spider man stickers

free shipping at fossil.com

Return to the Continuum home page

Clicking on images provides larger ones.
Spider-man theme boxers are available from WebUndies.com

Wednesday, April 7, 2004


Following are Moonstone Books' solicitations for August, with information coming from the company.


Written and art by Dan Dougherty.

Cyclone Bill and the Tall Tales is one rock band's adventure in a metafictional wonderland of mystery, bitter romance, and Faustian deceit. Documentary filmmaker Maggie Bloom is following the band during the recording of what will be their biggest album to date. When lead guitarist Bill is murdered onstage the other band members quickly withdraw from the limelights. At Graceland Maggie and her crew try to film some sort of a conclusion to the truncated project, when suddenly the surviving (and deeply paranoid) Tall Tales appear. What called them there? They say it was an invite from Elvis himself...

32 pages, black and white, $2.95.


Written by Dave Ulanski, pencils by Pat Olliffe, inks by Keith Williams, colors by Ken Wolak.

"It was a dark and stormy night..." Yeah, we've heard that cliche before. But it's a perfect setting for Tony Vincenzo to experience the strange world of Carl Kolchak a little bit better, as the two attempt to spend the night in a supposedly haunted house. But things go from creepy to deadly, when they become trapped inside, hunted by a killer in the mirror! The two may walk away with a much better understanding of each other... if they walk away from this one at all! Whatever you do, don't say her name three times... Two covers, ship in a 50/50 split, by Monte Moore and Dave Ulanski

32 pages, $3.50.


Written by Joe Gentile, David Rust and James Lowder, art by Eddy Newell, Ken Wheaton and Brett Barkley, cover by Ron Frenz and Pat Olliffe

Moonstone serves up a brand-new demonic trilogy. In "Nocturnal Slave," weary of the existance she leads, an otherworldly creature cries out for redemption. But is anyone listening? Then, a frustrated priest, tired of exorcising the same entity time and again, decides to turn the tables in "Humanic Possession." And finally, find "Lost Loves" in a time and place where the streets are alive with magic.

32 pages, black and white, $2.95.

get transformers @ tfaw.com

E-mail the Continuum at RobAlls@aol.com

Return to the Continuum home page

Copyright © 2004, The Comics Continuum