PREVIEW: Comics for 10/01/2008

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    ANCIENT SQUID MEDIA
    15 - Broken Girls GN Mature Readers - added 10/03/2008

    ARCHIE COMICS
    15 - Betty #176 - added 10/03/2008
    15 - Pals-n-Gals Double Digest #125 (1 of 4) - added 10/03/2008
    15 - Sonic the Hedgehog Archives #9 - added 10/03/2008
    16 - Tales from Riverdale Digest #30 - added 10/03/2008

    AVATAR PRESS
    10 - No Hero #1 (of 7) Mature Readers - added 09/29/2008

    BOOM! STUDIOS
    12 - Blood Bowl: Killer Contract #4 (of 5) - added 09/30/2008
    12 - Challenger Deep #2 (of 4) - added 09/30/2008

    DARK HORSE COMICS
    02 - Gantz Volume 2 TP Mature Readers
    02 - Harvey Comics Classics Volume 4: Baby Huey TP
    02 - Night Of Your Life HC
    02 - Predator Omnibus Volume 4 TP
    03 - Roy Rogers Archives Volume 1 HC
    03 - Savage Sword Of Conan Volume 4 TP

    DC COMICS
    12 - Batman #680 - added 09/30/2008
    16 - Jonah Hex Volume 2 #36 - added 10/03/2008
    10 - Justice League of America Volume 2 #25 - added 09/29/2008
    12 - Nightwing Volume 2 #149 - added 09/30/2008
    13 - Supergirl Volume 5 #34 - added 09/30/2008
    03 - Trinity #18 (of 52)
    13 - Vixen: Return Of The Lion #1 (of 5) - added 09/30/2008

    DC COMICS/AMERICA'S BEST COMICS
    10 - Top 10 Season 2 #1 (of 4) - added 09/29/2008

    DEVIL'S DUE PUBLISHING
    03 - The Odd Squad #2 (of 3)
    04 - Voltron: A Legend Forged #3 (of 5)
    04 - Worlds Of Dungeons & Dragons #4

    DYNAMITE ENTERTAINMENT
    10 - Army Of Darkness #13 - added 09/29/2008
    11 - Battlestar Galactica: Origins #10 - added 09/29/2008
    11 - The Boys #23 Mature Readers - updated 11/28/2008
    11 - The Boys Volume 3: Good For The Soul TP Mature Readers - added 09/29/2008
    11 - The Man With No Name: The Good, The Bad And The Uglier #4 - added 09/29/2008

    IDW PUBLISHING
    04 - Black Heart Billy TP
    04 - Dreamland Chronicles Volume 2 #4

    IMAGE COMICS
    05 - Four Eyes #1
    05 - Invincible #53
    05 - A Red Mass for Mars #2 (of 4)
    14 - Savage Dragon Volume 2 #138 - added 10/01/2008

    IMAGE COMICS/SHADOWLINE COMICS
    05 - Vignettes: The Director's Cut TP

    IMAGE COMICS/TOP COW
    13 - Witchblade #121 - added 09/30/2008
    06 - Zero G #1 (of 4)

    MARVEL COMICS
    06 - Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter: The Laughing Corpse #1
    06 - Cable Volume 2 #7
    06 - Civil War: House of M #2 (of 5)
    07 - Eternals Volume 4 #5
    07 - Marvel Apes #3 (of 4)
    07 - New Exiles #12
    07 - Punisher: War Journal Volume 2 #24 (1 of 2)
    08 - Sub-Mariner: The Depths #2 (of 5) Mature Readers
    08 - Venom: Dark Origin #3 (of 5)

    RADICAL COMICS
    08 - City Of Dust #1 (of 5)

    RED 5 COMICS
    08 - ZMD: Zombies of Mass Destruction #2

    TH3RD WORLD STUDIOS
    09 - Creature Feature #1
     
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    GANTZ VOLUME 2 TP

    Publisher:
    Dark Horse Comics
    By: Oku Hiroya

    "Your lives are over. What you do with your new lives is up to me!" This was the warning given to a diverse group of citizens that were teleported to an inescapable condo by an ominous black orb calling itself Gantz. Join best friends Kei and Masaru, the sultry Kishimoto, a stray dog, and the rest of the group as they are unleashed on the streets of Tokyo to face a terrifying onion alien! Will the weapons and strange suits given to them by Gantz prove to be a lifesaver or a death sentence? Now the group has to fight for their lives, even though they are all already dead.

    * Gantz has been one of the most popular adult manga in recent years with over 175,000 copies sold!

    * Dark Horse makes Gantz available in English for the first time with its U.S. debut.

    * Each volume comes shrink-wrapped and carries an 18+ content advisory.
    MATURE READERS

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    Source: Dark Horse Comics

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    HARVEY COMICS CLASSICS VOLUME 4: BABY HUEY TP

    Publisher:
    Dark Horse Comics
    Writers: Jerry Beck
    Pencils: Leslie Carbarga

    "That's some duck" for adventure, fun, misunderstandings and victories aplenty.

    Oversized, oblivious, and oh-so good-natured duckling Baby Huey first delighted audiences in 1949 when he appeared in the pages of Casper the Friendly Ghost, but quickly lumbered his way into the bigger world of cartoons and his own comic book series! Join Baby Huey, his lovingly baffled parents, and his duckling pals in this jumbo collection of classic stories.

    * The lovable lug in king-sized diapers gets his own collection in Dark Horse's Harvey Comics Classics series.

    * Collects over four hundred pages of long out-of-print Baby Huey stories from the Golden Age of comics.

    * Giant-sized laughs for all ages!

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    Source: Dark Horse Comics

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    NIGHT OF YOUR LIFE HC

    Publisher:
    Dark Horse Comics
    By: Jesse Reklaw

    Cartoonist Jesse Reklaw turns the dreams of strangers into the most insightful, humorous, and clever four-panel comic strips you have ever read in The Night of Your Life.

    This hardcover volume captures the sublime pleasure of tumbling through the freewheeling narrative of our sleeping lives. Each strip is an adaptation of the many dreams submitted to Reklaw from all over the world, every one a unique and compelling journey into a landscape to which we all travel but each explore alone.

