Bluewater Productions has released a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores in the coming weeks and months, including The Secret Lives of Julie Newmar #1, Burt Ward: Boy Wonder, and the Misadventures of Adam West #2.

(see a pattern forming?)

In stores in May 2012
Written by : NY Bestselling author – Marc Shapiro
Pencils: Emiliano Urdinola
Julie Newmar! Time travel! Rogue scientists! Julie Newmar! Abraham Lincoln! Space aliens! Jim Morrison! And last but not least…Julie Newmar! The wacked out adventure begins in March with The Secret Lives Of Julie Newmar written by New York Times bestselling author Marc Shapiro . Watch out for cross species breeding!

In stores in May 2012
Author(s): Jay Katz
Artist(s): Stefano Cardoselli
An all-new 4 issue mini series from the Master of Horror. Nicholas Stastny is a saintly lad. He loves his maker, his family, and above all, his animals. He loves ’em to death! Experience the most disturbing story from Bluewater yet as we learn the gruesome truths to becoming a “Good Boy.”

BURT WARD: BOY WONDER:  (concept art)
FCBD – Single issues in July
Written by: Darren Garrick
Pencils:  Ramon Salas
To a generation he was the Boy Wonder. And although it has been nearly 45 years since he donned tights as Robin from the Batman television show, Burt Ward has never been too far away from the role that defined him. Now, Ward returns to “hero” status in a new kid-friendly comic book mini-series from Bluewater Productions that showcases his superhero legacy and his post-acting career passion; pet rescue. This book will be a spin-off from the hit series “Mis-Adventures of Adam West”.

In stores in March 19th
Written by: David McIntee & John Saul
Pencils:  Federico De Luca
For the Corliss family, the disappearance of their teenage son will bring many eyes to Eastbury, and spark a quite different type of mystery. What has happened to these children? Eastbury happened. Eastbury, Mass. Quiet, peaceful, prosperous. Surely the ideal place to raise a family? For the Montgomery family, the death of their baby daughter is a mystery that medicine should be able to answer, but can’t.

In stores in March 19th
Writers: Jeffrey Renaud
Pencils: Luis Rivera
Tim Burton missed out on casting ADAM WEST in his Batman movie but TV’s original caped crusader leaps through the looking glass and lands smack dab in the sequel to Alice in Wonderland. Forming a dynamic duo with the March Hare, our truly American hero continues his mad-hatting adventures in a universe that makes Gotham City look like Mayberry.

In stores in March 19th
Writer: Clay and Susan Griffith
Pencils: Patricio Carbajal
In stores in March 19th
Deep in central Africa, Allan Quatermain must join with his former enemy, the sorcerer Lokongoi, to escape the bloody power of Bwana Nzige. With a small band of refugees, Quatermain makes his way into the treacherous Congo forest, with death all around. But Quatermain’s new ally may have a secret more terrifying than any he has ever encountered.

In stores in March 19th
Writer: Marc Shapiro
Pencils: Lucino
Ron Paul is well read. He speaks in complete sentences. And his views are often so far right that they make sense. Did I mention that he’s a Republican with Tea Party tendencies? Find out what makes this Presidential hopeful tick when  Bluwater’s Political Power: Ron Paul, written by New York Times bestselling author Marc Shapiro, has readers on either side of the aisle agreeing to disagree.

In stores in March 19th
DOCTOR WHO is the longest running Sci-Fi TV series of all time. The secret to its longevity is its uncanny ability to recast the lead actor every few years. But who are the people behind “The Doctor?” THE CAST OF DOCTOR WHO takes you back in time to learn about the personal histories of William Hartnell, Tom Baker, Paul McGann and the newest incarnation of The Doctor: Matt Smith. The GN includes a BONUS BIO of 1960’s Doctor Who Movie actor Peter Cushing!  This edition also has a bunch of extras!

via Bluewater Productions

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