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Comic books January 2003

  • Issue #5
    Vampire Yui Vol. 05 (2002) 5

    By Narumi Kakinouchi. The sakura still have Rasa ensnared in dreams, much to Shiki's frustration. So he begins a terrible battle with Nagi, cheating of course, trying to destroy each obstacle in his path to controlling the pond and destroying Yuki. 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #16A
    Vampirella (2001 2nd Comic Series) 16A

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    girl locked up behind bars. by Jay Faerber & Matthew Clark THE PACK: Part 2 (of 4)?There's been another vicious and bloody attack, and the police haven't got a clue as to what's going on. Vampirella follows up her own investigation, but finds herself hauled into jail based on one of the detective's general suspicion of her. The werewolves, though, regroup and intend to seek out and destroy the one person that's been getting in their way: Vampirella! Written by Jay Faerber (Noble Causes), with the art of Matthew Clark (Felon). Regular Cover by Amanda Conner (The Pro), with a special Limited Edition cover by Karl Waller (Obergeist). A Vampirella Model Photo cover is also available. Both "limited" cover versions are limited to 1,500 copies. REGULAR COVER?FC, 32pg$2.99 LIMITED COVER?FC, 32pg$9.95 PHOTO COVER?FC, 32pg$9.95 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #16B
    Vampirella (2001 2nd Comic Series) 16B

    Girl crouching over weird monster thing. by Jay Faerber & Matthew Clark THE PACK: Part 2 (of 4)?There's been another vicious and bloody attack, and the police haven't got a clue as to what's going on. Vampirella follows up her own investigation, but finds herself hauled into jail based on one of the detective's general suspicion of her. The werewolves, though, regroup and intend to seek out and destroy the one person that's been getting in their way: Vampirella! Written by Jay Faerber (Noble Causes), with the art of Matthew Clark (Felon). Regular Cover by Amanda Conner (The Pro), with a special Limited Edition cover by Karl Waller (Obergeist). A Vampirella Model Photo cover is also available. Both "limited" cover versions are limited to 1,500 copies. REGULAR COVER?FC, 32pg$2.99 LIMITED COVER?FC, 32pg$9.95 PHOTO COVER?FC, 32pg$9.95 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #16C
    Vampirella (2001 2nd Comic Series) 16C

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    Limited "Model" Photo cover. by Jay Faerber & Matthew Clark THE PACK: Part 2 (of 4)?There's been another vicious and bloody attack, and the police haven't got a clue as to what's going on. Vampirella follows up her own investigation, but finds herself hauled into jail based on one of the detective's general suspicion of her. The werewolves, though, regroup and intend to seek out and destroy the one person that's been getting in their way: Vampirella! Written by Jay Faerber (Noble Causes), with the art of Matthew Clark (Felon). Regular Cover by Amanda Conner (The Pro), with a special Limited Edition cover by Karl Waller (Obergeist). A Vampirella Model Photo cover is also available. Both "limited" cover versions are limited to 1,500 copies. REGULAR COVER?FC, 32pg$2.99 LIMITED COVER?FC, 32pg$9.95 PHOTO COVER?FC, 32pg$9.95 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #1
    Venture (2002 2nd Series) 1

    (W) Jay Faerber (A) Jamal Igle (C) Jamal Igle The Concept: Enterprising young reporter Reggie Baxter has found the story of the century in Joe Campbell, a superhuman immortal with a Good Samaritan complex. Problem is, Joe wants to avoid the spotlight at all costs. Undaunted, Reggie comes up with a compromise: Joe will create a super-hero identity, and Reggie will document his activities. Now the attention-starved Reggie and the publicity-shy Joe have to work together to make this business venture succeed. This Issue: After failing to have yet another of his paranormal articles picked up by the LA Register, Reggie Baxter accepts the more mundane task of interviewing the girlfriend of an escaped convict. But Reggie doesn't know that this snoozer of an assignment is going to lead to the story of his career! Catch the amazing first issue of this new monthly series, co- created by writer Jay Faerber (Noble Causes, Robotech) and artist Jamal Igle (G.I. Joe, Supergirl, Green Lantern). FC 32pp $2.95 Ongoing monthly series Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #133
    Veronica (1989) 133