    Sometimes playful, sometimes thought-provoking, but always entertaining, The Night of Your Life is a testament to the ability of comics to illuminate the corridors of the imagination with wit, sincerity, and joy.

    * Containing the very best never-before-collected strips from Reklaw's comic Slow Wave, which appears in alternative newsweeklies with a combined circulation of over 500,000 per week.

    "Manages that rare blend of pointed humor and specially brewed whimsy."

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    Source: Dark Horse Comics

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    PREDATOR OMNIBUS VOLUME 4 TP

    Publisher:
    Dark Horse Comics
    Writers: Various
    Pencils: Various

    Across the centuries, humanity's capacity for violence has marked time as surely as the movement of the stars. And from those very stars have come an invisible participant in our history, the extraterrestrial Predator, who has used Mankind's own penchant for murder and mayhem as a shadow to cover its own bloody tracks, as a hunting blind from which to take down its human prey. But the Predator has not passed through the ages unnoticed, and despite the alien killer's strength, cunning, and advanced technology, there are few things more certain than how far men are willing to go when it's time for a little payback!

    Predator Omnibus Volume 4 concludes the complete presentation of these never-before-collected classic Dark Horse Predator tales.

    * This volume collects Predator : Primal #1-2, Predator: Nemesis #1-2, Predator: Homeworld #1-4, Predator: Xenogenesis #1-4, Predator: Hell Come a Walkin' #1-2, Predator: Captive one-shot, and "Predator: Demon's Gold" (from DHP #137).

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    Source: Dark Horse Comics
     
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    ROY ROGERS ARCHIVES VOLUME 1 HC

    Publisher:
    Dark Horse Comics
    Writers: Various
    Pencils: Various

    Happy Trails! Roy Rogers rides again in this deluxe volume presenting the earliest comic-book adventures of America's favorite Western star!
    Return to the heyday of the West, when Roy Rogers, with his golden palomino Trigger, conquered the American frontier one thrilling act of daring-do at a time!

    Pop culture icon, hero to generations of boys and girls, and the straightest-shooting, fastest-riding cowboy of them all, Roy Rogers left an indelible mark on the American landscape. These classic comics, in a handsome hardcover edition fit for the "King of the Cowboys," are a perfect way to experience the excitement, humor, and romance that captivated millions.

    * With art by critically acclaimed brothers Tom and Charles McKimson, who were famous for Dell and Disney comic illustration for decades, as well as their work in animation and art in their own right.

    * Volume One collects: Dell Four-Color Comic #38, 63, 86, 95, and 109.

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    Source: Dark Horse Comics

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    SAVAGE SWORD OF CONAN VOLUME 4 TP

    Publisher:
    Dark Horse Comics
    Writers: Roy Thomas
    Pencils: Various

    Editing and charting Conan's course in the influential Savage Sword of Conan magazine, Roy Thomas led a phenomenal assemblage of talented illustrators boldly through the end of the seventies and into the eighties, unfettered by page counts and the limiting thumb of the Comics Code. Thomas scripted the continuing adventures of Conan, drawing from Robert E. Howard's original tales-along with other Conan adventures-and working with such esteemed artists as John Buscema, Sal Buscema, Ernie Colon, Klaus Janson, and the amazing Gil Kane! The Savage Sword of Conan brought the world thrilling adaptations of "Sons of the White Wolf," "The Legions of the Dead," and "The Treasure of Tranicos." The real treasure in this massive tome, however, is the sprawling, ambitious adaptation of the Conan the Buccaneer novel by the powerhouse team of Roy Thomas, John Buscema, and Tony DeZuniga! This volume is sure to deliver brutal barbarian violence as well as horrific, chilling surprises.

    * This volume collects Savage Sword of Conan the Barbarian issues 37 to 48.

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    Source: Dark Horse Comics

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    TRINITY #18 (of 52)

    Publisher:
    DC Comics
    Writers: Kurt Busiek, Fabian Nicieza
    Pencils: Mark Bagley and Art Thibert, Mike Norton and Karl Kesel, Tom Derenick and Wayne Faucher, Scott McDaniel and Andy Owens
    Covers: Jim Lee, Scott Williams

    Part 18 of 52
    Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman no more! The heroic Trinity have met their fates at the hands of their villainous counterparts in the Troika. Now the Earth trembles helplessly in the hands of the villainous group while Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman's accomplishments are being forgotten!

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    Source: Comic Book Resources

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    THE ODD SQUAD #2 (of 3)

    Publisher:
    Devil's Due Publishing
    Writers: Todd Livingston, Nick Capetanakis
    Pencils: The Fraim Brothers
    Covers: The Fraim Brothers, Michael Avon Oeming

    Part 2 of 3
    America's super secret paranormal team has finally gotten to the bottom of the Presidential Were-Beaver mystery when even more bizarre transformations pop up all over the country. The answers might lie in outer space and only one group can save our planet now. Unfortunately, we chose the Odd Squad instead.

    -From Invisible Hand Studios (creators of Urban Monsters and Serpo) and executive producer Vin di Bona!

    -Written by acclaimed graphic novelist Todd Livingston (The Black Forest, THE WICKED WEST, CHOPPER ZOMBIE, SHEENA)!

    -Featuring an alternate cover by the legendary David Michael Beck!

    -The X-Files meets Ghostbusters in this hilarious sci-fi comedy!

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    VOLTRON: A LEGEND FORGED #3 (of 5)

    Publisher:
    Devil's Due Publishing
    Writers: Josh Blaylock
    Pencils: Mike Bear, Wes Dzioba
    Covers: Tim Seeley, Josh Blaylock, Mike Bear, Andy MacDonald

    Part 3 of 5
    The Lion Force and the Council of Altarus unite to stop Empress Jain in an epic final issue. The Empress is bent on using the Voltron robots from the future to stop the original Voltron from ever being created, and even if the Lion Force succeeds, they must still find a way home to the present.

    -Written by Dreadnoks: Declassified writer and DDP President Josh Blaylock.
    -The final issue in the first ever telling of the origin of Voltron!

