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Tuesday, February 10, 2004


Following are Moonstone Books' soliciations for June, with information coming from the company.


Written by Rafael Nieves, art by Tim Hamilton.

Thrilling mind-twisting conclusion. A blackmailed Ken Takashi must infiltrate a Japanese spy ring in post WW2 Chicago. It's his hatred for Sato that propels him to go along with a corrupt G-Man's plan. This may be his only chance to get close to him and avenge his fathers death. But as the lies he has been told dissolves into a web of deceit, Moto appears. Moto, who by showing him a world of intrigue and shadows, forces him to see that the difference between pawn and player is slight enough to fool the most inscrutable of spies.

32 pages, black and white, $2.95.


Written by Jim Duffy, art by Jerry DeCaire, tones by Mike Kowalczyk.

The fiery conclusion of the very first Cisco Kid mini-series. Cisco and Pancho, two men driven to an uneasy alliance, give the slavers hell as their headquarters ignite. They must work quick to free Pancho's sister and retrieve Cisco's amulet, a bitter but consuming reminder of his past, and the events that set him on this road to damnation. But it is those kinder days that may meet him, and destroy his only chance of salvation.

32 pages, black and white, $2.95.


Written by Martin Powell, art by Seppo Makinen, cover by Tim Seelig.

Two tales of the great detective in one volume by the Eisner-nominated team behind "Scarlet by Gaslight." First, in "Return of the Devil": The many drug addicts of London have fallen victim to a poisonous supply of cocaine, trapping Sherlock Holmes himself within its deadly grip. The Great Detective is submerged into a world of nightmares where the evil Professor Moriarty still lives, and Holmes' dream of love with Irene Adler, "The Woman," seems to have become a reality. Holmes must do battle against his very soul, at last facing his most terrible enemy. Himself. Then, in "The Loch Ness Horror" (never before seen in its entirety), a sequel to Return of the Devil: Lured out of retirement, Holmes is called upon by the Vatican to investigate the bizarre murder of a priest. He swiftly deduces that this is no ordinary crime, and that an immensely powerful holy relic as been stolen from the secret vaults. Aleister Crowley, the self proclaimed "Most Wicked Man in the World," casts his evil designs against all humanity in a mad scheme to arouse Doomsday. All the while, Dr. Watson returns to Baskerville Hall, where something demonic is once again haunting the fog-shrouded moors.

142 pages, black and white, $14.95.


Written by Stefan Petrucha, art by Barry Crain, tones by Steve Buccellato, cover by Joel Naprstek.

Gasp as gumshoe Lance Barnes snips the wrong wire on an ICBM and ends the world! Screech as he guiltily wanders the post-nuke landscape with his one-legged secretary Peg! Thrill to the collected comic and a new text adventure! Includes the previoulsy published Epic 4-issue mini series, as well as a brand-new Lance illustrated short story by Lance creator Stefan Petrucha.

136 pages, black and white, $11.95.

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