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Review: Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters #3 - May 29, 2011

Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters, Issue 3
IDW Publishing
(May 25, 2011)
Review copy: Purchased

Cover A - Art by Eric Powell
Review: Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters #3 - May 29, 2011

Cover B - Art by Jeff Zornow
Review: Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters #3 - May 29, 2011

Retailer Incentive Cover - Art by Mark Frank
Review: Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters #3 - May 29, 2011

Godzilla, Rodan, and Anguirus continue their devastation, and the worldwide media begins to chime in. As people around the globe suffer, celebrities band together to save the monsters from human counterattack, and the president is criticized for being "soft on monsters." Meanwhile... a mysterious giant egg washes ashore in France. And what's with those creepy little twin girls? IDW Publishing

Written by: Eric Powell and Tracy March
Pencils by: Phil Hester
Inks by: Bruce McCorkindale
Colors by: Ronda Pattinson
Lettering by: Chris Mowry


We've already encountered Godzilla, Rodan, and Anguirus in the series. Godzilla is in Asia. Rodan appeared in Russia. Anguirus appeared in Mexico and has moved into Texas.  Now France will be contending with yet another monster.  If you are a fan of the Godzilla movies, the twin girls may give you a hint about the next monster to appear in the comic... or not.

The story is moving in all sorts of interesting directions.The celebrity movement to protect the monsters is well written. The main celebrity is based on someone who should be very familiar to everyone. There are quite a bit of pop culture and political references in the comic, which make it accessible to readers who are not necessarily Toho monster fans. The references add to the story. The art work is exceptional as is the color.

I can't tell you how much I love the covers for this comic series. I'm really enjoying Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters. I highly recommend Issue 3 and give it 5 out of 5 Qwills.

Review: Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters #3 - May 29, 2011

Wednesday Comics on Thursday - Rocketeer Adventures - May 19, 2011

It was a very good comic week for me because the 1st issue of Rocketeer Adventures from IDW Publishing was released. There will be four issues. Issue #1 includes 3 Stories and 2 Pin-Ups.

Stories:

"The Rocketeer" with Story and Art by John Cassaday, Colors by Laura Martin, and Letters by Chris Mowry.

"Home Again" with Story, Art, and Lettering by Mike Allred and Colors by Laura Allred.

"Dear Betty" with Story by Kurt Busiek, Art by Michael Kaluta, Colors by Dave Stewart, and Letters by Chris Mowry.

Pin-Ups:

Pin-Up by Mike Mignola and Dave Stewart

Pin-Up by Jim Silke


There are 6 covers for Issue 1.

Cover A - Artwork by Alex Ross

Cover B - Artwork by Dave Stevens

Cover RI is a Sketch Variant of Cover A. Cover B&W Incentive is a B&W version of Cover B. There is also a Jetpack Comics exclusive with cover art by Dave Stevens.

The final cover is an exclusive from Ultimate Comics with cover art by Tommy Lee Edwards.

The Rocketeer Flies Again!

Dave Stevens unveiled the Rocketeer nearly 30 years ago to instant acclaim, and in all the years since that auspicious debut, respect for Dave’s talent and his greatest creation have only continued to grow.

Last year, IDW had the honor of releasing the complete Rocketeer saga in several editions, showcasing the work of this great artist as it was always meant to be seen—completely remastered, with nearly every page scanned directly from the originals and recolored by Dave’s hand-picked colorist.

Today we are able to celebrate Dave’s talent once again, with an all-new Rocketeer anthology miniseries written and drawn by some of the finest creators in comics, and with the full cooperation of the Stevens family.

The first star-studded issue of The Rocketeer features a gorgeous cover by Alex Ross, and terrific stories by John Cassaday, Mike Allred, Kurt Busiek, and Michael Kaluta, plus outstanding pin-ups by Mike Mignola and Jim Silke—all paying tribute to the continued legacy of Rocketeer and Dave Stevens!  IDW Publishing

Dave's comic was made into a movie in 1991. Sadly, Dave Stevens passed away in March 2008.




