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SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 2009

ONI PRESS FOR JUNE

RESURRECTION VOLUME 2 #1

Written by Marc Guggenheim, art by Justin Greenwood.

The ground-breaking series returns in a new, on-going full-color series! The invasion came swiftly and without warning. But after ten years of death and destruction raining down from above, the otherworldly oppressors have vanished. Why did the leave? Why did they attack in the first place? And where do the survivors go from here? Find out in this action-packed, intrigue-fueled new series!

32 pages, $3.99.

SALT WATER TAFFY VOLUME 3: THE TRUTH ABOUT DR. TRUE GN

Written and art by Matthew Loux.

Brothers Jack and Benny Putnam are being dragged against their will on a boring, summer-long vacation with their family in Chowder Bay. But what promises to be a very bleak summer quickly becomes a series of exciting adventures in one of the most mysterious places on earth! The boys investigate a 19th century murder, a famed elixir, and an unusual ghost. As with everything else in Chowder Bay, not everything is as it seems!

96 pages, black and white, $5.95.

STEPHEN COLBERT'S TEK JANSEN HC

Written by John Layman and Tom Peyer, art by Robbi Rodriguez.

Bursting out from the Comedy Central show, The Colbert Report -- it's Stephen Colbert's Tek Jansen! In this stunning continuation of Stephen Colbert's critically acclaimed, yet unpublished prose novel, everyone's favorite sci-fi hero must stand against the enemies of freedom no matter what dark planet they crawl from! This deluxe hardcover collects all ten Tek Jansen comic stories, including the Harvey Award-nominated "Invasion of the Optiklons" and "Horn Like Me"!

136 pages, $19.95.

UNION STATION GN (NEW EDITION)

Written by Ande Parks, art by Eduardo Barreto.

New Edition! Kansas City, 1933. Frank Nash is a petty criminal being escorted back into town by train. FBI agent Vetterli, waiting for the convoy at Union Station, is expecting a routine assignment. What happens at Union Station that day is a massacre, with no one knowing who really pulled the trigger first. Newspaper reporter, Charles Thompson, is a witness to the events at Union Station and begins a personal investigation that may cost the lives of him and his family. In the tradition of Torso and Road to Perdition, Union Station is the true story that started J. Edgar Hoover's "war on crime" crime and helped shape the FBI into the agency they are today.

128 pages, black and white, $11.95.

WASTELAND BOOK 4: DOG TRIBE GN

Written by Antony Johnston, art by Christopher J. Mitten.

The sci-fi western epic continues! Michael and Abi have resumed their search for A-Ree-Yass-I, leaving the city's troubles behind them. But before they can cross the wasteland they must face the Dog Tribes -- bands of nomads who live and die with hounds by their side. As two tribes go to war, Michael and Abi are caught in the middle!

104 pages, black and white, $11.95.




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