Bluewater Production’s artists Daniel Crosier and Kevin Gentilcore Signing At Time Warp Comics

September 22nd, 2008 · No Comments

Boulder, Co- In continuing with Time Warp Comics’ 24th year anniversary activities, two of Bluewater Production’s artists will be signing books on Saturday, October 4 from noon to 2pm.

Time Warp Comics is located at 3105 28th St. Boulder, CO 80301.

Daniel Crosier, artist on the new series, “Bartholomew of the Scissors” will be on hand to talk comics and sign books.

Crosier has burst onto the scene in the past year and has developed a watershed wood burning technique for his books that has the industry talking.

“The book is called BATHOLOMEW OF THE SCISSORS and it looks to be a comic book experience that is truly unique. The artist, Daniel Crosier, draws with a wood burner and the pages are actually burned into the wood giving it a creepily antique-like look. Written by Chad Helder, this bizarre horror miniseries will be in stores September 24th.”- Ain’t It Cool

“Crosier’s style, wood burning, is not only undeniably unique in form, but an inspired method for bringing out Helder’s haunting demonic otherworld.”- Horror’s Not

Crosier is also the writer and illustrator on select “Vincent Price Presents” books from Bluewater, and will be the creator of the upcoming series “Distortions Unlimited Presents” in conjunction with Greeley based horror animatronics company, Distortions Unlimited.

Fans will recognize artist Kevin Gentilcore’s art from Bluewater’s widely popular series “Ray Harryhausen Presents -Return to Mysterious Island.” Max Landis, son of film director John Landis, is the writer on the series. Gentilcore will be on hand sign books and speak into the specifics on the Harryhausen series.

Gentilcore’s artwork and the series are based off of properties produced by legendary filmmaker Ray Harryhausen, and has been endorsed by industry pro’s.

“Mysterious Island is a great story and very unique with it’s handling of all things Harryhausen with respect to the original Verne concept. Oh and don’t forget the monsters! Fans won’t be disappointed!”-

For more information on the artists visit, Kevin Gentilcore and and

About Time Warp:
Time Warp Comics based in Boulder, CO has been locally owned since 1984. The store’s storied history includes past nominations for the Eisner Spirit of Comics Award and being named Best Place To Buy Comics in Colorado by the Denver Post. Time Warp carries new comics, hard to find back issues, manga, collectible card and miniatures games, toys, or comic book collectibles. For more information call 303-443-4500 or 1-800-552-9108 (toll-free) or visit

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