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Comic books October 2002

  • Vol. 2 #21
    Busted (1999 CBLDF) Vol. 2 #21
    Published Oct 2002 by CBLDF.

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    Official newsletter of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund. The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund is a non-profit organization protecting the First Amendment rights of the comics community. 16 pages, B&W.

  • Issue #3
    Call of Duty The Brotherhood (2002) 3

    cover by DAVID FINCH chuck austen (w)/david finch (p)/ART THIBERT (i) Marvel continues its big launch of 2002 with a new miniseries exploring the lives of New York City's firefighters! 32 PGS. with ads/FC/MARVEL PG 2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #2
    Call of Duty The Precinct (2002) 2

    cover by tom mandrake bruce jones (w)/tom mandrake (p & i) Marvel continues its big launch of 2002 with a new miniseries exploring the lives of New York City's police officers! 32 PGS. with ads/FC/MARVEL PG 2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #1
    Call of Duty The Wagon (2002) 1

    cover by DAVID FINCH chuck austen (w)/daniel zezelj (p) Marvel continues its big launch of 2002 with a new miniseries exploring the lives of New York City's EMS! What's it like to drive a speeding ambulance through the crowded concrete canyons of Marvel's Big Apple? THE CALL is coming in December, and this four-issue series -- featuring art by Daniel Zezelj (CAPTAIN AMERICA: DEAD MAN RUNNING) -- sets the stage! 32 PGS. with ads/FC/MARVEL PG 2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #9
    Cannon God Exaxxion (2001) 9

    by KENICHI SONODA; produced by STUDIO PROTEUS Cannon God Exaxxion is back! And now it's stacked from front to back! We've decided to start printing Kenichi Sonoda's fantastic series in double issues so you'll get more fighting action, more cute girls, and more shocking drama in every issue. It's 48 pages of bullet shells larger than tanks, tension thick as a brick, a sexy android girl who turns into a rocket-bike, and even a spicy pin-up! Hoichi was a normal Japanese teen-age boy until the day Aliens decided to take over the Earth. Now he's the only hope to save the planet. Fortunately he's got the help of his mad scientist grandpa, a team of sexy android ladies, and a giant robot armed to the teeth with the biggest cannon shells ever! But don't imagine that Kenichi Sonoda would let it be an easy fight, nor that all you'd get is cardboard characters and typical situations. Cannon God Exaxxion is full of colorful characters, harsh drama, and conflict only a teenager can create. It's a comic book that wraps super-hero tension, teen drama, giant robot action, brutal war, and silly sexiness all in one. It's Cannon God Exaxxion. MATURE READERS On sale September 16 b&w, 48pg . . . $3.99 Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #10
    Cannon God Exaxxion (2001) 10

    by KENICHI SONODA; produced by STUDIO PROTEUS From the creator of Gunsmith Cats, the animator of Bubblegum Crisis, comes a fantastic new series combining elements of those great Japanese imports, plus tons of anime in-jokes, crazy action, and a sci-fi plot that will knock your pants off! And now we're packing more of Kenichi Sonoda's superior art and story into every 48 page issue! The tension rises as Hoichi's school is the focus of attention. The occupying aliens have figured out that the kid in the gunsuit is connected to Hoichi's high school, and so they've begun a program of weeding out the possible perpetrators. What does it mean? You and Hoichi will find out, and it won't be pretty. Not at all. Find out what will make Hoichi so angry that he will be willing to go to war against the evil aliens, and get back into the giant robot, Exaxxion. MATURE READERS On sale October 16 b&w, 48pg . . . $3.99 Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #5
    Captain America (2002 4th Series) 5

    Painted cover art by John Cassaday. Warlords Part 2: Above the Law, script by John Ney Rieber, art by John Cassaday; Cap stops a terrorist attack on Washington DC, then argues with Nick Fury about the technology that allowed their leaders to kill the terrorists from afar. Marvel Comics subscription page with Punisher illustration. 36 pgs. $2.99. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #35
    Captain Marvel (1999 4th Series Marvel) 35

