POLITICAL POWER: AL GOREThe kind folks at Bluewater Productions have supplied ComicList with their solicitations for comics and other products featured in the November 2009 Previews, scheduled to ship starting in January 2010.


Written by Scott Davis, art by Aldo Giordanelli Corbellini, cover by Patricio Carbajal.

More than 50 million people believed Al Gore should have been President of the United States in 2000. He was practically groomed for the job since childhood. But this former Congressman, Senator, Vice President, Oscar winner and Nobel Peace Prize winner followed a different path. One of the more fascinating, polarizing and perplexing political figures in recent memory Al Gore's life has been a contrast of opposites. From Senator's son to environmental movement champion, Al Gore is a Political Power.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Paul Salamoff, art by Daniel Gete.

The pieces are falling into place for Deep Sleep Operative Logan-6 on his clandestine mission to find the ever-elusive Ballard and destroy his precious Sanctuary. But even the best-laid plans can go awry. When his cover is blown, not only does Logan risk being killed, but also he must make a split second decision that transforms him from the hunter to the hunted. In this heart racing continuation of Logan's Run: Lastday, Logan soon discovers that going rogue comes with a price.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by J.S. Earls, art by Diego Simone, covers by Simone and Earls.

Inspired by "The Fall of Piracy" poem written by a young Ben Franklin, this pivotal, action-packed crossover features the return of Bluewater's heroic runaway slave Pistolfist and the sassy swashbuckler Hannah Teach. When Hanna's estranged father -- the infamous Blackbeard -- unites with a vicious villain from Pistolfist's past, our heroes not only find themselves in a fight for their lives, but for the fragile hopes and dreams of a fledgling nation on the edge of utter destruction.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Paul Salamoff, art by Daniel Cuchacovich, covers by Gregg Paulsen and Azim.

Detective Darcy Walker, having been injured trying to stop Gangster Prankster, must rethink her strategy of becoming Angel City's savior. In Issue#3 of this gripping 4-part series, she enlists the help of former ex-con and mechanical genius Argyle Simms to help her bring Black Scorpion to the next level. Meanwhile, the true evil mastermind behind the recent attacks on the city is finally revealed, once again testing Darcy's resolve and determination.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Aaron Stueve, art and cover by Phibbz.

Dr. Love's maze of mirages and illusions is falling apart, but he still has one trick up his sleeve for Isis. Leading in to some big changes, everyone's favorite time-tossed-would-be-goddess faces off against Dr. Love again for the first time! But what does it all mean? Is Isis really a god? Did she "create" Mr. Frederick and the others? Some of these questions will be answered in issue #9 . . . a few more in #10, some in #11 . . . . You get the idea!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Dan Rafter, art by Andrew Yerrakadu, covers by Jim McDermott.

She's the most powerful woman in government. If you don't like her, you probably hate her. But is there a middle ground here? Is it possible to like or dislike Nancy Pelosi just a bit? Find out in January, when Bluewater Productions releases Political Power: Nancy Pelosi, tracing the rise to power of the Speaker of the House.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by William Shatner and Scott Davis, art by Lipe, cover by David Deitrick.

It all comes down to this. All the schemes; all the Machiavellian plotting Jake Cardigan finds himself alone on a corporate satellite 365 miles above the Earth. As Jake unravels the mysteries behind the virus that is ravaging Meks and humans alike, the answers force him to face questions about his own past and his own destiny. This is the thrilling conclusion to the second volume of adventures based on William Shatner's TekWar novels.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Paul Salamoff, pencils by Manoel Magalhaes Moreira, cover by Alex Meyer.

They say that everyone has an inner light. A fire that drives the soul. For Theresa and Ethan this radiance has dire consequences. From the highly acclaimed series Vincent Price Presents comes a bittersweet, yet violent tale of love and loss where even the brightest of lights cannot snuff out the darkest crevices of man's desires.

32 pages, $3.99.