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TUESDAY, JULY 25, 2006



By Chester Gould.

Presenting a deluxe hardcover collection of Chester Gould's timeless comic strip, Dick Tracy. The first volume of this multi-year project will include the five sample strips that Gould used to sell his groundbreaking strip, as well as nearly 500 comic strips, encompassing the series' beginning, from October 1931-May 1933. Among these strips are the first appearance of many long-time Dick Tracy characters, such as Tess Trueheart, Junior, and Chief Brandon. This special first volume features an overview and introduction from Consulting Editor and longtime Tracy writer Max Allan Collins, as well as an interview between Collins and creator Chester Gould. Each volume will feature book design from award-winning designer/artist Ashley Wood.

352 pages, $29.99.


Written by Bob Budiansky, art and cover by Don Figueroa.

20th Anniversary Celebration! Before the release of the all-new, live-action Transformers movie next summer, take an extended look back at a classic‹the animated 1986 Transformers: The Movie. Joining present-day TF legend, artist Don Figueroa, is returning writer and fellow TF master Bob Budiansky, the man responsible for some of the most beloved '80s Transformers comics. Together, they present this four-part adaptation, adding in extra scenes and little touches for fans of all ages.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Simon Furman, art by Mark Bright, covers by Bright, Nick Roche and James Raiz.

Presenting a series of one-shots, focusing on some of the best-loved (or loathed) characters from the Transformers Universe. The spotlight falls on Nightbeat, as he investigates one of the greatest Cybertronian mysteries... the disappearance of the first Ark! However, some mysteries, it seems, are better left unsolved! Guest-starring... the Micromasters?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Simon Furman, art and cover by Don Figueroa.

Out of control, acting on pure, devastating instinct, Thunderwing descends once again on Cybertron, with only a skeleton force of Autobots under the command of Optimus Prime to oppose him. While Jetfire searches frantically for options, uncovering more mysteries in the process, the countdown to the total destruction of Cybertron continues. The line has been drawn, and‹one way or another‹it all ends here. By Simon Furman and Don Figueroa. Features a special wraparound cover from Figueroa as well as a variant character sketch cover from Fig, too.

32 pages, $2.99.


Art by Don Figueroa, colored by Josh Burcham.

A poster-sized presentation of all four interlocking Stormbringer wraparound covers, courtesy of artist Don Figueroa and colorist Josh Burcham!

18 inches by 24 inches, $5.99.


Written by Bob Budiansky, art by Don Perlin, cover by Nick Roche.

IDW continues its look back at some of the most beloved Transformers comics from years past. This special monthly series continues to present classic hard-to-find stories from the past two decades of Transformers comics. Nick Roche (Transformers Spotlight: Shockwave) once again presents a new cover recreation of the original cover art. This issue features the story, "Gone But Not Forgotten!" originally presented in Marvel Comics' The Transformers #25!

32 pages, $2.49.


Written and art by various,, covers by Jeremy Geddes and Zach Howard.

It's All Hallow's Eve, and what better group to spend it with than Angel and his associates? In this Halloween-themed annual featuring four special stories, everyone wears a mask of one kind or another... including Angel Puppet, out on a "Mystery Date," courtesy of Jeff Mariotte and Stephen Mooney, Illyria in "Unacceptable Losses," by Scott Tipton and David Messina, Cordelia in "Foreshadowing" by Christopher Golden and Steph Stamb, and Lenny in "Pencils and Paperclips," by James Patrick and Sean Murphy. The entire package is masked in a special painted "Angel Puppet" cover by artist Jeremy Geddes, with an available variant puppet cover from Zach Howard, too.

48 pages, $7.49.


Written by Brian Lynch, art by Franco Urru, covers by Urru and Busch.

An innocent girl is trapped in a high-security prison for the supernatural. Spike has checked himself in to get her back. But before Spike can even find her, he has to survive his first day. Vampires, werewolf gangs, vengeance demons, invisible men, giant eight-foot slugs... every prisoner wants to be the one who does him in. What began as a rescue mission is now quickly escalating into a battle for self-preservation in Spike's latest adventure.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Steven Grant, art by Stephen Mooney.