    cover by udon PETER DAVID (w). Art by Patrick Zircher, Rich Perotta & Scott Hanna.It's the last issue! Well, the last issue before next month's big relaunch! 32 PGS. with ads/FC/MARVEL PG2.50 Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #10
    Catwoman (2002 3rd Series) 10
    Published Oct 2002 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY ED BRUBAKER; ART BY BRAD RADER AND RICK BURCHETT; COVER BY SCOTT MORSE. Selina must bring herself perilously close to capture or even death as she tries to free a convicted killer from Death's Row. Who is this alleged criminal, and what could bring Catwoman to risk everything she's gained to free them from Gotham's "finest?" The answer lies buried somewhere in Selina's past. FC, 32 PG. $2.50 Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #283
    Cerebus (1977) 283

    by Dave Sim & Gerhard Latter Days: Part 18 (of 35) "Still Chasing YHWH"?The side-splitting sequel to last month's laff-a-minute, sleeper hit of the fall. Cerebus continues his study of obscure, sacred text Konigsberg, the not-so-good Samaritan has brought him. The countdown to issue 300 (March, 2004) continues... t-minus 17 and counting! b&w, 24pg $2.25 POSTSCRIPT: Back in December of 1977, little known Canadian artist Dave Sim sat down at his drafting table and came up with a cute little aardvark holding a sword. Little did he know then that 25 years later, that little earth-pig would be the model for all independent comics yet to come. Cerebus is closing in on it's final days as Sim has said from the beginning that it was to be a 300 issue "mini-series". We've seen Cerebus go from being a Conan-esque parody to a hard-hitting social and political satire and have seen Dave evolve from "one of those guys who does black and white comics" to one of the biggest proponents of creators' rights, and a figurehead of sorts for small press and independent comic books. In addition, we have seen the Cerebus comic change and transmogrify from being a traditional comic, to pure prose, to illustrated prose and back again. Also, I would be remiss not to mention the always wonderful letters page. As this monumental series winds down, issue 283 has just recently hit the stands, let's all take a moment to give a hearty handshake and "thank you" to the man who has taken us on a long and memorable journey by all sitting down and reading the beautiful tales he has given us. There's always a lot more to Cerebus than the ongoing Cerebus saga. You also get Dave Sim--smart, articulate, with plenty on his mind, and with no fear of expressing just what he thinks. Case in point is this issue of Cerebus. "Why Canada Slept," a three-part series appearing in Cerebus 283, 284 and 286, looks at the reaction of western democracies to 9/11 and ensuing events. If you've wondered why Canada and much of Europe have no stomach for facing down terrorism, Dave Sim's "Why Canada Slept" shines a bright light on this compelling issue. Here's to you Dave; thanks for the Cerebus memories and for having the courage to say what needs saying. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #1
    Ceres Celestial Legend Part 4 (2002) 1

    by Yû Watase The Mikage Organization has trapped Suzumi in a dream-state where she believes that her husband Kazuma is still alive. Will she return to reality or will she prefer to stay in her pleasant world of illusions? Also, meet Chidori Kuruma?a girl who has traveled across Japan just to find Yûhi. What could she want from him? b&w, 48pg (1 of 4) $3.50 Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #1
    Chamber (2002 X-Men Icons) 1

    Cover art by Chris Bachalo. The Hollow Man Chapter One, script by Brian K. Vaughan, pencils by Lee Ferguson, inks by Norm Rapmund; Chamber and Cyclops rescue young Nicholas Gleason from mutant hunters and bring him back to Xavier's School; After learning of the deaths of a group of mutants on the campus of Empire State University (whose progressive policies now include affirmative action for mutants), Chamber asks to go undercover as a student and discover what really happened; Chamber arrives at ESU and immediately befriends the reptilian looking Amber and has a run in with Magnetic North, a pro-Magneto faction of mutants on campus; He also meets with Gigi Martin, the leader of the Students for Tolerance and the human girlfriend of one of the mutants who was killed; After a long day of sleuthing (and a hearty argument with Walter, his wheelchair bound roommate), Jono heads for bed but is rudely awakened by someone shooting him multiple times in the chest. Marvel Comics series subscription page with Punisher illustration. 36 pgs. $2.99. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Chicago GN (2002-2003 Viz) 1-1ST
    Published Oct 2002 by Viz.

