One of classic Hollywood’s most famous scary men, Vincent Price made a name for himself in classic mysteries and thrillers throughout the 1940’s, 50’s and 60’s.

A brand new Vincent Price horror limited series comic book to debut from Bluewater Comics in May; Vincent Price’s “House of Horrors”, will be a four issue mini series.  This series is spinning off from the Rondo Award nominated, “Vincent Price Presents”.

“This new series will focus on one shot stories that will have you at the edge of your seat,” said President of Bluewater Comics, Darren G. Davis. “The stories are all new and have a certain horror element about them that hasn’t been seen before.”

The very first issue starts off with the debut of new writer Jay Katz of the energetic and wildly popular web site InvestComics ( art by a Bluewater mainstay Stefano Cardoselli, and colors by Industry star colorist Jeff Balke. It features a painted cover by LP Dopp.

“I am very proud to have this new Vincent Price series for everyone to enjoy”, said Daren Davis. “It’s going to be a spine tingling experience, so get ready for some great horror stories!”

The comic will be available through comic book stores only and other fine established comic book ordering web sites. Check with your retailer and ask about Vincent Price: House of Horrors #1.

About Vincent Price:

Vincent Price was born on May 27, 1911 in St. Louis, Missouri. His father owned the National Candy Company. His acting career began onstage in London in the play Chicago. He also performed with Orson Welles <> ‘s Mercury Theatre. Actor Vincent Price starred as the villain in the 1953 film House of Wax. It was one of the first films shot in 3D and revitalized the horror genre.

About Bluewater Productions

Bluewater Productions Inc. is one of the top independent production studios of comic books, young adult books and graphic novels. Its extensive catalog of titles includes the bestsellers 10th Muse and ³The Legend of Isis Bluewater publishes comic books in partnership with entertainment icon William Shatner (TekWar Chronicles),  legendary filmmaker Ray Harryhausen (Wrath of the Titans, Sinbad: Rogue of Mars, Jason and the Argonauts, et al) and celebrated actor Vincent Price (Vincent Price Presents), Additionally, Bluewater publishes a highly successful line of biographical comics under the titles Female Force and Political Power.

Bluewater aims to unite cutting-edge art and engaging stories produced by its stable of the publishing industry¹s top artists and writers.

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Bluewater Comics – November Releases

Fleicher #1

Writer: Edward Gross & Leon McKenzie

Pencils: Fernando Sosa & Merbitt

Cover Artist(s): 1 cover: Fernando Sosa & Merbitt

If Family Guy and Justice League had a love child, it would be Fleischer. He means well, but Fleischer is the proverbial fool in a China shop. In his debut adventure he must defend Generic City from Cyber-Abe and a little girl with a bad attitude, aided by the ever-drunk Green Latrine with a guest appearance by Frosty the Snowman. The world needs a hero… We’ve got Fleischer.




Walter Konieg’s Things to Come #3

Writers: Walter Koenig – STAR TREK!

Pencils: Juan Baez

Cover Artist(s): COVER : Juan Baez

Human killing human. Vampire killing vampire. Disorder into derangement. Anarchy into chaos.



FAME: Taylor Lautner: the graphic novel

Writer: Kimberly Sherman

Pencils: Warren Martineck

Incentive cover by: Joe Phillips

From a background in extreme martial arts to packing on 30 pounds of muscle for his portrayal as a “shapeshifter,” Taylor Lautner is as close to a super hero as any human can become. This fresh, lighthearted biography features artwork by Warren Martineck, down to Lautner’s dazzling smile and chiseled features. This special graphic novel edition   has a bunch of extras.



Baneberry Creek Academy for Wayward Fairies #2

Writers: CW Cooke

Pencils: Rene Leon

Cover Artist(s): Rene Leon

Last time, we met Iris, now meet Link. She’s the strong, silent type, but she has a secret. Around the other girls, she’s a leader, all others will follow her. But something scares Link. Something she can’t talk about with anyone else. In order for her to grow and be a better friend to the others, she’ll have to learn what it means to be a part of a group, to have others count on you, and what it means to truly be one of the girls.


