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Saturday, October 16, 2004

DARK HORSE FIRST LOOKS

FIRST LOOK: CONAN #9

Conan #9 will arrive in stores on Wednesday from Dark Horse Comics. The issue is written by Kurt Busiek, with art by Cary Nord and Thomas Yeates and a cover by Leinil Francis Yu.

Here's how Dark Horse describes the book:

"The second story arc in the monthly Conan begins here. In the first arc, Conan discovered the horrible secrets of Hyperborea, a land he imagined to be wondrous and beautiful. Now he ventures into an even more treacherous setting-civilization. The world of bar fights and women opens up to the barbarian, and he realizes that it's possible to thrive even in a world that disgusts you. However, powerful forces take note of Conan, and one of the greatest evils in the ancient world is about to enter his life."

Conan #9 will be 32 pages and will cost $2.99.

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FIRST LOOK: THE GOON #9

The Goon #9 will arrive in stores on Wednesday from Dark Horse Comics. The issue is by Eric Powell.

Here's how Dark Horse describes the book:

"The Goon's town is set in no time and has no name ... but did you know it had a football team? Hearken back to the days of leather-helmet, iron-man football, as four-time Eisner nominee Eric Powell shows how a young up-and-coming leg breaker for the Labrazio family (the Goon, ya simpleton) had a hand in forming the team that gave hope to the downtrodden populace living with poverty, constant gang war, and an insurgence of flesh-eating zombies."

The Goon #9 will be 32 pages and will cost $2.99.

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FIRST LOOK: MICHAEL CHABON PRESENTS: THE AMAZING ADVENTURES OF THE ESCAPIST #4

Michael Chabon Presents: The Amazing Adventures of the Escapist #4 will arrive in stores on Wednesday from Dark Horse Comics. The issue is by Stuart Moore, Kevin McCarthy, Matt Kindt, Scott Morse, Steve Conley and Paul Hornschemeier, with a cover by John Cassady. .

Here's how Dark Horse describes the book:

"Writer Stuart Moore teams up with Steve Conley to present a glimpse of the future in "Escapist 3966"! Indie favorite Scott Morse illustrates Kevin McCarthy's story, "The Boy Who Would Be the Escapist," and Matt Kindt shares the find of the decade with faithful fans: "Chain Reaction," a long-lost Escapist story that should never have existed. Also included for lifelong enthusiasts and comics history buffs are the reflections of Roy Thomas, veteran comics scribe, on the Silver Age glory days of the Escapist."

Michael Chabon Presents: The Amazing Adventures of the Escapist #4 will be 80 pages and will cost $8.95.

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FIRST LOOK: SHI: JU-NEN #2

Shi: Ju-Nen #2 will arrive in stores on Wednesday from Dark Horse Comics. The issue is written by Billy Tucci and J.C. Vaughn, with art by Tucci and cover by Tucci and Mark Sparacio.

Here's how Dark Horse describes the book:

"The Kabuki stage is set for ambush as Ana comes face to face with the mysterious Lady Kaoyo. One of the original 'Nara Six' who hunted Shi in the acclaimed Way of the Warrior story-arc the beautiful Kaoyo readies her Nara warriors to annihilate the unsuspecting Imperial Kyoto Kabuki Theatre Troup. What follows is a showdown between the two, a duel of elegance, beauty, and the flash of the naginata as not only is Kaoyo far superior in skill, but desire for blood as well. For Kaoyo is also obsessed with the death of her brother, Nichi, and its catalyst, Ana Ishikawa ... Shi."

Shi: Ju-Nen #2 will be 32 pages and will cost $2.99.

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FIRST LOOK: STAR WARS: EMPIRE #25

Star Wars: Empire #25 will arrive in stores on Wednesday from Dark Horse Comics. The issue is written by Ron Marz, with art by Joe Corroney and a cover by David Michael Beck.

Here's how Dark Horse describes the book:

"The Beast and the Beauty join forces when Chewbacca teams up with smuggler Sheel Odala to free Han Solo from the clutches of a crime lord in the employ of the Empire. Odala is handy with a blaster, and an old friend. But there are some trust issues. See, she's the one who betrayed Han to the Empire in the first place... Oh, and did we mention that Vader was on his way?"

Star Wars: Empire #25 will be 32 pages and will cost $2.99.

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FIRST LOOK: STAR WARS TALES #21

Star Wars Tales #21 will arrive in stores on Wednesday from Dark Horse Comics. The issue is written by Rob Williams, Shane McCarthy, Thomas Andrews and Nathan P. Butler, with art by Brandon Badeaux, James Raiz and Michel Lacombe and a cover by Lee Bermejo.

Here's how Dark Horse describes the book:

"This is it-the beginning of a new direction for Star Wars Tales/ Stepping away from the shorter, sillier Star Wars stories, with this issue Tales goes full-tilt toward a more exciting and sophisticated storytelling style. Cla$$war writer Rob Williams and Man of Steel artist Brandon Badeaux team up to bring you the story of Darca Nyl-a Jedi wandering the galaxy's Outer Rim hunting for revenge and hiding a deadly secret. Writer Shane McCarthy presents a rag-tag group of convicts and cutthroats flying for the Empire's glory in the feared TIE Fighter squadron called 'Black Eight.' And Kyle Katarn, star of the hit video game Jedi Outcast, goes toe-to-toe with the vile Yuuzhan Vong, in an action-packed tale by Nathan P. Butler and James Raiz."

Star Wars Tales #21 will be 64 pages and will cost $5.99.

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