    Volume 1 - 1st printing. "Book of Self!" Story and art by Yumi Tamura. It is the middle of the 21st century and Tokyo is expanding more and more, filling Tokyo Bay with landfill to make room for the bursting population. But suddenly Tokyo suffers one of its greatest earthquakes, and the landfill liquefies, creating untold damage in the newly-made urban area. The members of Self-Defense Force Rescue Squad Four are attacked and murdered as they are sent to help. They start uncovering the mystery that killed their squad: with their first clue in the south-Shinjuku bar called Chicago. Softcover, 5 1/2-in. x 8-in., 200 pages, B&W. Cover price $15.95.

  • Issue #3-1ST
    Chobits GN (2002-2003) 3-1ST

    Volume 3 - 1st printing. Story and art by CLAMP. Computers are supposed to make people's lives easier, but as Hideki is quickly finding out, taking care of your computer can be a full-time job! Regardless, Hideki is thrilled to have a persocom of his own - the enigmatic Chi - even if she isn't as user-friendly as other computers. His friends tell him that Chi is a supercomputer, possibly a legendary Chobit - an AI. That would explain why she acts so human. Maybe she's a little too human. The more time Hideki spends with Chi, the more it feels like an actual relationship. But as Chi's feelings for Hideki intensify, she begins to unlock the secrets of her past ... secrets that are better left forgotten. Softcover, 5-in. x 7 1/2-in. 202 pages, B&W. NOTE: These are Japanese manga-style GNs and are meant to be read right-to-left. Cover price $9.99.

  • Vol. 34 #6
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    Published 2002 (est.) by Frederick S. Clarke.

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    Alias: You could say Sydney Bristow has her hands full: She has to fulfill her missions as an operative for the super-secret SD-6 agency, while reporting to the CIA about sinister doings at the rogue unit, while trying to reconcile conflicting emotions about her father - also a double agent - while cramming for her finals. About the only thing which is easy is ABC's decision to renew the addictive series for a second season. Edward Gross comes in from the cold with a report on behind-the-scenes doings on set, plus a first season program guide which should bring you up to speed for the sophomore outing. Top 25 Scream Kings: We'll do Scream Queens another day. Time for a bit of balance as Bryan Cairns rounds up the twenty-five actors who most readily populate our nightmares and make movie theaters safe for ghouls and other fright-thinking abominations. Plus, exclusive interviews with Bruce Campbell, Kane Hodder and Boris Karloff's daughter. Birds Of Prey: The nights only get darker in Gotham after Batman succumbs to the Joker and the daughters of the city's most stalwart crime fighters join forces to stem the rising tide of evil. Colin Kingston previews this new take on the comic-book classic. Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #91
    Cinefex (1980) 91
    Published Oct 2002 by Cinefex.

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    Minority Report? Filmmaker Steven Spielberg joins with superstar Tom Cruise to present the Philip K. Dick story of a futuristic law enforcement agency whose officers are able to detect and detain would-be criminals before they commit their crimes. Providing high-tech visual effects for the science fiction thriller is Industrial Light & Magic. Men In Black II ? Director Barry Sonnenfeld reunites with Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones for a new comedy adventure involving super-secret Men in Black agents Jay and Kay who must, once again, save the world from run-amuck aliens. Providing creatures and other effects for the film are multi-Oscar-winning makeup maestro Rick Baker and the digital artists of Industrial Light & Magic. Reign of Fire? Uneasy allies Matthew McConaughey and Christian Bale battle flying, fire-breathing dragons in a futuristic adventure from X-Files director Rob Bowman. Contributing the medieval-style monsters are effects artists from The Secret Lab. Spy Kids 1 & 2 ? We go behind the scenes with director Robert Rodriguez and the bare- bones effects artists responsible for the on-screen magic in the surprise hit films about a pair of remarkable kids who spend most of their time battling enemy agents and fanciful creatures. Don't miss it! (Cinefex) Magazine $9.50 Cover price $9.50.

  • Issue #65A
    Cinescape (1994) 65A
    Published Oct 2002 by Mania Ent..

    October 2002. Cover 1 of 2 - Hannibal Lecter. The crossroads of genre entertainment. In this issue: Anthony Hopkins and director Brett Ratner feed Hannibal Lecter in Red Dragon; Antonio Banderas goes ballistic in Ecks vs. Sever; Farscape's down-to-earth captain, Ben Browder; the Man of Steel flies again in Superman Lives; Star Wars gaming world attacked by the Clone Wars; John Carpenter looks back at The Fog; Andromeda's Lexa Doig; Dan O'Bannon returns to The Living Dead; Stephen Dorff logs on to FearDotCom; Fastlane's Peter Facinelli; Reservoir Dogs on DVD; anime fest coverage. Plus: The Hot List - the faces of the fall TV season. Also: The latest in TV, comics, DVD, music, books and games. Cover price $6.99.

