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Saturday, April 17, 2004


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


Written by Dan Jolley with Marie Croall, art by EJ Su and Clint Hilinski, cover by Don Figaroa.

After the bizarre, shocking incident in the Control Room of the Castle of Lions, the Lion Voltron Force seeks help from Commander Hawkins and the Vehicle Team before launching into space. Their mission: track down the telepathic Drule monarch called Queen Merla...and either force her to return what she's taken -- or make a choice that may tear the team apart. And what role does Lotor play in the rapidly unfolding intergalactic havoc? Find out in Chapter Two of "Warpath."

32 pages, $2.95.


Written by John Ney Rieber, art and cover by Javier Saltares.

"Sugar Cookie Acid Test." Hawk continues to fight against charges of treason, and an apparent lull in COBRA's shadow war against the USA allows the Joes to begin to train together as a team...in the lush Hawaiian Islands. The training exercises that Beach Head has cooked up for the Joes promise to make their days and nights anything but heavenly. But Scarlett finds a shocking touch of paradise in the hellish grind -- in the arms of another Joe! And when the Joes have trained and strained to the limits of their endurance.

32 pages, $2.95.


Written by John Ney Rieber and Paul Jenkins, art by Javier Saltares, Eddy Barrows and Joe Bennett, cover by Saltares.

Collecting the two books that launched the new series, G.I. Joe: Reloaded. Learn the origins of both G.I. JOE and COBRA for this all new continuity.

96 pages, $9.95.

G.I. JOE #32

Written by Brandon Jerwa, art by Tim Seeley, covers by Seeley and Talent Caldwell.

"Players and Pawns," part 5. Not a hoax! Not an imaginary tale! As 2004's first full-length story arc races to its conclusion, we find the Joes under siege and a revelation around every corner! In the final moves of a massive game, the major players make their bids to gain the advantage. When the dust settles, everything has changed...and you'd better believe there¹s a shocking surprise ending! Be there as the unthinkable happens in "Players and Pawns" Part 5 from Brandon Jerwa and Tim Seeley. Also in this issue: part two of 'Fantome' by Brandon Jerwa and Talent Caldwell. Just who is Wraith, and what does he have to do with Destro's forces?

32 pages, $2.95.


Written by Brandon Jerwa and Josh Blaylok, art and cover by Stefan Casselli.

The path has been chosen, and the battle lines drawn. The hammer meets the anvil and a blade is forged. Will this test of mettle prove too much for the ApprenticeŠor his Master? As the final conflict burns on the horizon, Snake-Eyes and Kamakura take on Firefly and an unexpected enemy, with Storm Shadow caught in the middle. "Fire" concludes the tale of Snake-Eyes and Kamakura, the Ninja duo from the monthly G.I. Joe title.

32 pages, $2.95.



Art by Joan Chen.

Second in a series of Street Fighter Lithographs, this one features Ken doing his Shoryuken power move.

18 inches by 24 inches, $22.99.



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

The adaptation of best selling author Richard A. Knaak's Dragonlance: The Legend of Huma continues! Huma and Kaz have managed to escape the Citadel of Magius, however they may wish they hadn't. Pursued by vile dreadwolves and the Black Guard set on their path by the evil Galan Dracos and the Warlord Crynus, our heroes soon become separated. Lord Guy of Avondale enters the picture and a ghost town offers a deadly secret.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

An epic tale of martial arts, intrigue, romance and betrayal, Imperial Dragons #1 set the stage for a world where everyone has secrets and no one can be trusted. The all out martial arts action and intrigue continues this month! The deception intensifies and the action explodes in the second issue of Imperial Dragons. The Eternal has found himself in a maze of deception and must trust Qori to help him find his way out, but the only thing he knows for sure is that Qori cannot be trusted. While The Eternal ponders this current conundrum, he and Qori must escape the unwanted attention of several Imperial Dragons sent to stop his plan.

32 pages, $2.99.



Written by Andy Hartnell, art by Nick Bradshaw, finishes and colors by Etienne St-Laurent, covers by J. Scott Campbell, Marc Silvestri and Ben Templesmith.

Featuring characters from the Sam Raimi film, Army of Darkness, the first issue of this new ongoing series features Ash having to leave behind the comfort, safety, and convenience of the S-Mart when a face from the past recruits him for another go-round with the Necronomicon and its minions. Ash gets a "do-over" to set right a new problem caused by his misspeaking those notorious magic words and is charged with the unusual task of returning to a certain cabin in the woods on the fateful night he first learned of the existence of The Necronomicon.

32 pages, $2.99.

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