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    Source: Comic Book Resources

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    WORLDS OF DUNGEONS & DRAGONS #4

    Publisher:
    Devil's Due Publishing
    Writers: Ed Greenwood, Roger E. Moore, Jeff Grubb, Stan
    Pencils: Juanfran Moyano, Javier Sanchez Aranda
    Covers: Nadir Balan, Marc Fishman (Incentive)

    “Elminster at the Magefair” finds the Sage of Shadowdale and Storm Silverhand under siege by a formidable undead enemy from Elminster’s past, while the Dragonlance saga’s most famous kender, Tasslehoff Burrfoot, relates his remarkable adventure with a curious magical ring in “A Stone’s Throw Away.”

    -A double-sized monthly anthology exploring the worlds of Dungeons & Dragons!

    -Spotlighting the popular characters Elminster of Shadowdale and Tasslehoff Burrfoot.

    -Featuring stories and scripts by bestselling fantasy authors and award-winning game designers Ed Greenwood, Jeff Grubb, Stan!, and Roger E. Moore.

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    Source: Comic Book Resources

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    BLACK HEART BILLY TP

    Publisher:
    IDW Publishing
    Writers: Rick Remender
    Pencils: Kieron Dwyer, Harper Jaten
    Covers: Kieron Dwyer

    Meet Billy Black, an ‘80s hardcore scene refugee who’s having a bit of trouble acclimating to modern life. While bludgeoning a band of Burning Man refugees with the skull of Jerry Garcia, Billy inadvertently becomes immersed in an evil Nazi conspiracy to turn the world into mindless hippie zombies in order to usher in the 4th Reich.

    “Hitler in Jerry Garcia’s corpse—how can you say no?” — Warren Ellis

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    DREAMLAND CHRONICLES VOLUME 2 #4

    Publisher:
    IDW Publishing
    Writers: Scott Christian Sava
    Pencils: Scott Christian Sava
    Covers: Scott Christian Sava, Jerry Bingham

    Written and Illustrated by award winning artist Scott Christian Sava, Dreamland tells the story of Alexander Carter and his discovery of a necklace that takes him to a magical world of his childhood dreams. There he finds danger, adventure, and romance. Back in Dreamland again… Alexander and Kiwi fly to go see Paddington Rumblebottom the Third! With a special variant cover by Jerry Bingham (Batman: Son of the Demon)

    *2 regular covers will be shipped in a 1-to-1 ratio.

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    Source: Comic Book Resources
     
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    FOUR EYES #1

    Publisher:
    Image Comics
    Writers: Joe Kelly
    Pencils: Max Fiumara
    Covers: Max Fiumara
    Colorists: Nestor Pereyra
    Letters: Drew Gill

    Brooklyn 1930. America struggles in the grip of the Great Depression, and ten-year-old Enrico is willing to make any sacrifice to take care of his mother. Even if it means taking a job in the one place he’s forbidden to go... the ring of fire where dragons are trained and fought for cash and glory.

    A new ongoing series from the writer of AMAZING SPIDER-MAN, ACTION COMICS and SUPERGIRL!

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    INVINCIBLE #53

    Publisher:
    Image Comics
    Writers: Robert Kirkman
    Pencils: Ryan Ottley, Eco Plascencia
    Covers: Ryan Ottley, Eco Plascencia

    "INVINCIBLE VS. TITAN!"
    A few issues back, Titan tricked Invincible into helping him take over Machine Head’s arm of the criminal organization knows as THE ORDER – and Invincible is not too happy about being tricked.

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    A RED MASS FOR MARS #2 (of 4)

    Publisher:
    Image Comics
    Writers: Jonathan Hickman
    Pencils: Ryan Bodenheim
    Covers: Ryan Bodenheim

    "LIBERTY", Part 2 of 4
    As things on Earth grow dire, we learn the history of Mars and the events that shaped his life. How does a man become king? How does a king become a god? How does a god become human?

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    VIGNETTES: THE DIRECTOR'S CUT TP

    Publisher:
    Image Comics/Shadowline Comics
    Writers: Jim Valentino
    Pencils: Jim Valentino
    Covers: Jim Valentino

    "THE AUTO-BIO COMIX"
    Before Image, before his superhero work, JIM VALENTINO was known as one of the brightest practitioners of auto-bio alternative comix! Collected for the first time in CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER are the critically acclaimed, award winning stories from VALENTINO #1-3 and DRAWINGS FROM LIFE #1-2 plus a few new surprises!

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    Source: Comic Book Resources
     
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    ZERO G #1 (of 4)

    Publisher:
    Image Comics/Top Cow
    Writers: Alex Zamm
    Pencils: Jason Badower
    Covers: Jason Badower
    Colorists: Annette Kwok

    Part 1 of 4
    New mini-series by director/screenwriter Alex Zamm and up-and-coming artist Jason Badower (Heroes, True Blood)!

    An international space race ensues when an asteroid containing enough precious metals to shift the balance of power on Earth is detected on a path through our solar system. When the U.S. Team arrives on the asteroid, they discover the remains of an abandoned alien mining camp. But when the U.S. ship is sabotaged and crew members go missing, it becomes clear they're not alone on the asteroid. Stranded, the remaining crew members must band together to survive the monstrous inhabitants on the asteroid, find a way off the rock and save Earth which now sits directly in the path of destruction. In the process, they discover a deep dark secret contained within the asteroid. It holds the key to both their destruction and to their salvation. But unearthing it will change the fate of humanity forever.

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    ANITA BLAKE, VAMPIRE HUNTER: THE LAUGHING CORPSE #1

    Publisher:
    Marvel Comics
    Writers: Laurell K. Hamilton, Jessica Ruffner
    Pencils: Ron Lim
    Covers: Ron Lim
    Colorists: June Chung
    Letters: Bill Tortolini

    Part 1
    Anita Blake is back in the second volume of Marvel’s comic adaptation of Laurell K. Hamilton’s bestselling series of novels! What would you do for a million dollars? Would you resurrect a two and one half century old corpse? Harold Gaynor poses just that question to Animator and part-time vampire hunter, Anita Blake... Plus, some crime scenes are even too horrible for a vampire slayer… and the worse they are, the more questions they raise.