  • Issue #65B
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    Published Oct 2002 by Mania Ent..

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    October 2002. Cover 2 of 2 - Clone Wars. The crossroads of genre entertainment. In this issue: Anthony Hopkins and director Brett Ratner feed Hannibal Lecter in Red Dragon; Antonio Banderas goes ballistic in Ecks vs. Sever; Farscape's down-to-earth captain, Ben Browder; the Man of Steel flies again in Superman Lives; Star Wars gaming world attacked by the Clone Wars; John Carpenter looks back at The Fog; Andromeda's Lexa Doig; Dan O'Bannon returns to The Living Dead; Stephen Dorff logs on to FearDotCom; Fastlane's Peter Facinelli; Reservoir Dogs on DVD; anime fest coverage. Plus: The Hot List - the faces of the fall TV season. Also: The latest in TV, comics, DVD, music, books and games. Cover price $6.99.

  • Issue #16
    Codename Knockout (2001) 16

    WRITTEN BY ROBERT RODI; ART BY ED BENES AND ALEX LEI; PAINTED COVER BY J.G. JONES In stores August 28. "Amok in America" Part 1 of 3. Angela returns to California for a showdown with G.O.O.D. Meanwhile, the woman who has shadowed her life since the series began goes on a rampage in New York. Plus, Anita Manaday confronts Damon Devlin about their terrible shared secret. All this, and Go-Go goes skinny- dipping! MATURE READERS FC, 32 PG. $2.50 Cover price $2.75.

  • Issue #22
    Comic Book Artist (1998 1st Series) 22

    This issue of CBA digs up the treasures of Gold Key Comics! Behind a beautiful, new Bruce Timm cover painting featuring the comic imprint's greatest hero, Magnus Robot Fighter, we feature interviews and examinations of not only Magnus creator and renowned Tarzan artist Russ Manning, but also Wally Wood and his Total War M.A.R.S. Patrol; the Tarzan of Jesse Marsh; the irrepressible creative team of artist Jesse Santos and writer Don Glut and their superlative '70s titles, Dagar and Dr. Spektor; Turok, Son of Stone's Alberto Giolitti and Paul S. Newman. Plus, Doctor Solar, Boris Karloff, The Twilight Zone, and lots more, including a look at the cartoon comics via a talk with writer Mark Evanier, and a definitive company history! Nobody does comprehensive company retrospectives like CBA ? don't miss it! (TwoMorrows Publishing) Magazine, 116pg, b&w$6.95 Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #7
    Comic Book Heaven Volume 2 7

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    Stories, art and cover by Scott Saavedra. Saavedras acclaimed magazine celebrating the oddball side of comics culture. Hippies; "Loco-weed;" More mermaids; MAD; Romantic Customs according to old comics; Jumble! (a compilation of random comic book fun); Me Am Weird reviews of strange old comics. 5.5-in. x 8.5-in. 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #95A
    Comic Book Marketplace (1991) 95A

    It was way back in 1928 when Hollywood discovered a brand new star who was destined to become a worldwide favorite who would neve grow old. Born on a train going from Kansas City to Hollywood, his name was Mickey Mouse. Soon, his immense popularity at the Box Office led to a starring role in the daily comic strips, and then to the color Sunday sections. Mickey Mouse magazines and Big Little Books, wristwatches, Lionel train cars, and countless other commercial endorsements followed. He finally got his own regular comic book series with Walt Disney's Comics and Stories and Dell one-shots. As other genres of comics came and went, the popularity of Mickey, Donal Duck, and the other Disney characters remained strong with comic book readers. Revived in the 1980s and 90s by Bruce Hamilton's Gladstone Comics, these classic stories became available to a new generation of comic book readers. In CBM #95, publisher/entrepreneur Hamilton reviews this fascinating history with the help of CBM's own Michael Naiman, including 16 full color pages of classic Disney images. Don't miss it! NOTE: Previous orders for this issue have been cancelled. Please order this issue with the July 2002 product codes. COVER A: WDC&S #108$5.95 COVER B: WDC&S #45$5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #95B
    Comic Book Marketplace (1991) 95B