Rocketeer Adventures, Issue 1, captures the feel of Dave Steven's The Rocketeer. My favorites stories are "The Rocketeer" and "Dear Betty" simply because I like the art and stories best. This is certainly a keeper series for me.

Wednesday Comics on Thursday - May 5, 2011

This was an extremely light week for comics after last week's end of month comic inundation. In new comics I picked up a couple based on books, both from Dynamite Entertainment.

L.A. Bank's Vampire Huntress, #4

Wednesday Comics on Thursday - May 5, 2011
There's an old saying that, "The Devil is always busy." Well this time the Dark Lord has outdone himself and has created a new entity that has the full Guardian team and both Neterus completely baffled. THAT is what's been going after the teams and infecting them. It has the essence of evil distilled down from his fallen Vampire Council, a little topspin from his exterminated favorite demon, The Thirteenth, with general regulation nastiness just for good measure. The problem the team has now is, how do they track something that can morph at will? Perhaps the bigger question is, once they find it, how the hell do they kill it? LA Banks brings the series to a shattering conclusion! Dynamite Entertainment

Patricia Briggs' Mercy Thompson: Moon Called, #6 of 8

Wednesday Comics on Thursday - May 5, 2011
Her attempt to unravel the conspiracy threatening the security of the wolf pack has led coyote changeling Mercy Thompson down many dark and mysterious roads.

But now Mercy's search for answers takes her to the most perilous place of all.

In the heart of a coven of vampires Mercy finds she is all that stands between her friends and destruction...and discovers the vampire queen believes the coyote shapeshifter is the greatest danger of all!

Compelling characters and an exciting blend of action and suspense have rocketed Patricia Brigg's Mercy Thompson novels to the top of the NY Times best-seller list. Our adaptation is guaranteed to thrill fans both old and new! Dynamite Entertainment

I mentioned some older H.P. Lovecraft comics a couple of weeks ago. I purchased the missing issues on eBay. Here are the scans of the covers:

The Lurking Fear
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Beyond the Wall of Sleep
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The Alchemist
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Wednesday Comics on Thursday - April 28, 2011

I picked up many many many comics yesterday. I obviously like comics with vampires in them. My favorite this week though is... Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters #2.

BOOM! Studios

Dracula: The Company of Monsters #9

Wednesday Comics on Thursday - April 28, 2011
BRAND NEW ARC. GREAT FOR NEW READERS! Kurt Busiek continues to bring an incredibly modern spin to the Dracula mythos! As Dracula and Conrad's fight reaches a fever pitch, Evan enters into an unlikely, and dangerous alliance with Marta and her men. It's vampire vs. vampire vs. vampire hunters as the ongoing horror series from the mind of Kurt Busiek continues!


BOOM! Studios
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Dark Horse Comics
 
The Strange Case of Mr. Hyde #1 (of 4)  This looks great so far. I like the artwork. I'll have to see what I think about the story!

Wednesday Comics on Thursday - April 28, 2011
Sometimes good police work just isn’t enough, as Inspector Thomas Adye of Scotland Yard finds out when he’s assigned to the Jack the Ripper case. He’ll need the guidance of imprisoned madman and amoral libertine, Dr. Henry Jekyll, whose mind-splitting serum Jack might be using to commit his bloody murders. Written by Cole Haddon and illustrated by M.S. Corley, part 1 of Hyde sets in motion events that will pit London’s two greatest monsters against one another. Will Adye--and his soul--survive intact?

* Thrilling Victorian horror written by exciting newcomer Cole Haddon.

* Weaving together the Jack the Ripper legend with the elements of the classic tale of Jekyll and Hyde.

Dark Horse Comics



Dynamite Entertainment

Warlord of Mars # 6

There are 7 covers for Warlord of Mars # 6 (the last of this series). I'm just going to share my favorite. The cover artist is Patrick Berkenkotter.

