Friday, June 08, 2007

Declaration of War: World War Hulk Arrives!!

52 Week #52 – Diamond Variant
Amazing Spider-Girl #9
Amory Wars #1 (OF 5) – S/O #97
Avengers: Art Adams Promo Poster – S/O #53
Avengers Classic #1
Batman Confidential #6
Black Diamond #1 (OF 6)
Blade #10
BPRD: Garden of Souls #4 (OF 5)
Cable/Deadpool #41
Conan & the Midnight God #4 (OF 5)
Countdown 46
Countdown 47 – Shortage Replacement - #61, 126, 130
Countdown 51 – S/O #103
Danger Girl: Body Shots #3 (OF 4)
DMZ #20
Drain #4
Exiles #95
Fables #62
Fables vol 2: Animal Farm TP - S/O #107
Fables vol 9: Sons of Empire TP
Franklin Richards: World Be Warned #1
Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #21
Gen 13 #9
Green Arrow #75
Green Lantern Corps #13
Grifter/Midnighter #4 (OF 6)
Hawkgirl #65
Incredible Hulk: Planet Hulk HCS/O #17
India Authentic: Kaali #2
JLA Classified #39
Justice #12 (OF 12)
Justice League of America vol 1 HC

Knights of the Dinner Table #127
Marvel Adventures Fantastic Four #25
Marvel Illustrated: Treasure Island #1 (OF 6)
Mystic Arcana: Book of Marvel Magic - Shortage Replacement
Mystic Arcana: Magik
New Avengers #31 CWI
New Avengers #31 CWI Variant

New X-Men #39
Noble Causes #30
Nova #3 CWI
Punisher War Journal #8 CWI
PVP #34
Sonic the Hedgehog #176
Star Wars: Legacy #13
Star Wars: Rebellion #7
Stormwatch PhD #8
Strangers in Paradise #90
Sub-Mariner #1 (OF 6) CWI

Superman/Batman #36
Tales of TMNT #35
Tarzan: The Joe Kubert Years vol 1 HC
Tarzan: The Joe Kubert Years vol 2 HC
Tarzan the Untamed TP

Transformers Movie Adaptation #2 (OF 4)
Trials of Shazam #7 (OF 12)
World War Hulk #1 (OF 5) WWH
World War Hulk #1 (OF 5) DCD 25th Anniversary Special Edition
World War Hulk #1 (OF 5) John Romita Jr. Variant



Variant Covers – As you can see from the list above, we’ve got a fair number of variant covers coming in, some more pricey than others. If you’re dying to get your hands on one of these variant covers, let me know ASAP, because they’re going to go fast!

Avengers Classic #1 - A new ongoing Marvel series in the mold of X-Men Classics features reprints of The Avengers beginning with the original issue #1, along with brand-new back-up stories featuring the team in the era of the classic feature story, along with a special bonus story in the debut issue. This issue features a cover by Arthur Adams, an original back-up story by Dwayne McDuffie and Mike Oeming, and that special extra back-up tale written by Stan Lee and drawn by Kevin Maguire. If you want to know all about your favorite Avengers and where they come from, this is the way to do it. Yes, Erik, I’m talking to you.

Black Diamond #1 - Fifty years from now, an elevated highway spans the nation. Initially a response to international terrorism, the US government grounds commercial airline flights and builds THE BLACK DIAMOND, a dangerous road full ofgearheads and misfits, drug runners and grey-market tech heads, all driving illegal 1970s muscle cars in a nomadic, breakneck existence. But when the government decides to clean up THE BLACK DIAMOND and when his wife is kidnapped to be used as a hostage by forces loyal to the road, Dr. Don McLaughlin, DDS, has to borrow his brother-in-law's illegal1973 Mercury Cougar to get on the highway and rescue his wife... 150 feet above and 100 miles an hour faster than anything he's ever known. If you enjoyed the brief life of the TV show Drive, you’ll definitely want to check this out.

Marvel Illustrated: Treasure Island #1 – The tale of young John Hawkins and the infamous Long John Silver, of pirates and buried treasure, of friendship and betrayal – this is a fantastic story, and I’m thrilled that Marvel has added it to their Marvel Illustrated line. If you never read the book or saw the very good Disney movie adaptation, this will be a great way to check out this awesome story.

Strangers in Paradise #90 – Goodbye Francine, Katchoo, and David! This is the final issue of this loyalty-inspiring series, and we wish creator Terry Moore well. Good luck! Can’t wait to see what you’re working on next!

Sub-Mariner #1 – Namor is back! It’s been a while since he had his own series. Hopefully, this time, they can keep it relevant to the rest of the Marvel Universe and avoid the temptation to Aquaman him. In this new series, what appears to be a sleeper cell of Atlanteans commits a terrorist act in the American heartland, and the series kicks off with Namor trying to piece together who really did this and why. All indications are that this is really good, so get in on the ground floor!!

Tarzan HCs and TPBs – Back in the day, comics just didn’t get much better than Joe Kubert’s run on Tarzan at DC. His Tarzan was a no-nonsense, take-no-prisoners kind of guy, and he was, by far, one of the most memorable incarnations of the character ever to see print. If you’ve always kind of liked Tarzan and really wanted to enjoy it, check out these classic stories – you’ll be glad you did. Of course, you’ll have to beat me to them!

World War Hulk #1 (of 5) – FINALLY! The Hulk is back and he is angry. After being catapulted into space by the Illuminati, betrayed by some of the people he called friends, Hulk is back to set the record straight…and make them all pay for what they’ve done. Last year’s Civil War story has nothing on this world-shattering tale. Hulk doesn’t care which side anybody was on in Civil War, he just wants vengeance. This book is going to FLY off the shelves, so pick yours up fast, because reorders are going to be impossible to come by!


See you at Haven!

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