DC has released the cover images and solicitation information for CMX titles arriving in November 2009.

BrokenBlade_v2_FC_300_cc.jpgBROKEN BLADE VOL. 2
Written and illustrated by Yunosuke Yoshinaga

CMX/FLEX COMIX. The battle for Krisna is underway and Rygart faces off against Zess, who leads the invading army. Knowing his old friend’s forces are outnumbered, Zess tries to warn Rygart that his only chance of survival is to surrender – and abandon his kingdom. Then the war exacts a price as tragedy strikes both sides and Rygart finds his loyalty under question by his fellow mech pilots.
Advance-solicited; on sale December 2 • 5″ x 7.375″ • 162 pg, B&W, $9.99 US • TEEN PLUS
BREAK BLADE © 2007 Yunosuke Yoshinaga/Flex Comix Inc.

Emma_v10_FC_cc.jpgEMMA VOL. 10
Written and illustrated by Kaoru Mori

CMX. Final volume! It’s the event everyone has been waiting for – the wedding of Emma and William Jones. Class distinctions have made their formal union almost impossible, but true love has finally overcome society’s barriers. Of course, not everyone is happy about this turn of events. What roadblocks will be thrown in the way of this star crossed couple?
Advance-solicited; on sale December 2 • 5″ x 7.375″ • 240 pg, B&W, $9.99 US • TEEN PLUS
EMMA © 2008 Kaoru Mori/PUBLISHED BY ENTERBRAIN, INC.

Dorothea_v6_FC_cc_300.jpgDOROTHEA VOL. 6
Written and illustrated by Cuvie

CMX. In this final volume, Dorothea’s epic adventure reaches a dramatic conclusion. The siege of Nauders is underway; can Dorothea’s friends Else and Gyurk rally the citizens to repel the invaders – without Dorothea, who’s been captured by the pious Konrad? He finally has the prisoner he’s sought for so long and it’s going to take all of Dorothea’s wits and strength to survive.
Advance-solicited; on sale December 9 • 5.5” x 8” • 226 pg, B&W, $12.99 US • MATURE
DOROTHEA – MAJYO NO TETTSUI Vol. 6 © 2008 Cuvie/FUJIMISHOBO.

GoWest_v4_FC_cc.jpgGO WEST VOL. 4
Written and illustrated by Yu Yagami

CMX. It’s the last roundup for Naomi’s wild west adventure. She and her friends face off against the deadly Death-Kachina, the most dangerous outlaw in the west. He’s the only one who knows the truth about the fate of Naomi’s parents, but can they get him to talk? Mingo and Gunman get reunited with their families, but will Naomi be so lucky? Find out where she ends up in this final volume.
Advance-solicited; on sale December 16 • 5″ x 7.375″ • 194 pg, B&W, $9.99 US • TEEN PLUS
Go West! © YU YAGAMI/ASCII MEDIA WORKS Inc.

Crayon_v10_FC_cc.jpgCRAYON SHINCHAN VOL. 10
Written and illustrated by Yoshito Usui

CMX. Shin’s parents will do anything to save a buck, but can the Noharas master a food eating challenge that no one’s ever beaten before? The animal world steps into the spotlight, as Shin’s dog Shiro confronts an intimidating cat and Shin takes a twisted view of both a horse and a snake. Then thoughts turn to family as Shin takes a shine to a baby and wants a little brother of his own.
Advance-solicited; on sale December 23 • 5″ x 7.375″ • 128 pg, B&W, $7.99 US • MATURE
CRAYON SHINCHAN Vol. 10 © Yoshito Usui 1990/Futabasha.

Teru_v6_FC_cc.jpgTERU TERU X SHONEN VOL. 6
Written and illustrated by Shigeru Takao

CMX. Shinobu’s relationship with the ninja Saizo is changing. Are they shifting from lady and protector to something a lot more equal…and way more romantic? Shinobu’s mom warns her to back off, but her teacher Shogo is a bit more open-minded. Meanwhile, someone’s got a security tape that shows the young couple in an affectionate embrace and Saizo’s determined to keep it suppressed.
Advance-solicited; on sale December 30 • 5″ x 7.375″ • 192 pg, B&W, $9.99 US • TEEN PLUS
TERU TERU X SHONEN © 2001 Shigeru Takao/HAKUSENSHA, INC.

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