Bluewater have released this weeks previews for this weeks digital comics:
Political Power: Barack Obama
Writer(s): Chris Ward
Artist(s): Azim Akberali
Synopsis: Barack Obama’s story inspired a nation, but you’ve never seen it told like this! Pick up this wildly entertaining and factual look at the life of our 44th president from writer Chris Ward (Twisted ToyFare Theatre, Ninja Tales) and artist Azim Akberali (Wrath of the Titans) and see why everyone from CNN to Howard Stern is buzzing. Stimulate the economy by getting this collector’s issue today! With new material!
Political Power: Mitt Romney
Writer(s): Marc Shapiro
Artist(s): Jed Mickle and Chris Hall
Synopsis: Mitt Romney is smart, principaled, and he knows how to crunch numbers which is why the Republican party sees him as the Great White Hope in the 2012 presidental election. How Mitt Romney got to frontrunner status on the political right is the subject of Bluwater Productions “Political Power: Mitt Romney.” Smart is sexy.
William Shatner Presents: The Tekwar Chronicles #7
Writer(s): William Shatner and Scott Davis
Artist(s): Lipe Oliveira
Synopsis: As Jake Cardigan discovers the true source of the Tek virus spreading through the robot world, he also uncovers new revelations about his past. The stakes are now higher, the danger more palpable than ever, as Jake faces the defining crossroad of his life. Based on the best selling Tek novels by William Shatner, The Tek War Chronicles continues to ratchet up the excitement.
About Bluewater Productions
Bluewater Productions has whole-heartedly embraced the digitalization of the comic book world and is in the process of digitizing its massive collection of comic classics.
“We have enthusiastically embarked on this new digital comic frontier. The e-versions of our comic books and graphic novels are now sold on all major electronic devices, including Kindle, Nook, Kobo, and iPads and iPhones,” said Bluewater President Darren Davis.
As the Vancouver-based comic book company works to keep pace with the quickly evolving technological world, they have also began working with a new, innovative comic book distributor, Comic Flea Market.
Davis continued, “”For the better part of ten years, I’ve watched the independent comic industry struggle. However with new technologies and marketing I’ve seen the light at the end of the tunnel. That light is print-to-order, and that train is Comic Flea Market,” Davis added.