
    September 1, 2011 at 10:43 am — Reply

    Awesome! Another comic for Rodrigo to review!

    • September 1, 2011 at 12:42 pm — Reply

      Let’s take bets on how much of this one is cribbed from her Wikipedia page!

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