Moonstone has sent Major Spoilers the solicitation information for titles arriving in May 2008.

P25-100.jpgTHE PHANTOM #25
Written by Mike Bullock
Art by Silvestre Szilagyi
Colors by Bob Pedroza
Cover by Doug Klauba

48pgs, color, $5.99
“Checkmate #5 (of 5)”
This is it…the big one…SPECIAL DOUBLE SIZE ISSUE!
Bangalla Invaded! The biggest arc in Moonstone’s Phantom run climaxes here!
Featuring wrap around, card-stock painted cover by Doug “Project Superpowers” Klauba!

“An effortlessly entertaining adventure story.” – Comics in the Classroom
“Moonstone is really treating this classic character right.” – Comixtreme

CaptainActionFMLD-100.jpgCaptain Action: First Mission, Last Day
Writer: Fabian Nicieza
Art: Ruben Procopio
Cover: Uwe Jarling

32pgs, color, card stock cover, $3.99

Forget Mr Bond…this is the real deal super-spy Man-of Action!
Welcome to Moonstone’s first “Comic Novella”, as we alternate prose and color illustration every other page!
An exciting new highly satisfying, & longer lasting, reading experience!

To become an elite covert operative, he abandoned his name.
He became ADCO-1, top spy for the top secret A.C.T.I.O.N. Directorate, His mission: to assume the identities of those co-opted by the alien Red Crawl and infiltrate their operations. On his first mission, what he found was an enemy secret large enough to require he create of a brand new identity.
He gave up his name to save his country, but to save the world, he became… CAPTAIN ACTION!
A ground breaking new direction in comics, as well as the year one untold story of Captain Action, cuwritten by (Thunderbolts) Fabian Nicieza and art by sculptor extraordinaire Ruben Procopio!


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