Leave it Moonstone to get a jump on all the other publishers as they present the company’s cover images and solicitation information for titles arriving in January 2009.  The big highlight from the company?  More Buckaroo Banzai stories.  At least this hero can live on in the comics.

BanzaiOriginsHannigan100.jpgBanzaiOriginsMoyer100.jpgBuckaroo Banzai: Origins #1
Story: Earl Mac Rauch
Art: Amin Amat
Colors: Andrew Elder
Covers: Ed Hannigan, Lee Moyer

32pgs, color, $3.99
(card stock ltd Lee Moyer cover = $4.99)

“A Tomb with a View”
Another NEW tale of Buckaroo Banzai written by his creator!
What made Buckaroo the man of science & justice that he is today?
Let’s go back to that fateful day. His visionary father testing the Overthruster…and the tragedy that followed.
Young Buckaroo had to grow up fast, as you will see, for the World Crime League was well aware of his potential even then!
They go after him and all that’s in the Banzai name with guns blazing!
Join young Buckaroo, his mother, Einstein, Robert Oppenheimer, Enrico Fermi, and a band of Apache Shepherds to make things right!

Phantom0Black100.jpgPhantom0Inverse100.jpgPhantom0reg100.jpgTHE PHANTOM: GHOST WHO WALKS #0
Written by Mike Bullock
Pencils by Silvestre Szilagyi
Inks by Sergio Mulko
Colors by Bob Pedroza
Cover by ZJ

16pgs, color, $1.99

LTD (to 200) “Black Book” cover edition: $3.99

The Jump Start for the new series next month!

It all starts here! From the Chronicles of the First Phantom comes a re-telling of his origin like you’ve never seen it before. This issue is a perfect primer for those new to the Phantom, and gives existing readers something special as well. As an added bonus: several pages from the upcoming Phantom Handbook!

RETAILER INCENTIVE: for every 5 copies purchased, receive one free variant “inverse cover” edition!

via Moonstone Books


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