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Market Monday: Small Press New Releases - April 9, 2014

Deceivers #4, colored by Kelly Fitzpatrick, cover by Lorena Carvalho

The tables have turned as Lincoln and Nicky dupe Patrice, tracking her back to Ulysses’ base. But little do they know, the truth is much stranger than the pile of fictions they’ve been dealt…The twists and turns continue to build as DECEIVERS races towards its conclusion!

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Flash Gordon #1, colored by Jordie Bellaire

Flash Gordon never fit in on Earth. But on the bizarre planet MONGO, Flash’s thirst for thrills and daring danger makes him the perfect weapon against world-breaking Ming the Merciless and his awful inter-planetary swarms of terror! Can the cocksure Man From Earth funnel his overconfidence into saving worlds, or will the universe fall to Ming? Don’t miss out on THE most exciting ongoing series of 2014 by dream team Jeff Parker (Batman ‘66, Aquaman), Evan “Doc” Shaner (Deadpool, Ghostbusters) and Jordie Bellaire (Pretty Deadly, Captain Marvel)!

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Indestructible #5, colored by Flavia Caracuzzo

With great power, comes great… er… celebrity! Now that the world believes Greg to be a superhero, everyone wants a piece of him – the League of Defenders, Hugo Boss, his roommate, groupies, Hollywood agents, uber-villains, and his mom. Some want to put him on a pedestal. Others want to bury him under one. Ken Kristensen (Todd, the Ugliest Kid on Earth) takes the reigns for the next arc of Jeff Kline’s Indestructible.

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The Legend of Oz: The Wicked West #17, colored by Kate Finnegan

The field mice make their play to keep General Jinjur from releasing the dreaded Nome King from his underground prison.

Liberator: Rage Ignition TP, includes work by Alex de Campi, Megan Hutchison, Sally Jane Thompson, Tess Fowler, and Ariela Kristantina

Whether it’s vicious dog-fighting clubs or fur-farms electrocuting and skinning minks, Jeanette Francis and Damon Guerrero have had enough. Using any and all means available to them, Jeanette and Damon not only rescue the animals but also avenge them - delivering harsh retribution to the animals’ captors and tormentors. 1/3 of “Liberator” profits will go to animal rescue initiatives.

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Next Testament #8, art by Haemi Jang

Tristan & Elspeth finally reach Providence, but after Wick’s latest strike, their efforts may be in vain. And what does Julian want in Paris?

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Rogues! The Cold Ship #1, art by Lolita Aldea

New story arc and new artist! The spectacular art of Lolita Aldea illustrates a new adventure of Bram and Weasel. Their friendship is strong, but it will be put to the test when one gloomy night, a dark ship appears in Geradas’ harbor and the grim crew commands Bram, the northerner, to join them in their deadly quest!

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X #12, colored by Michelle Madsen

X faces his greatest challenge of the series as four villains-suicidal maniac Deathwish, stargazing supercriminal Carmine Tango, risk-taking assassin Gamble, and a new threat no one suspected-converge on Arcadia’s lone vigilante … but the cruelest stab of all comes from a friend!

Market Monday: Small Press March 12, 2014 New Releases

City in the Desert vol 2: The Serpent King HC by Moro Rogers

After their devastating confrontation with Darga and the Sacred Peace, monster hunters Irro and Hari leave the walls of Kevala to seek new lives elsewhere. However, when they discover that the evils of the Sacred Peace have spread far beyond Kevala’s borders, our heroes decide to journey across the wastelands to the prison of the Monster King and release him in exchange for his help in saving the city they love.

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Code Monkey Save World #4, colored by Jessica Kholinne

Humanity faces its greatest threat as Zombie Bob’s minions launch their final attack — but Code Monkey and Skullcrusher have turned their back on Earth to fight the Robo Queen on Chiron Beta Prime! Who’s a hero? Who’s a villain? Whither the soul of Code Monkey? And what does curling have to do with all this? The big finish, y’all! Don’t miss it!

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Coffin Hill #6, written by Caitlin Kittredge

Eve comes face to face with her nightmare from a decade ago - and this time, she can’t turn away. As innocent lives hang in the balance, Eve must embrace the legacy of the Coffin Witch to put her family curse to rest…or die trying in the final issue of this storyline!

Ghost #2, written by Kelly Sue DeConnick

An unlikely ally sneaks Ghost into a secret meeting, where a legion of disguised demons gather around Dr. October-until her cover is blown! Meanwhile, the very human serial killer prowling the streets of Chicago takes a personal interest in Sloane and Tommy!

Last West #4, colored by Liezl Buenaventura

Why did the Wests do it? The answers are revealed in this pivotal issue of the series. And as the mysteries of the West family’s impact on America are put into focus, murder and deception threaten to keep the West’s family’s secrets safe—killing us all slowly in the process.

