Bluewater Productions released sneak peeks for titles arriving in store this week.

Claw and Fang – graphic novel
Writer: Michael Kutcher
artist: Matias Basla

Banished from Earth over three thousand years ago by a powerful young Celtic King, the demon named Noro has had time to plot his revenge. Summoned back from the dark abyss of nothingness, Noro is unleashed by those who wish to use him for their own gain. A young video gamer born with the heart and soul of an ancient warrior, Justin, escapes the monotony of his daily life by spending every waking hour living in an online fantasy world. Forced by fate, Justin must now confront real life to save us all.

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Bartholomew of the Scissors #1
Writer: Chad Helder
Artist: Daniel Crosier

Spectra Phantasms  have invaded our world. These ghostly creatures from another dimension occupy the human brain and endow their host with spectacular paranormal abilities. Private investigator Gordon Watt, long-aware of the spectral phantasms, investigates a bizarre series of scissor murders. With the help of a powerful psychic named Jessica, Gordon soon discovers a connection between the phantasms and the mystery of a vengeful, undead boy named Bartholomew. But humanity faces a greater threat— the White Blob emerges from the abyss to colonize pockets of human society. Gordon and Jessica must enlist the help of Bartholomew and the hideous power of his Scissor Swarm or face assimilation by the growing colony of the White Blob!

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Treasure Chest – graphic novel
Writer: various
artist: various

Bluewater brings back the classic comic book series that started in 1946. Its inspirational stories of sports and folk heroes, saints, school kids, history, science and similar topics were drawn by artists that included such prominent figures as EC’s Reed Crandall, Graham Ingels and Joe Orlando, Marvel Comics’ Joe Sinnott, and DC Comics’ Murphy Anderson and Jim Mooney. Other features included literary adaptations and such typical comics fare as funny animal humor strips.

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Black History: Leaders – graphic novel
writer: Chris Ward
artist: Azim Akberali

Bluewater Productions offers a special trade paperback featuring biographies of leading African-American personalities. The 96-page anthology includes the unabridged issues featuring Barack Obama, Colin Powell, Oprah Winfrey, and Condoleezza Rice. These biographies were previously published as individual issues of Bluewater’s biographical comic titles Female Force and Political Power.

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Fame: Nicki Minaj: X men homage cover – iTunes exclusive
Writer: Michael Troy
Artist: Jill Lamarina

From her humble beginnings in Jamaica to her humble upbringing in Queens New York to her spotlight alongside high profile judges on the Panel of American Idol (including her infamous feuding with Mariah Carey.)  Nicki Minaj came to conquer, to win, and she did. Bluewater Comics introduces the latest in it’s popular ‘Fame’ series which focuses on the lives of celebrities. Join writer Michael Troy and artist Jill Lamarina as they explore the life and times of mega hip Hop talent Nicki Minaj. Special homage cover cover by Mihcael Troy for iTunes.

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