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Friday, October 31, 2003


Following are Dreamwave Productions' solicitations for January, with information coming from the company.


Written by Brian Augustyn, art by Jeremy Tiongson.

Shobu begins to understand what it means to truly be a Duel Master as the significance of his special abilities become more evident. But with his gifts and mastery of the game, he still has no idea what ever became of his father. Nor does he grasp what his visions of a terrifying other realm of fire and fear really mean. Somewhere in all of the scary possibilities lie the answers he seeks, if Shobu is brave enough to face them.

32 pages, $2.95.


Written by Beau Smith, art by Alan Wang.

Maximo...the two-fisted, sword slashing warrior from the wildly successful Capcom video game comes to life in the printed pages of comics. Written by Beau Smith, who also wrote the upcoming Capcom Video game Maximo II, Maximo finds himself once again called on to save a kingdom from the clutches of evil. This time evil comes in the form of Skabb and his legion of decaying demons of death known as The Rot. This comic brings all the action of the video game and gives the readers an extra layer to the story of Maximo.

40 pages, $3.95.


Written by Peter David, art by LeSean.

Due to a one in a million freak accident, Baxter Stockman's computer becomes sentient...and seeks revenge for the Turtles having destroyed so many of it's "children" (i.e., Mousers). So it creates the perfect killing machine to track down and eliminate the Turtles once and for all: T4, the Turtlenator.

32 pages, $2.95.


Written by Simon Furman, art by Guido Guidi, covers by Guidi and Pat Lee.

That's right... Energon! Ten years on, Unicron is back and hungry... for Energon. Earth's right back in the firing line as the great devourer strikes a deal with current Decepticon commander, Skorponok. What about Megatron? Well, trapped within Unicron as a disembodied Spark, his only hope is his former adversary...Optimus Prime.

32 pages, $2.95.


Written by Brad Mick, art by Don Figueroa.

Dreamwave kicks "Transformers month" into high gear with the all-new ongoing series based on the timeless Generation One franchise. While Starscream and his band of rogue Decepticons make their way towards Earth, Prowl struggles to hold things together as Cybertron teeters on the brink of destruction. All that and the debut of a brand-new Generation One character.

32 pages, $2.95.


Written by John Ney Rieber, art by Jae Lee.

Cobra Commander will die before he surrenders his empire, and the Joes and the Autobots will die with him--unless Snake-Eyes can survive the lethal Deathground, and defeat the faceless monster who waits within--Destro. And outside, the battle between the greatest heroes and villains of two planets escalates to apocalyptic fury when Megatron seizes the Matrix. Nothing can match his power, then--Nothing but the courage of Optimus Prime.

32 pages, $2.95.


Written by Simon Furman, art by Andrew Wildman, cover by Dan Figueroa.

Grimlock -- judge, juryŠ and executioner! Convinced of Jetfire's treachery, Grimlock heads for the neutral territories, intent on terminating his covert meeting with Decepticon commander Shockwave. The Fallen wants both Jetfire and Grimlock ... alive, and unless he intervenes, his entire apocalyptic strategy may collapse.

32 pages, $2.95.

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