Tribute Comics Honor George Reeves and Christopher Reeve

by Armand Vaquer



The word legendary is often too easily tossed about these days. Sometimes it is a fitting description of someone, and sometimes it isn't.

In the cases of Superman actors George Reeves and Christopher Reeve, it is a fitting description. As such, Bluewater Productions is producing two comic books in tribute to Reeve and Reeves.

Here's what the Superman Homepage says about the books:
Bluewater Productions is releasing a new comic book biographies on two legendary men of steel, Christopher Reeve and George Reeves. Tribute: Christopher Reeve is released this week in conjunction with the release of the Man of Steel DVD. 
In January is releasing another comic book on the life of another hero, Tribute: George Reeves written and drawn by M. Anthony Gerardo . The book can be pre-ordered on iTunes and Comic Flea Market today.
To read the full story on the Tribute books, go here.

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