Bluewater Productions has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores June 4, 2008.

Insane Jane #3
Writer: Zachary Hunchar
Pencils: Mendoza
Cover Artist(: Daniel Crosier

Jane’s newest adventure is best summed up by Jack Kerouac …The only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, desirous of everything at the same time, the ones who never yawn or say a commonplace thing, but burn, burn, burn …from On the Road.

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Ray Harryhausen Presents: Jason and the Argonauts: Kingdom of Hades #4
Author(s): David McIntee
Artist(s): Rantz
Cover Artist(s): MIKE GRELL

Armies march into battle, the dead rise from the earth’s embrace, and even the gods are not immune from the perfidy of man’s betrayals.

The Argo’s fate is in the hands of Poseidon, but the destiny of its crew depends on the outcome of Circe and Medea’s attempts to settle their differences.

As for the Argo’s captain: Jason is already dead…


Ray Harryhausen Presents: Sinbad, Rogue of Mars #3
Author(s): Greg Thompson
Artist(s): Jeff Cruz
Cover Artist(s): Jeff Cruz

Akdhar’s treachery knows no boundaries as Sinbad and company discover a traitor in their midst. Also, ancient Martian “sorcery” propels Sinbad further down the road of fulfilling the prophecy. It’s rockets, rayguns and a race against evil in the third installment of this exciting new series!


Ray Harryhausen Presents: Flying Saucers Vs. The Earth #2
Author(s): Ryan Burton
Artist(s)Alan Brooks

The 4 issue miniseries by astonishing newcomer Ryan Burton and acclaimed artist Alan Brooks continues with invasions, explosions, and intergalactic double-crossings! After last issue’s cliffhanger ending, the aliens make contact with the scientist Dr. Marvin—the man destined to save Earth! But is Earth the only planet he’ll be saving…?


via Bluewater Productions


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