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    CABLE VOLUME 2 #7

    Publisher:
    Marvel Comics
    Writers: Duane Swierczynski
    Pencils: Ariel Olivetti
    Covers: Ariel Olivetti, Richard Corben (Incentive)

    "WAITING FOR THE END OF THE WORLD", Part 1
    When Bishop travels back to the present in search of intel that will aid his search for Cable and the mutant baby, he’s intercepted by the X-Force! With Cyclops eagerly waiting to interrogate his former comrade, it would appear that the game is over for the time-traveling cop. So why is Bishop smiling? What trick does he have up his sleeve? And what does this mean for Cable and the baby?

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    CIVIL WAR: HOUSE OF M #2 (of 5)

    Publisher:
    Marvel Comics
    Writers: Christos Gage
    Pencils: Andrea Di Vito
    Covers: Mike Perkins
    Colorists: Laura Villari
    Letters: Dave Sharpe

    "REVELATIONS", Part 2 of 5
    The untold story of Magneto's rise to power continues! The mutant army grows with the additions of Quicksilver, the Scarlet Witch, Polaris...and Charles Xavier?! Together, this amazingly powerful team sets their sights on the liberation of Genosha. But Magneto and Xavier have very different philosophies on human/mutant relations. Will they become enemies, as they did in our world...or will their alliance make them unstoppable? Christos N. Gage (HOUSE OF M: AVENGERS) and Andrea Di Vito (ANNIHILATION) bring you perhaps the most important — but never before seen — chapter in the House of M saga!

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    Source: Comic Book Resources
     
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    ETERNALS VOLUME 4 #5

    Publisher:
    Marvel Comics
    Writers: Charles Knauf, Daniel Knauf
    Pencils: Daniel Acuna
    Covers: Daniel Acuna, Eric Nguyen
    Inkers: Daniel Acuna
    Colorists: Daniel Acuna
    Letters: Todd Klein

    A spy revealed! A traitor’s machinations unleashed! A force so powerful that even the gods fear its return! As the Eternals continue their attempts to muster what defenses they can against the Horde, their problems are compounded to the tune of a god’s wrath! Gilgamesh the Forgotten One has awakened, and none shall be spared as he carves a bloody path through the ranks of the Eternals! What hope have mortals when even Eternals must fear annihilation?

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    MARVEL APES #3 (of 4)

    Publisher:
    Marvel Comics
    Writers: Karl Kesel
    Pencils: Ramon Bachs
    Covers: John Watson, Stephanie Buscema (Incentive)
    Colorists: Javier Mena Guerrero
    Letters: Jared K. Fletcher

    "GORILLA WARFARE!", Part 3 of 4
    THE FURRY, FURIOUS FINALE OF MARVEL'S MONKEYFIED MASTERPIECE!

    It's Gorilla Warfare as the Simian Superheroes plot their primate plan against the human's homeworld-- and the only one who can stop them is... The Gibbon!?!

    Good thing he has help from... Speedball??!!?!

    We're doomed...

    Don't miss the all-out ape action and primate (plus prosimian!) pandemonium in this-- the must-read mini-series of the month! Be the envy of your friends as people ask: "Is that a copy of MARVEL APES in your pocket... or are you just happy to see me?"

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    Marvel Apes #3, Page 4
    Marvel Apes #3, Page 5
    Marvel Apes #3, Page 6
    Marvel Apes #3, Page 7

    Source: Comic Book Resources

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    NEW EXILES #12

    Publisher:
    Marvel Comics
    Writers: Chris Claremont
    Pencils: Paco Diaz Luque
    Covers: Tom Grummett
    Inkers: Norberto Fernandez
    Colorists: Wil Quintana
    Letters: Tom Orzechowski

    "WILD CHILD!"
    Another double-dose of dimensional deeds dives your way this month! First, in issue 12, Sabretooth and Cat finish their face-off against Madame Hydra and her evil band of crosstime killers. Then, as a new arc begins in issue 13, the Exiles deal with the fallout of their last two missions…oh, and that pesky impending End of All that Is, the death and destruction of the OmniVerse! It’s a double-barreled confrontation that not all of them may survive.

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    New Exiles #12, Page 7

    Source: Comic Book Resources

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    PUNISHER: WAR JOURNAL VILUME 2 #24 (1 of 2)

    Publisher:
    Marvel Comics
    Writers: Rick Remender
    Pencils: Howard Chaykin
    Covers: Alex Maleev
    Inkers: Howard Chaykin
    Colorists: Edgar Delgado
    Letters: Joe Caramagna

    A SECRET INVASION TIE-IN!

    "SECRET INVASION", Part 1 of 2
    With an alien armada laying the world to waste, Stuart RAMPAGE Clarke decides to make his move. Skrull Armageddon is just a backdrop for his ultimate revenge- against Tony Stark, against S.H.I.E.L.D., and against anyone that ever stood in his way. And what about Frank Castle? Where does THE PUNISHER fit into Clarke's plans? It's the end of the world as we know it-- time to cross some names off the old enemies list.

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    Punisher: War Journal Volume 2 #24, Page 6
    Punisher: War Journal Volume 2 #24, Page 7

    Source: Comic Book Resources
     
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    SUB-MARINER: THE DEPTHS #2 (of 5)

    Publisher:
    Marvel Comics
    Writers: Peter Milligan
    Pencils: Esad Ribic
    Covers: Esad Ribic
    Colorists: Esad Ribic
    Letters: Cory Petit

    Part 2 of 5
    The latest offering from the red-hot Marvel Knights line offers a searing vision of Namor, the Sub-Mariner as you’ve never seen, brought to you by Peter Milligan (X-Force) and Esad Ribic (Silver Surfer: Requiem)!

    Atlantis. Throughout the ages, a few men have wondered if this fabulous place actually exists. Fewer have imagined that the city is protected by a wild and vengeful being, the very embodiment of the untameable depths themselves -- the Sub-Mariner. When a legendary adventurer named Randolph Stein travel deep into the dark belly of the Marianes trench in search of a missing deep sea expedition, he is about to encounter things that supersede his wildest imagination. There is something down there in the murky depths -- something far closer to God than man -- and it has been waiting for Stein for a long, long time.
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    Sub-Mariner: The Depths #2, Page 7

    Source: Comic Book Resources

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    VENOM: DARK ORIGIN #3 (of 5)

    Publisher:
    Marvel Comics
    Writers: Zeb Wells
    Pencils: Angel Medina
    Covers: Angel Medina
    Inkers: Scott Hanna
    Colorists: Matt Milla
    Letters: Joe Caramagna

    "AMID THE CHAOS, THERE COMES A COSTUME--!", Part 3 of 5
    On an alien world, at the behest of an all-powerful megalomaniac, armies of heroes and villains face off in one of the greatest conflicts in Marvel history…and Spider-Man is there! As failed journalist Eddie Brock sinks deeper into the poisonous depths of his soul, the hero who ruined his life comes back from the Secret Wars with a living, breathing alien symbiote. Writer Zeb Wells (AMAZING SPIDER-MAN) and artist Angel Medina (SENSATIONAL SPIDER-MAN) chronicle the twin corruptions doomed to bring together a wreck of a man and a jealous monster to form one of Spider-Man’s deadliest foes!

