Moonstone Books has sent us cover images and solicitation information for titles shipping February 2007.

Story: David Michelinie,
Art: Don Hudson,
Cover: Bob Layton
32 PAGES, $3.50, COLOR

This pulse-pounding three-issue monthly miniseries reunites the classic fan-favorite 1980’s Iron Man creative team, written by David Michelinie and covers illustrated by Bob Layton!

The military wants very much to contain… and eliminate… a situation up in the Oregon woods. And Carl Kolchak is right in the middle!

But when that “situation” is a creature genetically engineered for deep-space survival of their own creation, what other drastic measures…and creations… are they willing to unleash to silence everyone once and for all?

Art/Story: Zeu
32pgs, color, rated PG, $3.50

“Operation Hammerstrike.”
From his stealth sea fortress, Excelord unleashes a devastating assault against the Infiniteens, catching the young heroes by complete surprise.

All innocence is lost as the sound of heavy weaponry shatters the peace of the once idyllic New England town.”

P15Mock100.jpgTHE PHANTOM #15
Written by Mike Bullock
Art by Carlos Magno
Colors by Bob Pedroza
Cover by Joe Prado & Rod Reis
FEB 07 • 32 pg • FC • $3.50

“Walker’s Line” Part 2 of 2
In order to save the town of Clarksville from the Grinning Skulls gang, The Phantom must leave his Aunt unguarded in the local hospital. But once the gang’s leader puts the pieces together, will The Phantom be too late to stop him from pulling the plug on Aunt Sophie?

”Moonstone’s Phantom is the real deal.” – Silver Bullet Comic Books

“If you’re like me and always wondered why people thought a guy in a purple leotard running around the jungle was cool, check out this book and you’ll understand why.” – Ain’t It Cool News

“Moonstone have covered their bases and proven that they are a worthy publisher of Phantom adventures. – Broken Frontier


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