In stores now, the history of the of the television’s longest-running, highest-rated, most-awarded sketch comedy show “Saturday Night Live”, in comic book form…yes a comic book or a “funny book” as some people still call them.
In the latest subject of COMICS, a biography series illustrating the life stories of stand-ups, sitcom stars and comedians who have made a huge impact on popular culture. From the Not Ready For Prime Time Players to the cultural relevance of modern day America, “Comics: SNL” takes you on a four decade-long journey through television history.
For $3.99 the “COMICS: Saturday Night Live” is written by Chad Lambert with illustrations by Patricio Carbajal.
Lambert, a lifelong SNL fanatic and 10-year veteran writer of small press comics, said he wanted to capture the magic of a television legacy. “Everyone on the planet has been a fan of this show at some point in their lives, and no matter what era you hold dear, the show keeps pushing forward.” said Lambert. “The real trick was writing 37 years of comedy history in 24 pages.”
He said the key to the show’s legacy is producer Lorne Michaels. “Here’s a guy who created a formula for success that’s lasted through five very different decades,” states Lambert. “You have to respect any amount of longevity in comedy, but this level of integrity is off the charts.”
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The comic book is also available today on the NOOK & Kindle. Most of the print versions of the comic books sell out in one day.
Other comedic titles from Bluewater are “COMICS: Lucille Ball”, “COMICS: George Carlin”, “Female Force: Tina Fey”, “Fame: Conan O’Brien” & “Political Power: Jon Stewart”.
Upcoming subjects that are getting the comic book treatment are Redd Foxx, Carrie Fisher, The Cast of Glee (the sequel), & Cher.
The biography comic book series which has been featured on CNN, The Today Show, BET, Fox News and in People Magazine as well as 1000,s of other places.
About Bluewater Comics:
Since 2008, Bluewater Comics has worked with icons of science fiction such as Adam West, William Shatner, William Nolan, Walter Koenig, Roger Corman, Ray Harryhausen, and the estate of Vincent Price to share tales of heroes, horrors, mythology and fun.
Besides making a name in comic books, Bluewater offers workshops for schools and libraries to help make reading fun for younger readers. Bluewater strives to make to do this with their bio-comic titles “Female Force,” “Political Power,” “Fame,” “Infamous” and “Faith Series” as well as working with icons of the literary world such as S.E. Hinton and John Saul.