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Witchblade #173, art by Laura Braga, colored by Betsy Gonia

BORNE AGAIN - Even without the Witchblade secured to her wrist, Sara Pezzini cannot escape the corrupting influence of the gauntlet.

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X #11, colored by Michelle Madsen

X’s hands were already full with Carmine Tango … Then Gamble reappeared! X thought he killed this suave assassin years ago, but the luck-obsessed murderer is still a player, taking his chances on revenge! Welcome to Arcadia, where the odds are bad … and the bads are odd! The battle for Arcadia builds towards a chaotic climax!

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X-Files Conspiracy: The Crow, cover by Miran Kim

Bernard is a decorated state policeman in love with his partner. But their romance is brutally cut short when both die following a high-speed pursuit and fiery car crash involving the Lone Gunmen. Bernard inexplicably awakens to find himself resurrected by an otherworldly crow and with only one thing on his mind: vengeance.

Market Monday: Smallish Press New Releases, February 12, 2014

Coffin Hill #5, written by Caitlin Kittredge

In the penultimate issue of the first storyline, we learn the nasty truth about the darkness that Eve Coffin unleashed in her hometown so long ago. But will Eve able to make the ultimate sacrifice to save what few friends she has left?

Creepy Comics #15, written by Alex De Campi

Here comes Uncle Creepy to tingle your spine with all-new tales of terror! Alex de Campi (Grindhouse) and Henrik S. Jonsson (Detective Comics) present a lovers’ quarrel full of mischief, while Doug Moench (Batman) unleashes ancient alarm from an Aztec tomb!

Fatale #20, colored by Bettie Breitweiser

NEW STORY ARC! Nicolas Lash is in the deepest trouble possible, and there’s only one person who can save him now… the problem is, trouble is her business. And don’t forget all the back page extras you can only find in FATALE’s single issues every month!

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Shahrazad #3, written by Kim Hutchison and Kari Castor, colored by Nei Ruffino

It seems the world itself is out for Shahrazad’s head, but there is one who finds her life intriguing, if not impossible. Janus sends Shahrazad to the arena to see if he can create an ending for this woman who’s future is impossible to see.

Supurbia vol. 3 TP, written by Grace Randolph

After the harrowing events surrounding the death of journalist Hayley Harper, the Meta Legion and their families embark on a much-needed vacation. But when some heroes start mixing business with pleasure, will it threaten to put the whole team at risk? From rising star writer Grace Randolph (Marvel’s NATION X, HER-OES) and hot new talent Russell Dauterman, GRACE RANDOLPH’S SUPURBIA is a unique new twist on the superhero genre that takes scandalous, TMZ-fueled look at what it’s like to live with a superhero.

Collecting the critically acclaimed third arc, join Eve, Batu, Jeremy, Zari, and Sara, as all hell breaks loose at the Galactic Protection & Systems Expo and Hector Hunt exacts his revenge on the Meta Legion from behind bars!

True Blood vol. 3: The French Quarter TP, written by Mariah Huehner

Mind reading waitress Sookie Stackhouse is in New Orleans helping Vampire Sheriff Eric Northman track down an insane killer named Guerra. Bill Compton’s in town, too, making sure Eric doesn’t get fresh with Sookie, and investigating a local Hep-D outbreak that may be connected to Guerra’s latest victims. Meanwhile, back in Bon Temps, why is Pam hanging out at Merlotte’s - and what does she want with Lafayette?

X #10, colored by Michelle Madsen

Carmine Tango, the ruthless supercriminal obsessed with astrology, has returned to Arcadia! When his army stages a citywide blackout and begins looting the city, X takes to the streets … but as Leigh soon discovers, X and Tango have a history-this fight is personal! A new look into X’s shadowy origin!

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Market Monday
Willow Wonderland #4, cover by Megan Lara, colored by Michelle Madsen

Willow struggles to keep her cool when she discovers that her traveling partner-Marrack-isn’t who she thought he was. With magic at her full disposal, she can easily convince him to spill any and all secrets (right?) while they continue their journey to get home with magic in tow …

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Willow Wonderland #4, cover by Megan Lara, colored by Michelle Madsen

Willow struggles to keep her cool when she discovers that her traveling partner-Marrack-isn’t who she thought he was. With magic at her full disposal, she can easily convince him to spill any and all secrets (right?) while they continue their journey to get home with magic in tow …

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Market Monday
Buffyverse Sampler one-shot, includes art by Rebekah Isaacs, colors by Michelle Madsen

Following the success of Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 8, Dark Horse launched four separate series for the anticipated Buffy Season 9: Buffy Season 9 and Angel & Faith are direct follow-ups to Season 8, and both Spike and Willow are spinoffs from those two ongoing series. Collected here are all four #1 issues!

