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FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 2006



Wolverine: Origins #1 will arrive in stores on April 19 from Marvel Comics. The issue is written by Daniel Way, with art by Steve Dillon and covers by Joe Quesada and Michael Turner.

Here's how Marvel describes the book:

"After regaining all of his memories in the aftermath of House of M, Wolverine's quest for more answers has already led to confrontation with the Silver Samurai and the revelation that the Winter Soldier killed his wife and unborn child. But that doesn¹t even come close to the revelations about Wolverine's past that writer Daniel Way has planned in Wolverine: Origins.

"What may come to be the one of the most important aspects of Wolverine's past is a certain object revealed at the end of 'Origins and Endings.' It may be the one thing that Logan truly has a reason to fear, so be sure to pick up Wolverine: Origins #1 to learn the previously untold history of Wolverine and why Logan may not have much of a future to look forward to."

Wolverine: Origins #1 will be 32 pages and will cost $2.99.


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Killer 7 #2 will arrive in stores on March 29 from Devil's Due Publishing. The issue is written by Arvid Nelson, with art by Bong Dazo.

Here's how Devil's Due describes the issue:

"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."

Killer 7 #2 will be 32 pages and will cost $3.25.

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ShadowHawk #13 will arrive in stores on June 21 from Image Comics. The issue is by Jim Valentino, Scott Wherle, Carlos Rodriguez, Pedro Angosto, The Sharp Brothers and Juan Ferreyra, with a cover by The Sharp Brothers.

Here's how Image describes the issue:

"'Past Lives.' Four stories! Four creative teams! No ads! Welcome back Carlos Rodriguez, who draws the tale of Halcón Sombrío in Mexico 1519, as told by Pedro Angosto. The tale of Hawk and his bird Shadow in London 1830, as written and drawn by The Sharp Brothers. Also, the tale of ShadowHawkGirl, New York 1974, as told by Scott Wherle and drawn by Juan Ferreyra. Plus, a framing sequence written and drawn by creator Jim Valentino."

ShadowHawk #13 will be 32 pages and will cost $2.50.


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