AAM/Markosia has sent Major Spoilers the cover images and solicitation information for titles arriving in stores in February 2008. Take the jump for some Kong goodness, as well a more Starship Troopers stories.
KONG: KING OF SKULL ISLAND #4 (of 5)
Chuck Satterlee (writer)
Dan O’Connor (Art)
Kris Johnson (colors)
Sal Cipriano (letters)
Cover A – Tommy Castillo
Cover B – Joe DeVito Variant Cover
$3.99 / £2.00p Castillo Cover A
$4.50 / £2.50p DeVito Variant Cover B
The story of the rise of KONG continues. Meanwhile, Jack comes close to finding Vincent, who has almost fully recovered and is back on his feet. Carl asks Storyteller about his father. Is Carl Denham alive? Join Markosia in the 75th Anniversary of the real king…KING KONG!
HOPE FALLS #4 (of 5)
Tony Lee (writer)
Dan Boultwood (art)
Szymon Kudranski (cover art)
Thomas Mauer (Letters)
$3.50 / £2.00p Cover A
$4.50 / £2.50p Cover B
Cover A – Kudranski
Cover B – Boultwood
“Resurrection Blues” – With Papa holding her mortal remains and McClusky immune to her powers, Helen’s mission of revenge is on the rocks. But as Michael learns McClusky’s family secret, he realizes that it was a mission she could never hope to win…
Starship Troopers blasts into overdrive as the mysterious alien Lo’Phon swears vengeance on his brother‘s killers. Pinned down in the midst of a generations-long blood feud, Vanauken’s Vandals risk it all to defend a Federation outpost from two powerful alien aggressors as Cy Dethan and Paul Green’s “Bad Blood” rampages on.
Jack Anderfold is a disgraced cop who’s desperate to regain the glory years that have passed him by. He blames the mysterious Scatterbrain, who has recently appeared, for all of his problems but deep down he knows it’s his own damn fault. When he gets a chance to take down the costumed vigilante, however, Jack finds himself drawn into an increasingly dark series of events that will ultimately affect him and everyone he loves.
The critically acclaimed mini series can now be purchased in one collected edition.
At birth Cameron Williams was volunteered by his parents in a genetic re-sequencing experiment to correct his birth defects. Strangely, where other test subjects had failed, Cameron succeeded. Nineteen years later, the creators of the technology that gave Cameron a new lease on life (as well as his super human abilities) want him back…dead or alive. Cameron’s childhood daydreams of being a superhero were never like this. He never imagined he could lose the girl, lose his parents or lose his good friend.
Look for pre-production sketches by Shawn McGuan and DC’s Robin artist Freddie Williams II.