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Monday, February 16, 2004



Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang #2 will arrive in stores on Wednesday from CrossGen Entertainment. The issue is written by Tony Bedard, penciled by Mike Perkins, inker=d by Andrew Hennessy and colored by Laura Villari.

Here's how CrossGen describes the issue:

"The sexy ¹60s spy series continues! Who is Lazarus Bale, and what is his connection to the international crime cartel known only as AXIS? Those are the questions that Stephanie Shelley, the U.K.¹s brightest new secret agent, must answer. Unfortunately, she also has to keep super spy Charles Basildon from getting her killedŠor getting her into bed!"

Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang #2 will be 32 pages and will cost $2.95.



Goon #5 will arrive in stores on Wednesday from Dark Horse Comics. The issue is written by EMasamune Shirow, Mohiro Kitoh, Makoto Kobayashi, Yuzo Takada, Hiroyuki Utatane and Yo Morimoto.

Here's how Dark Horse describes the issue:

"This issue's 'Hypernotes' section continues Masamune Shirow's discussion of the weaponry used in his work, featuring detailed notes. In What's Michael?, Michael, frustrates a photographer and exposes the dangers of cat-snuggling. Kobayashi also illustrates the charming life of the cute-yet-clumsy Harou 'Hello' Hattori, as a new, determined suitor sets his eyes on her in Club 9. In Seraphic Feather, while Kei's father plays a deadly chess match with the Dykstra Corporation, Sunao and M-Zak continue to use their mysterious abilities to protect Kei. In Shadow Star, Shiina and Akira are coping with the changes brought upon by their shadow dragon. 3x3 Eyes continues its demonic thrill-ride with Pai and Yakumo facing a flesh-eating locust infestation and a deadly new enemy!"

Super Manga Blast! #39 will be 128 black-and-white pages and will cost $5.99.


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The Authority #10 will arrive in stores on March 3 from DC Comics. The issue is written by Robbie Morrison, with art and cover by Dwayne Turner and Sal Regla.

Here's how DC describes the issue:

"In the wake of Coup D'Etat, The Authority takes over as a new story arc begins -- and it's a great jumping-on point for new readers. The American military stands defeated. The American government is in shambles. The Authority is finally applying their notions of a 'finer world' on United States soil. So what do they do now? The hardest lessons of their short careers are on the horizon, as the Authority learn that caring for 250 million people is a little more difficult than they could have imagined. What do they do when there's no one left to punch?"

The Authority #10 will be 32 pages and will cost $2.95.

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