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Buffyverse Sampler one-shot, includes art by Rebekah Isaacs, colors by Michelle Madsen

Following the success of Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 8, Dark Horse launched four separate series for the anticipated Buffy Season 9: Buffy Season 9 and Angel & Faith are direct follow-ups to Season 8, and both Spike and Willow are spinoffs from those two ongoing series. Collected here are all four #1 issues!

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Willow Wonderland #2, colored by Michelle Madsen, variant cover by Megan Lara

In a strange new dimension, many unexpected encounters guide Willow on the quest to return magic to her world. While she’s increasingly better at keeping her darkest self at bay, her mystery companion-Marrak-encourages darkness, making Willow wary of his intentions while dependent on his knowledge of this magically abundant realm. Just how far down the path of volatile magic will she go to get what she wants? And whom might she find there?

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Market Monday

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Willow Wonderland #2, colored by Michelle Madsen, variant cover by Megan Lara

In a strange new dimension, many unexpected encounters guide Willow on the quest to return magic to her world. While she’s increasingly better at keeping her darkest self at bay, her mystery companion-Marrak-encourages darkness, making Willow wary of his intentions while dependent on his knowledge of this magically abundant realm. Just how far down the path of volatile magic will she go to get what she wants? And whom might she find there?

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #15, co-written by Jane Espenson, colored by Michelle Madsen

Training has begun, bringing the newest Slayer and Watcher closer together. Will they be ready when they’re needed most? The rapidly growing zompire population has overcome a local institution, and our heroes in training must take on the fight of their lives! Buffy show writers Jane Espenson (Once Upon a Time) and Drew Z. Greenberg (Warehouse 13) reunite in this special two-part story about a young duo coming together to fight the forces of evil and discover their role in this strange, new ‘verse.

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #15, co-written by Jane Espenson, colored by Michelle Madsen

Training has begun, bringing the newest Slayer and Watcher closer together. Will they be ready when they’re needed most? The rapidly growing zompire population has overcome a local institution, and our heroes in training must take on the fight of their lives! Buffy show writers Jane Espenson (Once Upon a Time) and Drew Z. Greenberg (Warehouse 13) reunite in this special two-part story about a young duo coming together to fight the forces of evil and discover their role in this strange, new ‘verse.

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #14, written by Jane Espenson, colored by Michelle Madsen

Buffy television scribes Jane Espenson and Drew Z. Greenberg take readers on a special two-part adventure where a new kind of Slayer emerges in a world without magic! As the zompire epidemic threatens a small California town, Slayer and Watcher join forces to eradicate an overwhelming new evil.

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #14, written by Jane Espenson, colored by Michelle Madsen

Buffy television scribes Jane Espenson and Drew Z. Greenberg take readers on a special two-part adventure where a new kind of Slayer emerges in a world without magic! As the zompire epidemic threatens a small California town, Slayer and Watcher join forces to eradicate an overwhelming new evil.

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #13, colored by Michelle Madsen

Acting as bodyguard for her first-ever client, Buffy has found herself entangled in some nasty demon business with ties to Angel and his time in LA. Through the social network Tincan, some demons have been able to connect to our world, and any attempts to sever that connection will lead Buffy and her client into increasingly dangerous territory.

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #13, colored by Michelle Madsen

Acting as bodyguard for her first-ever client, Buffy has found herself entangled in some nasty demon business with ties to Angel and his time in LA. Through the social network Tincan, some demons have been able to connect to our world, and any attempts to sever that connection will lead Buffy and her client into increasingly dangerous territory.

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Robert E. Howard’s Savage Sword #5, colored by Michelle Madsen

The legendary Howard Chaykin writes and draws a brand-new King Conan tale in Robert E. Howard’s Savage Sword #5! Steve Niles teams with his Criminal Macabre partner Christopher Mitten to adapt one of Howard’s exciting and horrific werewolf stories. Ian Edginton and Richard Pace adapt the Bran Mak Morn yarn ‘Men of the Shadows’ and Paul Tobin and Francesco Francavilla bring the fan-favorite character Dark Agnes back into the fold with their adaptation of ‘Sword Woman’!

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Robert E. Howard’s Savage Sword #5, colored by Michelle Madsen

The legendary Howard Chaykin writes and draws a brand-new King Conan tale in Robert E. Howard’s Savage Sword #5! Steve Niles teams with his Criminal Macabre partner Christopher Mitten to adapt one of Howard’s exciting and horrific werewolf stories. Ian Edginton and Richard Pace adapt the Bran Mak Morn yarn ‘Men of the Shadows’ and Paul Tobin and Francesco Francavilla bring the fan-favorite character Dark Agnes back into the fold with their adaptation of ‘Sword Woman’!

