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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2006

BOOM! STUDIOS FOR JANUARY

FALL OF CTHULHU #0

Written by Michael Alan Nelson, art by Jean Dzialowski, covers by Vatche Mavlian and Tyler Walpole.

When gods go to war! A new epic ongoing exploring Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos. The 1928 publication of The Call of Cthulhu established one of the most feared characters in the history of horror fiction: a terrible alien god capable of worldwide destruction. But Cthulhu was actually only one of the minor gods in Lovecraft's pantheon -- there are things far bigger, badder, and meaner roaming the cosmos, ready to come to call...

32 pages, $3.99.

HERO SQUARED #5

Written by Keith Giffen and JM DeMatteis, art and cover by Joe Abraham.

Ever wonder what would really happen after a super-hero and super-villain tore up half of Manhattan? Well, last issue Captain Valor and his kinda/sorta evil clone did just that -- and now Milo and Valor are in jail, with city, state and federal authorities screaming for their heads. And did we mention that the good Captain is teetering on the edge of a complete mental breakdown? Y'know how editorial hypers are always claiming that "After this issue, nothing will be the same"? Well, after this issue, nothing will be the same! Would we kid you?

32 pages, $3.99.

WHAT WERE THEY THINKING: GO WEST YOUNG MAN

Written by Chris Ward and Kevin Church, art by past comic book masters.

The little comedy that could continues! Strap on your six guns, we're going out west. Reprinting classic old west comic book stories and re-writing the word balloons to make 'em funny, fans have described WWTT as Mystery Science Theater 3000 for comics.

32 pages, $3.99.

KEITH GIFFEN'S TAG: CURSED #1

Story by Keith Giffen and Mike Leib, written by Leib, art and cover by Chee.

The horror epic continues! When Ed was tagged, he found himself cursed to become a literal member of the walking dead -- physically decaying, but still able to think and speak. Terrified, he found the next victim he had to tag to pass along the curse. It's years later, and Ed can't live with the guilt of passing along the curse. So he decides -- to stop it? How can one ordinary man hope to halt the advance of a curse that crosses centuries? A descent into hard-edged darkness and despair!

32 pages, $3.99.

KEITH GIFFEN'S TAG VOL I TPB

Story by Keith Giffen, written by Keith Giffen and Mike Leib, art by Kody Chamberlain, Chee and Andy Kuhn, cover by Chamberlain.

Spine-snapping horror in the tradition of the movie The Ring! An average joe strolls down the street after a fight with his girlfriend when a random stranger tags him, handing off an ancient curse! He literally begins to die -- and rot -- seeing his body begin to decompose every day before his very eyes. Cursed, he must either surrender, or find the next victim to tag Collecting the three issue mini-series. Bonus: Included in TPB form for the first time as an extra is Keith Giffen's "10" one-shot -- 10 innocent people become unwilling contestants in a game of death. Given 10 bullets and a gun, it's kill or be killed as they're forced to hunt the other 10 contestants! In the dark, horrific tradition of Battle Royale!

144 pages, $14.99.

TWO GUNS #1

Written by Steven Grant, art by Mataes, covers by Kristian Donaldson and Rafael Albuquerque.

In the vein of Ocean's Eleven or The Italian Job is a pulp story about cops and thieves and the men that are something in between. Trench has targeted a local bank to rob, and asked Steadman to give him a hand. Trench figures it's a great way to score -- considering it's a cover for mob money. They're thieves ripping off thieves. But what Steadman doesn't know is that Trench is a DEA agent. But what is Steadman's secret? Is he who he appears to be?... Classic two gun safe-robbing action delivered with wit and charm from the writer-creator of Whisper!

32 pages, $3.99.




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