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    CITY OF DUST #1 (of 5)

    Publisher:
    Radical Comics
    Writers: Steve Niles
    Pencils: Zid
    Covers: Zid, Lucio Parrillo, Clint Langley, Arthur Suydam, Frederick Rambaud
    Letters: Chris Eliopoulos

    Part 1 of 5
    From the dark mind of STEVE NILES (30 Days of Night) comes a story set in the aftermath of our world's collapse. This chilling vision of the future unveils a world where the police now patrol for crimes of the imagination. Religious beliefs, along with any tales of false heroes, idols or gods, are illegal. The world is anew and the enemy adapts.

    Detective Philip Khrome doesn't enforce Imagination, he works homicide; that's where the action is, and he's seen it all before. But criminals evolve and the world's forever changing. When a killing spree hits his city sector, Khrome finds himself face to face with killers born of grim reality with old world superstition and everything is not what it seems.

    48 page prestige format book.

    NOTE: Look for a live Web cast with Steve Niles on September 30th at Radical Comics

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    City Of Dust #1, Page 14
    City Of Dust #1, Page 15
    Additional Pages:
    City of Dust #1, Additional Page 1 (from Major)
    City of Dust #1, Additional Page 2 (from Major)
    City of Dust #1, Additional Page 3 (from Major)

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    ZMD: ZOMBIES OF MASS DESTRUCTION #2

    Publisher:
    Red 5 Comics
    Writers: Kevin Grevioux
    Pencils: Geraldo Borges
    Covers: Paul Ballard
    Inkers: Jimmy Reyes
    Colorists: Andrew Dalhouse
    Letters: Troy Peteri

    "EXPENDABLE SOLDIERS"
    When a U.S. military zombie operative goes missing in Lebanon, Colonel Matthew Drake is summoned to the Pentagon where he is exposed to the true horrors of the necronites program. Drake’s past and future are called into question, with answers to be found only with an undead soldier wandering the desert. From the creator the of UNDERWORLD movie franchise.

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    ZMD: Zombies of Mass Destruction #2, Page 4
    ZMD: Zombies of Mass Destruction #2, Page 5

    Source: Major Spoilers
     
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    CREATURE FEATURE #1

    Publisher:
    Th3rd World Studios
    Writers: CB Cebulski, Chris Yost, Andy Schmidt, Stuart Moore, Leah Moore, John Reppion, Brian Smith
    Pencils: Shaun Turnbull
    Covers: Shaun Turnbull

    Do you remember when your local drive-in was rocking on a Friday night and all of the monsters were the result of nuclear waste and government conspiracies? Creature Feature is your chance to relive your youth or visit a joyous time of cinematic insanity done right for the first time. Welcome back to the 70s and 80s because the first Triple and a half Creature Feature of the new millennium is set to begin! This issue features three and a half scintillating tales of monsterous horror done right over the top and gratuitous with a super-cool soundtrack. (Readers are responsible for providing their own tunes.) Grab a date, leave the kids at home, and stuff as many friends in your trunk as possible for out of this world terror.

    Check out these grind house inspired titles:

    Night of the Abductors by Chris Yost
    Hooters by CB Cebulski featuring hot girls and their feathery friend
    Why Did It Have To Be Spiders? by Andy Schmidt
    Rockenstein by Brian Smith

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    Creature Feature #1, Cover
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    Creature Feature #1, Abductors Page 3
    Creature Feature #1, Hooters Page 1
    Creature Feature #1, Hooters Page 2
    Creature Feature #1, Hooters Page 3 (from Major)
    Creature Feature #1, Hooters Page 4
    Creature Feature #1, Spiders Page 1
    Creature Feature #1, Spiders Page 2
    Creature Feature #1, Spiders Page 3

    Source: Newsarama, Major Spoilers
     
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    NO HERO #1 (of 7)

    Publisher:
    Avatar Press
    Writers: Warren Ellis
    Pencils: Juan Jose Ryp
    Covers: Juan Jose Ryp

    Part 1 of 7
    Warren Ellis and Juan Jose Ryp, the team behind the fan-favorite BLACK SUMMER, are revolutionizing masked heroes yet again in the hottest new series of the summer! Dead heroes in the dirt. A killer capable of almost supernatural tortures. Five generations of the world’s only superhuman group. A forty-year legacy of standing for the rights of freedom and safety. A young man obsessed with the need for street justice. How much do you want to be a superhuman? How badly does he want it? Bad enough to bring on the last days of an American legend? If he even gets to survive that long? Forty years ago, a group of superhumans emerged in San Francisco, guided by the man whose unique new drugs gave them their incredible powers. But the team is not the only thing that’s advanced over the years, and there are no easy victories when their luck finally begins to run out… This #1 issue blasts the story wide open and is available with a Regular or Wraparound cover by Ryp as well as a rare 1-in-15 Design Sketch Edition featuring the initial character designs by Ryp. This launch issue also has a uber-collectable special edition that you don’t want to miss. The Leather Sketch edition features and all-new leather-composite cover by Ryp and for the first time ever, an original head sketch by Ryp is also included! This is the first time any original Ryp art has been offered for sale and will certainly be a instant sell-out. Limited to just 500 copies, allocations are likely.
    MATURE READERS

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    No Hero #1, Cover (from Avatar)
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    No Hero #1, Page 5 (pencils)
    No Hero #1, Page 9 (pencils)
    No Hero #1, Page 10 (pencils)
    No Hero #1, Page 11 (pencils)

