Item description for 10th Muse Odyssey by Darren G. Davis...
Four stories of mythic proportions... the Tenth Muse embarks on an Odyssey that finds her teaming up with many of the Blue Water universe characters. The Muse fights along side Isis and Judo Girl as well as Trident. Randy Green's "The Dollz" also make an appearance in this graphic novel. These are all brand new stories never before seen.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10" Width: 6.38" Height: 0.24" Weight: 0.53 lbs.
Release Date Jul 20, 2005
Publisher Alias Enterprises
ISBN 1933428260 ISBN13 9781933428260
Availability 0 units.
More About Darren G. Davis
Bluewater Productions is a full-service publishing and production company specializing in comic books, graphic novels, and multimedia.With stories that range from classic myths, science fiction, and superheroes to Hollywood legends such as William Shatner, Roger Corman, Ray Harryhausen, and Vincent Price, Bluewater is a fresh voice in comic publishing. Dedicated to pairing high-quality art with innovative storytelling, Bluewater creates a wide variety of intellectual properties that engage a growing readership and bridge the gap between comic books and the diverse multimedia marketplace.
Reviews - What do customers think about 10th Muse Odyssey?
Directionless and, worse yet, dull Nov 2, 2006
When "Tenth Muse: The Odyssey" came across my desk for review, I didn't know anything about the book or its characters. When I flipped it over and saw that Cindy Margolis -- a downloadable Internet model who proved long before Paris Hilton that you don't have to do anything to become famous -- was the model for the title character, I was underwhelmed. After all, when a book tries to sell itself more on the merits of its model than it does its story or art, it's got to be missing something.
It wasn't hard to learn online that Margolis replaced professional wrestler and Playboy model Rena "Sable" Mero in the role. And I started to wonder, what the heck is this book about, anyway? I mean, who cares who the models are; when I read a graphic novel, I want good art and a compelling story. I don't much care who's in the artist's studio when he draws.
Well, after reading the book, I can see why the creative team focused on celebrity over substance. The plot is bewildering. The dialogue is worse. And the art, while focusing on bosoms and such, is so exaggerated that it's never titillating in the least. And they're paying Margolis to use her likeness? With the exception of the cover, the title character (the missing 10th Muse of Greek mythology, who runs around in modern times wearing spandex, brawling and making terse remarks) resembles Margolis only in the color of her hair.