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Saturday, September 18, 2004


Following are Top Cow Productions' solicitations for December, with information coming from the publisher.


Written by Mark Waid, art and cover by Marc Silvestri.

Top Cow's next ongoing series starts here. When the government goes too far, the highest authority steps in. Wolf and Ellis are the superpowered hunter-killers in the secret Failsafe branch of the government. Their mission: Watch the Watchmen, police the police, and fulfill the missions that are blacker than Black Ops, Fast-paced superhero action against a backdrop of lies and deception take center stage in this introductory-priced issue.

24 pages, 25 cents.


Written by Ron Marz, art by Tyler Kirkman and Matt Banning, colored by John Starr, cover by Marc Silvestri and Kirkham.

Darkness falls over Metropolis. When Darkness-bearer Jackie Estacado looks to expand his family's crime operations into Metropolis, he runs into resistance from the local mob. Superman? He's not a problem. In fact, Jackie's counting on Superman's help in knocking off the existing goombas.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Ron Marz, art by Michael Choi, colored by Brian Buccellato, cover by Greg Land.

"Witch Hunt," part 3 of 6. Witchblade-wielder and NYPD detective Sara Pezzini gets closer to solving the mystery that very nearly took her lifeča mystery reaching all the way to the hierarchy of the Catholic Church. When the Church's chosen warrior, the Magdalena, arrives at Sara's apartment, is she there to help? Or stop Sara's search for the truth permanently?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by David Lapham, art by Brian Denham, colored by Matt Milla, cover by Dale Keown.

"Hell House," Part 2 of 4. When a woman turns up dead in Jackie Estacado's Atlantic City hotel room, a total mob war breaks out! But the players involved are much more than they appear to be...and they just might be too much for Jackie to handle.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written, penciled and cover by Tony Daniel, inked by Kevin Conrad, colored by Richard and Tanya Horie.

"All Roads Lead to (New) Rome," part 4 of 5. In just 12 hours, Bruno will become a deadly walking plague that will wipe out the entire human population on Planet Thera. Alia Sparrow, head of Thera's Human Crimes Bureau, has a horrible decision to make: Should she destroy him and save all of humankind? Or invade the inner core of the evil geneticist Crucifer's laboratory to find the vaccine that can save him? The answer won't be an easy one, and will push Sparrow and her partner Greta to the brink of their friendship.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by James Bonny, penciled by Tyler Kirkham, inked by Sal Regla, colored by Tyson Wengler, cover by Adam Hughes.

"Vendetta." Darkness/Superman artist Tyler Kirkham pulls double duty this month as Lara Croft faces a showdown with two powerful adversaries from her past: the exotic Lady Jasmine, and evil industrialist, J. Bradley Aulgood, The pair form a lethal alliance bent on vengeance on the Tomb Raider.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by David Wohl, art and cover by Wilson Tortosa.

Frustrated with her boss, frustrated with her teammates, frustrated with her life, Princess does what any red-blooded teenager would do--she quits G-Force! But what will the team do without her? And what will she do without them? Either way, the world has just become a much more dangerous place--and the forces of SPECTRA are ready to take advantage.

24 pages, black and white, $2.99.


Written by J. Michael Straczynski, penciled by Gary Frank, inked by Sibal/Gorder, colored by Matt Milla.

Writer J. Michael Straczynski's classic tale of loss and redemption is collected in its entirety with all 12 issues, Midnight Nation #1/2, and a cover gallery. Also includes a touching and insightful afterword from Straczynski.

304 pages, $29.99.

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