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Thursday, August 15, 2002

DC COMICS FIRST LOOKS

FIRST LOOK: JSA #39

JSA #39 will arrive in stores on Wednesday from DC Comics. The issue is written by David S. Goyer and Geoff Johns, with art by Patrick Gleason and Christian Alamy and a cover by Rags Morales.

Here's how DC describes the issue:

"What makes the JSA's Woman of Steel tick? Find out as Power Girl enters the spotlight this issue. Karen Starr takes on one of the strangest people she's ever gone up against: her greatest fan! A love-hungry, too-hip-for-the-room metahuman who'll do anything to win her affection."

JSA #39 will be 32 pages and will cost $2.50.

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FIRST LOOK: THUNDERCATS #1

Thundercats #1 will arrive in stores on Wednesday from WildStorm Productions and DC Comics. The issue is written by Ford Lytle Gilmore, with art and cover by Ed McGuinness and Jason Martin and a variant cover by Arthur Adams.

Here's how DC describes the issue:

"Ed McGuinness pencils the Thundercats in an all-new miniseries, beginning immediately where the cartoon left off - with New Thundera restored, and Thundercats King Lion-O gathering his old friends. But there are dark tidings brewing at Mumm-Ra's Pyramid, where the Ancient Spirits of Evil have concocted a nefarious plan to free the Shadowmaster from the Shadow Realm. It's up to Lion-O, Tygra, Panthro, Cheetera and the Thunderkittens to save the day."

Thundercats #1 will be 32 pages and will cost $2.95.

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FIRST LOOK: BATMAN: GOTHAM KNIGHTS #32

Batman: Gotham Knights #32 will arrive in stores on Wednesday from DC Comics. The issue is written by Devin Grayson and Mark Askwith, with art by Roger Robinson, Michael Wm. Kaluta and John Floyd and a cover by Brian Bolland.

Here's how DC describes the issue:

"Join writer Devin Grayson for her final issue as we follow Bruce Wayne through a typical day to see how many lives Batman (and Bruce) have an impact upon. Plus, a Batman Black & White backup, 'Joyride,' written by Mark Askwith and illustrated by Michael Wm. Kaluta."

Batman: Gotham Knights #32 will be 40 pages and will cost $2.75.

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FIRST LOOK: AUTOMATIC KAFKA #2

Automatic Kafka #2 will arrive in stores on Wednesday from WildStorm Productions and DC Comics. The issue is written by Joe Casey, with painted art and cover by Ashley Wood.

Here's how DC describes the issue:

"The surrealistic adventure continues. Agents from the NPS make Automatic Kafka an offer he can't refuse. There are plenty of fun and games with The Warning, and Spastic Ben achieves his ultimate destiny. But is it too little too late?"

Automatic Kafka will be 32 pages and will cost $2.95.

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FIRST LOOK: HAVEN: THE BROKEN CITY #9

Haven: The Broken City #9 will arrive in stores on Wednesday from DC Comics. The issue is written by Ashley-Jayne Nicolaus and Matthew P. Schuster, with art and painted cover by Ariel Olivetti.

Here's how DC describes the issue:

The maxi-series reaches its shocking conclusion, setting the stage for the JLA/Haven: Anathema one-shot. All the pieces begin to fall into place as the Alliance's seemingly heroic Valadin reveals his surprising story. What role did he have in Haven's journey to Earth? Also, learn who among the Havenites has been paving the way for the evil Anathema's arrival."

Haven: The Broken City #9 will be 32 pages and will cost $2.50.

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FIRST LOOK: SUPERMAN: THE MAN OF STEEL #129

Superman: The Man of Steel #129 will arrive in stores on Wednesday from DC Comics. The issue is written by Chuck Austen, with art by Pascal Alixe and a cover by Dave Johnson.

Here's how DC describes the issue:

"A touching story from guest-writer Chuck Austen. During an encounter with Bloodsport, Superman runs into an officer on the Metropolis police force and learns what really makes a man one of the World's Finest."

Superman: The Man of Steel #129 will be 32 pages and will cost $2.25.

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FIRST LOOK: LUCIFER #29

Lucifer #29 will arrive in stores on Wednesday from DC Comics. The issue is written by Mike Carey, with art by Peter Gross and Ryan Kelly and a painted cover by Christopher Moeller.

Here's how DC describes the issue, which is part one of the four-part "Inferno" story arc:

"Lucifer is back in Hell preparing to duel his most uncompromising foe, Amenadiel of the Thrones. And with Lucifer's power still locked inside Izanami's tainted feathers, there's no chance that he can win. But when Mazikeen sets out into the realms of pain to locate the feathers, she meets a very near and very dear enemy of her own."

Lucifer #29 will be 32 pages and will cost $2.50.

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