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Wednesday, June 15, 2005



Written by Justin Gray, art by Zeu, cover by Kalman Andrasofszky.

Jenna, alive now only through the power of the bandages that she is wrapped in, begins her assault on the men who murdered her fiance. Unfortunately, that is exactly what these men expected her to do. They have laid a trap that may destroy what little humanity in her she still grasps to. Will her new power and desire to destroy those who made her a monster be enough?

32 pages, black and white, $2.95.


Written by Stefan Petrucha, art by Kirk Van Wormer and Chris Burnham, cover by Dave Dorman.

Suave safe-cracker/ ex-con, Boston Blackie is misunderstoodŠa lot. This New TPB contains two full-length rock Œem, sock 'em features: First a jewel heist goes horribly wrong. A five-year-old boy disappears, is presumed dead, and all fingers point to Boston Blackie. The body is never found, and seven years later BB is still haunted by what happened that night.

And an all-new 48-page Noir thriller: A woman from Blackiešs past comes to him for help . Her son is sitting on death row for a murder she knows he did not commit. Quickly getting himself some short time, Blackie finds that the rotten warden may have a hand in the man's execution.

96 pages, $9.89.


Written by Dave Ulanski, art by Kirk Jarvinen and Keith Williams, cover by Dave Dorman.

The Man-Eating Shadow has returned to the streets of New Orleans (from issue #1), and Carl Kolchak was happy to get out of Louisiana with the meat still on his bones after his last visit! But when the Skeleton Murders begin again, and there is an apparent connection between them, the shadow, and the growing number of plant-monsters turning up... Kolchak is willing to put his job on the line to learn what it is. But a terrible fate awaits our under-appreciated reporter, and you will not believe the shocking conclusion!

32 pages, $3.50.

Team Caliber Mark Martin '05 Batman Begins #6 Taurus, 1:24 PitStop

Team Caliber Mark Martin '05 Batman Begins #6 Taurus, 1:24 PitStop

Everyone will know that you are a die-hard fan when they see this Batman Begins 2005 Batman Begins #6 PitStop Series Ford Taurus from Team Caliber(r) displayed in your home or office. This 1:24 scale die-cast car is produced in limited quantities and features an opening hood, clear windows, a detailed interior, and soft rubber tires. The officially licensed die-cast car is designed with highly detailed tampo-printed graphics.

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