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Wednesday, February 18, 2004


Following are Devil's Due Publishing solicitations for May, with information coming from the company:


Written by Dan Jolley with Marie Croall, art and cover by EJ Su.

The Earth-shattering, mind-blowing, bone-crunching final issue of the first story arc concludes with an all-out brawl. Can the Voltron Force recoup their losses in time to defend themselves from their biggest threat yet? Plus, back on Arus, a hidden danger is finally revealed -- with long-reaching consequences for Voltron! All this and more in an issue entitled "Frenzy."

32 pages, $2.95.


Written by John Ney Rieber, art by Javier Saltares, cover by Adi Granov.

"Holding Action." The Joes weather the assault of the deadly Urban Vipers, thwarting Cobra Commander's plan to steal the Constitution--only to be betrayed and branded traitors by a turncoat General. And the heart of the nation is in Cobra's hands... Until the Joe's heavy-caliber munitions master, Roadblock, lays his life on the line to recover the priceless document and defend it...against Cobra's own master of destruction, Destro. When the thunder of their battle dies among the shadows of the Lincoln Memorial, will the Joes find victory...or the bloody aftermath of a lone soldier's heroic sacrifice?

32 pages, $2.95.


Written by Dan Jolley, art by Pat Broderick, cover by Grafiksismik.

Following the lead given them by a savage insectile race, the Micronauts track down a mysterious contact who could lead them to the hiding place of exiled tyrant Baron Karza. But the contact is someone they never would have expected...and to get there, they have to infiltrate the monstrously warlike planet Boraya -- homeworld of the enigmatic warrior monk called Acroyear. It's intense combat, dark surprises, and the revelation of Acroyear's deepest secret, in "Warrior Soul."

32 pages, $2.95.

G.I. JOE #30

Written by Brandon Jerwa, art and cover by Tim Seeley.

Sierra Gordo might just have to change its name to Showdown City after this issue is over. The Joes are trapped between a team of high-tech invaders and the local military, while shady deals are being made in the office of Sierra Gordo's President Delacruz. With all the pawns in place, a major player steps forward...and that's when the whole game comes toppling down! All this and Barrel Roll's daring escape from Cobra Island in Chapter 3 of "Players And Pawns."

32 pages, $2.95.


Written by Paul Jenkins, Gary Phillips and various, art by various, cover by Stefano Casselli.

Collecting seven one-shots and short stories from Devil's Due's G.I. Joe: Frontline comic book series. Featuring Zanya, Stalker, Roadblock, Destro, and Beachhead in their own personal stories. Contains work by writer Paul Jenkins and crime novelist Gary Phillips.

160 pages, $15.95.


Written by Brandon Jerwa and Josh Blaylock, art and cover by Stefano Casselli.

Even a simple man is free to choose his own path, but a wise man knows that some paths are built with stones of fate and destiny. Snake-Eyes is the Silent Master of the Arashikage Ninja Clan, but his chosen path leads to a quiet life with the woman he loves, and an end to the pain and death that has permeated his life. Little does he know that fate is paving a road for a young man, one that leads him directly to Snake-Eyes. This mini-series event tells the secret tale of Snake-Eyes and Kamakura, the compelling Ninja duo from G.I. Joe. The answers begin here.

32 pages, $2.95.


Written by Ken Siu-Chong, art by UDON, covers by Mark Brooks, Ale Garza and Jo Chen.

Chun-Li, investigates the underworld ties that have plagued a number of high-profile Hong Kong film studios. Meanwhile, Cammy uncovers the first clues of her past when Delta Red captures one of Shadaloo's Doll Agents. And what does fate have in store for RYU in Thailand--the first destination on his global journey and the home of Sagat himself? Plus: A backup story starring everyone's favorite Japanese fighting schoolgirls, Sakura and Karin.

32 pages, $2.95.


Written by Raymond E. Feist and Sean J. Jordan, art and cover by Rob Stotz.

Dirk is a young teenager who wants nothing more than to learn a trade and settle down with a wife as he works on Lord Paul's estates. But once the invading Tsurani arrive and seize the estate and its servants, Dirk becomes little more than a slave, hauling wood for his alien captors and watching as those who try to stand up to the invaders are beaten and executed for their insolence. And yet, as Dirk becomes accustomed to his new life, he finds himself awake in a terrifying nightmare that will once again alter his future... and test the strength of his being.

32 pages, $2.95.


Written by Robert Silverberg and Sean J. Jordan, art and cover by Anders Finer.

The world of Majipoor is home to many different alien races, but it is also the home of the Metamorphs, an enigmatic, ancient people that has lived in near exile for thousands of years under the human government. The Pontifex Valentine has recently begun work to help the shapeshifters reclaim their ancient heritage with an excavation of the city of Velalisier, but things go awry when one of the chief archaeologists is murdered -- an almost unthinkable crime on this peaceful world. Valentine and his closest friends and advisors travel to Velalisier to investigate, but the question of who committed this murder only leads to deeper mysteries... and to the legend of the "defilement" that the Metamorphs believe cursed Velalisier long before humans first set foot on the world.

32 pages, $2.95.


Written bySean Jordan and Carmen Treffiletti, art by Edu Francisco, cover by Randy Green.

Lucian is a young boy with a haunting past - stripped from his noble father Cronus at a young age, he was instead raised by the insidious Lord Eridan, a brutal warlord who trained the boy to become a vicious murderer. Now, Lucian has escaped his adoptive father and seeks to reconcile his past, wandering around the fantastic world of Zelandria and destroying the agents of Eridan. As he travels, he discovers that the warlord has begun collecting shards of a powerful scepter that will unleash a mindless race of creatures call the Shriekers onto the world, destroying anything and everything in his path to total conquest. Can Lucian (and the friends he makes along the way) prevent Lord Eridan from achieving his goal of worldwide domination? This edition of Legacy collects issues #1-4.

112 pages, $9.99.


Written by Trampas Whiteman and Sean J. Jordan, art by Mike S. Miller and Rael Lyra, cover by Joe Prado.

Is a childhood friend a lifelong friend? Huma, the legendary Knight of Solamnia, is forced to wonder at the intentions of his once-best-friend Magius as he enters the magician's mysterious home, the Citadel. As Magius seemingly imprisons Huma and the minotaur Kaz, the knight is forced to choose between trusting his old friend or standing against the power of a renegade mage.

32 pages, $2.95.


Written by Sean J. Jordan, art by Vitor Ishimura and Flavio Hoffe, cover by Hoffe.

Introducing a new mystical, martial arts epic. Three empires are locked in a struggle for world domination, and only the Imperial Dragons, an army of Samurai from each nation, keeps them from igniting a world war. In this issue "The Eternal," an agent of the Northern Empire, has stolen the sacred sword of the Empire to the South. Now, trapped in the border town of Qi Akuto, his contact dead from an unknown assailant and his escape blocked by Imperial Dragons sent to recover the sword, he must discover which Imperial Dragons have sworn allegiance to the Northern Emperor and who can be trusted before its too late.

32 pages, $2.95.

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