Bluewater Productions sent Major Spoilers the cover images and solicitation information for titles arriving in April 2012.

Wrath of the Titans: Force of the Trojans #3
Author(s): Chad Jones
Artist(s): Damian Graff
As Apollo and Artemis lead an expedition to find the last of the Oracles of Delphi, King Minos — the mortal who would be a god — closes his trap unleashing horrific abominations from the depths of the sea. Fighting their way across the Mediterranean on their quest, the twin gods of Olympus discover that one of those under their command is a traitor.

Power of the Valkyrie and Venus
Writer: Erica Carlson-Schultz
Pencils: Eduardo Mello & Grafimated Cartoon
An unusual amulet, an ancient spell and a whole lot of money render Venus, the Goddess of Love, a slave. An evil, mad genius looking for revenge on old enemies uses the Goddess to exact his wishes. Valkyrie must work her own magic to break Venus from the spell.

Sherlock Holmes: Victorian Knights #4
Writer: Ken Janssens
Pencils: Matt Martin
Alone in the middle of nowhere, Dr. Watson guards an important clue to the case of the Demon in the Trees. However, someone or something wants it back and isn’t afraid to kill Watson to get it back. Join us for the final, thrilling issue of “Sherlock Holmes: Victorian Knights”.

COMICS: Redd Foxx
Writer: Jaymes Reed
Pencils: Apriyadi Kusbiantoro
“This is the big one, dummy! Redd Foxx is the subject of this issue of “COMICS,” a biography series about stand-ups, sitcom stars & comedians who have made a huge impact on popular culture. From his childhood on the poverty-stricken streets of 1920s St. Louis to his rise as the king of 1970s sitcom television and beyond, Bluewater Productions looks at the street smart and often blue life and career of possibly the greatest –and definitely most groundbreaking– black comic ever.”

William Shatner  Presents: Man O’ War #4
Writer: CJ Henderson
Pencils: Jaime Martinez Rodriguez
The final issue in this mini series. Benton Hawkes,  barely escapes two more attempts on his life, only to discover that one of few people he has come to trust since leaving Earth is the main assassin assigned to kill him! Check out the new title from the mind of William Shatner.

Logan’s Run: REBIRTH #3
Writers: Paul Salamoff
Pencils: V. Kenneth Marion
Logan and Box travel to London to begin the recruitment of a global army to take down the worldwide network of Thinkers, but they soon discover a terrible truth that at its core may be an ideological death sentence for the entire human race.

John Saul’s The God Project #3
Writer: David McIntee & John Saul
Pencils: Federico De Luca
“Sally and Bernie Montgomery have found some disturbing information about the death of their baby daughter – but is it really an answer, or just another question?
Malone, meanwhile, continues to search for Lucy Corliss’ missing son Randy, but his investigation is soon to surprise him.

THE MISADVENTURES OF ADAM WEST #5
Writers: Jeffrey Renaud
Pencils: Patricio
In what first appeared to be a freak mishap, but was actually pre-ordained by a fan with a hidden agenda, ADAM WEST has become a master of time and space leaping from Wonderland to ancient Luxor in his first two ongoing adventures. In this third arc, TV’s original caped crusader has finally found his way back to Earth, the only problem is that the year is 2512.

via Bluewater Productions

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2 Comments

  1. Young
    January 24, 2012 at 9:57 am — Reply

    Ah, yes the classic broken spine pose can be traced back to the Trojan War.

  2. Seneca
    January 24, 2012 at 6:29 pm — Reply

    Eh, far better anatomy than Liefield is capable of, google ‘why I hate liefield’ and see the disjointed wreck that he created.

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