Wednesday Comics on Thursday - April 28, 2011Dejah Thoris and John Carter travel to the dreaded city of Thark, where the green Martian warlord awaits. Unfortunately for them, the big, slobbery green monster has a "thing" for red Martian girls. Fortunately, John Carter has super-human strength, and a super-human will to go along with it! Carter realizes he and Dejah cannot remain captives of the green Martians any longer. But the green Martians aren't giving up without a fight. And if they do escape, what terrors await them in the harsh and desolate wilderness of Mars? Find out in Warlord of Mars #6: A Desperate Flight!


Dynamite Entertainment





IDW Publishing

Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters #2

There are 4 covers for Issue 2. Cover A is a more modern depiction of Godzilla so not my favorite cover. I much prefer Godzilla as depicted on Cover B. That's Rodan flying behind Godzilla and Anguirus in the foreground. Awesome! I especially like the 3rd cover that shows Rodan.

Cover A - Cover by Phil Hester
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Cover B - Cover by Eric Powell
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Cover RI B - Cover by
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The world is in panic as Godzilla reduces Tokyo to rubble. No one knows where the giant lizard has come from and even the most extreme military counter-measures prove useless. As the people of Japan struggle to survive Godzilla's wrath, the world's governments start thinking outside the box. Unfortunately, Godzilla may not be the only monster-sized threat the world faces... IDW Publishing

True Blood: Tainted Love #3

There are 7 covers for Issue 3. Cover A, Cover B, the RI Wash Cover (Cover A without color), the RI Photo Cover from IDW. In addition there are 3 exclusives - Jetpack, Hastings and Dynamic Forces. I'm sharing just 3 of the covers. The Photo Cover is for Eric fans!

Cover A - Cover by J. Scott Campbell
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Cover B - Cover by Jenny Frison
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Retailer Incentive Photo Cover
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The Tru Blood contamination scandal escalates! Sookie goes to Eric for help and finds a herself in a whole new batch of trouble. Meanwhile, Jessica's condition worsens and the violence escalates... will Bill be her next victim?!  IDW Publishing

Marvel Comics

Laurell K. Hamilton's Anita Blake Vampire Hunter: Circus of the Damned: Ingenue #3 of 5

Wednesday Comics on Thursday - April 28, 2011


Meet Lawrence “Larry” Kirkland, the newest animator in St. Louis. Short, skinny, like an overgrown Howdy Doody puppet. It’s his first night on the job and Larry’s bitten off than any novice animator can chew. Good thing veteran Anita Blake is on call to pull his fat out of the fire!
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Tomb of Dracula Presents: Throne of Blood (One-Shot)

Wednesday Comics on Thursday - April 28, 2011


Long ago, the seeds of a vampire cataclysm were planted in the Marvel Universe. One lone vampire rose above the rest and operated in the shadows as the world around him changed. Prepare for a clash of steel, blood, and the undead in Vampire #1, as Marvel changes the way you see vampires…and shows you the meaning of Fear Itself.


Marvel Comics
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Vertigo Comics
 
American Vampire #14
 
Wednesday Comics on Thursday - April 28, 2011
 
 
The war in the Pacific rages on! Henry and the crew storm the shores of a remote island with a secret at its core. But the island's secrets are nothing compared to what Skinner has up his sleeve. Meanwhile, our gal Pearl sets out on a desperate mission of her own . . .
 

Wednesday Comics on Thursday - April 21, 2011

I didn't pick up many comics this week. However, the guys at the comic store know of my love of all things Lovecraft and stuck a couple of older Lovecraft comics in  my folder.

The new comic I picked up this week is from Dynamite Entertainment.

Patricia Briggs' Mercy Thompson: Moon Called #5. I love this cover.

Wednesday Comics on Thursday - April 21, 2011
Mercy Thompson is a walker, a last-of-her-kind being who transforms magically into a coyote at. Living between the dark world of werewolves, vampires, and fae and the daylight world of humans, she walks her own solitary path, seeking only peace.

But now everything she loves is under attack by a baffling conspiracy. Friends have been kidnapped, captured, and killed.

Out-numbered, out-muscled and out of time, there is just one thing Mercy knows for certain.