    By Dan Parent. "Little Ron on the Prairie": When a guest-speaker in school tells how he gave up the corporate life to become a frontiersman, Veronica wants no part of the rugged life... until the man introduces his ruggedly handsome son, that is! She better get used to it - she's been chosen to live with the wilderness family for two weeks - away from all her modern conveniences... and write a report on it! FC, 32pgs. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #1
    Vertigo Pop! London (2003) 1

    WRITTEN BY PETER MILLIGAN; ART AND COVER BY PHILIP BOND In stores November 6. Rocky Lamont ? rock 'n' roll legend ? has seen it all. Fame, fortune, armies of adoring groupies, mind-bending drugs. But now, after nearly forty years at the forefront of pop royalty, Rocky has turned sixty and his youth is gone. Or is it? A long-forgotten gift from an Eastern guru may hold the key to restoring Rocky's vigor, but at what unholy price? And what does all of this mean for a talentless young street-singer? For more information, see the feature article. MATURE READERS FC, 32 PG. (1 OF 4) $2.95 Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #91
    Video Watchdog (1990) 91

    This issue includes the following: reviews of Roger Corman's Vampire Collection, Desire Under the Palms, Odd Triangle, The Layout, Ghost World, The House that Dripped Blood, The Rape of the Vampire, Angel Dust, and more. Cover depicts Anthony Perkins in Edge of Sanity. Cover price $6.50.

  • Issue #4
    Vision (2002 Marvel) 4
    Published Jan 2003 by Marvel.

    Avengers Icons: The Vision #4. Dogfight - Written by Geoff Johns. Art by Ivan Reis, Joe Pimentel and Oclair Albert. Computer Generated Cover by Brian Haberlin. Straight from the pages of THE AVENGERS, the spooky synthezoid sails into the spotlight in this concluding chapter! Characters in this issue: The Vision; Victoria Anderson; Derek Hoffman; Steve Hoffman; The Gremlin. 32 pages, full color. Marvel PG Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Visual Storytelling The Art and Technique HC (2003) 1-1ST

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    Deluxe Edition - Signed and numbered by Tony C. Caputo, Jim Steranko, and Harlan Ellison - 1st printing. By Tony C. Caputo. Introduction by Harlan Ellison. Featuring a special essay by Jim Steranko. Filled with fascinating illustrations from such legendary comic book luminaries as Andrew Loomis, Jeff Smith, Neal Adams, Mat Nastos, Terry Moore, and Wally Wood, this step-by-step guide demonstrates everything an aspiring visual media artist needs to know in order to master sequential art. Hardcover, 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 208 pages, B&W. NOTE: Limited to 1,000 copies. Cover price $49.95.

  • Issue #1
    War Story The Reivers (2003) 1

    WRITTEN BY GARTH ENNIS; ART BY CAM KENNEDY; COVER DESIGN BY TERRY MARKS In stores November 13. A new batch of WAR STORY tales from Garth Ennis begins. THE REIVERS tells the story of an SAS (Special Forces) unit fighting Germans in the North African desert during World War II. A unit led by two young officers: Barclay, a by-the-numbers soldier who just wants the job done right, and Nixon, a reckless breakneck who seems to revel in the chaos of war. Their struggle for control of the unit ultimately determines the success or failure of their missions, and literally the life or death of the men in their charge. For more information, see the feature article. MATURE READERS FC, 64 PG. $4.95 Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #184
    Wargames Illustrated 184

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  • Issue #63
    Warhammer Monthly (1998) 63

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    Stories by Various. Art by Various. From the insane ramblings of the madman comes the giant Warhammer Monthly Christmas Special! The worlds of fantasy and science fiction collide, leaving your favorite Warhammer characters as youre never seen them before! Dont miss Ephrael von Stern -- Sister of Sigmar, Ulli & Marquand of the Penal Legion, Bloodquest with a twist and many, many more! Plus, theres a fantastic mix of strips, features and a whole lot more! As well as a double cover featuring stunning artwork, this issue is even longer than usual, allowing us to cram in even more carnage, mayhem and adventure! 68 pages, B&W. (Note: Some issues may be polybagged with card.) Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #64
    Warhammer Monthly (1998) 64