    It was way back in 1928 when Hollywood discovered a brand new star who was destined to become a worldwide favorite who would neve grow old. Born on a train going from Kansas City to Hollywood, his name was Mickey Mouse. Soon, his immense popularity at the Box Office led to a starring role in the daily comic strips, and then to the color Sunday sections. Mickey Mouse magazines and Big Little Books, wristwatches, Lionel train cars, and countless other commercial endorsements followed. He finally got his own regular comic book series with Walt Disney's Comics and Stories and Dell one-shots. As other genres of comics came and went, the popularity of Mickey, Donal Duck, and the other Disney characters remained strong with comic book readers. Revived in the 1980s and 90s by Bruce Hamilton's Gladstone Comics, these classic stories became available to a new generation of comic book readers. In CBM #95, publisher/entrepreneur Hamilton reviews this fascinating history with the help of CBM's own Michael Naiman, including 16 full color pages of classic Disney images. Don't miss it! NOTE: Previous orders for this issue have been cancelled. Please order this issue with the July 2002 product codes. COVER A: WDC&S #108$5.95 COVER B: WDC&S #45$5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #73
    Comicopia (fanzine) 73

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  • Issue #1507
    Comics Buyer's Guide (1971) 1507

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    This issue of the world's longest-running magazine about comics includes the following: an article about the forthcoming "Hush" story arc in Batman; Catching Up with Howard Shum by Mike Baron; a piece on Archie Comics' Reggie; 9/11 a year later by Peter David; plus the usual reviews, news items, and more. Includes letter by Trina Robbins. October 4, 2002. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #1508
    Comics Buyer's Guide (1971) 1508

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    This issue of the world's longest-running magazine about comics includes the following: an article about Marvel's The Truth; Catching Up with David Michelinie; the legacy of Charle Biro; plus the usual reviews, news items, and more. October 11, 2002. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #1509
    Comics Buyer's Guide (1971) 1509

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    This issue of the world's longest-running magazine about comics includes the following: a piece on Marvel's no reprint policy; Crossgen's The Crossovers; Catching Up with Frank Cho; plus the usual reviews, news items, and more. October 18, 2002. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #1510
    Comics Buyer's Guide (1971) 1510

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    This issue of the world's longest-running magazine about comics includes the following: the results of the McFarlane/Gaiman court case; a piece on the animated Duck Dodgers and Teen Titans; an article about DC's Metropolis mini-series; Catching Up with Mike Grell by Mike Baron; an article on the Unknown Soldier; plus the usual reviews, news items, and more. October 25, 2002. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #150
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    Alex Ross on JLA, Joe Kubert's Tex, Charlton, Global Frequency, Buffy, CSI, Marvel UK, Judge Dredd. JLA cover by Alex Ross. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #247
    Comics Journal (1977) 247

    A year after 9/11, the comics community's response to the tragedy is examined by Ruben Bolling (Tom the Dancing Bug), Ted Rall, R. Fiore, Rich Kreiner and others. Interview with British cartoonist and activist Donald Rooum. Plus reviews, comics, letters, and news. Black and white; 128 pages. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #198
    Comics Revue (1984-2009 Comics Interview) 198

    Featuring: Tarzan at the Earth's Core by Burne Hogarth! Also featuring: Little Orphan Annie by Harold Gray, Flash Gordon by Dan Barry, Casey Ruggles by Warren Tufts, Alley Oop by V. T. Hamlin, Modesty Blaise by Peter O'Donnell, Steve Canyon by Milton Caniff, Barnaby by Crockett Johnson, The Phantom by Lee Falk & Ray Moore, Gasoline Alley by Dick Moores, Krazy Kat by George Herriman, and Buz Sawyer by Roy Crane. (Manuscript Press) Magazine Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #3563
    Commando for Action and Adventure (1993 U.K.) 3563

    Weekly British War comics digest. "'Attacking Now!'" Softcover, 5 1/2-in. x 6 1/2-in., 68 pages, B/W.

  • Issue #3564
    Commando for Action and Adventure (1993 U.K.) 3564

    Weekly British War comics digest. "Eyes that see in the Dark" Softcover, 5 1/2-in. x 6 1/2-in., 68 pages, B/W.