She is going to stop them. Dynamite Entertainment

The Lovecraft comics placed in my folder are from Adventure Comics. They were published in the early 1990s. They look great. I received a limited edition copy of Issue 1 and and a copy of Issue 3. I've purchased Issue 1 (regular), Issue 2 and Issue 4 from eBay. I'll scan them when they arrive and share them.

Here are scans of the covers of the two issues that I have:

The Lurking Fear
Wednesday Comics on Thursday - April 21, 2011

The Tomb
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Issue 2 is Beyond the Wall of Sleep.  Issue 4 is The Alchemist.

The Lurking Fear was written in 1922 and The Tomb in 1917. Beyond the Wall of Sleep was written in 1919. The Alchemist was written in 1908. You can read Lovecraft's stories by clicking on the name, if you are so inclined.

Wednesday Comics on Thursday - April 14, 2011

Today I'm going to feature the covers for 3 comics that are based on stories or story ideas.

DC Comics

Doc Savage first appeared in Doc Savage Magazine in the early 1930s. I've never seen the magazines, but I did read all the novels from Bantam Books from the 1960s and 1970s. You can what appears to be a comprehensive list of the magazine and books at Urbin.net.

This comic has been canceled.

Doc Savage #13 - Cover: J.G. Jones
Wednesday Comics on Thursday - April 14, 2011
It's the start of "Raise The Khan," a globetrotting six-issue arc written by artist (and Doc Savage fan) extraordinaire J.G. Jones! When is a mummy not a mummy? When it's neither dead nor Egyptian, for starters. So what was a nearly unstoppable bruiser in bandages doing attacking the Egyptian wing of the Met in New York, and taking Johnny hostage on the streets of Cairo? DC Comics


Dean Koontz's Nevermore comes to comics.
"My original intention was to write NEVERMORE as a novel, and I still might do that one day," explains author Dean Koontz. "In the meantime, it is great fun for me to watch Keith Champagne, Leno Carvalho, Darick Robertson, and Tyler Walpole bring the concept to life so brilliantly." Press Release
There will be six issues. There are 6 covers for Issue 1: 3 regular, 2 Retailer Incentive covers, and a variant from Dynamic Forces.  Here are the 3 regular covers and their artists.


Cover A - Darick Robertson (50%)
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Cover B - Tyler Walpole (25%)
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Cover C - Leno Carvalho
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From the moment they first met, Bobby Godric and Nora Watson were meant only for each other. Together, the two built an empire from their true love and hard work. Young, brilliant, and wealthy, the entire world was open to them until fate cruelly intervened, and Nora died suddenly.

Bobby Godric won't take the loss of his soulmate lying down.

Backed by a team of brilliant minds, Bobby invents Project: Nevermore, a way to travel to parallel worlds, searching among infinite earths for an exact, duplicate version of the love of his life. But when his travels attract the attention of THE HYDRA, an alien race conquering every Earth they can find, Bobby finds himself drawn into an ancient war he never dreamt existed, fighting to save humanity from a threat on the verge of extinguishing mankind forever.

All for the sake of love. Dynamite Entertainment

Robert Jordan's The Wheel of Time: The Eye of the World #9

Cover: Andie Tong
Wednesday Comics on Thursday - April 14, 2011
In the latest chapter of this thrilling adaptation of Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time, Egwene and Moiraine discuss more while Rand eavesdrops, hoping not to be caught by the Aes Sedai, and the travelers end the first leg of their journey at the city of Baerlon. Put up at the Stag and Lion, they're allowed a moment to catch their breath, enjoy a hot bath, and a hot meal. With Lan continually reminding them that they can trust no one, will Rand even be able to find peace in sleep? Discover the answer in the Eye of the World! Dynamite Entertainment

Wednesday Comics on Thursday - April 7, 2011

I picked up my new comics late today so have not had time to read them. I'll share my favorite covers though, which are both by Brett Booth.

Both of these are from Dynamite Entertainment.