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    Stories by Various. Art by Various. The Black Library's all-action comic set in the worlds of Warhammer! In this month's action-packed issue: Kal Jerico blasts his way through the opposition as he continues his off-world adventures; Bloodquest thunders down its dark path as Chaos is unmasked; and it's killing time for Hellbrandt Grimm! Featuring the talents of Gordon Rennie, Wayne Reynolds, the Sharp Brothers and many more! 40 pages, B&W. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #2
    Warlands (2002) Dark Tide Rising 2

    by Augustyn, Guerrero, & Jimenez; colored by Dreamwave Colors From the snow covered mountains in Warlands' frigid north, to the world's storm-tossed southern seas, a band of heroes struggles to come together to face the planet's greatest threat ? the dark soul of Warlands itself. Threatened by the rise of these diverse heroes, this evil force summons a rag-tag army of those inclined toward darkness to its defense. If Warlands is to be exorcized of its ever-present spectre of war and death, our heroes must embark on a quest toward the light, surviving the attacks of a berserk barbarian army ? and an ever-stranger array of fierce, unstoppable, supernatural monsters. FC, 32pg $2.95 Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #14
    Warrior Nun Areala (2001 4th Series) 14

    Curse of the Looming Plague Part 1. Story and art by Craig Babiar. The legend of a great evil in Black Crest Falls in Eastern Europe grows as a cursed plague turns several people in surrounding towns into mindless creatures. One of the last survivors, a young princess, must seek Areala's aid to investigate the looming plague that has decimated her people. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #8
    Way of the Rat (2002) 8

    Written by Chuck Dixon, art by Jeff Johnson & Tom Ryder, colors by Chris Garcia The future of a kingdom lies in the hands of the thief who stole it! Boon Sai Hong, the infamous "Jade Rat," never aspired to be more than a thief. Then he met Po Po, the wisecracking monkey master, who taught Boon the truth about the magical ring he stole, the forces of darkness arrayed against his homeland, and Boon's own destiny as the hero of his world! In another case of Boon being too clever by half, the Book of the Hell of the Hungry Dragons has fallen into the hands of Judge X'ain and the results will prove disastrous for the city of Zhumar. Meanwhile: Princess Zheng returns to her father's palace only to find treachery. On sale December 4 FC, 32pg $2.95 Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #3
    Weapon X (2002 2nd Series) 3

    The Hunt for Sabretooth: Part 3 of 4 - Written by Frank Tieri. Art by Georges Jeanty and Dexter Vines. Cover by Georges Jeanty. Agent Zero finds out from Omega Red that Sabretooth has been selling information on mutants collected by the Weapon X project. Zero tracks down Sabretooth and returns him to the Weapon X compound. Characters in this issue: Weapon X [The Director; Aurora; Wildchild; Agent Zero; Sabretooth]; Omega Red. 40 pages, full color. Marvel PG Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #276
    White Dwarf (1977-Present Games Workshop Magazine) 276
  • Issue #1-1ST
    White Flower Day GN (2003) 1-1ST

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    1st printing. Story and art by Steven Weissman. White Flower Day is an all-ages humor graphic novel starring a precocious gang of supernatural kids: Pullapart Boy, Kid Medusa, Li'l Bloody (a vampire toddler), the Li'l Tin Stars, and more. Think Hal Roach's classic Our Gang comedies (before child labor laws made them impossible to replicate, unless you're a cartoonist) meets the Universal Monsters, with a tad of Manga-style energy thrown in. The book consists of three stories: "White Flower Day," "Hostiles," and "I Saw You," all dealing with the theme of revenge (a new emotional desire to most of the tykes). "I Saw You" introduces Pullapart Boy's cousin, College Boy, who is younger, smarter and far more accomplished than P.B., attending university and hard at work on a secret science project. "Hostiles" tells of a bizarre, three-day nature hike with Li'l Bloody, the Li'l Tin Stars, "Mean" Chubby Cheeks' and Chubby's usually-absent father, involving grisly forest-action and baffling acts of sabotage! Weissman's charming and respectful approach to his child characters has been compared to Charles M. Schulz's Peanuts, though Weissman employs a distinctly darker sense of humor without excluding younger readers from his audience. White Flower Day is his best book to date, a mix of absurd imagination and very human emotion, certain to entertain and enlighten readers of all ages. Softcover, 7-in. x 7-in., 112 pages, B&W. Cover price $14.95.

