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FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 2007



Created by Deepak Chopra and Shekhar Kapur, written by Shamik Dasgupta, art and over by Jeevan J. Kang, variant cover by Jim Starlin.

The epic adventure continues as the heroes Rama, Lakshman and Seeta are lost in the perilous outlands, searching for a haven. They find Panchvati, a city teeming with thieves, cutthroats, brigands and beggars. Will they find a new life in this land, or have they gone from one danger to an even greater one? Follow their adventure as produced by a new creative team under the guidance of comic impresario Ron Marz. Plus, a backup story by Marz and Jim Starlin!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 25.


Written by Gotham Chopra and Ashok Banker, art by Jeevan Kang and R. Manikandan, cover by Jeevan Kang.

Sadhus do not know love or hate, desire or fear. They are detached from all emotional ties, devoting themselves to a spiritual journey said to unleash unimaginable powers. It is this ancient tradition that James Jenson is fated to tread but he must first tackle his biggest obstacle yet -- himself.

When James Jenson, a down-on-his-luck Englishman, is recruited into her majesty Queen Victoria's army and posted with his family in Colonial India, he takes the first step towards meeting his destiny. But a tragic twist of fate sends James on a journey that will force him to choose between spiritual awakening and human instinct, guiding him from a simple soldier to a spiritual warrior.

Between oath and instinct there is The Sadhu.

In stores on July 18.


Created by Shekhar Kapur, written by Zeb Wells, art by Vivek Shinde, cover by Michael Gaydos.

Jessica completes her journey east and comes face to face with the Kabini Temple... the birthplace of the rage that has taken over her life. Are the current denizens of Kabini her enemy, or could they know the secret of the Snake Charmer... the secret that may possibly set Jessica free?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on August 1.


Created by Dave Stewart, written by Jeff Parker, art by Ashish Padlekar, cover by Padlekar and Parker.

Do you experience missing time? Predict strangers' dreams? Do twins seem to follow you wherever you go? And do you sometimes see cephalopods attached to other people without their knowledge? Don't worry, you're not going mad...yet. You're simply a Walk-in. Ian Dormouse is losing time - literally. He wakes up in cities across the world, and has no recollection of how he got there or what occurred in the preceding weeks and months. Awaking from one of these blackouts, Ian finds himself in Moscow and stumbles into the burlesque club Deja Vu, bluffing his way into a job as a dream interpreter. It wasn't all bull, Ian actually does have visions -- octopuses on people's shoulders, auras emanating around strangers, to name a few. Ian doesn't know it yet, but he has some crazy mental abilities and it''s about to make life a whole lot weirder...

In stores on July 18.


Created by John Woo, written by Garth Ennis, art by Jeevan Kang, cover by Yoshitaka Amano.

Six hundred years ago long, before history's great explorers stole the credit for their feats, mighty Chinese treasure fleets set sail to reach every continent. These voyages of discovery left behind an evil legacy and a plot by a powerful Chinese sorcerer to dominate the world. Our story begins in modern day Los Angeles where an ancient Chinese prophecy must be fulfilled. Seven men with nothing in common but their destinies must face the Son of Hell to save the world. Limited to 2500 copies worldwide

In stores on July 18.


Written by Saurav Mohapatra, art by Manikandan, cover by Jeff Spokes.

James Jensen, the British solider who became an Eastern mystic, continues his journey, venturing beyond the limits of the physical world and into Limbo. There he encounters another traveler like himself, someone whose saga has been told only in legends. But Jensen finds that legends are not always true.

32 page,s $2.99, in stores on July 25.


Created by Guy Ritchie, written by Andy Diggle, art and cover by Mukesh Singh, alternate cover by John Cassaday.

As Brock begins to piece together the mystery behind the death of Jonah Morgan, his own mysterious background is brought further to light. And now he is out of his element on the streets of Amsterdam, and has to put this new, urban environment into his own language of the wild in order to survive. Yet, as he closes in on his prey -- the shadowy figure seemingly at the center of his quest -- even his animalistic intuition can't prepare him for the harshest twist yet in this electrically charged tale.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on August 1.


Created by Deepak Chopra, written by Saurav Mohapatra, art and cover by Virgin.

"I am Indrea, the son of Dyaus. I am thunder! I am the King of Gods! Those that have stood before me have either become friends or have been crushed by my Vajra. Like Virithra, the serpent demon that held the waters of a young world hostage, and who could not be killed by any metal, or wood, or stone. I decimated him with my Vajra, crafted from the bones of the sage Dadhichi.

I am the ruler of Svarga (Heaven), master of the nubile Apsaras (nymphs), the lord of Somat, the sweet wine of Ambrosia, and the tamer of Airavaat, the four tusked elephant of lore. I invite you to come see for yourself the might of Indra and the splendor of Amarvati Prime, the city of Gods."

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 11.


Created by Nicolas Cage and Weston Cage, written by Mike Carey, art by Dean Hyrapiet, cover by Ben Templesmith, variant cover by Dean Hyrapiet.

Big, bold new series! In 1860, the plantation of Mason Moore -- a known Unionist sympathizer -- is burned to the ground by secessionists. In the battle, Moore's illegitimate son is killed, but as he gasps his last breaths, a voodoo bokor places a spell upon the dying boy. Flash forward to 2005: four months after the worst natural disaster in its history, New Orleans is gripped by fear as young girls start to disappear from its streets while a brutal gang war rages. When Detective Robert Julien starts to investigate, he finds that there's something else out in the shadows: something that's neither dead nor alive. The Enigma. But is it a possible ally or the darkest nightmare of all?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 11.


Created by Deepak Chopra and Shekhar Kapur, written by Shamik Dasgupta, art by Abhishek Singh, cover by Alex Ross.

The greatest myth in Indian history comes to life in Ramayan 3392 A.D. Let this timeless tale of adventure, mystery, honor and betrayal invigorate your senses, as India's most innovative story-tellers, Shekhar Kapur and Deepak Chopra, recreate an ancient epic of legendary proportions.

Enter a post-apocalyptic world where the last of humanity struggles to fight against the evil hordes of Nark, a dark continent lead by the monstrous Ravan. Honorable, but inexperienced brothers Princes Rama and Lakshman are duty-bound to take command of the seemingly dormant outpost of Ayodhya. They soon realize no place in the world is safe from Ravan's iron grip and must become warriors to defend their people to the death. In a time when what's left world is enshrouded in darkness, these brothers are mankind's last beacons of hope...

In stores on July 18.


Based on an original painting by Alex Ross, sculpted by Mark Newman.

Own a part of history with Virgin Comics' first-ever statue from its Premiere Line. "Rama: The Warrior Prince" is based on an original painting by legendary artist, Alex Ross, and sculpted by Mark Newman. Limited to 1,500 pieces worldwide, this statue goes on sale first to comic shops.

A timeless Indian epic has been recreated with daring new vision by Virgin Comics as the expolsive comic series, Ramayan 3392 A.D. which The Times of India calls "India's answer to the Lord of the Rings." A mythic hero, Rama has descended after 2000 years to battle his nemesis Ravan in the ultimate battle between good and evil.

"The Ramayana" is a story that laid the foundations of a nation where a billion people celebrate the triumph of Prince Rama every year. Rama's journey is one of bravery, loyaltiy and destiny. He defines this legend and will be a symbolic and elegant addition to a connoisseur's finest collection. Be sure to get your statue that will be sought after by collectors worldwide.

11.5 inches, limited to 1,500 pieces.

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