  • Issue #3565
    Commando for Action and Adventure (1993 U.K.) 3565

    Weekly British War comics digest. "Inside Information" Softcover, 5 1/2-in. x 6 1/2-in., 68 pages, B/W.

  • Issue #3566
    Commando for Action and Adventure (1993 U.K.) 3566

    Weekly British War comics digest. "The Man in Grey" Softcover, 5 1/2-in. x 6 1/2-in., 68 pages, B/W.

  • Issue #3567
    Commando for Action and Adventure (1993 U.K.) 3567

    Weekly British War comics digest. "No Place to Hide!" Softcover, 5 1/2-in. x 6 1/2-in., 68 pages, B/W.

  • Issue #3568
    Commando for Action and Adventure (1993 U.K.) 3568

    Weekly British War comics digest. "Silent Strike" Softcover, 5 1/2-in. x 6 1/2-in., 68 pages, B/W.

  • Issue #3569
    Commando for Action and Adventure (1993 U.K.) 3569

    Weekly British War comics digest. "Survival Mission" Softcover, 5 1/2-in. x 6 1/2-in., 68 pages, B/W.

  • Issue #3570
    Commando for Action and Adventure (1993 U.K.) 3570

    Weekly British War comics digest. "Legion of Honour" Softcover, 5 1/2-in. x 6 1/2-in., 68 pages, B/W.

  • Issue #3-1ST
    Cowboy Bebop GN (2002 A Tokyopop Digest) 3-1ST

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    Volume 3 - 1st printing.

    Written by Hajime Yatate. Art and cover by Yutaka Nanten.

    The exciting misadventures of the motliest crew of bounty hunters this side of Ganymede, as currently seen on Cartoon Network! Cowboy Bebop blends science fiction, spaghetti western, film noir, and jazz music into a new genre that's all about style. The manga by Yutaka Nanten features four all-new misadventures of Spike, Jet, Faye, Ed, and Ein as they chase after some of their most bizarre bounties ever!

    Softcover, 5 1/2-in. x 7-in., 184 pages, B&W.

    NOTE: These are Japanese manga-style GNs and are meant to be read right-to-left.

    Cover price $9.99.

  • Issue #3-REP
    Cowboy Bebop GN (2002 A Tokyopop Digest) 3-REP

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    Volume 3 - 2nd and later printings.

    Written by Hajime Yatate. Art and cover by Yutaka Nanten.

    The exciting misadventures of the motliest crew of bounty hunters this side of Ganymede, as currently seen on Cartoon Network! Cowboy Bebop blends science fiction, spaghetti western, film noir, and jazz music into a new genre that's all about style. The manga by Yutaka Nanten features four all-new misadventures of Spike, Jet, Faye, Ed, and Ein as they chase after some of their most bizarre bounties ever!

    Softcover, 5 1/2-in. x 7-in., 184 pages, B&W.

    NOTE: These are Japanese manga-style GNs and are meant to be read right-to-left.

    Cover price $9.99.

  • Issue #18
    Crusades (2001 DC/Vertigo) 18

    Written by Steven T. Seagle. Art by Kelley Jones & Ron Randall. Cover by Aron Wiesenfeld. In her new job as a journalist, Venus works undercover as a barmaid for Society for Creative Anachronism, and attempts to gather evidence against the Pope. She is also able to find another entrance to the tunnels under the Presidio and rescue Cela and the Knight. Starring: The Knight, Anton Marx, April Marx, Venus Kostopikas, Addas Petronas, the Pope, Father Trinidad, Christine Steele, Cela and Duane. 32 pages, full color. Mature Readers. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #18
    Crux (2001) 18

    By Dixon, A. Smith, Epting, and D'Armata. With the help of the Atlanteans, Thraxis frees the buried alien spacecraft and pilots it to Atlantis. Tug and the others work to free the hundreds of their comrades still in millennia-long slumber. Meanwhile, Geromi has some very unusual friends he wants Zephyre and Verityn to meet. FC, 32pgs. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #85
    Cult Times (1995) 85

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    Farscape, Chris Carter (X-Files), Charisma Carpenter, Shiri Appleby, Witchblade, Odyssey 5. Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Cybertronian Beast Wars The Unofficial Transformers Recognition Guide SC (2002) 1-1ST