Jim Butcher's The Dresden Files: Fool Moon #1

Wednesday Comics on Thursday - April 7, 2011
Harry Dresden`s life is a mess. His top client (and close friend), Lt. Karrin Murphy no longer trusts him. Chicago`s underworld and the cops alike think he`s mobster Johnny Marcone`s supernatural enforcer. And the enigmatic White Council continues to view him with suspicion. If all that weren`t enough, a pack of werewolves have unleashed a wave of terror on the Windy City. But as is always the case when it comes to the creatures of the Nevernever, there`s far more going on than meets the eye. Before it`s all over, Harry will find himself caught between friends, enemies, and arcane forces bent on his destruction. Is it any wonder he can`t find a date?

Expanding on Book Two of Jim Butcher's NY Times bestselling saga, and featuring writer Mark Powers and artist Brett Booth, Fool Moon starts with a bang and doesn't let up! Dynamite Entertaiment 
 
L.A. Banks' Vampire Huntress: The Hidden Darkness #3
 
Wednesday Comics on Thursday - April 7, 2011
Book 3 - Bygones to Blood: From the looks of all things gruesome, it appears that the Neterus' and the Neteru Guardians' old nemeses are back. They can't be sure, as the murders of fellow Guardians have been weird and self-inflicted--but then again, Carlos and Damali have found something at the site of one of the more tragic death scenes that leads them to a new demonic lair. However, the question is, will this new discovery injure the newly pregnant Damali and the twins she is carrying?

Written by New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author LA Banks, The Vampire Huntress Legends: The Hidden Darkness is an original story that takes place after the epilogue in the 12th and final book in the Vampire Huntress series of novels and should not be missed by her fans or anyone who enjoys great paranormal fantasy! Dynamite Entertainment

Wednesday Comics on Thursday - Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters - March 31, 2011

Yesterday I picked up the comic I have been waiting for since I heard about it last year. If you've read The Qwillery for a while you'll know that I am a HUGE Godzilla fan. I like all kaiju, but Godzilla is truely King of the Monsters for me. IDW Publishing released Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters #1 yesterday. The comic is being produced in partnership with Toho Ltd. so we'll see quite a range of kaiju!

There are a lot of covers for Issue 1. Retailers could buy a special cover (after buying 500 copies of Issue 1) showing their store be stomped by Godzilla. A lot of retailers did just that and there are nearly 100 of these covers. Bleeding Cool shows them here and here. I'm tempted to buy at least one from a comic shop that I shop at regularly.

Here are the covers (excluding the retailer special covers - go to Bleeding Cool to see those).

Cover A - Art by Alex Ross
Wednesday Comics on Thursday - Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters - March 31, 2011

Cover B - Art by Eric Powell
Wednesday Comics on Thursday - Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters - March 31, 2011

Cover B folds open
Wednesday Comics on Thursday - Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters - March 31, 2011

Cover RI-A - Art by Eric Powell
Wednesday Comics on Thursday - Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters - March 31, 2011

Dynamic Forces Cover
(different than the other retailer special covers)
Wednesday Comics on Thursday - Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters - March 31, 2011

There are additional covers. I have on order a 1-in-50 variant, which I'll add to the post when I see the actual cover. There is also a very nice Wondercon variant that I hope to get.

The "Quick Overview:"
The King of the Monsters rises again, and for the first time in comics, he’s bringing lots of other beloved Toho monsters with him in one destructive saga, and The Goon’s Eric Powell is sounding the alarm. Powell will also paint covers for each issue of this new ongoing series, including a wraparound cover to kick things off! IDW Publishing

I think that the cover art is fantastic. Really! I could look at the covers for hours (if I didn't have a lot of other things to do).

Writers:  Eric Powell and Tracy Marsh
Pencils:   Phil Hester
Inks:       Bruce McCorkindale
Colors:   Ronda Pattison
Letters:   Chris Mowry

The story is set in the present. Godzilla comes from the sea near a Japanese island and stomps around while being shot at by the Japanese military. It's a sparsely populated island, but there is still destruction and death. Godzilla heads back into the sea. When it appears that Godzilla is heading for Tokyo, the Japanese government decides to fire a nuclear weapon at him. This may not be a good idea. You'll have to read the comic to see what happens next.

