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THURSDAY, MAY 11, 2006



By Dave Johnson.

Emmy- and Eisner Award-winning 100 Bullets cover artist Dave Johnson delivers 48 pages of full color artwork for this sketchbook crammed to the gills with never-before-seen designs and classic unpublished art for comics, TV, and motion pictures. Wrapping up his work as art director and character designer for the Cartoon Network's animated series Ben Ten, Johnson sets his sights making this edition the best that it can be, in time for the summer convention season.

48 pages, $4.99 (signed and numbered softcover, $19.99; signed and numbered hardcover limited to 250 copies, $29.99.


Written by Steven Grant, art by Joseph Cooper, cover by Kody Chamberlain.

Steven Grant's First Comics heroine is back -- as an all-new, all-different character! In New Orleans on the eve of Katrina, a collection of privatized black ops gather to provide security for a special mission: security for a drugs-for-weapons swap. Into this gathering steps a woman -- the new Whisper. Who may or may not be the woman they think she is, a woman who's supposed to be dead, is very skilled and precise at violence and seems to have useful gaps in her memory. Whoever she is, whatever her agenda, her skills make her invaluable to the man commanding the mission, and he's willing to use her until she runs out of uses. This is an all-new re-imagining, Ultimates-and-All-Star-style, of the First Comics franchise, in mood and spirit much closer to 100 Bullets than Elektra.

24 pages, $3.99.


By John Paul Leon, Tommy Lee Edwards, Bernard Chang, Sean Chen and Trevor Goring.

Featuring five all-new, all-original comic book stories, plus DVD-style commentary and sketches from five of the industry's top talents! A big, thick, hefty, comic-sized sketchbook featuring the best of the best -- John Paul Leon, Tommy Lee Edwards, Bernard Chang, Sean Chen and Trevor Goring. This new sketchbook from the medium's best features each artist creating their own new, original story!

120 pages, black and white, $14.99 (signed and numbered hardcover, $39.99).


Written by Andrew Cosby and Michael Alan Nelson, art by Greg Scott, cover by Jeff Johnson.

The Enigma Cipher -- Nazi Germany used this mysterious machine to decrypt and encrypt their communications during the war. Now, in the present, a history professor gets his hands on an Enigma encrypted file that's been lost since WWII -- grad student Casey cracks it, and the professor and other people involved in her project show up dead. The secrets that it holds are the key to uncovering Nazi spies hidden at the highest level of government positions since WWII -- and a far-reaching plan of global, political and economic domination that's still in effect.

24 pages, $3.99.


Written by Christopher Golden and Tom Sniegoski, art by Paul Azaceta.

The shocking revelations continue as Nicholas Dane runs for his life -- why are the men chasing him connected to... The Vatican? Dane's talents to channel the dead passengers of the plane crash are the only things that are keeping him alive. Can he actually channel the dead? A powerful third chapter to Boom! Studios' new series.

24 pages, $3.99.


Written by Andrew Cosby and Johanna Stokes, drawn by Rafael Albuquerque, cover by Eduardo Barretto.

Just two good ole goons makin' a livin' during the supernatural apocalypse! Our boys have been hired by men in suits y'know you can never trust the suits! -- to bring back a scientist who's been turned into a zombie. But once the boys have found him, what key does he hold to the entire supernatural apocalypse itself? If the boys turn him over, are they selling out the human race? And when did the Savage Bros start to have to make big decisions like this? Anybody got some more barbecue?

24 pages, $3.99.

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