Email: dDavis (at) stormfrontpublishing (dot) com


The award-winning creator and developer of more than 100 titles, Darren Davis is one of the leading lights of independent comic-book and graphic novel publishers. He has masterminded several very successful comic book ventures including 10th Muse, Legend of Isis and Insane Jane. The latter is currently in production as a major television program.

Davis, as the president of Storm Publishing (formerly BlueWater Productions), has developed several iconic titles over the past nearly 20 years including The 10th Muse for Image Comics. In that time, he has carved out a successful niche in the fiction world with successful collaborations with iconic genre heroes including William Shatner (Star Trek), Adam West (Batman), Vincent Price, Ray Harryhausen (Clash of the Titans/Jason and the Argonauts/Sinbad), William Nolan (Logan’s Run), Roger Corman, and many others. These projects including “Wrath of the Titans,” “Logan’s Run Last Day,” “TekWar Chronicles” and “Vincent Price Presents” have, in their own right, become part of the canon of each property.

Davis has personally penned several books. Lost Raven, the groundbreaking story of a man coming to terms with HIV in a world of otherworldly monsters won a “Independent Graphic Novel of the Year” in 2010.

As popular as his fiction books, Davis is singularly responsible for the resurgence of the non-fiction comic book. With his partnership through libraries, school systems and other learning centers, Davis has dramatically expanded readership with his collection of biographies. These biographies, ranging from U.S. presidents and other political leaders to entertainment personalities to notable business leaders, helped redefine and reenergize a once-forgotten genre of comic books. His titles, including “Female Force”, “Political Power”, “Tribute” and “Orbit” have been embraced by the national media. Davis has appeared in many news features including CNN, Fox News, Vanity Fair, The New York Times and TMZ.

Davis credits reading comic books as a youth as the chief reason he overcame diagnosed reading issues. In fact, Davis now continually promotes reading and creating comic books through a program provided free to schools. “Comic Book 101” has been personally presented at dozens of schools. He has also been invited to speak at many conventions and conferences. This includes Yale University and Mensa.

Davis has enjoyed a long career in the entertainment industry. Starting as a sales person at E! Entertainment Television, he went on to work for DC Comics, Image, and Wizard before forming his own production company. His very first independent creation, The Tenth Muse, became the 6th highest grossing book of 2001. This is significant considering competition from well-known and well-established titles. In 2015, Davis started StormFront Publishing in order to expand his professional experience into other media including television, podcasts and other multi-media ventures. Insane Jane is currently in production with Dollhouse alum Laurie Miracle attached to star in the eponymous role. Davis’ Legend of Isis has also been optioned and in development. Several of Davis’s other titles including Vincent Price Presents, Sinbad Rogue of Mars, Ray Harryhausen’s The Elementals and Logan’s Run have been adapted as radio dramas broadcast by Colonial Radio Theater over their SiriusXM channel.

Davis even has had his own comic book as a question on Jeopardy!


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  1. Hello Mr. Davis,

    My name is Zachary Freeman. I am the art teacher and comic book club facilitator here at the Rebecca School in NYC. We are a school for students with developmental delays such as Autism Spectrum Disorder.

    In the weekly comic book club I meet with approximately 12 students. They come to the club due to their common interest in all things comic books, cartoons, video games, science fiction and anime.

    We typically spend a school year voting on characters from things they are passionate about to be included in a mural drawn by the students depicting the characters they voted on. Past themes have been; Heroes, Villains and Heroes vs. Villains.

    I am reaching out to you now to inquire if Bluewater/ StormFront would consider being involved with the Comic Book Club. In the past people and companies have become involved with us by making a donation of books and/ or having talent from the company come to visit the students.

    The comic book club website and the school always look to promote the generosity of people and companies that look to donate to the school.

    Thank you so much for your time, have a great day and I hope to speak with you again soon

    all the best
    Zachary Freeman
    M.S.Ed Art Teacher
    Comic Book Club Facilitator
    Rebecca School


  2. Hi, I would like to know where or how can I buy the biography of Metallica in comics: “Orbit: Metallica”.

    Many Thanks and Best Regards


      1. its now past april. please update. release a giant graphic novel of the entire series with all the alternate covers or something please. something please.


  3. Hi, writing from Italy. I?m a Beatles comics collector ( my web page with my collection) and looking for a NO DIGITAL VERSION of George Harrison biography. Can’t succeded in finding it. Can you help me? thanks a lot Fabio schiavo


    1. It is called ORBIT: George Harrison and is world wide. We have also done one on John Lennon and Paul. In print and is
      available on your e-reader from iTunes, Kindle, Nook, ComiXology, DriveThru Comics, Google Play, My Digital Comics, Overdrive, Iverse, Biblioboard, Madefire, ComicBin, Axis360, Blio, Entitle, Comicblender, POWFOLIO, Kobo and wherever eBooks are sold.


    1. George Harrison? That was done and out – called Orbit: George Harrison. In print and is available on your e-reader from iTunes, Kindle, Nook, ComiXology, DriveThru Comics, Google Play, My Digital Comics, Overdrive, Iverse, Biblioboard, Madefire, ComicBin, Axis360, Blio, Entitle, Comicblender, POWFOLIO, Kobo and wherever eBooks are sold. In print at


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