John Saul’s Blackstone Chronicles #1

Writers: Patrick McCray

Pencils: Valentin Ramon

Cover Artist(s): Valentin Ramon

From the imagination of bestselling author John Saul comes Blackstone Asylum. Dr. Malcolm Metcalf’s sadistic legacy.   Madhouse. Torture chamber.   As the town of Blackstone plans its demolition, a dark stranger is determined to keep the evils of the past alive.   Can writer Oliver Metcalf prevent the curse of his father’s asylum before it consumes him?




Female Force: Tina Fey

Writer: Chad Jones

Pencils: Alex Lopez

Cover Artist(s): 1 cover: Joe Phillips

Tina Fey is many things. Writer. Producer. Golden Globe and Emmy winner. Academy Award presenter. Improvisationalist. Pennsylvanian. Star Wars enthusiast. And now the subject of the latest in Bluewater’s Female Force series in this light-hearted look at the lovely and talented creator of 30 Rock.



10th Muse vs Legend of Isis #2

Writer: Kenton Daniel

Pencils: Beniamino Bradi

Cover Artist(s): 1 covers: Beniamino Bradi

Isis and 10th Muse are sent by the Wizard to Makeda Red in order to dispatch a evil Djinn.   At the surface, they’re greeted by an army of crazed, hungry Demon Apes.   The two heroes fight their way to the palace of the Djinn only to discover that the evil they were sent to destroy is in fact the wizard’s aged uncle, the man whose magic has kept in check the galactic ambitions of a treacherous nephew.    Betrayed and nearly responsible for the death an innocent man, Isis and 10th Muse return to the Wizard’s palace and dispense justice.



Political Power: General Petraeus

Writer: CW Cooke

Pencils: James Boulton

Cover Artist(s): 1 cover: Joe Phillips

Most of us have heard his name. Most have seen his face. But his story is all but unknown, until now. General David Petraeus has been a leader of men for years, and his name has become synonymous with the American efforts of war in recent years. This story will talk about that, but it will also delve deep into the man himself. Who is David Petraeus? Join the top-selling comic series Political Power and get an up-close look at David Petraeus before he becomes the next director of the CIA.


FAME: Danica Patrick: the graphic novel

Writer: CW Cooke

Pencils: Valerio Giangiordano

Cover Artist(s): 1 covers: Valerio Giangiordano

This special graphic novel edition of FAME shows the life and times of Danica Patrick told in comic book format. High speeds and high stakes have followed her throughout her life, and yet, she’s never given up and never given in. The hit bio comic continues, putting the pedal to the medal and racing toward that checkered flag to give you all the background information you could ever want on the racing Sports Illustrated cover girl. This special graphic novel edition   has a bunch of extras.




Writers: William F. Nolan and Jason Brock

Pencils: Steve Wands

Cover Artist(s): Steve Wands

In this issue of TALES FROM WILLIAM F. NOLAN’s DARK UNIVERSE, we present more outstanding adaptations of some of his best horror stories. Join the scary hijinks as characters struggle to deal with unseen horrors, killers and more!



Orbit: Stephen King GRAPHIC NOVEL

Writer: Written by Michael Lent and Brian McCarthy

Pencils: Kent Hurlburt

Cover Artist(s): 1 covers: Joe Phillips

One of the bestselling authors of all time, his books have sold over 500 million copies, translated into 33 languages.   Generations of terrified readers and moviegoers have dubbed Stephen King the “Master of Horror,” but he is much, much more.   This is a rare behind-the-scenes glimpse into King’s private world. This special graphic novel edition   has a bunch of extras.



