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Image Comics has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of three titles arriving in stores on March 25, 2009. Take the jump for Amber Atoms #2, Proof #18, and the Ted McKeever Library #3: Metropol.

AMBER ATOMS #2
story KELLY YATES, art & cover KELLY YATES & MICHAEL E. WIGGAM

32 PAGES, FC, $3.50

After being shot in the back, Amber’s mercenary problems multiply as she struggles to understand why her family was attacked for a mysterious key. Help comes in the form of Galactic Guardian, Ace Armstrong. Outgunned, Ace retreats with Amber offworld against Amber’s wishes to save her family. However, a confrontation ensues when they are tracked down for the key and Amber is faced with the death of an Atoms’ family member.

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PROOF #18
story ALEX GRECIAN, art & cover RILEY ROSSMO

32 PAGES, FC, $3.50

“JULIA,” Part One
SASQUATCH AND STEAMPUNK! Proof’s a young man in 1860 London. Springhel Jack is murdering prostitutes and he may be hiding out in the circus sideshow where Proof is a featured attraction. But Proof’s mind is on something else: the beautiful “Baboon Lady,” Julia.

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TED MCKEEVER LIBRARY, BOOK 3: METROPOL HC
story, art, & cover TED McKEEVER

424 PAGES, BW, $39.99

METROPOL is an epic story of the fight between angels and demons, but set in a modern industrial landscape. An apocalyptic work in which non-entity Jasper Notochord becomes involved in an unbelievable battle between the forces of good and evil!

This volume features all 12 issues of METROPOL, and 3 issues of METROPOL A.D. plus extras! The must-have definitive collection!

From one of the most critically acclaimed graphic novelists of our time, Ted McKeever!

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