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SUNDAY, JUNE 24, 2007



Written by Warren Ellis, art and cover by Juan Jose Ryp.

Warren Ellis' masked hero masterpiece continues it's monthly run right here! The American military machine is mobilized in pursuit of John Horus -- and his one-time comrades. Withheld information and misplaced anger leads to open fire in the streets of the city that the Seven Guns came from, and the hammer of the wrath of the government and the people is about to come down on five people who, just twenty four hours ago, were at best forgotten heroes... With art by the genius Juan Jose Ryp, no fan of The Authority or Wanted will want to miss this bleeding-edge eight issue masterpiece. This issue is available with a regular or wraparound cover and also a rare 1-in-25 cover featuring the Angel One design sketch, all by series artist Juan Jose Ryp.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Warren Ellis, art and cover by Ivan Rodriguez.

Heavenside is heaving under a slow-motion eruption, as Doktor Sleepless consolidates his position. But how many enemies did he make as John Reinhardt before he left on his world tour? And what happens when he's finally confronted by the lover he left behind -- the lover who knows he had a massive mental breakdown? Who is Doktor Sleepless, broadcasting strange pirate radio from the weird mansion-laboratory overlooking Heavenside? What does he really intend to do to the future? If you feel cheated out of your flying car, the third issue of Warren Ellis' new satirical-political science fiction novel is just what the Doktor ordered! The issue is available with a regular cover by series artist Ivan Rodriguez, or wraparound cover by Raulo Caceres, and also a rare 1-in-15 Future Warning Sign cover.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mark Millar, art and cvoer by Anthony Williams.

The first two issues of Mark Millar's disturbed horror/comedy are available again right here, collected with a new cover by series artist Anthony Williams! Welcome to the most depraved comic book of the 21st century, a disturbing, mini series that blends traditional animation with photo strip storytelling to produce one of the most compelling horror/comedies in years. The Unfunnies is a journey through the dark side of the human soul like Magnolia or Happiness, but told in the style of your favorite animated cartoon strips. Undoubtedly, the most uncompromising work Mark Millar has ever produced.

48 pages, $4.99.


Written by Mark Millar, art by Anthony Williams, cover by Jacen Burrows.

It's finally here! OK, it's really, really been a while, but now that he's gotten all the Civil War stuff out of his system, Mark Millar has finished up the sickest book he's ever written. Millar's animated insanity continues as the blending of the human and cartoon worlds continue. Poor Pussywhisker gets diagnosed with testicular cancer. The trouble is, Pussywhisker's wife wants a big family and if he can't deliver the goods he has to trawl bars and find guys with more potent sperm than he's got. Yoikes! The mystery of the human Troy Hicks and the spate of child murders in the town takes a sinister, very supernatural turn as we find out where cartoon animals go when they die. Certain to be the most disturbed series of the year, don't miss it! This issue is available with both Regular and Offensive covers drawn by Jacen Burrows.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mark Millar, art by Anthony Williams, cover by Jacen Burrows.

It's finally here! This is the concluding issue with all the bizarre answers, none of which you expect! Poor Moe the Crow's family has been through Hell, and the worst is in this issue! Mark Millar's most insane series ever wraps up with the final solution to the bleeding together of the human and cartoon worlds, and more offensive insanity as Millar proves once-and-for-all he has lost his mind. This issue is available with both Regular and Offensive covers drawn by Jacen Burrows.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by John Russo, art by Dheeraj Verma, cover by John Burrows.

They fought in the jungles of Vietnam and witnessed, first-hand, undead US Army soldiers decimating the enemy. They returned to Stone Mountain, Virginia to find that same, sickening horror has overtaken their home town and devoured their families. And now, trapped within a school gymnasium, a trio of Vietnam veterans must make the ultimate choice: Stay in the questionable safety of the gym and pray for rescue... Or run, before the building is overtaken by the army of zombies waiting outside its doors. But running means leaving behind the other survivors with whom they have taken refuge, a terrified group who look to the heavily armed soldiers to defend them from the Plague of the Living Dead. The nerve-shattering climax, the fate of the soldiers and their ultimate decision will leave you breathless. And if you think you've guessed the ending of this 6-issue terror-thon, think again! It's a shocker that you won't soon forget! As well as the standard cover by super-star Jacen Burrows, this issue is available with a Wraparound, Terror, Rotting and Gore cover by series artist Dheeraj Verma and a painted cover by Lucio Rubira.

16 pages, $2.50.

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