COMICS: The Three Stooges

Writer: Jaymes Reed

Pencils: Apriyadi Kusbiantoro

Cover Artist(s): 1 covers: Rudy Ao

The legendary physical farce and extreme slapstick of Moe, Larry and Curly are the subject of this issue of “COMICS,” a biography series about stand-up comics, sitcom stars & comedians who have made a huge impact on popular culture. From Moe Howard’s childhood acting days during the dawn of the film industry to the very last Curly and beyond, Bluewater Productions recounts the history of one of the funniest and longest running troupes in comedy history.


The Wave: “Twilight of the Gods” #0

Writers: A.E. Stueve

Pencils: Bazaldua, Nelson, Rasmuessen,& Paulsen

Cover Artist(s): COVER  Gregg Paulsen

Bluewater’s very own shared universe is here!   Pick up this comic, for only $1.00, and see the birth of the “next greatest thing in comics!”  The Wave #0 kicks off a brand new line that will rock your world with superheroic action, intrigue, adventure, and drama!   Interested?




Legend of Isis #3

Writers: Darren G. Davis & Kenton Denton

Pencils: André Araújo

Cover Artist(s): Jossie Lara

As the epic battle between Isis and Horus unfolds, the baleful enemies find themselves struggling for victory on the scorching sands of the Afterlife.  The diabolical Set springs his lethal trap, but not before Horus makes a most unexpected decision.



Vincent Price Presents:   #37

Writers: Jay Katz

Pencils: Stefano Cardoselli

Cover Artist(s): Stefano Cardoselli

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 “Vincent Price Presents” yet as we learn the gruesome truths to becoming a “Good Boy.”





Political Power: Michele Bachmann

Writer: CW Cooke

Pencils: Christopher Hanchey

Cover Artist(s): 1 cover: Joe Phillips

The Race for the White House begins here. One of a number of candidates vying for the Republican nomination for the presidential election of 2012, Michele Bachmann has been making waves in all sectors of the world. This is your first chance to learn more about the candidate and more about the woman. You’ll learn who she is, beyond all the sound bites. You’ll get a sense of the woman, and not just the media story.


InvestComics Comic Hot Picks 1-19-11

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 If you haven’t heard by now, I will be writing a one shot for BlueWater Productions under the Vincent Price Presents title book. It’s called “Good Boy” and will feature an extraordinary talented team of Stefano Cardoselli on pencils/inks and Jeff Balke on colors. If you’d like to see the full press release, you can click here. If you’d like to see a preview page that is completely finished click here.


A special thanks to all of those who supported me when this news broke. I truly appreciate it, and look forward to sharing the process of building the comic with all of you.

Now off to the Weekly Hot Picks! Here’s a nice little quick nugget; Did you know it’s been over 5 years straight of the Weekly Comic Hot Picks in the magazine and combined?! 

DC Comics; Supergirl #60 gets a new creative team. Artist Bernard Chang (Superman, Wonder Woman), and writer Nick Spencer of the wildly super hot series Morning Glories! A new and very cool animated series will coming out called Young Justice. Check out the first comic based off of this soon to be hit cartoon. Have to mention that Tony Daniels cover for Batman #706. That’s super cool.




 Marvel; Amazing Spider-Man #652 brings back an old foe Alistair Smythe, a.k.a. Spider-Slayer. Check out Slayers first appearance in Amazing Spider-Man Annual #19 (1985).  You probably could find this comic lying around in some $1 bin at your local comic book convention. Iron Man celebrates his anniversary issue with issue #500. Anniversary issues usually don’t fare that well in the aftermarket, so don’t look for the “regular issue” to command much on ebay, except for the variant from Joe Quesada. A steep $130 at some comic shops makes this a rare and hard book to get.

Independents; 3 books are highlighted this week. 27 #1 sold out quickly, so a second print variant will be hitting the shelves this week. Also check out Image Comics Memoir #1, a very interesting looking book with John Cassaday’s name attached to it, and Boys reaches its milestone 50th issue.




InvestComics TV will be releasing Part 4 of 4 with Neal Adams this Wednesday! What a great series!

That’s it for this week, see you next week. Invest wisely

-Jay Katz