    Source: Freak Angels, Avatar Press

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    JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA VOLUME 2 #25

    Publisher:
    DC Comics
    Writers: Dwayne McDuffie
    Pencils: Ed Benes, Doug Mahnke, Darick Robertson, Shane Davis, Ian Churchill, Ivan Reis
    Covers: Ed Benes
    Inkers: Ed Benes, Christian Alamy, Darick Robertson, Rob Stull, Ian Churchill, Joe Prado
    Colorists: Pete Pantazis
    Letters: Rob Leigh

    "THE SECOND COMING: THE BEST LACK ALL CONVICTION", Part 4
    Vixen and Animal Man journey into the sacred Tantu Totem to solve the mystery of their altered powers. But Anansi, the African spider god responsible for these changes, has only begun reshaping the powers and histories of the Justice League, as eight-year-old Bruce Wayne shoots the burglar who killed his parents, Wonder Woman retires from the JLA after the tragic death of her husband, Superman, and The Green Lantern Corps quarantines Earth after one of their number destroys an American city. With the team's history changing before Vixen's eyes, is the JLA we now know gone forever?

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    Justice League of America Volume 2 #25, Cover
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    Justice League of America Volume 2 #25, Page 3
    Justice League of America Volume 2 #25, Page 4
    Justice League of America Volume 2 #25, Page 5

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    TOP 10 SEASON 2 #1 (of 4)

    Publisher:
    DC Comics/America's Best Comics
    Writers: Zander Cannon
    Pencils: Gene Ha
    Covers: Gene Ha
    Inkers: Gene Ha
    Colorists: Alex Sinclair
    Letters: Todd Klein

    "CORPUS DELICTI", Part 1 of 4
    AMERICA'S BEST COMICS. A new season dawns in the science-city of Neopolis! A new commissioner, along with some new rules, comes to Precinct 10, as Slipstream Phoenix, a rookie cop with an ugly secret, fights for respect among his new peers. Meanwhile, Shock-Headed Peter and the Dust Devil investigate a mysterious, ancient drug dealer, and a very public multiple homicide sets Captain Jetman and Lieutenant Peregrine scrambling for answers.

    The police procedural crime and intrigue continue in this new series based on concepts and characters created by legendary writer Alan Moore (WATCHMEN, V FOR VENDETTA).

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    Top 10 Season 2 #1, Cover
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    Source: Newsarama

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    ARMY OF DARKNESS #13

    Publisher:
    Dynamite Entertainment
    Writers: James Kuhoric, Mike Raicht
    Pencils: Scott Cohn
    Covers: Fabiano Neves, Stjepan Sejic
    Colorists: Ivan Nunes

    Unlucky (although in Ash’s case, everything is unlucky) issue #13 is here! In the past, dynamite has killed Ash, sent him to fight the Marvel Zombies, hooked him up with Xena, Freddy and Jason (not all at once)… so what do they have planned for this issue? Find out in August from writers James Kuhoric, Mike Raicht and artist Scott Cohn!

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    Army Of Darkness #13, Page 4-5

    Source: Major Spoilers
     
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    BATTLESTAR GALACTICA: ORIGINS #10

    Publisher:
    Dynamite Entertainment
    Writers: Seamus Fahey Clay Carmouche
    Pencils: Jonathan Lau
    Covers: Jonathan Lau, Photo
    Colorists: Inlight Studio

    Sci Fi’s Galactica series writer Kevin Fahey - joined this issue by co-writer Clay Carmouche - is back and joined by artist Jonathan Lau for a special “origin” series focusing on Kara and Helo! From the academy to their assignment onboard the Galactica, follow the previously untold tale in Dynamite’s “Origin” series! Featuring two covers, one by Lau and the other a BSG Photo Cover!

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    Source: Major Spoilers

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    THE BOYS #23

    Publisher:
    Dynamite Entertainment
    Writers: Garth Ennis
    Pencils: Darick Robertson
    Covers: Darick Robertson, John Cassaday
    Colorists: Tony Aviña

    "WE GOTTA GO NOW", Part 1
    This story is soooooooooooo BIG, that Dynamite, along with creators Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, is going to start a series of alternate covers, kicking off with two covers this month by Darick Robertson (and wait until you see who we have lined up in the months to come — such luminaries as Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons, Jim Lee, and . . . . well, we would tell you, but your head might explode if we told you everyone at once, and we want you to come back for the comic!)

    They’re outcasts. Renegades. Rogues. Outsiders. They’re the world’s most profitable superheroes. They’re the G-Men.

    But all is not well with mysterious millionaire John Godolkin’s band of misfits. Silver Kincaid, one of the original G-Men, has just committed suicide in the most public and grotesque way imaginable. That’s not good news for Vought-American’s number one franchise, with G-Force, G-Coast, G-Style, G-Wiz, the G-Brits and the G-Nomads all depending on their slice of the G-pie. There’s far too much at stake for anyone to go poking around the G-Mansion now. Who knows what dirty secrets might be waiting down there in the dark?

    So it’s just too bad that Butcher, Hughie, Mother’s Milk, the Frenchman and the Female have decided to do precisely that. Even it they risk finally biting off much, much more than they can chew…

    WE GOTTA GO NOW: A major new storyline, beginning with The Boys #23.
    MATURE READERS

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    UPDATED: 11/28/2008 - complete issue

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    THE BOYS VOLUME 3: GOOD FOR THE SOUL TP

    Publisher:
    Dynamite Entertainment
    Writers: Garth Ennis
    Pencils: Darick Robertson
    Covers: Darick Robertson
    Colorists: Tony Aviña

    The third Dynamite collection of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson’s “The Boys” is here!

    In “Good For The Soul” (issues 15-18): Hughie visits The Legend, determined to find out more about The Boys- their history, their personalities, and their mysterious hidden agenda. Meanwhile, Annie January (alias Starlight) has her own doubts about membership of The Seven. This storyline also reveals a little more about the other members of the team- beginning with Butcher, and his relationship with CIA director Susan Rayner.

    In “I Tell You No Lie, G.I.” (issues 19-22): Wee Hughie sits down with The Legend to get the lowdown on the Boys and their enemies from the very beginning. All will be revealed, or at least that’s what Hughie’s expecting- who started it all, who did what to whom, why the Twin Towers are still up and the Brooklyn Bridge is down. Meanwhile, Butcher and the others meet their sparring partners… and deep down in the bowels of their hovering headquarters, Annie and A-Train discover the Seven’s darkest secret.

