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FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 2010



Written by Phil Hester, art by David Marquez, cover by Alex Ross.

Archaia and Roddenberry Productions present the thrilling sequel to Days Missing. Days Missing: Kestus continues the saga of The Steward, a mysterious being whose ability to "fold" days of time has resulted in critical human events being absent from our historical record. Their existence is not rememberedÉbut the occurrences of these days have forever changed the course of our evolution.

Since humanity's birth, The Steward has stood as a guiding force for our species. But now, he is not alone! The emergence of the ancient being, Kestus, may put everything he knows in question, and the future of those he means to protect in jeopardy.

32 pages, $3.95.


Written by Swifty Lang, art and cover by Michael Lapinski.

This new series is ripped right out of the real-life drama unfolding on the Mexico-Arizona border. Feeding Round reaches a large and diverse audience no matter tour personal POV on the issue. In this factious story, a famine caused by Blackwell Industries drives Diego Busqueda, a noble "coyote," to lead a band of Mexican border crossers across the unforgiving Devil's Highway, a desert cursed with blistering days and deadly nights. Back home, Diego's daughter Flaca discovers that something hungrier prowls the factory fields. Stalked and persecuted, can the Busqueda family maintain their dreams of immigration or will the horrors of the desert tear them apart? Also included is 24 pages of bonus content in Spanish!

48 pages, $3.95.


Written, art and cover by David Petersen.

Mouse Guard returns with The Black Axe, a third volume to be told in six bi-monthly issues. Set in 1115, this prequel to Mouse Guard: Fall 1152 fulfills the promise the wise oldfur Celanawe made to Lieam the day his paw first touched the Black Axe: to tell the young warrior about the mouse who first wielded the deadly weapon. The arrival of distant kin takes Celanawe on an adventure that will carry him across the sea to uncharted waters and lands, all while unraveling the legend of Farrer, the blacksmith who forged the mythic Black Axe.

24 pages, $3.50.


Written by Michael McMillian, art and cover by Anna Wieszczyk.

Things are heating up at the House at Dupont Circle. What is the Prophecy of the Pendragon? What Occult weapon threatens the fate the United States... for the second time? And what exactly is an Astral Amplifier? Lucid 2 takes you one more giant leap into the strange world of Matthew Dee as the novice Combat Mage races against the clock to prevent President's Day from becoming a National Day of Mourning!

24 pages, $3.95.


Written by Andrew E. C. Gaska, art and cover by Daniel Dussault.

The dramatic conclusion to the first mini-series! The gravitic drive vessel Black Rabbit is on the pad for its earthborn launch to new worlds! Prime Minister Blacklytter bans public transmission of the lift off! The Wraith infiltrates the launch bay with the intent of hijacking the starship! Young John Adams makes a stand for his beliefs, and pays the ultimate price! Disaster strikes New Bombay, heralding the end of Hope itself! Angel Rei stares long and hard into a bottle of sleeping pills! Countess Watwani races to stop her husband from committing genocide! All this, and Coney, Eryc and Pandita find their flight out-system blocked by a police force! As all points converge, will Thomm finally realize his grandparents' dream of a new beginning for mankind, and a future amongst the stars?

40 pages, $3.95.


Written by Matz, art and cover by Luc Jacamon.

In Venezuela, our Killer has made a pact with the Cubans, leading a campaign of assassinations against a military junta. It's a crusade of sorts, and well out of character for a stonehearted executioner. So has the Killer finally woken to the world, to a cause? Or, as his buddy Mariano suggests, is his heart just being manipulated by the bewitching Cuban officer, Katia?

32 pages, $3.95.


Written by Jean-Pierre PŽcau, art by Igor Kordey, colored by Leonard O'Grady, cover by Manchu and Olivier Vatine.

The Watchers. 1945. The two atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki seem to have put an end to the evil plots of William of Lecce. In liberated Paris, Daniel Rosenthal, a survivor of the death camps, learns how to live again. He owes his survival to a "star," a strange tarot card given to him by the surrealist poet Robert Desnos in the Terez’n concentration camp, who also told him about the mysterious cabaret, L'Arcane 17. Daniel begins a descent into a world he did not know existed and into a story that the textbooks do not teach: the secret history.

48 pages, $5.95.


Written by John R. Fultz, illustrated by Roel Wielinga, colors by Joel Jason O'Chua, cover by Roel Wielinga.

A pair of human infants are abandoned in the depths of an ancient forest and adopted by the strange creatures called Woodfolk. Driniel (Moon) is the night-wanderer, dancing with the Darkling spirits of the deep groves, summoning demons for his arcane pleasures. Alleyar (Sun) is the flame of valor, rising to esteem in the ranks of the Woodfolk hunters and taming a fierce beast with his sorcery. The Woodking's daughter, Princess Vega, must choose between her twin lovers as they are exiled into the savage world of Man. More than human, less than gods, these misfit brothers will change the worlds of Gods and Mortals forever as they uncover the secrets of their own past and parentage.

128 pages, $19.95.


Written and art by Hub.

It is the Spring of 1110 in the official calendar of the Pajan Empire. Okko is called upon to assist the daughter of Lady Mayudama, who has retreated into a profound silence. The best doctors have been unable to provide even a diagnosis of her condition. Okko may prove to be her last resort. But a strange force that has been prowling around the region for over a week has also arranged a meeting with the ronin for a duel of incomparable violence... Collects all four issues of Okko: The Cycle of Air miniseries.

108 pages, $19.95.

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