Comic Previews

PREVIEW: “Days Missing: Kestus” #5

The Steweard and Kestus' journey comes to a close, but will everyone make it out alive?

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Archaia’s June 2011 Solicitations

Gamblers, wars and cyborgs! Steampunk Wizard of Oz remake? Nah, new solicits from Archaia, which is just as awesome.

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Archaia Previews for March 2nd, 2011

It’s another busy week for Archaia Comics, and we’ve got first look previews at 3 new books which are coming out this Wednesday!!   LUCID comes to a dramatic end for it’s first volume, as DAYS MISSING: KESTUS wind down towards it’s exciting finale, while AN ELEGY FOR AMELIA JOHNSON joins the prestigious line of Archaia OGNs that we’ve seen lately.  …

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PREVIEW: “Days Missing: Kestus” #3

We’ve been mostly quiet about DAYS MISSING: KESTUS, largely because we’ve just been so gosh darned busy.  Well, take it from us, it’s just as good as the first DAYS MISSING was, and The Steward’s complicated past is catching up to him quickly.  You really owe yourself to take a look at this one.  Preview pages follow. [nggallery id=33]

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PREVIEW: “Cyclops” #3

Easily the book you need to get this week!

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Archaia Comics Mega-Preview Extravaganza!

A look at new Archaia comics shipping January 19th.

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ARCHAIA PREVIEW: “Cyclops” #1

We’ve received a preview of CYCLOPS #1, the first issue of an all new mini-series from Matz (The Killer) and Archaia Comics, which hits stands this Wednesday. CYCLOPS #1 (OF 8) Retail Price: $3.95 U.S. Page Count: 32 pages Format: saddle bound, 6.625” x 10.25”, full color On-sale Date: December 22, 2010 (W) Matz (A) Luc Jacamon (Cover) Luc Jacamon …

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PREVIEW: Return Of The Dapper Men

RETURN OF THE DAPPER MEN Original Graphic Novel Hardcover Retail Price: $24.95 U.S. Page Count: 128 pages Format: hardcover, 9.5” x 11”, full color On-sale Date: November 17, 2010 Written by Jim McCann Illustrated by Janet Lee Cover by Janet Lee Welcome to Anoreve, a world in between time, where children have played so long it’s almost become work, machines …

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