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #12, inked by Michelle Madsen

By working for Deepscan—the company that recruits Slayers as bodyguards—Buffy thought she would disengage herself from the world of demons and garner a more significant income, to boot. While the income may get her closer to paying off pesky student loans, the demony population is closer to her than ever, thanks to her first client. Buffy, under the tutelage of a disgruntled and heartbroken Kennedy, has her work cut out for her and is forced to call on the honorable Eldre Koh for help, culminating in a little demon-on-demon violence.

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #12, inked by Michelle Madsen

By working for Deepscan—the company that recruits Slayers as bodyguards—Buffy thought she would disengage herself from the world of demons and garner a more significant income, to boot. While the income may get her closer to paying off pesky student loans, the demony population is closer to her than ever, thanks to her first client. Buffy, under the tutelage of a disgruntled and heartbroken Kennedy, has her work cut out for her and is forced to call on the honorable Eldre Koh for help, culminating in a little demon-on-demon violence.

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #11, colored by Michelle Madsen

Buffy is trying something new—not Slaying. WHAT?! Enter Kennedy. Slayer. Ex-girlfriend of magicless Willow. Bossy. She’s joined a company that hires Slayers to act as bodyguards for high-profile clients, and Buffy is her most recent recruit. But Buffy is having a little trouble letting go of Slaying. Things that go bump in the night are kinda her forte. Luckily … her first client is having some woeful demon trouble that Buffy can’t wait to sink her stake into.

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #11, colored by Michelle Madsen

Buffy is trying something new—not Slaying. WHAT?! Enter Kennedy. Slayer. Ex-girlfriend of magicless Willow. Bossy. She’s joined a company that hires Slayers to act as bodyguards for high-profile clients, and Buffy is her most recent recruit. But Buffy is having a little trouble letting go of Slaying. Things that go bump in the night are kinda her forte. Luckily … her first client is having some woeful demon trouble that Buffy can’t wait to sink her stake into.

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 9 #9, colored by Michelle Madsen

Andrew doesn’t always make the best choices (see Season 6). And now Buffy finds herself and the very course of her life profoundly affected by one of Andrew’s over-the-top, idiotic…hair-brained…schemes. Together with Andrew and Spike, the worried Slayer will have to confront herself and her comrades, as well as a long-standing annoyance, the number-one Buffy hater of all Buffy haters: Simone, the gun-toting Slayer.

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 9 #9, colored by Michelle Madsen

Andrew doesn’t always make the best choices (see Season 6). And now Buffy finds herself and the very course of her life profoundly affected by one of Andrew’s over-the-top, idiotic…hair-brained…schemes. Together with Andrew and Spike, the worried Slayer will have to confront herself and her comrades, as well as a long-standing annoyance, the number-one Buffy hater of all Buffy haters: Simone, the gun-toting Slayer.

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Market Monday
Dollhouse vol. 1: Epitaphs TPB, co-written by Maurissa Tancharoen, colored by Michelle Madsen

The Rossum Corporation’s Dollhouse technology has gone viral with a synchronized phone call that wiped the minds of everyone it reached, turning them into mindless killers. Those who avoided the call—including show favorites Echo, Alpha, Mag, Zone, and Griff—must try to survive in the sudden apocalypse and be wary of Rossum’s expansive technological reach. This is only the beginning! Collects the complete miniseries.

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Dollhouse vol. 1: Epitaphs TPB, co-written by Maurissa Tancharoen, colored by Michelle Madsen

The Rossum Corporation’s Dollhouse technology has gone viral with a synchronized phone call that wiped the minds of everyone it reached, turning them into mindless killers. Those who avoided the call—including show favorites Echo, Alpha, Mag, Zone, and Griff—must try to survive in the sudden apocalypse and be wary of Rossum’s expansive technological reach. This is only the beginning! Collects the complete miniseries.

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #7, colored by Michelle Madsen

Still seeking normalcy in the midst of zompire-stricken San Francisco, Buffy contemplates a life-changing decision the likes of which few Slayers have ever faced. Meanwhile Spike rushes to the aid of Detective Dowling, who’s in over his head with his recent investigation into the undead bloodsuckers plaguing the city.

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #7, colored by Michelle Madsen

Still seeking normalcy in the midst of zompire-stricken San Francisco, Buffy contemplates a life-changing decision the likes of which few Slayers have ever faced. Meanwhile Spike rushes to the aid of Detective Dowling, who’s in over his head with his recent investigation into the undead bloodsuckers plaguing the city.

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