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In 2010, Professor John Jennings and Dr. Damian Duffy compiled and published a 176-page collection of art and essays celebrating the vibrant African American independent comics community. Black Comix featured over 50 contributors, including Dawud Anyabwile, Eric Battle, Kenji Marshall, Afua Richardson, Larry Stroman, Rob Stull, Lance Tooks, and many, many more. It met high praise throughout the industry and quickly sold through its respectable print run despite interest and demand—used copies now fetch $60-150 on Amazon and eBay. Flash-forward eight years: the comic industry has changed a lot since then, and the amount of African American talent continues to grow and amaze. While huge strides in diversity have been made, John and Damian felt the time was right for another spotlight on the topic. Rather than simply reprinting the first edition, considering the number of fresh new voices and changes in the industry, a whole new volume felt necessary. This massive volume will be a brand-new milestone spotlight on the amazing diversity in comics today.
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Bluewater productions continues it's popular line of biography with The Fame: Adele written by Michael Troy with art by Manuel Díaz. Learn the exciting path of the British power balladeer who took the world by storm and ruled the airwaves with mega hits like 'Chasing Pavements' and 'Someone Like You.'
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What happens when a small town girl will stop at nothing to follow her dreams? Carrie Underwood is what happens. A story of faith, determination and inspiration. FAME: The Carrie Underwood Story follows the Superstar’s trials and tribulations, leading her to become the top female performer of our era.
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From actor (Lost, Vampire Diaries, and more) to environmental activist, Ian Somherhalder is someone who cares deeply about the craft of acting and the stewardship of the planet. Read the life story of the young actor who works to restore the gulf after the devastating effects of the BP disaster while balancing the demands of Hollywood stardom.
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One of the biggest legends in baseball gets his own comic book tribute. Along with Personality Comics, Bluewater Productions brings you the story of Jackie Robinson.
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To celebrate Lady Gaga's comeback forthcoming album, ARTPOP, Bluewater Productions is offering The Fame: Lady Gaga #3. A biography comic book based on Lady Gaga's career presented in a pop art style. Story and art by Michael Troy (Blonde Squad, Honey Boo Boo). A must have for any "Little Monster."
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Neil Gaiman started out humbly in the so-called British Invasion of comics in the 1980s, writing rock and roll biographies, but soon leaped into the vanguard with his revolutionary series The Sandman, which helped launch the Vertigo imprint at DC. His newfound literary acclaim helped launch Gaiman into the world of books, which he soon conquered with equal acclaim and passionate following from readers. Gaiman is also one of the few comic book writers of his generation to make a successful transition into film. Despite all this, he wasn't immune to the growing controversies of the '90s comic book scene, embroiled for years over the legal minutiae of creator rights. Gaiman has managed to transcend all boundaries, however, a true icon for our times.
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Prince Rogers Nelson, a musician from Minneapolis, started a musical revolution with the hits “1999,” “Little Red Corvette,” “When Doves Cry,” “Purple Rain,” “Batdance,” and more, challenging even the “King of Pop,” Michael Jackson, for chart supremacy during the 1980’s. The book chronicles his meteoric rise to dominance in the pop/funk music scene.
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Check out this new Bluewater comic book to discover the one, the only: Barbra Streisand! Barbra sings, acts, writes, directs, produces and has dedicated her life to philanthropy. This comic book covers everything from her beginner acting lessons, to winning eight GRAMMYs!
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Born into a middle-class family, Laura Ingraham has become an American success story. Denounced by many early in her career as a bigot because of her deeply held Christian views, Ingraham has drawn strength from them to succeed at almost everything she's tried. Whether as a a speechwriter for Ronald Reagan, a best-selling author or host of a radio show listened to by millions, Ingraham has made her mark and become one of the most influential voices in America.
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