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Archaia sent Major Spoilers sneak peeks of Titanium Rain Double Size #2 and The Secret History of Book Six, both of which arrive in stores this week (November 4, 2009).

TITANIUM RAIN DOUBLE SIZE #2 (of 2)
(W/A) Josh Finney and Kat Rocha

High in the skies over war-torn China, Alec’s fight for survival has become desperate. With his plane badly damaged and his wingman killed, all odds are against him as two enemy Dracos close in for the kill. Will Alec make it home in one piece, or be forced to eject over enemy territory? And what were the world events that spiraled into the Sino Conflict? All is revealed in this double-sized issue containing issues #3 and #4!

Full Color      $4.99       48 pages        Mature Readers (Contains Graphic Violence)

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THE SECRET HISTORY BOOK SIX
(W) Jean-Pierre Pécau       (A) Leo Pilipovic and Carole Beau       (Cov) Manchu and Olivier Vatine

The critically acclaimed French comic book series that turns history on its head finally returns from Archaia after a long absence!

The Eagle and the Sphinx. 1793, Toulon: Aker saves the life of a young Corsican artillery officer, and finds a man able to demolish the old tyrannies. Six years later, Napoleon leads the French army into Alexandria in Egypt. Lascari, an old knight of the order of Malta, is dispatched on an archeological expedition in search of a forgotten temple, but an ancient curse reappears from the desert.

Full Color      $5.95       48 pages        Mature Readers (Contains Nudity, Graphic Violence and Adult Content)

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