  • Issue #5
    Wicked Hollow (2002-2005 Blindside Publishing) 5

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  • Issue #4
    Wildcats Version 3.0 (2002) 4

    WRITTEN BY JOE CASEY; ART BY DUSTIN NGUYEN AND RICHARD FRIEND; COVER BY NGUYEN AND RIAN HUGHES EYE OF THE STORM. In stores November 27. The unlikely teaming of Grifter and Wax with C.C. Rendozzo yields suprising results as they locate the missing FBI agent. And he's a familiar face from the not-so-distant past! Meanwhile, Dolby continues his rise in the HALO organization, advising Spartan on a new, more visible method of selling the HALO brand. MATURE READERS FC, 32 PG.$2.95 Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #2003A
    Wizard Edge (2002) 2003A
    Published Jan 2003 by Wizard.

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    Cover 1 of 2: Transformers by Pat lee In this issue: exclusive 30 Days of Night prequel. Wizard Entertainment proudly presents WIZARD EDGE: The Hottest Buzzbooks! This special publication will focus on newer creators, characters on the edge and hot licensed comics. As Joseph Linsner's Dawn continues to gain popularity, transforming from cult favorite to comic phenomenon, see a fantastic gallery of Linsner's new work. Linsner also illustrates a gorgeous all-new Dawn cover to this issue. As artist Jeff Smith prepares to end his legendary Bone comic series, Wizard Edge speaks to this independent creator about the end of this groundbreaking title and what he plans to do next. Read an EXCLUSIVE 30 Days of Night 8-page comic by Steve Niles. This all-new story will not appear anywhere else! Learn how to Break into Comics, as we explain everything that you'll need to know, from making the right connections, to where to study, to how to self-publish. See how today's most successful pros did it and avoid their mistakes. Meet the Top 5 most interesting personalities on the edge of the industry, including Johnny the Homicidal Maniac creator Jhonen Vazquez, Evan Dorkin and more! The '80s are back, a rundown on the top-selling nostalgia books that are overrunning comics, including Transformers, G. I. Joe, He-Man and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Artist Pat Lee creates a dazzling new Transformers cover. Go from Small Press to Hollywood as we follow properties that are headed to the big screen including 30 Days of Night, Hellboy, Herobear and the Kid, along with Kavalier and Clay and others. Magazine (Dawn cover by Joseph Linsner) $4.99 Magazine (Transformers cover by Pat Lee) $4.99 Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #2003B
    Wizard Edge (2002) 2003B
    Published Jan 2003 by Wizard.

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    Cover 2 of 2: Dawn by Joseph Linsner In this issue: exclusive 30 Days of Night prequel. Wizard Entertainment proudly presents WIZARD EDGE: The Hottest Buzzbooks! This special publication will focus on newer creators, characters on the edge and hot licensed comics. As Joseph Linsner's Dawn continues to gain popularity, transforming from cult favorite to comic phenomenon, see a fantastic gallery of Linsner's new work. Linsner also illustrates a gorgeous all-new Dawn cover to this issue. As artist Jeff Smith prepares to end his legendary Bone comic series, Wizard Edge speaks to this independent creator about the end of this groundbreaking title and what he plans to do next. Read an EXCLUSIVE 30 Days of Night 8-page comic by Steve Niles. This all-new story will not appear anywhere else! Learn how to Break into Comics, as we explain everything that you'll need to know, from making the right connections, to where to study, to how to self-publish. See how today's most successful pros did it and avoid their mistakes. Meet the Top 5 most interesting personalities on the edge of the industry, including Johnny the Homicidal Maniac creator Jhonen Vazquez, Evan Dorkin and more! The '80s are back, a rundown on the top-selling nostalgia books that are overrunning comics, including Transformers, G. I. Joe, He-Man and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Artist Pat Lee creates a dazzling new Transformers cover. Go from Small Press to Hollywood as we follow properties that are headed to the big screen including 30 Days of Night, Hellboy, Herobear and the Kid, along with Kavalier and Clay and others. Magazine (Dawn cover by Joseph Linsner) $4.99 Magazine (Transformers cover by Pat Lee) $4.99 Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #2003A
    Wizard Poster Mania (1996) 2003A

