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Thursday, March 9, 2006



Art by Ben Templesmith.

Tommyrot: (tom€my€rot) ­n. "Utter foolishness and nonsense." Welcome to one of the more beautifully horrific collections of foolishness and nonsense you¹ll ever see. This special over-sized edition collects many of the major images and covers from artist Ben Templesmith, as well as many never before seen unpublished paintings and personal work, including looks behind the scenes into the artistic process he uses.

96 pages, $19.99.


Written by Chuck Dixon, art and cover by Guido Guidi.

Ever wondered what form your favorite Transformers would take if they existed in different eras? Wonder no more, as IDW¹s new Evolutions line will look at some special out-of-continuity tales involving the Robots in Disguise. In issue one of the five-part debut mini-series, "Hearts of Steel," writer Chuck Dixon and artist Guido Guidi transplant the 'bots to the Industrial Revolution, where a charismatic hammer-man named John Henry discovers that a steam drill is really an alien robot named Bumblebee. Before he can process this information, the pair are attacked by Decepticons disguised as tanks, trains and walking engines. Is this all part of a larger scheme by Starscream? And if so, will the other Autobots arrive in time to stop his nefarious plans?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Simon Furman, art by E.J. Su, covers by Su, Guidi, Roche and Scherwinsk.

The first titanic arc‹Infiltration‹wraps up in spectacular, no-holds-barred style, as Megatron sets about‹demonstrably‹putting his house (on Earth) in order. But, mighty as he is, has even Megatron got what it takes to curtail the activities of the all-new, hyper-powered Starscream? Whichever way it goes, the outlook looks distinctly bleak for the beleaguered earthbound Autobots. Could be that it¹s time for Prowl and Co. to roll out the big guns?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Len Kaminski, art by Graham Nolan and Tom Morgan, covers by Ashley Wood and Nick Roche.

IDW continues their look back at some of the most beloved Transformers comics from years past. This special monthly series with rollback cover prices continues to present classic hard-to-find stories from the past two decades of Transformers comics. Once again, this issue features brand-new cover art from Ashley Wood (Metal Gear Solid) and Nick Roche, both of which present recreations of the original cover art. This issue focuses on a longtime fan-favorite Autobot with ³Plight of the Bumblebee!² originally presented in Marvel Comics¹ The Transformers #16! Covers will be shipped in a 1-to-1 ratio.

24 pages, $2.49.


Written by Scott Tipton, art by Mike Norton, covers by Norton, Walks, Kohse and Stamb.

It¹s just another day at the office at Wolfram & Hart, which usually means only one thing: every man for himself! When a most lethal legal maneuver strikes down one of the associates, Wesley realizes that the path to Fred¹s affections might once more be clear ­ but can he live with the ramifications? And advice from Spike, of all people, probably isn¹t helping mattersŠ Covers will be shipped in a 1-to-1 ratio.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Joss Whedon, art and cover by Jeff Johnson.

Continuing monthly illustrated scriptbooks based on the very best Angel episodes pulled from its five-season run. Each specially priced 48-page scriptbook will feature the entire shooting script and full-page and spot illustrations inspired by the episode from artist Jeff Johnson. The fourth script offered in this series is from the third-season episode "Waiting in the Wings," written and directed by series creator Joss Whedon. Issue #4 features 2 covers, a photo cover and a cover featuring art by Jeff Johnson. Covers will be shipped in a 1-to-1 ratio.

48 pages, black and white, $3.99.


By various.

When Joss Whedon¹s Angel exploded back onto the comics scene, he didn¹t come alone. Carrying on his new adventures were some of the best artists in comics, including Tim Bradstreet, John Byrne, ChrisCross, Alex Garner, Zach Howard, Igor Kordey, series artist David Messina, Todd Nauck, Kelsey Shannon, Ashley Wood, and more. This special collection offers up all the covers from Angel: The Curse art in one beautiful volume.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jeff Mariotte, art by David Messina.

Joss Whedon¹s classic character returns for his next all-new adventure! When a strangely familiar, seemingly vampiric figure is spotted killing victims in Los Angeles, Angel, alone in semi-retired retreat while he figures out what's next for him, is lured back to the city to put a stop to the string of slayings. The case will reunite the vampire with a soul with old friends and old enemies­but it's impossible to tell which is which! If you¹ve been waiting to see Angel¹s supporting cast join him on a new comic book adventure, this one¹s for you.

120 pages, $19.99.


Written by Peter David, art by Joe Corroney, covers by Corroney, Howard, Murphy and Walpole.

When Dracula goes to Los Angeles to meet with his law firm‹Wolfram and Hart‹he is astounded to find himself face to face with a non-corporeal Spike, who suddenly finds himself pleased about his ghostly state if it means he can spend his time following Dracula around and tormenting him endlessly. Concluding the epic, eras-spanning undead battle royale! Covers will be shipped in a 1-to-1 ratio.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Peter David, art and cover by J.K. Woodward.