There is really not much to the first issue. It's being used to set up the remainder of the story so I'm looking forward to seeing what happens next. Do I mind? No. Godzilla has stomped, the military has attacked, a bomb went off, and there will be more trouble. It's Godzilla! I can't wait to see King Ghidorah, Mothra, Rhodan, and the other Toho kaiju.

Wednesday Comics on Thursday... on Friday Again - March 25, 2011

Once again I'm posting about comics on Friday.

I completely love the covers for Neonomicon #4 from Avatar Press. It's written by Alan Moore with art by Jacen Burrows.

Wednesday Comics on Thursday... on Friday Again - March 25, 2011

Auxiliary Cover
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Wraparound Cover
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Book of the Dead Cover
Wednesday Comics on Thursday... on Friday Again - March 25, 2011
The cataclysmic final issue of the all-new, all Alan Moore, horror series spoken of only in hushed whispers for years is finally here! NEONOMICON, the sequel to THE COURTYARD Graphic Novel, is slithering its way onto shelves to take its place as a Great Old One of comics terror! Illustrated by Moore's favorite demented artist, Jacen Burrows, NEONOMICON pulls no punches as every full-colored page is covered in nightmares brought to gruesome life! Agent Brears has, quite literally, been to hell and back. Hell just happens to look like a network of tunnels beneath an esoteric little bookstore in Salem, Mass. But now that Brears has walked out of hell, she can see things that most people can't. Things that would drive most people mad. But as NEONOMICON draws to a close, Brears has one more thing she wants to show you... Alan Moore’s Neonomicon #4 is available with a Regular and Wraparound covers by Jacen Burrows and a special rare Book of the Dead retailer incentive. Comic Cavalcade

I think the Wraparound Cover is exceptional. It has a Creature From the Black Lagoon vibe. It's not the Creature though. It shows Gargouille de la Mer (gargoyle of the sea). Here's a picture of the Creature From the Black Lagoon. You decide.

Wednesday Comics on Thursday... on Friday Again - March 25, 2011

Wednesday Comics on Thursday - March 17, 2011

It was a great comics week for me, but I'm only going to share a couple of the many comics I picked up.

I'm going to start of with Issue 5 of the Warlord of Mars from Dynamite Entertainment. Issue 5 has 7 covers: 4 regular covers and 3 Retailer Incentive (RI) covers.

Cover A - Joe Jusko (50%)
Wednesday Comics on Thursday - March 17, 2011

Cover B - Lucio Parrillo (50%)
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Cover C - Patrick Berkenkotter (1-in-10)
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Cover D - Stephen Sadowski (1-in-15)
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"Martian Red" RI Cover - Stephen Sadowski
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"Black & White Art" Retailer Incentive Cover - Joe Jusko
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"Virgin Art" Retailer Incentive Cover - Lucio Parrillo
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John Carter is falling for Dejah Thoris. They are being held captive by the Green Men of Mars. Carter does not understand Martian tradition and insults Dejah. A Green Man challenges Carter. Dejah thinks that Carter has been killed.


From Moonstone Comics... Kolchak: The Night Stalker Files, Issue 2. I love Kolchak. I adore the TV Show and the TV movies.

Cover A - Woodrow Hinton III (75%)
Wednesday Comics on Thursday - March 17, 2011

Cover B - Jaime Martinez (25%)
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Cover C: Dave Ulanski & Ken Wolak (less than 10%)
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Things are looking up for night stalking reporter Carl Kolchak - he's got a new job in sunny South Florida with a fat paycheck and an editor who loves him. But deep in the heart of the Everglades, something inhuman is on the prowl; a terrifying creature with a taste for human flesh. Moonstone

I find that I gravitate toward comics that are somehow related to books or shows I loved from years ago.  These comics are special to me. What pulls you to a particular comic?
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