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Wednesday, December 7, 2005



Written by Mac Rauch, pencils by Stephen Thompson, inks by Keith Williams, colors by Dennis Calero, covers by Matt Haley and Michael Stribling.

"Return of the Screw" part 1 of 3.

The 1984 film starring Peter Weller, John Lithgow, Ellen Barkin, Jeff Goldblum and Christopher Lloyd is a cult classic loved the world over. Writer Mac Rauch and director WD Richter return to their creation with a brand new story.

Everyone's favorite adventurer/surgeon/rock star is back again just in time to save the world! Along with his Hong Kong Cavaliers, Banzai must battle more than one surprise arch enemy, each with their own motives, but all acting in concert to bring Banzai (and the universe as we know it) to his knees!

All this sandwiched between a couple of great rock and roll guitar solos, a few surgical procedures, a crazy gun battle on land and air, Buck's one chance for the ultimate revenge, his soul in turmoil, all the chicks digging him, engineering synchronicity, pretty toilets, a human pickle, and a giant sombrero!

32 pages, $3.50 (limited edition cover version by David Michael Beck, $4.50).


Written by CJ Henderson, pencils by Shawn McGuan, inks by Chad Hunt, colors by Thompson Knox, cover by Kieran Yanner.

New color series from Moonstone. Taken directly from the "Teddy London" novel series. Her name is Lai Wan, and if you let her stand in the same room as you, your every dark secret, your every dark mistake -- every damning bit of shame and regret within your soul- will be hers, to do with as she pleases. Desperate to stop a serial killer, the police begrudgingly enlist her aid. But what began almost as a joke, bringing a so-called "psychometric" sleuth onto the case, soon spirals far out of their control as Lai Wan's own desire for revenge against the killer goes well beyond any earthly sense of justice.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Mike Oliveri, art by Joe Bucco.

New color horror series. If you're going to kill a man, you best make sure his brother won't come looking for him. Especially if that man's brother is a werewolf. Cole Tyler fears the worst when he learns his missing brother is the subject of a murder investigation by a hostile sheriff. Sheriff Hess, meanwhile, wants to know why Marcus Rice wants Cole to join his brother in a shallow grave.

32 pages, $2.99.

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