    Also includes a complete cover gallery!
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    The Boys Volume 3: Good For The Soul TP, Page 106
    The Boys Volume 3: Good For The Soul TP, Page 107
    The Boys Volume 3: Good For The Soul TP, Page 112
    The Boys Volume 3: Good For The Soul TP, Page 113

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    THE MAN WITH NO NAME: THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLIER #4

    Publisher:
    Dynamite Entertainment
    Writers: Christos Gage
    Pencils: Wellington Dias
    Covers: Richard Isanove
    Colorists: Bruno Hang

    DYNAMITE ENTERTAINMENT redefined the comic book western with The Lone Ranger, and now, with the iconic “Man with no Name” series, the company is doing it again!

    This time out, Blondie and Ramirez attempt to use subterfuge to achieve their means, but in the end, its bullets and blowing things up that are going to rule the day! Featuring another stunning cover by Richard Isanove!

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    The Man With No Name: The Good, The Bad And The Uglier #4, Page 11

    Source: Major Spoilers
     
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    BLOOD BOWL: KILLER CONTRACT #4 (of 5)

    Publisher:
    BOOM! Studios
    Writers: Matt Forbeck
    Pencils: Lads Helloven
    Covers: Lads Helloven, Focus Home Interactive (Incentive)
    Colorists: Sumi Pak, Andrew Dalhouse
    Letters: Ed Dukeshire

    Part 4 of 5
    Welcome to the hyper-violent hilarity of BLOOD BOWL, the miniseries that puts the fantasy (as in elves, dwarves, orcs, and ogres) back into football! As the Bad Bay Hackers enter the semi-final round of the Blood Bowl Championship, an assassin still plagues their play. They’d put a stop to it if they weren’t too busy battling the tentacled terrors of the Chaos All-Stars for their lives!

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    CHALLENGER DEEP #2 (of 4)

    Publisher:
    BOOM! Studios
    Writers: Andrew Cosby, Andy Schmidt
    Pencils: Chee
    Covers: Kody Chamerlain
    Colorists: Andrew Dalhouse
    Letters: Marshall Dillon

    Part 2 of 4
    Take a deep breath. Hold it. Now, imagine you’re on a-I didn’t say breathe!- on a sunken submarine at the bottom of the ocean, teetering on enough methane ice to blow the world in half if you make the slightest wrong move. And five world governments are sending underwater commandoes your way right this second! Heart racing? Getting lightheaded? That’s the skill of writer Andrew Cosby, creator of the hit Sci-Fi show Eureka!

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    BATMAN #680

    Publisher:
    DC Comics
    Writers: Grant Morrison
    Pencils: Tony Daniel
    Covers: Alex Ross, Tony Daniel (Incentive)
    Inkers: Sandu Florea

    "BATMAN R.I.P.: THE THIN WHITE DUKE OF DEATH", Part 5
    It's "Batman R.I.P." part 5 — and this issue features two events so monumental that one comic can barely contain them! First, Batman faces off against The Club of Villains. Then, The Joker makes his stand, challenging the Dark Knight to the ultimate battle of wits. Will Batman survive either of these threats — or could this be the end of Gotham City's greatest hero?

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    NIGHTWING VOLUME 2 #149

    Publisher:
    DC Comics
    Writers: Peter J. Tomasi
    Pencils: Don Kramer
    Covers: Rags Morales
    Inkers: Jay Leisten
    Colorists: Hi-Fi
    Letters: Travis Lanham

    "THE GREAT LEAP", Part 3
    A "Batman R.I.P." tie-in! With Batman missing in action, Nightwing faces off against The Dark Knight's most dangerous enemies — Killer Croc, Penguin, Mr. Freeze, Poison Ivy, Two-Face and The Joker — to save the life of a woman marked for death.

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    Source: Comic Book Resources
     
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    SUPERGIRL VOLUME 5 #34

    Publisher:
    DC Comics
    Writers: Sterling Gates
    Pencils: Jamal Igle
    Covers: Josh Middleton, Fernando Pasarin (Incentive)
    Inkers: Keith Champagne
    Colorists: Nei Ruffino
    Letters: Rob Leigh

    "WHY THE WORLD DOESN'T NEED SUPERGIRL"
    Beginning the new direction for SUPERGIRL, which will tie the book and character firmly into the Superman franchise!

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    VIXEN: RETURN OF THE LION #1 (of 5)

    Publisher:
    DC Comics
    Writers: G. Willow Wilson
    Pencils: Cafu
    Covers: Josh Middleton
    Colorists: Santiago Arcas
    Letters: Rob Clark Jr

    Part 1 of 5
    On a mission against the mega-mobsters of Intergang, the Justice League makes a stunning discovery revealing the truth behind the death of Vixen's mother. Long ago, poachers were fingered in her murder, but stunning proof arrives exposing the identity of her real killer! And the man responsible is still alive, making a vicious play for power in the homeland Vixen left years ago.

    This groundbreaking 5-issue miniseries by rising stars G. Willow Wilson (OUTSIDERS: AQUAMAN/METAMORPHO, CAIRO, AIR) and Cafu (Black Panther) plunges the League's animal-powered warrior into a deeply spiritual, but instantly deadly, quest for vengeance — and draws the League itself into the newest chapter of Intergang's ever-expanding race for domination.

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    WITCHBLADE #121

    Publisher:
    Image Comics/Top Cow
    Writers: Ron Marz
    Pencils: Stjepan Sejic
    Covers: Stjepan Sejic

    Gritty police drama meets supernatural thriller as mysterious deaths lead Sara Pezzini and her detective partner, Patrick Gleason, to the heart of Brooklyn’s Orthodox Jewish community, a closed and cloistered society that does not tolerate outsiders. Something ancient and evil is stalking the community, something that even the Witchblade might not be able to stop.

    This issue also features Capture the Witchblade Sweepstakes winner Mike Fogg drawn into the comic!