You're an angel and you've just monumentally pissed off God. Stripped of your wings and pretty much everything else, you're sent hurtling to Earth and crash land in a desert, where you're found unconscious by passing Arab nomads. How do you handle what happens next? Come up with your own answer, and then compare it to that of Lee, the Fallen Angel.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Chris Ryall, art and cover by Gabriel Rodriquez.

In "Primal Scenes," part 4 of the adaptation of Clive Barker¹s epic novel, word of strange goings-on in Palomo Grove brings unwanted attention to the town¹s inhabitants, Howie faces his destiny, and Tommy-Ray is brought one step closer to becoming Death-Boy. All while the Jaff prepares for War.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Gary Chaloner and Chris Sequeira, art and cover by Chaloner.

John Law¹s war on crime rocks Crossroads¹ underworld... Law knows who murdered his father, now he just has to prove it. It's Law versus the Mob as the pressure builds in Crossroads. How long can The Angel's promise of protection last? Things kick off to a bloody start this issue as Law literally fights for his life in the boxing ring while plots are hatched, plans are made and allegiances shift. Also this issue, meet the mob bosses of Crossroads: Godfather 'Granpa' Grandenetti, 'El Gato' Garza, Rev. Malcolm Joseph 'Jo' King, Fergus 'Letch' O'Leary, Dr. Occidental Lee and Cal Amari the Squid as they form an uneasy truce to celebrate the soon-to-be-opened Desert Springs Casino. This is a private party hosted by Brenda Banks, star of the popular Lady Luck movies... a private party you won't want to miss! This issue also features a brand-new Mr. Mystic story, written by Chris Sequeira and illustrated by Chaloner! Each issue features 30 full pages of art and story.

32 pages, black and white, $3.99.


Written by Shane McCarthy, art by Chris Bolton, covers by Bolton and McKeever.

Eight of the country's most vicious criminals are on the loose but something far worse is waiting for them as they make their way to the safety of the small town of South Ridge. It's natural born killers against an inhuman horde with a guarantee that not everyone will last till nightfall!. Art and all five covers, which connect to form one horrific image, will be provided by George A. Romero¹s Land of the Dead cover artist Chris Bolton.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by F. Paul Wilson, art and cover by Matthew Smith.

The keep had stood empty in the Transylvanian Alps for 500 years. No one knew who built it, or why. But on the eve of WW II, German soldiers move in and awaken something‹something hungryŠ something as merciless as the SS einsatzkommandos accompanying them. Noted horror writer F. Paul Wilson adapts his own New York Times bestselling novel and is joined by Matthew Smith (Hellboy) on art in this, the story that the Providence Journal called, "A battle between good and evil that staggers the imagination, with an ending as exciting as any horror fan could wish!"

120 pages, $19.99.


Written by Brian Wood, art and cover by Kristian Donaldson.

Pella accepts reality and turns herself into the twin authority of her pursuers, the Yakuza and Porno Swede crime families, but not without a contingency plan, a way out of it all, one that will forever change the very nature of the big city, "The Supermarket" and keep her new friends safe. Not too shabby for a 16-year-old convenience store clerkette from the suburbs. Wood and Donaldson conclude their tale in an explosive way!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Joshua Dysart, art and Simeon Wilkins.

A companion to the all-ages film, Monster House follows the lives of Bones and Skull, a two-man heavy metal outfit with questionable talent on the road to nowhere fast. When a fight over the future of the band tears the two friends apart, Bones finds himself, inexplicably, in front of old man Nebbercracker's Monster House. There, Bones must confront a wrathful home, childhood memories and his dejected girlfriend if he plans on saving his friendshipŠ and his life. Also features "Final Roll," a bonus back-up story with art and script provided by Simeon Wilkins.

56 pages, $7.99.


Written by Beau Smith, art and cover by Eduardo Barreto.

Cobb #2 grabs you by the throat on page one, beats you senseless throughout the book, and doesn¹t let you go until the last page when it tosses your broken body down a flight of stairs. The head of the Russian Mafia has sent his best men to retrieve his former girlfriend who has turned informant. What they didn¹t count on is that she is now under the protection of Cobb. Crime better find religion and pray they can get past Cobb.

32 pages, black and white, $3.99.


Written by Carlos Trillo, art by Eduardo Risso.

When it comes to luck, Mexican-born detective A.Y. Jalisco has a lot of it... all bad. Then Mel, a handsome and mysterious stranger, appears out of the blue and sweeps her off her feet. But the ugly realities of her professional life intrude when she must rescue a client from armed thugs... and lose her new love in the process.

32 pages, black and white, $3.99.

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