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    Cybertronian: Beast Wars - The Unofficial Transformers Recognition Guide - Volume 1 - 1st printing. A special Beast Wars edition of Cybertronian TRG, covering the first two series of Beast Wars, plus the Kay Bee-exclusive line Machine Wars. As always, accessories and variations will be covered along with tech specs and exclusive toys. Also included will be a detailed episode guide for the first two seasons of the Beast Wars TV series with a cast list of characters and voice actors. With a series-by-series checklist and a detailed history into all aspects of the Beast years of Transformers, this edition is a must for any Trans-Fan! Softcover, 6 1/2-in. x 9 1/2-in., 96 pages, full color. Cover price $24.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    D20 System Enchanted Locations HC (2002 Fast Forward) 1-1ST

    1st printing. Written by James M. Ward and William. W Connors. Maps, maps and more maps! Magical castles, enchanted pools, and arcane mountains are completely mapped out in this product with deadly and enchanted locations and wondrous maps perfect for any fantasy campaign. Magical portals lead to strange chambers and even stranger lands. Armies of undead guard a dark castle, but no one knows why they stand guard there. When wizards die they leave behind huge castles on lonely cliffs. All of these adventure opportunities are completely detailed and ready to play for any fantasy campaign. Each spread contains adventure locations with details on its denizens, traps and treasure, with a full map rendered in detail containing all the items found within. This handy tome puts together one of the most difficult tasks a game master faces - that of creating maps for each encounter! Hardcover, 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 160 pages, Text (with B&W Illustrations) Cover price $29.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Danger Girl Ultimate Collection TPB (2002 Wildstorm) 1-1ST

    1st printing. Collects Danger Girl (1998) #1-7. Written by J. Scott Campbell and Andy Hartnell. Art and cover by J. Scott Campbell. All seven issues of the first volume of DANGER GIRL are collected in this sizzling collection that also features the ultra-rare introductory short story from the NEW HORIZONS VOYAGER PACK (originally polybagged with GEN13 Volume One #25). Plus, a complete cover gallery, an amazing sketchbook section, and an introduction by noted actor and DANGER GIRL fan Bruce Campbell (Army of Darkness, Xena)! Softcover, 262 pages, full color. Cover price $19.95.

  • Issue #36
    Daredevil (1998 2nd Series) 36

    Cover art by Alex Maleev. One Hundred Percent Untrue, script by Brian Michael Bendis, art by Alex Maleev; Matt denies to the press that he and Daredevil are one and the same; The Widow tries to coax Matt into going out with her as DD but is turned down flat; Matt meets with Vanessa who informs him that she is leaving the country for good and has sold the Kingpin's business to an unnamed buyer; Elektra shows up for a last panel confrontation with Matt. 36 pgs. $2.99. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    DC Archive Editions Enemy Ace HC (2002-2006 DC) 1-1ST

    Volume 1 - 1st printing. Collects Enemy Ace stories from Our Army at War (1952-1977) #151-155, Showcase (1956-1978) #57-58, and Star-Spangled War Stories (1952-1977) #138-142. Written by Robert Kanigher. Art and cover by Joe Kubert. Enemy Ace - one of the first regular features in comics to showcase stories of war told from the viewpoint of the "enemy!" This hardcover stars Baron Hans Von Hammer, the greatest fighter pilot of World War I. Hardcover, 224 pages, full color. Cover price $49.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    DC Comics Guide to Coloring and Lettering SC (2002) 1-1ST

    1st printing. By Mark Chiarello and Todd Klein. Introduction by Jim Steranko. America's leading comic book publisher brings its superstar creators and classic characters to the fourth in an authoritative series of books on how to create comics. Acclaimed comic book illustrator Mark Chiarello and award-winning letterer Todd Klein demonstrate dozens of surefire strategies, practical techniques, and professional secrets for dynamic comic book coloring and lettering. They use DC's world-famous characters to demonstrate an array of techniques, covering such topics as the pros and cons of lettering by hand or by computer, creating balloons and fonts, logo designs, working with color, and creating special effects. The animated step-by-step instructions are informative, stimulating, and clear enough for even beginners to follow. In addition, every technique shown in this guide conforms to up-to-date industry standards. The perfect how-to on everything coloring and lettering, this one-stop sourcebook is packed with a wealth of tested techniques, practical advice, and professional secrets for the aspiring comic artist. Softcover, 8-in. x 10 1/2-in., 144 pages, B&W. Cover price $19.95.