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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2010

ARCHAIA COMICS FOR MAY

MOUSE GUARD: LEGENDS OF THE GUARD #1

Written and art by Jeremy Bastian, Alex Sheikman, Ted Naifeh and David Petersen.

Inside the June Alley Inn, located in the western mouse city of Barkstone, mice gather to tell tales, each trying to outdo the other. A competition, of sorts, begins. The rules: Every story must contain one truth, one lie, and have never been told in that tavern before. Legends of the Guard is a new Mouse Guard anthology series with artists and storytellers handpicked by creator David Petersen.

24 pages, $3.50.

FRAGGLE ROCK #2

Written by Leigh Dragoon and Grace Randolph, art by Jake Myler and Whitney Leith.

It's time for another trip to Jim Henson's Fraggle Rock with Gobo, Red, Wembley, Mokey, Boober and the rest of the gang! In a lead story from Lulu Award-winning writer Leigh Dragoon and Undertown artist Jake Myler, a cat gets lost in Fraggle Rock and the Fraggles must overcome fear, work together and run like the wind to get it back into Outer Space! Then join everyone's favorite workaholics as we learn how to party Doozer-style in a fun backup story written by Grace Randolph and drawn by Whitney Leith.

32 pages, $3.95.

THE KILLER: MODUS VIVENDI #3

Written by Matz, art by Luc Jacamon.

Cuba. Our Killer is in Havana, his target a special commissioner in charge of the oil business. He begins to suspect that his job is one designed to further US strategic interests, and he begins to wonder at the true identity and motives of his employers. He begins to play a double game; a dangerous gambit already, complicated further by his Cuban case officer, the beautiful Katia.

32 pages, $3.95.

OKKO: THE CYCLE OF AIR #3

Written and art by Hub.

Okko the ronin may have been saved from death in his duel with the demon-driven bunraku, but without his right hand, can he still be the samurai he once was?

32 pages, $3.95.

THE SECRET HISTORY BOOK TEN

Written by Jean-Pierre Pecau, art by Igor Kordey.

The Black Stone. 1926: Curtis and Lawrence try in vain to recover the black ivory, but the Road to Kor is closed to them thanks to Ibn Saud, the new master of Arabia. Meanwhile, in Soviet Ukraine, Itzhak fights alongside the partisan anarchists, and then flees to Siberia. He moves along the Tunguska River, on the same track followed 17 years earlier by Rasputin, with Baron Sebottendorff on his trail.

48 pages, $5.95.



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