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    Source: Major Spoilers
     
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    BROKEN GIRLS GN

    Publisher:
    Ancient Squid Media
    Writers: Robert Beales, Cuitla Huezo
    Pencils: Ramado Imedia Arts
    Covers: Ramado Imedia Arts
    Letters: Cuitla Huezo

    The students of Marianne's Crossing are all daughters of powerful and influential people, and that is the only reason that they are not in prison. The institution serves as school, prison, and rehab for girls who refuse to behave by society's rules.

    When one girl causes a chemical spill, it leaves only a few people unaffected by the horrible transformations. Now only the most violent and clever girls are left to try and make their way from the deepest sub-basement through the blood-thirsty maniac hordes.

    The bad girls get to play by their own rules in this story of survival, and no one may get out alive.
    MATURE READERS

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    Source: Ancient Squid Media

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    BETTY #176

    Publisher:
    Archie Comics
    Writers: George Gladir, Mike Pellowski, Bill Golliher, Mike Pellowski
    Pencils: Stan Goldberg
    Covers: Stan Goldberg

    "THE MANY CHARMS OF LUCK"
    For someone who claims not to be superstitious, Betty sure has a lot of good luck charms!

    "FITNESS QUIZ"
    Betty learns the secret of her mother’s physical fitness: being a housewife!

    "BREATH TAKING"
    Everyone loves how Betty’s new cheese dip goes down… it’s just the halitosis aftermath they can do without!

    "WEDDING BLISTERED"
    Attending her cousin’s wedding gives Betty an opportunity to observe several married couples… and witness the “good times and bad” firsthand!

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    Source: Major Spoilers

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    PALS-N-GALS DOUBLE DIGEST #125 (1 of 4)

    Publisher:
    Archie Comics
    Writers: Melanie J. Morgan, Various
    Pencils: Tod Smith, Various
    Covers: Tod Smith
    Inkers: Al Milgrom

    IT’S ANOTHER NEW FOUR-PART STORY IN THE “REALISTIC STYLE” – AND THIS TIME, MOOSE & MIDGE’S ROMANCE HANGS IN THE BALANCE!

    "BREAK-UP BLUES", Part 1 of 4
    First came Betty and Veronica’s “Bad Boy Trouble,” followed by Jughead dealing with a bunch of “Matchmakers.” Now, the latest story to portray the famous Riverdale teens in a realistic style is here… and it may spell the end of one of the longest-running romances in Archie Comics history! Feeling confined by Moose’s possessive nature, Midge decides to try an experiment – namely, dating Reggie! We all know this will make Moose fly off the handle, but this time it won’t have an “all’s well that ends well” resolution. Can Archie and his friends help pick up the pieces of this shattered relationship, or is it better to leave them where they lay? 2007’s “Bad Boy Trouble” set the comics world on its ear as the teens were depicted in a realistic style. This year’s “Matchmakers” continued the look and kept people talking. Now veteran penciller Tod Smith and journeyman inker Al Milgrom carry on that look in what is sure to be the most explosive Archie Comics story of the year!

    PLUS: Other new and classic tales!

    BONUS: Puzzles, games and pin-ups!

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    Pals-n-Gals Double Digest #125, Page 6
    Pals-n-Gals Double Digest #125, Page 7
    Pals-n-Gals Double Digest #125, Page 8

    Source: Major Spoilers

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    SONIC THE HEDGEHOG ARCHIVES #9

    Publisher:
    Archie Comics
    Writers: Mike Gallagher, Ken Penders, Mike Kanterovich
    Pencils: Art Mawhinney, Dave Manak, Ken Penders
    Covers: Pat “Spaz” Spazinate

    The thrilling new series that lets fans relive classic Sonic stories continues!
    Volume 9 presents issues #33 through #36 of Sonic’s ongoing comic book series in a special 5 x 7 & ½ inch edition. These stories continue the artistic change to a more “dramatic” tone, better aligning the series to the hit Saturday morning animated series then on the air. The emphasis is on the royal politics of the kingdom, with power plays, self-sacrifice and betrayals galore. Each story is meticulously restored and printed on high-grade paper-so you can feel like you’re zipping right alongside the cobalt champion as he saves Knothole Village! This action-packed edition features events like the mystery of the Chaos Emeralds and the return of King Acorn (sort of)!
    Stories include:
    “Let’s Get Small” (issue #33),
    “The Big Picture” (issue #33),
    “Sonic Shot” (issue #33),
    “To Bot or Not to Bot” (issue #34),
    “A Sense of History – Part One” (issue #34),
    “Ring of Truth” (issue #35),
    “A Sense of History - Part Two” (issue #35),
    “Heart of Darkness” (issue #36), and
    “A Sense of History Party Three” (issue #36).

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    TALES FROM RIVERDALE DIGEST #30

    Publisher:
    Archie Comics
    Writers: George Gladir, Bill Golliher, George Gladir, Various
    Pencils: Fernando Ruiz, Bob Bolling, Pat Kennedy, Various
    Covers: Fernando Ruiz

    "FOR MONSTERS ONLY"
    Can it be true? Have Archie and Jughead really stumbled into a Halloween party where the guests are not in costume but are actual, real-live monsters? Find out for yourself if this tale is a “trick” or a “treat!”

    "THE PIES HAVE IT"
    Move over, Gordon – it’s a real “kitchen nightmare” when cafeteria cook Miss Beazly loses a ring in a pot pie!

    "THE PROMISE"
    Mr. Weatherbee promises to perform as a clown if the students improve their reading averages, leading some to ask, “What else is new?!”

    PLUS: Other new and classic tales!

    BONUS: Puzzles, games and pin-ups!

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    Tales from Riverdale Digest #30, Cover
    Tales from Riverdale Digest #30, Page 1
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    JONAH HEX VOLUME 2 #36

    Publisher:
    DC Comics
    Writers: Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray
    Pencils: Rafa Garres
    Covers: Rafa Garres

    "BIRTHPLACE OF THE KU KLUX KLAN"
    There's a reason why Jonah Hex wears the uniform of a Confederate soldier, and the truth is sometimes an ugly thing. On his way home from fighting in the Civil War, Hex tries to settle an old score but soon finds himself in the middle of a misunderstanding that could have grave consequences

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    Jonah Hex Volume 2 #36, Cover
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    Jonah Hex Volume 2 #36, Page 5

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