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    48 posters featuring your favorite comic book characters by today's hottest artists! Wizard's annual PosterMania is back with yet another astounding collection of super-cool posters to cover your walls. This year's PosterMania 2003 will feature your favorite comic characters, like Wolverine by Frank Quitely, Battle Of The Planets by Alex Ross, Daredevil/Elektra by Greg Horn, Sojourn by Greg Land, Ultimate Spidey by Mark Bagley, Fathom by Michael Turner, Brandi of Liberty Meadows by Frank Cho along his original Wolverine/Phoenix cover. John Cassaday's fantastic Captain America and Avengers covers will also be here. Look for both of the amazing covers to the Spider-Man Special and Wizard #131?The Truth by Joe Quesada! These superstars are joined by other artistic giants like Andy Kubert, J. Scott Campbell, Ed McGuinness, Phil Noto, Bart Sears, Mike Mayhew, Dale Keown, J.G. Jones, Mike Avon Oeming and many more! Some of these posters have appeared as Wizard: The Comics Magazine covers, some were commissioned as Wizard covers but never saw print, and still others are exclusive preview posters of the hottest new comic book properties that will be coming in 2003! Don't miss this red-hot art special from Wizard Special! Magazine$4.99 Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #136AP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 136AP

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    Cover 1 of 3: Ultimate Wolverine and Captain America by Andy Kubert. Polybagged with extras. George Perez comments on Solus; 5 questions with Brian Pulido; Last Cat Standing: Catwoman vs. Black Cat drawn by Terry Dodson and Rachel Dodson; Bryan Singer discusses X2: X-Men United; Q & A with Mark Steven Johnson on Daredevil film; '80's trivia challenge, with J. Scott Campbell illo; Wizard reimagines the DC Universe using the Ultimate formula, with illos by Draxhall Jump Studios; Best of 2002; Secret Stash: Teenagers From Mars; 22 best covers of 2002; The Hot Seat: Rachel Skarsten (Birds of Prey tv series). Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #136AU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 136AU

    Cover 1 of 3: Ultimate Wolverine and Captain America by Andy Kubert. Not polybagged. George Perez comments on Solus; 5 questions with Brian Pulido; Last Cat Standing: Catwoman vs. Black Cat drawn by Terry Dodson and Rachel Dodson; Bryan Singer discusses X2: X-Men United; Q & A with Mark Steven Johnson on Daredevil film; '80's trivia challenge, with J. Scott Campbell illo; Wizard reimagines the DC Universe using the Ultimate formula, with illos by Draxhall Jump Studios; Best of 2002; Secret Stash: Teenagers From Mars; 22 best covers of 2002; The Hot Seat: Rachel Skarsten (Birds of Prey tv series). Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #136BP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 136BP

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    Cover 3 of 3: G.I. Joe/Transformers/Thundercats by Jeff Campbell/Pat Lee/Ed McGuinness. Polybagged with extras. George Perez comments on Solus; 5 questions with Brian Pulido; Last Cat Standing: Catwoman vs. Black Cat drawn by Terry Dodson and Rachel Dodson; Bryan Singer discusses X2: X-Men United; Q & A with Mark Steven Johnson on Daredevil film; '80's trivia challenge, with J. Scott Campbell illo; Wizard reimagines the DC Universe using the Ultimate formula, with illos by Draxhall Jump Studios; Best of 2002; Secret Stash: Teenagers From Mars; 22 best covers of 2002; The Hot Seat: Rachel Skarsten (Birds of Prey tv series). Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #136BU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 136BU

