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Sunday, October 2, 2005



Written by Wilson Hill and Steve Perrin, art by J. Adam Walters and Terry Pallot, cover by Mark Sparacio.

Our glittering heroine's been waiting for this for a very long time. Now, at last, she has one good shot at getting her vengeance on her wicked aunt Helga. But in order to do it, she's going to have to go through the Amazon Liberation Front. Also in this issue, Sparkplug has a problem. Arcanna the WitchGirl has just given everyone's favorite newshound, Jimmy Dooley, custody of a magic belt that with one magic word can grant him his every desire. Now just what do you suppose a healthy, red-blooded American male like Jimmy is going to wish for?

32 pages, $3.25, in stores on Jan. 25.


Written by Roy Thomas, art by Daniel Acuna, cover by Jorge Santamaria Garcia.

Anthem is a darker saga of an alternate Earth--and of the super-heroes who were created to save it. In this world, Pearl Harbor wasn't just an attack by Japanese planes on a sleepy Hawaiian base--it was a full-blown assault on the US West Coast by Imperial Japanese forces spearheaded by a towering monster that could mop up the ocean with Godzilla--and on the East Coast by Nazi shock troops--and ray-firing flying saucers!

Driven back into the American interior, the desperate US survivors spawned Project Anthem--creating a handful of young super-heroes some of whose powers and names reflected the words of The Star-Spangled Banner: Dawns Earlylight, Amerindian super-archeress--Stars & Stripes, two twins with very special abilities--"Rockets" Redglare, a flaming human rocket--Bomb-Burst, a very explosive warrior--Liberty, a living incarnation of the proud Statue the enemy destroyed in New York Harbor--and Stonewall Jackson, a living being of rock from south of the Mason-Dixon line. Led by the mysterious Agent 76, they battle the forces that have conquered Europe and Asia and now mean to trample America as the last hold-out of freedom... and they've got the powers to do it!

Only thing is, the Axis forces have been developing super-beings of their own--and they have an ace up their sleeve that will give even Agent 76 and the young heroes of Anthem a run for their money.

32 pages, $3.25, in stores on Jan. 25.

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