50 Cent''s life is as dramatic as any of his songs. Bluewater takes a look at the rapper''s life, his feuds and, most importantly, his music. This new comic series has been featured in "Rolling Stone", "E! Entertainment Television", "New York Times" and thousands more sites.
After commanding the Titans in their war against the Olympians, Atlas was forced to hold up the heavens on his shoulders. His life was a tragic story of a lone God fighting boredom on Mount Olympus. However, monitoring the earth from above, Atlas watched Earth change and the emergence of super powered beings donning capes and tights. Growing restless and craving adventure, Atlas decides to take the world in his hands and become one of the Earth's newest heroes. However, learning the superhero game is not going to be easy for him as Atlas fights against one of the oldest superpowers in history!
Is it the costumes? The music? The voice? Maybe it's all that stage blood. Whatever the reason, Lady GaGa has become one of pop music's biggest stars. This book examines the impact Lady GaGa has on her growing legion of fans. Is there room for everyone in the Haus of GaGa?
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 Stormfront Productions releases Political Power: Nancy Pelosi, tracing the rise to power of the Speaker of the House.
The Democratic party can't shake the political force that is Sarah Palin. Does the previously unknown governor from Alaska have a legitimate shot at becoming the United States' first female president? Will she bring down the Obama administration in 2012? One thing's certain: Palin has made politics a lot more interesting.
Snake Girl convinces Atlas to help her break one of his enemies of the past out of a heavily guarded, high security prison for super villians. Atlas finally meets the man behind Snake Girl's mysterious motives. Who is this guy? No one knows for sure but he's not wearing pants and his intentions may be less than pure.
Living in Waterbury in an aging inn wasn't Audrey's dream; it was her husband's. But now her husband is dead and Audrey is the only one who thinks it wasn't an accident. She's also the only one who thinks the scarecrows scattered throughout the town have been moving. What's really going on in Waterbury? Audrey's about to find out.
Atlas battles and mistrials continue into issue #2! At the funeral for a fallen, fellow superhero, Atlas and Wonderboy must join forces with the other crimefighters in attendance to battle a flying threat. Atlas meets a mysterious snake girl that claims she wants to help him. But can she be trusted?
In the exciting conclusion of Volume #2, we get a intimate look into the motivations behind each superheroes actions. Atlas, Wonder Boy, Snake Girl, and even Glutton share the trials and tribulations of their past that made them into the superheroes (and super villian) they are today. But will their divesrse background allow the Dream Team to band together and trust each other as they fight in the battle of their lives?
Since returning to Earth, Atlas has been lazy-- more interested in eating hot dogs and meeting girls than being the world's greatest superhero. But, the reject supervillian, Glutton, desparate for respect, has gathered a team of misfits to carry out his goal of destroying the world. Along with Wonder Boy, it is time for Atlas to put down the hot dog, and realize his role as Earth's savoir.