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Tuesday, November 22, 2005

DEVIL'S DUE PUBLISHING FOR FEBRUARY

G.I. JOE: AMERICA'S ELITE #8

Written by Joe Casey, art and cover by Stefano Caselli.

In light of what's happened, a past member returns to pitch in during these dark days... but not in time to prevent an unthinkable theft. The hunt begins! Plus: Duke continues to get closer to what he's searching for... and he may end up paying with his life!

32 pages, $2.95.

G.I. JOE: AMERICA'S ELITE: AMERICA'S NEWEST WAR VOL. I TPB

Written by Joe Casey, art by Stefano Caselli and Nelson Blake II, cover by Caselli and Sunder Raj.

The beginning of a new era for America's finest, collected in one volume! The sky burns, cities fall, terror reignsŠ in the midst of this chaos, the best of the best in America's armed forces step forward to protect the innocent and destroy the ruthless! A bold new direction of action, drama and intrigue. Collects the hard to find or sold out issue #0, and #1-5 of the re-launch!

160 pages, $14.95.

G.I. JOE: SPECIAL MISSIONS: MANHATTAN

Written by B. Clay Moore, Mike O'Sullivan and Sam Wells, art by Jeremy Haun, Sean Dove and others, cover by Haun and Dave Bryant.

Even though they are the best of the best, even America's elite can't be all places at all times... so, what happens before they can get there? When a terrorist group invades a New York City skyscraper to get a virus that could kill millions, it's a race against time between former Cobra agent Neurotoxin and a team of G.I. Joe reserves!

48 pages, $4.95.

G.I. JOE: SIGMA 6 #3

Written by Andrew Dabb, art by Chris Lie, cover by Lie and Jeremy Roberts.

Tunnel Rat takes center stage! Everyone's favorite bug-eating, self-talking, tunnel-crawling nature lover comes up against the ultimate in evil technology: Overkill and his army of Battle Android Troopers! The worst part? Tunnel Rat is alone, and without his Sigma Suit in the middle of Siberia! How's he going get out of this one?

32 pages, $2.95.

DRAGONLANCE CHRONICLES #7

Written by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman, adapted by Andrew Dabb, art by Steve Kurth, covers by Kurth and Tyler Walpole.

The adaptation reaches a fever pitch! The quest carries the companions to the catacombs beneath Pax Tharkas -- can they convince the captives within the dread city to revolt against the evil of Verminaard? Can they even hope to survive the wrath of two dragons in service to Takhisis, the Queen of Darkness? And what of the traitor in their midst? Who is it?

32 pages, $2.95 (cardstock cover, $5.95).

PURGATORI #5

Written by Robert Rodi, art by Cliff Richards, cover by Alex Horley.

The 8-part origin of Purgatori continues. Even the gods take notice as the streets of Egypt run thick with blood from Purgatori's rage! Through the terror and death she causes, she continues to search... but for what? What's her purpose? What is she seeking? And why are the gods of ancient times becoming interested in her?

32 pages, $2.95.

BLACK HARVEST #4

Written, art and cover by Josh Howard.

As Daniel finally begins uncovering the truth about Zaya's abduction, he is faced with even bigger questions, like what is the ³Covenant Code" and who are the mysterious Harvesters? Meanwhile, the keepers of Jericho's "dirty little secret" continue to turn up dead, forcing the remaining conspirators to take drastic measures in order to combat Zaya's wrath.

32 pages, $3.25.

KILLER 7 #1

Written by Arvid Nelson, art by Bong Dazo, cover by Sanford Greene.

When a volley of earth-shattering nuclear missiles are launched at Japan, it's up to a group of assassins known as the killer 7 to stop the launch before Japan is reduced to an irradiated smear. The strike is linked to the Yakumo, a world-wide conspiracy responsible for a plague of zombie terrorists known as "Heaven's Smiles." The fate of millions of people hangs in the balance.

32 pages, black and white, $2.95.

RUMBLE PAK VOLUME 2 #3

By various.

The anthology manga series that continues to showcase original and alternative stories from a new generation of creators. The C.I.A. subjected a group of low-ranking enlisted marines with experimental LSD narcotics. The experiments failed and created a being with destructive psychic ability who was driven insane after being held in cryo-stasis for over 30 years. God Drug is based on the highly acclaimed novel written by Stephan Antczak.

64 pages, black and white, $5.95.

*HOW TO SELF PUBLISH COMICS* NOT JUST CREATE THEM #1

Written by Josh Blaylock, cover by Blaylock.

A lot of articles are written on the creative process of comics, but not nearly as many on the other side of the business: publishing. After ten years of self-publishing, Josh Blaylock has gone from back room small press exhibitor to the head of a top ten comic book company. He now shares his knowledge of the industry with anyone who has ever pondered doing the same. This six issue, mostly prose series is informative, entertaining, and a bit autobiographical. Blaylock isolates the six most important aspects of the process, starting with "Building Your Infrastructure."

32 pages, $4.95.

LOST SQUAD #5

Written by Chris Kirby, art and cover by Alan Robinson.

With the true nature of the SYBIL device revealed, the Squad's battle plans change from search and destroy to a rescue mission. The boys detour to a small Belgian town and receive a hostile reception as their presence draws the full might of the German forces, spearheaded by the dreaded SPYDER tanks, looking for SYBIL.

32 pages, black and white, $2.95.

LOFI: COMICS AND ENTERTAINMENT MAGAZINE, VOL. 2, ISSUE 5

By various.

LO-FI comics & entertainment magazine lets you know that spring is in the air this February with Issue #5. There is a special preview of Tokyopop's "East Coast Rising" from Becky Cloonan, and also a look at the fresh blood doing Transformers under IDW. And like always, LO-FI will bring you the freshest music, anime, toys, movies, TV and games.

80-96 pages, $5.95.



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