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    Cover 3 of 3: G.I. Joe/Transformers/Thundercats by Jeff Campbell/Pat Lee/Ed McGuinness. Not polybagged. George Perez comments on Solus; 5 questions with Brian Pulido; Last Cat Standing: Catwoman vs. Black Cat drawn by Terry Dodson and Rachel Dodson; Bryan Singer discusses X2: X-Men United; Q & A with Mark Steven Johnson on Daredevil film; '80's trivia challenge, with J. Scott Campbell illo; Wizard reimagines the DC Universe using the Ultimate formula, with illos by Draxhall Jump Studios; Best of 2002; Secret Stash: Teenagers From Mars; 22 best covers of 2002; The Hot Seat: Rachel Skarsten (Birds of Prey tv series). Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #136CP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 136CP

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    Cover 2 of 3: Daredevil movie photo cover. Polybagged with extras. George Perez comments on Solus; 5 questions with Brian Pulido; Last Cat Standing: Catwoman vs. Black Cat drawn by Terry Dodson and Rachel Dodson; Bryan Singer discusses X2: X-Men United; Q & A with Mark Steven Johnson on Daredevil film; '80's trivia challenge, with J. Scott Campbell illo; Wizard reimagines the DC Universe using the Ultimate formula, with illos by Draxhall Jump Studios; Best of 2002; Secret Stash: Teenagers From Mars; 22 best covers of 2002; The Hot Seat: Rachel Skarsten (Birds of Prey tv series). Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #136CU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 136CU

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    Cover 2 of 3: Daredevil movie photo cover. Not polybagged. George Perez comments on Solus; 5 questions with Brian Pulido; Last Cat Standing: Catwoman vs. Black Cat drawn by Terry Dodson and Rachel Dodson; Bryan Singer discusses X2: X-Men United; Q & A with Mark Steven Johnson on Daredevil film; '80's trivia challenge, with J. Scott Campbell illo; Wizard reimagines the DC Universe using the Ultimate formula, with illos by Draxhall Jump Studios; Best of 2002; Secret Stash: Teenagers From Mars; 22 best covers of 2002; The Hot Seat: Rachel Skarsten (Birds of Prey tv series). Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #183
    Wolverine (1988 1st Series) 183

    Giant-size issue. Painted cover art by Esad Ribic. ...And Get Yourself a Gun, script by Frank Tieri, pencils by Sean Chen, inks by Tom Palmer; Wolverine continues to cut through The Roman's men and the mob boss hires The Sweeper to stop him. Restraining Order, script by Matt Nixon, pencils by Ryan Bodenheim (winner of last year's New Talent Search, drawing his first story for Marvel), inks by Mark Morales; Wolverine battles Lady Deathstrike. 52 pgs. $3.50. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #3
    Wolverine Netsuke (2002) 3

    Painted Cover By George Pratt George Pratt (w & a) Wolverine goes samurai in this fully-painted story by George Pratt (Enemy Ace: War Idyll)! 32 PGS. WITH NO ADS/FC/MARVEL PG......3.99 Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Wonder Woman The Ultimate Guide HC (2003 DK) 1-1ST

    Wonder Woman: The Ultimate Guide to the Amazon Princess - 1st printing. By Scott Beatty and Roger Stewart. Cover by Adam Hughs. Culled from the archives of DC Comics, Wonder Woman: The Ultimate Guide to the Amazon Princess details the amazing exploits, incredible adversaries, and magical weapons of the greatest comic book heroine. Packed with original comic book images and a timeline charting Wonder Woman's entire career, this comprehensive illustrated treatment will delight fans of all ages. Hardcover, 10-in. x 12-in., 144 pages, full color. Cover price $24.99.

  • Issue #34
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  • Issue #1-1ST
    X-Force Famous, Mutant and Mortal HC (2003) 1-1ST

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    1st printing. Collects X-Force (1991 1st Series) #116-129, plus the usual assortment of cool extras. Written by Peter Milligan. Art by Mike Allred, Darwyn Cooke, & Duncan Fegrado. Cover by Mike Allred. Collecting the issues that shocked comicdom! What happens when mutants become celebrities? Peter Milligan and Mike Allred offer this insightful, irreverent and wickedly entertaining deconstruction of the human/mutant dynamic - spiced with sex, drugs and death! Hardcover, 352 pages, full color. Cover price $29.99.

  • Issue #134
    X-Men (1991 1st Series) 134
    Published Jan 2003 by Marvel.

