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Wednesday, August 24, 2005



By Brian Wood and Ryan Kelly.

A brand new 12-issue series from the co-creator of the critically acclaimed Demo! We all come from somewhere, and whether itıs the big city or a small town, itıs part of what makes us who we are. Some people spend their whole life trying to escape, others never want to leave. Each self-contained single issue of Local sees everyday people faced with life-changing choices that will affect not only themselves, but their friends, family, and the community they live in as well. Issue #1 introduces us to Portland, Oregon resident Megan McKeenan as she finds herself in sticky situation she needs to get out of, fast. In that crucial split-second, Megan lives out the possible repercussions of her choice.

32 pages, black and white, $2.99.


By Sean Murphy.

When three misfit friends from high school reunite after a string of bad luck in their personal lives, what is the first thing they do? Go off-roading, of course! Each one thinks that challenging Mother Nature is somehow going to fix whatever issues they're dealing with. That is if they ever get their Jeep out of the increasingly bizarre swamp that they are trapped in.

136 pages, black and white, $11.95.


By Scott Chantler.

After Fort Newcastle is captured by Montglave and his mercenaries, Charles Lord and his rag-tag band of survivors must flee into the wilderness. Challenged by the hostility of the rugged north and by their pursuing enemy, their only hope is to unite the frontiersman against the French in this pulse-pounding adventure.

88 pages, black and white, $8.95.


By Chynna Clugston and Ian Shaughnessy.

A new irregular series from the creator of Blue Monday! Ten-year-old Vanora Finnar washed onto the Oregon shore in 1973. Nobody in the coastal town of Grangeton knows where she came from, nor does anyone bother to ask. In "Strangetown," as the locals call it, odd is the norm and anything ordinary might as well be extraordinary by its rarity. Now in her 20s, Vanora must figure out what you do if youıre too strange for Strangetown.

32 pages, black and white, $2.99.

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