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MONDAY, JUNE 19, 2006

BOOM! STUDIOS FOR SEPTEMBER

PIRATE TALES #1

Written by Keith Giffen, Joe Casey, John Rogers, Johanna Stokes, Michael Alan Nelson and Henry Alonso Myers, drawn by various, cover by Dan Panosian.

A Boom anthology! In the spirit of the best-selling Zombie Tales and Cthulhu Tales, Boom! Studios turns its attention to Davy Jones' Locker and the skull & crossbones! Featuring a familiar roster of writers -- Keith Giffen, John Rogers, Johanna Stokes, and Michael Alan Nelson -- now Joe Casey's jumped aboard and CSI screenwriter Henry Alonso Myers makes his debut in comics! Art is by Tim Seeley, War of the Worlds: Second Wave artist Chee, Fabio Moon, and a host of the business' best! Prestige format, squarebound.

48 pages, $6.99.

PLANETARY BRIGADE ORIGINS #1

Written by Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis, art by Julia Bax, Old School cover by Giffen, New School cover by Bax.

Captain Valor! The Grim Knight! Mauve Visitor! Mr. Brilliant! Earth Goddess! And introducing The Fighting Man! Now it can be told for the first time how the Planetary Brigade formed! A three issue mini-series telling three different stories from three different eras of the Brigade, but featuring one single villain, the nefarious Mister Master! In this issue a Brigade formed! In this issue -- a Brigadeer quits! Man, that was fast, huh? More Bwah-ha-hilarity from Giffen and DeMatteis, a follow-up to the sold-out Planetary Brigade mini-series!

24 pages, $3.99.

JEREMIAH HARM #5

Written by Keith Giffen and Alan Grant, drawn by Rafael Albuquerque, cover by John Mueller,

The big finale! The showdown comes to a head, as Jeremiah faces off against Dak Moira over the Basal Shard, a fragment of the original matter that caused the Big Bang! Dak's plan for cosmic suicide is finally revealed! This is a war, not just for the fate of the earth, but for the fate of the entire universe -- and it lies in the hands of an escaped criminal, Jeremiah Harm!

24 pages, $3.99.

X ISLE #3

Written by Andrew Cosby and Michael Alan Nelson, drawn by Greg Scott, cover by Ray of Imaginary Friends Studios.

Things on the island turn from bad to worse. As different members of the team start to die, the surviving members get more desperate. Amidst the horrific creatures that inhabit the island, the team discovers a bizarre relic. How is it a key to the mystery surrounding the island?

24 pages, $2.99.

TAG #3

Written by Keith Giffen, drawn by Kody Chamberlain.

The series conclusion! The clock is ticking, as Mitch finds his joints stiffening and the very skin rotting off of his still-functional corpse. Following a trail of clues he's discovered about the ancient pagan curse called TAG, what will he do when he finally discovers the identity of the next person he has to... tag? Will he pass along the death sentence? Or will he let himself die, rather than take another man's life?

24 pages, $3.99.

SECOND WAVE #6

Written by Michael Alan Nelson, drawn by Chee, cover by Sunder Raj.

The series finishes its first arc! Tensions mount as Miles and Duke lead a ragged team of survivors through a tripod-infested wasteland on a blitzkrieg, pulse-pounding chase! How have the aliens discovered the technology that has brought them back? And what role does Miles play now that revelations are arriving about his history and background with the aliens? Can they trust everyone involved in their small band of outcasts?

24 pages, $3.99.

JEREMIAH HARM #1 CONVENTION COVER

Written by Keith Giffen and Alan Grant, drawn by Rael Lyra, cover by Lyra and Jay Fotos.

A super-rare alternate cover limited to only 500 copies and available only at the Boom! Studios booth at conventions! Boom is now making a few of these books available for a limited time! Allocations may occur!

32 pages, $6.99.




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