    Grant Morrison writer. Cover by Ethan Van Sciver. Art by Keron Grant & Norm Rapmund. In a world without Magneto, will the biggest threat to the X-Men come from... within? Find out when Xavier's dream faces its most unexpected and devastating challenge in the form of Kid Omega! 32 PGS. WITH ADS/FC/MARVEL PG......2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #1-REP
    X-Men Legends TPB (2003 Marvel) 1-REP

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    Volume 1 - 2nd and later printings. "Mutant Genesis!" Collects X-Men (1991-2008 1st Series) #1-7. Written by Chris Claremont. Art by Jim Lee. Cover by Jim Lee. The #1 selling storyarc is back in print! Cyclops leads his team of mutants into a violent showdown against Magneto in his floating spacestation! Plus: Omega Red strikes! 176 pages, softcover, full color. NOTE: This is the 3rd printing for X-Men Mutant Genesis TPB (1995 1st Edition) Cover price $17.95.

  • Issue #2-1ST
    X-Men The Chaos Engine Trilogy PB (2001-2003 Novel) 2-1ST

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    Volume 2 - 1st printing. "Book 2: Magneto!" Written by Steven Roman. Art by Mark Buckingham. One week: That was all the time given the X-Men to correct a universe-threatening flaw after it was discovered that unknown forces have severely altered the structure of the heroes' home dimension. The source of the disruption? The tyrannical Doctor Doom, in possession of the reality-twisting Cosmic Cube! But now their old nemesis Magneto has the cube, and the danger has only gotten worse! Softcover, 4-in. x 7-in., 320 pages, Text (with B&W Chapter Illustrations). Cover price $6.99.

  • Issue #2-REP
    X-Men The Chaos Engine Trilogy PB (2001-2003 Novel) 2-REP

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    Volume 2 - 1st printing. "Book 2: Magneto!" Written by Steven Roman. Art by Mark Buckingham. One week: That was all the time given the X-Men to correct a universe-threatening flaw after it was discovered that unknown forces have severely altered the structure of the heroes' home dimension. The source of the disruption? The tyrannical Doctor Doom, in possession of the reality-twisting Cosmic Cube! But now their old nemesis Magneto has the cube, and the danger has only gotten worse! Softcover, 4-in. x 7-in., 320 pages, Text (with B&W Chapter Illustrations). Cover price $6.99.

  • Issue #39
    X-Men Unlimited (1993 1st Series) 39

    Cover by Chris Bachalo. Written by Jason Pearson, J. Torres and Chris Claremont. Art by Jason Pearson, Keron Grant, Paul Smith and Rob Stull. X-MEN UNLIMITED goes monthly with an all Ororo issue! From the pages of X-TREME X-MEN, Storm roars into the spotlight with: "The Final Alternative" by Jason Pearson; "Wounded Animals" by J. Torres, Keron Grant and Rob Stull; and "Rebirth" by Chris Claremont and Paul Smith. 48 pages, full color. Marvel PG Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #5
    X-Statix (2002) 5
    Published Jan 2003 by Marvel.

    Good Omens: Part 5 of 5: The Mysterious Fan Boy! - Written by Peter Milligan. Art and Cover by Paul Pope. This issue features the artistic stylings of Paul Pope (recently of Spider-Man's Tangled Web (2001) #15). Characters: X-Statix [The Orphan [Guy Smith]; Doop; Vivisector [Myles Alfred]; The Anarchist [Tike Alicar]; Phat [Billy-Bob Reilly]; Venus Dee Milo; Dead Girl; Arnie]; Sharon Ginsberg; Lacuna; Razorhead. 40 pages, full color. Marvel PG Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #1
    X-Treme X-Men X-Pose (2003) 1

    Painted Cover By Rodolfo Migliari Chris Claremont (w)/Arthur Ransom (p) From new teams to new threats, last year has turned the X-Men's world upside-down ? now two TV journalists investigate the modern state of mutantkind! 32 PGS. WITH ADS/FC/MARVEL PG......2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #3A
    Xin Legend of the Monkey King (2002) 3A