Comics journalist Rich Johnston lies dead at a Vegas comic convention, and the suspect list of creators only grows. This issue, the list expands to include Andy and Adam Kubert, Phil Jimenez, and George Perez. And most suspicious of all, what is comics legend Stan "The Man" Lee doing lurking around the crime scene? The comics-related intrigue continues as the CSIs narrow down the search for the killer!

32 pages, $3.99.


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

A haunting tale as a dying, blind singer seeks to avert his impending death by looking for a miracle... A miracle that's known as the Fallen Angel.

32 pages, $3.99.


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

In the future world of Supermarket, it's the literal truth. Legitimate and black-market economies rule the City, overseen by the vying factions of the Yakuza and Porno Swede crime families. Convenience store clerkette and 16-year-old suburban wise-ass Pella Suzuki suddenly finds herself in the middle of it all, heir to an empire she couldn't possibly inherit, but hitmen on both sides aren't taking any chances. Supermarket is anti-consumerism with a healthy dose of violence and humor. This collection of the sold-out miniseries was co-created and written by writer Brian Wood and features art and colors from Kristian Donaldson, along with some bonus pages from Donaldson, too.

104 pages, $17.99.


Written by Chris Ryall, art and cover by Ashley Wood.

It's tech prowess meets undead mayhem! In this special two-part tale of carnage from the Eisner Award-nominated team of artist Ashley Wood (Popbot) and writer Chris Ryall (The Great and Secret Show), a post-apocalyptic world overrun by zombies has only one chance at recovery‹a team of robots that must protect and clone a lone surviving human baby. They just need to do this amidst the endless hordes of zombies who have been driven rabid by their frustration at inedible bots and their lust to eat the one living brain left on the planet. This special 24-page story will feature two special covers, one zombie and one robot, from artist Wood.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written, art and cover by Ben Templesmith.

Things are spiraling out of control. The plans of the dark forces at work come full circle as Wormwood attempts to use stern language (and a few other things) to stop an ancient world-eating god from treating the city as an appetizer before moving on to the rest of the planet... Ben Templesmith continues with his new all-eerie and humorous series.

32 page, $3.99.


Written by Shane McCaruth, art and cover by Chris Bolton.

The final hour is upon them and who, if anyone, will survive the experience? It's all out madness and mayhem as the group desperately tries to escape the hellish nightmare of South Ridge. Blood, gore, violence, sacrifice and an ending guaranteed to stay with you long after you finish reading. Ted McKeever again provides a special variant cover.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Chris Ryall, art by Gabriel Rodriguez.

The first half of an adaptation of master of horror Clive Barker's epic journey into the fantastic, The Great and Secret Show. Adapted by Chris Ryall and artist Gabriel Rodriguez (Land of the Dead), this first collection presents the beginning of a battle between good and evil that will span many decades and different dimensions. Featuring a special introduction from Barker himself.

152 pages, $19.99.


Written by Mia Christou, Scott Lobdell and John Nee, art by Shaun McManus.

Presenting a special hardcover guide to communicating efficiently in the modern world, in which newfangled ideas and phenomena leave us at a loss for words. This humorous hardcover offers mixed-up modern words for our mixed-up world, each one illustrated by veteran comic artist Shawn McManus.

104 pages, $11.99.


Written by Steve Niles, art by Scott Morse, Ted McKeever and Richard Sala.

Collected together for the first time are the original Little Book of Horror stories. This collection features three classic tales of terror -- Frankenstein, War of the Worlds and Dracula -- retold by Steve Niles and accompanied with beautiful full-color art by Scott Morse, Ted McKeever and Richard Sala.

144 pages, $19.99.


Written by Kris Oprisko, art and cover by Ashley Wood.

This deluxe edition collects the entire saga of Metal Gear Solid in one all-inclusive volume. Featuring bonus artwork and a cover gallery from series artist Ashley Wood, this re-imagining of the beloved Konami videogame is a must-have for all MGS fans!

288 pages, $55.

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