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THURSDAY, MAY 21, 2009

DEVIL'S DUE PUBLISHING FOR AUGUST

MERCY SPARX: UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT #2

Written by Josh Blaylock, art by Matt Merhoff, cover by Joel Herrera.

ith all Mercy has been through, she never thought that she'd be under employee of Heaven's renegade Angels. With her new assignment from the žescape artistÓ angel, Colopatiron to aide in finding his lost keys, she's going to face something way worse than eternity in hell...

32 pages, $3.50.

SHEENA, QUEEN OF THE JUNGLE VOL. 3: RETURN OF THE JAGUAR MEN #1

Written by Steven De. Souza, art by Rebekah Isaacs, cover by Kalman Andrasofsky.

All the rumblings through Sheena's life are finally coming to realization as a high society gala she's attending as her alter ego, Rachelle Cardwell is abruptly crashed by a sinister cult, the Jaguar Men! This sort of thing always seems to follow Sheena around, but the fact that our heroin is singled out as their target makes this just a bit more difficult. To make matters worse, the Jaguar men know only Sheena, and Rachelle Cardwell is forced to let go of her secret double identity!

32 pages, $3.50.

BARACK THE BARBARIAN: QUEST FOR THE TREASURE OF STIMULI #3

Written by Larry Hama with Tim Seeley, art and cover by Chris Schons.

Barack escapes from the horrific Pit of Punditry and battles his way past eldritch threats and byzantine obstacles to reach the pinnacle of the Elephant Tower whilst The Old Warrior and Red Sarah nip at his heels. At the top of the tower Boosh and his evil vizier cast down spells and aspersions.

32 pages, $3.50.

BARACK THE BARBARIAN POSTER: RED SARAH

Art by Tim Seeley.

The infamous Red Sara variant cover from DDP's own Barack the Barbarian is now available as a poster! The female sword smith companion to the "Old Warrior" is just as smart as she is sexy.

18x24, $5.99.

I AM LEGION TP

Written by Fabien Nury, art and cover by John Cassaday.

World War II rages as two supernatural entities pursue collide in a conflict hinged on ideologies and the lives of men. The outcome will decide the end of the war itself! Beneath it all, the Nazi pursue a project called "LEGION," centering on a young Romanian girl with powerful abilities.

176 pages, $18.99.

OLYMPUS #3

Written by Geoff Johns and Kris Grimminger, art and cover by Butch Guice.

Prophecy has led our cast to the very brink of earth and they know just what they have to do to bring the chaos surrounding them to an end: they must take Pandora's box to the very heart of Olympus and place it back at its resting point. Sounds easy, if it weren't for betrayal, monsters and the Gods themselves standing in their way!

32 pages, $3.50.

ZOMBIES THAT ATE THE WORLD #6

Written by Jerry Frissen, art and cover by Guy Davis.

Continuing Frissen's dark comedy about love, lust, adventure and most of all... Zombies! Featuring the world's most dysfunctional family in Pop Pop Art part 2! Our heroes are able to handle deadly Zombies no problem, but just how are they when forced with a "polite" family dinner? Find out in this issue!

32 pages, $3.50.

HACK/SLASH ANNUAL #2 FEAT. THE SUICIDE GIRLS

Written by Tim Seeley, art by Seeley and Jeffery Brown, cover by Seeley.

It's one year later and the memories of those who were lost at the hands of the cyber-killer, D10bolik are still painful in the hearts of those closest to the deceased. However, on this anniversary, someone wants more than just a memory and decides to fight the afterlife in the form of a Robo-host for one of the fallen Suicide Girls' souls. Enter Cassie and Vlad to throw the žoffÓ switch!

48 pages, $5.50.

THE ART OF HACK/SLASH TP

Art by Tim Seeley, Emily Stone, Ross Campbell, Joe Jusko and various. Cover by Seeley.

Collecting the best covers, pin-ups, sketches and all around awesome Hack/Slash art into one impressive collectible art book. These pages are the perfect size for removal and framing!

48 pages, $19.99.

HACK/SLASH #26

Written by Tim Seeley, art by Bryan Baugh, covers by Seeley and Nick Percival.

Santa Muerte is a religious figure revered all over Mexico as a Saint of good luck and love. But sightings of her in Chicago are coinciding with the return of a fierce slasher known as Julian the Mosaic Man, the first slasher Cassie and Vlad ever faced together! Who's playing goddess, and can Cas put her old enemy back into the ground before he turns the city agains Vlad?

32 pages, $3.50.



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