'The Tribute' to Honor the Great Vincent Price!

Vincent Price is Alive and Well at Bluewater Comics!

LOS ANGELES, CA - September 9, 2013 - The Vincent Price brand at Bluewater has be a staple for over 5 years. On September 11, Bluewater will be delving into the non-fiction world of Vincent Price with a Tribute bio of his life story with a foreword by Roger Corman. Bluewater's popular Tribute comic book series, takes a look into the life of the master of classic horror Vincent Price. Price has been a master of all things horror and terror for almost the full 100 years since his birth. He's been in music videos and read the most dark and stormy of stories, and he's been in every aspect of the horror genre, but now, you get to take a peek inside the coffin and will gasp in shock and awe at the story that will unfold. Come inside and take a seat, the time of your life is about to begin.

The 32-page comic book released this week, is written by CW Cooke and drawn by V. Kenneth Marion with a cover by Taylan Kurtulus.

“The Tribute line of comic books tells the stories of the classic entertainers that have passed on,” says Bluewater publisher, Darren G. Davis “It is a way for us to honor these people who have made a difference in the world.

Previous subjects that have been featured in the “Tribute” line include Elizabeth Taylor, Frank Capra, Michael Jackson, Marilyn Monroe and James Dean. All of them can be found digitally on iTunes, Nook & Kindle, and in print at Comic Flea Market.

Also being released this week is the 3rd installment of the Vincent Price Gallery featuring art from famed artists such as Robert Aragon, Joel Robinson, L.J. Dopp, Jim McDermott & Mel Smith.

This special one shot featuring images of classic gothic horror icon Vincent Price. This book will include a cover by Vincent Price Presents artist L.J. Dopp as well as new images from the classic movies Price made famous. Vincent Price Presents has been featured in Fangoria, Comicmonsters.com & AMC. With a foreword by Roger Corman!

Print copies of the book can be ordered at Comic Flea Market: http://bit.ly/1awvmq5

You can download these titles on Wowio, ComiXology, DriveThru Comics, Google Play, My Digital Comics, Overdrive, Iverse, PanelFly, iTunes, Kindle, Wowio, Nook, Kobo and wherever eBooks are sold.

Click here to see the book on iTunes: http://bit.ly/1evMpYs

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  2. Love Vincent Price. He was a class act, even when he was starring in a trashy movie.

    I was at a Vancouver Int'l Film Festival screening of Dreamchild, a somewhat controversial movie about the "true" story of the young girl who inspired Lewis Carroll to love her & to write Alice in Wonderland for her. Price's wife Coral Browne played the older Alice, recalling her younger years, realizing the true nature of the man's love for her as a child. Ms Browne was supposed to say a few words before the movie started, but she had made herself hoarse riding our famous roller-coaster that afternoon. Vincent stepped in & was very funny, very charming.

    As he & Coral were leaving the stage, Price paused long enough to stick his spidery hand into some guy's tub of popcorn, stealing a few mouthfuls which he munched as he acknowledged our laughter. The look on the popcorn dude's face was hilarious.

    BTW, Dreamchild is worth watching. Written by Dennis Potter, co-starring Ian Holm. The movie starts strongly with some of the best puppetry ever. I wish Tim Burton's recent Alice movie had looked so well.

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