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Thursday, October 27, 2004


Following are Dreamwave Productions' solicitations for January, with information coming from the company.


Story by James McDonough and Adam Patyk, art by Don Figueroa.

Unleash the beasts! Start the 10th anniversary celebration for Beast Wars early by sinking your teeth into this new mini-series from the creators behind the monthly adventures of Transformers Generation One! Picking up right where the hit TV series left off, this Transformers tale goes beyond the show to reveal what really happened to the Maximals and Predacons after the Beast WarsŠand how that war is far from over. Celebrating the classic, mega-popular toy line and computer-animated cartoon which helped catapult the Transformers franchise back into the spotlight, this super-charged series reveals the destiny of all your favorites: Optimus Primal, Megatron, Rhinox and more.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Chris Sarracini, art by Jo Chen and Christina Chen.

Here's your chance to catch the series critics and fans throughout the industry are talking about...Darkminds: Macropolis! A sadistic serial killer is on the loose and it's up to Agents Nagawa and Nakiko to find him before he kills again. But this killer is as twisted as they come. Before every murder he announces exactly where and when the murder will take place. But even with this information, can the agents still get there in time? The result is a series of cat and mouse chases unlike anything you've ever seen.

112 pages, black and white, $7.95.


Written by James McDonough and Adam Patyk, art by Pat Lee.

Here's a second chance to catch the excitement that everyone is talking about. After the sellout of the entire run of Devil May Cry Issue #1, Dreamwave has gone back to press to offer a limited run of the comic starring the half-human, half-demon Dante -- complete with a new Pat Lee director's cut Sketch Cover. Same goes for Issue #2: It sold out just as fast as the first issue so it gets a special reprint with an all-new cover. Follow Dante as he leaps from the video game screen to the comic page in Dreamwave's take on this one of a kind gun-for-hire.

32 pages, $3.95 each.


Written by Simon Furman, art by Alex Milne.

Revelations! Just who is (or rather, was) Alpha Quintesson, and what are his true plans for Cybertron, Earth... and Unicron? While seeming to serve the chaos-bringer, the multi-faceted alien has been developing a world-shattering agenda of his own, one that bridges worlds and dimensions. Now, at last, Alpha Quintesson begins his "endgame," and first in his sights is the Mini-Con Over-Run.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by John Ney Rieber, art by Anderson Garcia.

Can anyone survive the Killzone? With the Helghast onslaught ripping through his friends, Rico is forced to make a weighty decision: retreat with the few men left alive or make a last stand against the unstoppable Helghast Elite! One thing is certain... after seeing the ground drenched red from the blood of his fallen comrades, the Helghast must pay dearly for every inch of ground they take.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by James McDonough and Adam Patyk, art by Pat Lee.

Autobot vs. Autobot! It's a robot riot as the new Cold War over the Transformers really starts to heat up! The G.I. Joes and their Autobot allies try to reconcile their opposing views and unite against Cobra -- but can they? They're not the only ones whose tempers are flaring, as members of COBRA prepare to foil their increasingly deranged leader¹s top-secret project...if the mutineers can make it past Firefly and the elite Crimson Guard, that is!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by James McDonough and Adam Patyk, art by Don Figueroa.

2005 is here‹and the battle for the universe begins. Created by the sinister Unicron, the lone Cyclonus has been dispatched to search the galaxy for the missing Alpha herald, Scoruge. But when his mission leads him to a top-secret storage facility on Earth, will Cyclonus find the end of his quest or the business end of several high-caliber EDC-issued blasters? This initial arc--"Detection"--kicks off the biggest, baddest Generation One storyline ever! Get in on the ground floor for a front-row seat to the beginning...of the apocalypse!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Simon Furman, art by Joe Ng.

He¹s back! Optimus Prime, right? Well... maybe. But then again... maybe not! Blaster's desperate bid to free the enslaved Autobots lies in ruins, his and his entire team's lives Megatron's to take at will. But in their darkest hour, a hero returns to the fray, a force too powerful to be contained even by death¹s dark dominion. Prepare to be shocked senseless all over again!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Adrian Tsang, art by Pat Lee.

A fantasy world of myth and magic set against the backdrop of a society caught in the grip of a global-scale war against the Vampire Hordes of Datara. Obsessed with the conquest of the entire realm, Malagen the Black Kahn of Datara, embarks on an unholy quest to obtain the legendary Darklyte armor, an artifact fabled to be the nexus of all manner of magical energy. Join our heroes in the ashes of their ruined homeland as they struggle against the dark to save their world from total annihilation.

112 pages, $9.95.


Written by Ernst Dabel, art by Edu Francisco, story consultant Ron Marz.

Warlands makes its much-anticipated return, as Dreamwave and Dabel Brothers Productions team up to lead us deep into Warlands¹ pastŠback to The First War of the Races! The cunning Malagen has already brought The West to its knees, and now looks to bring a brutal war to the Eastern Realms of Warlands. Will Malagen become the Khan of the Dataran Nation, or will greed and mistrust destroy the Vampire Council from within? Fan-favorite characters Aalok, Shrogran, Vardemis and more are joined by courageous new heroes and dastardly new villains. This January, go back to the beginning with Warlands: Malagen's Campaign.

32 pages, $2.99.

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