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Preview: Further Adventures of Red Sonja Vol.1

Further Adventures of Red Sonja Vol.1

writer: Roy Thomas, Dann Thomas, Doug Moench, Clair Noto, Frank Thorne, Christie Marx, Charles Dixon, James Owsley, Bruce Jones, Peter B. Gillis, Jim Valentino, Sue Flaxman, Marie Javins, Steve Buccellato
artists: Frank Thorne, E.R. Cruz, Estaban Maroto, Howard Chaykin, Dick Giordano, Terry Austin, John Buscema, Pablo Marcos, Tony DeZuniga, Barry Smith, Ernie Chan, Neal Adams, Geof Isherwood, Luke McDonnell, Armando Gil, Bruce Jones, Steven Carr, Gary Kwapisz, Josef Rubinstein, Gavin Curtis, Keith Williams, Alfredo Alcala, Del Barras, Reggie Jones, Kirk Etienne, Howard Simpson, Rober Quijano
cover: Frank Thorne
FC | 200+ pages | $19.99 | Teen+

Featuring a collection of issues from the original Marvel Comics series “The Savage Sword of Conan,” with each page painstakingly re-mastered for this volume! Plus, Sonja Tales from Kull and the Barbarians, as well as pin-ups!

Preview: Star Wars: The Classic Newspaper Comics, Vol. 2

Star Wars: The Classic Newspaper Comics, Vol. 2

Archie Goodwin (w) • Al Williamson, Alfredo Alcala (a) • Al Williamson (c)

Reprints for the first time the classic Star Wars newspaper strip in its complete format. No other edition includes each Sunday page title header and “bonus” panels in their meticulously restored original color. The epic seven-days-a-week sagas begin with “Han Solo at Stars’ End,” based on the novel by Brian Daley, adapted by Archie Goodwin and Alfredo Alcala, followed by seven complete adventures by the storied team of Archie Goodwin and artist Al Williamson. The pair had previously worked together on Creepy, Eerie, and Blazing Combat comics magazines, the Flash Gordon comic book, and 13 years on the Secret Agent Corrigan newspaper strip. They seamlessly shifted gears to take over, at George Lucas’s request, the Star Wars newspaper strip. Included are all strips from October 6, 1980 to February 8, 1981.

HC • B&W • $49.99 • 296 pages • 11” x 8.5” • ISBN: 978-1-68405-053-6

Preview: Star Wars, Vol. 1

Star Wars, Vol. 1

Russ Manning, Steve Gerber, Don Christensen, Russ Helm (w) • Russ Manning, Alfredo Alcala (a) • Al Williamson (c)

The first of three volumes that present, for the first time ever, the classic Star Wars newspaper strip from 1979-1984 in its complete format — including each Sunday title header and “bonus” panels in their meticulously restored original color. Initially the color Sundays and black and white dailies told separate stories, but within six months the incomparable Russ Manning merged the adventures to tell brand new epic seven-days-a-week sagas that rivaled the best science fiction comics of all time. Volume One contains 575 sequential comic strips from the strip’s premiere on March 11, 1979 to October 5, 1980.

HC • PC • $49.99 • 260 pages • 11” x 8.5” • ISBN: 978-1-63140-872-4

Preview: Vampirella Archives 13 Hardcover

Vampirella Archives 13 Hardcover

writer: Bill DuBay, Bruce Jones, Rich Margopoulos, Don Glut, Gerry Boudreau, Esteban Maroto, Michael Fleisher, Roger McKenzie, Nicola Cuti, Jim Stenstrum, John Lakey, Val Lakey, Laura Buscemi
artist: Rudy Nebres, Auraleon, Jose Ortiz, Pablo Marcos, Leo Duranona, Alex Toth, Alfredo Alcala, Anton Caravana, Enrich, Esteban Maroto, Jose Gonzalez, Delando Nino, John Lakey, Val Lakey, Laura Buscemi, Ken Kelly, Luis Bermejo, Masanabu Soto
cover: Enrich
400 pages • $49.99 • Teen+

Can you withstand the bloodcurdling terrors found within the thirteenth volume of Vampirella Archives? Take a guided tour of the Warren Publishing library with horror hostess extraordinaire Vampirella, perusing some of her finest (and most fear-fraught) capers from yesteryear, plus a delightfully devilish selection of the era’s best horror and science fiction stories. Confronting tales of murder machines and winged demons, vivacious were-panthers and killer clones, adventurous readers will thrill to the creative talent of horror luminaries Bill DuBay, Bruce Jones, Alex Toth, Auraleon, Rudy Nebres, and many more.

This edition of Vampirella Archives collects Vampirella Magazine #89-96, and features a wealth of bonus materials from a bygone era, including the “Feary Tales” feature on urban legends, the monthly “Scarlet Letters” column, “Vampi’s Vault” of creator biographies and literary reviews, and more.

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