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Saturday, February 18, 2006



By Derek Allen Ruiz, ROVE and Joe Phillips.

"The Rise of Darkness," part 3. The battle between light and darkness comes to a shocking conclusion as Isis learns that even in victory there can be defeat. Granted the powers of Ra and returned to the land of the living, Isis must use her new found powers to defeat the combined forces of Apophis and Set. Will she be able to survive the Rise of Darkness?

24 pages, $3.50.


By Darren G. Davis and Vicente Cifuentes.

Not even the icy grip of death could keep the Muse safe from his vengeance. Emma tries to figure out who is stalking her but what she does not know it is someone from the past. Once known as the hero Trident, Polar seeks to put her in a deep freeze. More dark secrets come out of from the cold in this exciting issue of The 10th Muse.

24 pages, $3.50.


By Wagner, Hilinski, Dalhouse and Hilinski.

The fourth and final issue of the Hyper-Actives' first limited series comes to an implosive conclusion as the young team takes on their mentor, Alphaman! What set this off? Would Alphaman hit his own kids? Would the spoiled media darlings of the team have a chance against the Planet's Most Powerful Person? Will it be captured on film for all time? It's 32 pages of teeth corroding, blood-pumping, nuclear, brain damage! Stay tuned! Stay Hyper! Don't miss the controversial new series that set the internet message boards on fire!

32 pages, $3.50.


By Johnny Lowe and Alex Julian.

Former bad guy Lincoln Stanley, aka Hep Cat, wants to take up where he left off with Judo Girl back in the swinging 60s, but Diana begins to have second thoughts about his motives. And sexy assassin Silencer's new modus operandi seems to be all over the map -- what is she up to, and why? Cover by Gung Ho artist Joey Mason!

24 pages, $3.50.


By Darren G. Davis, Scott Davis, and Mike Slimbone.

Baywatch's Traci Bingham comes to comics! In 1723, corsairs, privateers and pirates still ruled the seas, and the veritable king of the pirates was the notorious Blackbeard... until the world found out he had a daughter! A death bed confession sets Hanna on a worldwide quest to find her father... and kill him. Inspired by Baywatch's Traci Bingham (Host of the 2005 Lingerie Bowl), swashbuckling has never been so sexy! Nor so dangerous. This new exciting mini-series follows the exploits of Hanna, her sea dog compratriots in her quest for gold, adventure and her fathers head on a stick. Ships with 2 covers, 1 Traci Bingham photo cover and 1 Mik Jimenez cover, in equal ratio.

24 pages, $3.50.


By Scott Davis and Alex Sunder.

To tempt the Fates is one thing... to out-and-out steal from them is sheer lunacy! Yet Orion must pit his destiny against some of the fiercest and most dangerous forces Olympus has to offer. As he peels away another veil of the gods' deceit, Orion is forced to walk the precipice between myth and mystery only to find himself at the very mouth of Hades.

24 pages, $3.50.


By Art Thibert, Richard Birdsall, Pamela Thibert and Chris Chua.

It's the start of a new assignment for Team 9.2 in Chrono Mechanics Silver, and it's a doozy! When a malfunctioning Reality Distribution Plant has every timeline in history looking like the modern art section of a museum, Chrono, Inc. rescinds the much-needed vacations of Doug, Oot, Zyn, and Caravaggio. And as if losing out on their vacations isn't bad enough, our Mechanics must endure a death-defying trip through a swirling vortex time anomaly; match wits with a Temporal Transmitting Tower that has a mind of its own; make a hazardous journey to the center of the Earth; and battle a sinister presence set on making sure the Mechanics do not complete their assignments. Are these intrepid Mechanics in over their heads?

26 pages, $3.50.


Written by Ben Avery, pencils and inks by Sherwin Schwartrock.

Get the whole six-issue, 160 page trade paperback for the price of a single comic book! It has been many years since the Emperor drove the dragons north. Many years since the minions of the Dragon Prince required tributes from the humans. But times are changing. The dragons are growing bolder, brasher, more aggressive -- and in their path lies the home of a young boy named Timothy. Leaving everything he holds dear, Timothy embarks upon a quest; A quest to travel south and join the ranks of the Emperor's Knights of the Way with nothing but a sword, a pair of allies, and a hope to one day return home as a hero. High fantasy, action and adventure that will keep you on the edge of your seat!Collects the entire six-issue mini-series by Ben Avery and Sherwin Schwartzrock.

160 pages, black and white, $3.50.


Written by Kevin Grevioux, art by Leonel Castellani, colors by Javier Tartaglia.

Throughout history there have always been heroes. Those exceptional men and women blessed with phenomenal strength, power and fortitude to resist evil wherever it's found. Men and women who have the courage to fight for truth and justice when the need arises no matter what the personal cost to their own lives. But, where do these heroes come from? Is it blind luck that creates them, or is there some kind of divine plan? Those questions are answered as one such group of younglings is destined to become the next generation heroes. That is, if they can escape the forces of darkness marshalling against them. Those demonic "denizens of the dark" who will stop at nothing to ensure that these children never fulfill their heroic destiny. It is ultimate good versus ultimate evil for the greatest prize of all, The Children of Tomorrow. This is the world of Guardian Heroes.

32 pages, $3.50.

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