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Written by art by Sumita Kazasa, art by Kobayashi Yasuko, covers by by Yasuko, Christian Gossett and Gonzo.

Top Cow and Bandai Entertainment present the Witchblade, diving into the popular world of manga with this authentic Japanese series. Takeru is average Japanese schoolgirl being raised in a Buddhist monestary by a group of nuns. Except for the forbidden wicked-looking claw locked in a box that keeps appearing in her dreams.

That'd make a relationship with cute Kou hard enough, but when a group of mysterious black-clad monks shows up at the monestary, the Witchblade chooses its newest bearer. Originally serialized in Japan's populuar magazine, Champion Red, and written by Witchblade Anime head writer Sumita Kazasa, this uniquely Japanese tale is considered part of the Witchblade canon. Now collected for the first time for an American audience in standard comic format and in full color.

40 pages, $2.99.


Written by Paul Jenkins and David Wohl, penciled by Eric Basaldua, inked by Rick Basaldua, covers by Eric Basaldua and Andy Brase.

Welcome ot the world of The Darkness. Captain Eddie Shrote is a corrupt cop and he's made one critical mistake. He killed Jenny, the one person Jackie Estacado cares about. And Jackie doesn't forget... and he's certainly doesn't forgive.

This special series, by The Darkness video game/comic scribe and The Darkness co-creator David Wohl, parallels the levels of the video game by 2K, while bringing original stories that show a side of The Darkness you've never seen. These standalone stories can be enjoyed without the video game, but add a new level to the player experience.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Ron Marz, art by Stjepan Sejic, covers by Chris Bachalo and Adriana Melo.

Part one of a very special two-part story. Danielle Baptiste returns home to the battered city of New Orelans to visit her ailing father. As she consoles her father and explores the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Danielle will discover why New Orleans is called "the most haunted city in America." But what does the Witchblade know about it?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Sean Fish, penciled by David Nakayama, colored by Blond.

Fresh off a successful stint guarding Paragon City, Ms. Liberty has to deal with a twisted version of herself from Praetorian Earth... Dominatrix. The Lass of Liberty decides that a tour of the City of Heroes is just what the Statesman ordered for the Praetorian princess. An encounter with the Carnival of Shadows, a night of dancing in the Tiki Lounge at the Pocket D night club, and a grudge match with one of Ms. Liberty's most hated enemies are just a few of the things in store for are heroines on ... Ladies Night.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Paul Jenkins, art by Kyle Hotz.

Long out of print, the six-issue mini-series will be available again in this slick trade paperback collection. Paul Jenkins and Kyle Hotz teamed up on this unique project that takes readers to a dystopian future where traditional policing has fallen to the wayside and private corporations are stepping in to the fill the gap.

The collection includes all six issues, plus bonus material such as character designs, layouts and more. Join the cyborg officers of The Agency as they hunt for a serial killer in this action-packed, dark humor series collected for the first time.

192 pages, $14.99.

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