    Black border, gold title. Man and woman on cover. by Lau, Faerber, Udon The extraordinary mini-series concludes! A shocked XIN prepares to hit the road alongside Sanzen in order to undo all the damage he's done. The saint, Lotus, tries to figure out why XIN chose the path he did, but as with everything else XIN gets involved in, trying to pry secrets out of his head only leads to the slam-bang action that's come to be associated with XIN and creator Kevin Lau. Kevin Lau pencils and co-plots with Udon Studios' Erik Ko, Jay Faerber (Noble Causes) scripts, with colors and backgrounds by Udon's Omar Dogan and lettering by Comicraft. Regular cover by Kevin Lau and Limited Edition cover (Limited to 1,500 copies) by Kaare Andrews (Hulk). REG.?FC, 32pg $2.99 LTD. ED.?FC, 32pg $9.95 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #3B
    Xin Legend of the Monkey King (2002) 3B

    Limited edition cover by Kaare Andrews. Red title, a man on cover. by Lau, Faerber, Udon The extraordinary mini-series concludes! A shocked XIN prepares to hit the road alongside Sanzen in order to undo all the damage he's done. The saint, Lotus, tries to figure out why XIN chose the path he did, but as with everything else XIN gets involved in, trying to pry secrets out of his head only leads to the slam-bang action that's come to be associated with XIN and creator Kevin Lau. Kevin Lau pencils and co-plots with Udon Studios' Erik Ko, Jay Faerber (Noble Causes) scripts, with colors and backgrounds by Udon's Omar Dogan and lettering by Comicraft. Regular cover by Kevin Lau and Limited Edition cover (Limited to 1,500 copies) by Kaare Andrews (Hulk). REG.?FC, 32pg $2.99 LTD. ED.?FC, 32pg $9.95 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #75
    Xpose (Visual Imagination) 75

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    Exploring Fantastic Movies and TV. In this issue: Riding as to war...is Eowyn the new Xena? Find out in The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers. Plus: Feel the Earth move - it's Tremors TV with Michael Gross; Star Trek: Nemesis - Marina Sirtis reveals Troi's passionate side; John Doe - who is Dominic Purcell?; Mutant X - feral Victoria Pratt gets hot in year two; Birds of Prey - how could they drop the fall's most stylish show?; Stargate SG-1. Plus all of your favorite regular features. Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #5
    Y the Last Man (2002) 5

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    WRITTEN BY BRIAN K. VAUGHAN; ART BY PIA GUERRA AND JOSÉ MARZAN, JR.; PAINTED COVER BY J.G. JONES In stores November 20. The shocking conclusion of the 5-part "Unmanned." Yorick and Agent 355's search for the one woman who may be able to save the human race comes to a close, but with a less-than-happy ending. Elsewhere, one of Yorick's closest friends takes a horrific first step towards becoming the last man on earth's greatest enemy. Plus, a monkey misbehaves. MATURE READERS FC, 32 PG. $2.95 Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #7
    You and Me (2002) 7

    By Hiroshi Aro. In Japan, all students are strongly encouraged to join a school club. But where does Yuu fit, having just transferred and in his last year? Plus, there's the annoying presence of Mii hovering about, drawing the attention of Yuu's fellow students. 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Young Gods and Friends HC (2003 Barry Windsor-Smth) 1-1ST

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    1st printing. Story and art by Barry Windsor-Smth. Collects the entire Young Gods stories, including the previously unpublished issues #10 and #11, plus new story material, background information, and behind-the-scenes art! The story and characters are sexy, ribald, politically incorrect, and outrageously funny! Hardcover, 8 1/2-in. x 12-in., 192 pages, full color. Cover price $29.95.

  • Issue #51
    Young Justice (1998) 51

    WRITTEN BY PETER DAVID; ART AND COVER BY TODD NAUCK AND LARY STUCKER In stores November 6. It's the aftermath of the attack on the island nation of Zandia from our extra-sized 50th issue. Empress discovers a special "gift" left for her by Agua Sin Gaaz, the man who murdered her parents. Too bad it's a gift she can't return. Meanwhile, Zand herself brings an end to the battle still raging on the island. FC, 32 PG. $2.75 Cover price $2.75.