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Arriving in stores on November 18, 2009 are Fall Out Toy Works #2, G-Man: Cape Crisis #4, Cowboy Ninja Viking #2, Invincible #68, Viking #4, Phonogram 2: The Singles Club #5, and Underground #3.  Take the jump for a look at all the issues.

FALL OUT TOY WORKS #2 (OF 5)
created by PETE WENTZ & DARREN ROMANELLI, story BRETT LEWIS, art & cover SAMI BASRI, SUNNY GHO & IMAGINARY FRIENDS STUDIOS

32 PAGES, FC, $3.99

“TIFFANY BLUES,” Part 2: “MY EVENING OUT WITH YOUR GIRLFRIEND”
Jasper, the brilliant young toymaker, has lost his greatest creation, his greatest passion, Tiffany, to the Baron. Jasper’s concern is that while Tiffany’s physical construction is complete, she needs to learn and that is ONLY done through experience.

So when the Baron decides to give Tiffany a crash course in life, is it any surprise what happens when you give a child the keys to the car?

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G-MAN: CAPE CRISIS #4 (OF 5)
story CHRIS GIARRUSSO art & cover CHRIS GIARRUSSO

32 PAGES, FC, $2.99

His magic cape in tatters, G-Man is left powerless and alone. Will he be able to rejoin his friends and regain his powers, or will his enemies find him first? It’s more action-packed laugh-out-loud kid super hero fun from Mini-Marvels creator CHRIS GIARRUSSO!

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COWBOY NINJA VIKING #2
story AJ LIEBERMAN art & cover RILEY ROSSMO

24 PAGES, FC, $3.50

Dr. Ghislain sends C.N.V and partner Sara Nix to Tokyo to track down rogue Triplet Yashitiko Ammo (P.G.O) and things go from bad to worse, starting with the fact that sticking C.N.V in economy class on a 18-hour flight to Japan is, in the history of bad ideas, right up there with Stalin, polyester, and Axe Body Spray. Plus, we finally learn who the Scarf Guy is!

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INVINCIBLE #68
story ROBERT KIRKMAN art & cover RYAN OTTLEY & FCO PLASCENCIA

32 PAGES, FC, $2.99

EVERYTHING IS DIFFERENT NOW!
We return to Earth after the brief space interlude involving Nolan and Allen the Alien… but is it the Earth we knew?! What changes have taken place? What has transpired in the time we were away? Who is DINOSAURUS?! This issue is a can’t-miss for long-time fans of Invincible and an excellent jumping-on point for people who have yet to dip their toes in the INVINCIBLE waters.

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VIKING #4
story IVAN BRANDON, art & cover NIC KLEIN

24 PAGES, FC, $2.99

“THE HEIST,” Part Two
A simple theft is executed flawlessly, but Finn and Egil realize too late that what looked like the crime of the century is instead a hell they probably won’t survive. From the writer of THE CROSS BRONX comes a crime book for the 9th Century.

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PHONOGRAM 2: THE SINGLES CLUB #5 (of 7)
32 PAGES, FC, $3.50

Laura Heaven knows how it feels to be your age. Laura Heaven knows what happens when you listen to Saint Scott Walker on the bus. Laura Heaven knows about Lust, etc. In the fifth of their stories set in a single club night, the critically-acclaimed PHONOGRAM shows you what life is like trapped between quotation marks. Plus, a ska-tastic back-up story with art by DAN BOULTWOOD (HOPE FALLS).

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UNDERGROUND #3 (of 5)
story JEFF PARKER
art & cover STEVE LIEBER

NOVEMBER 18
32 PAGES / FC
$3.50

Wes and Seth run for their lives right into the true inhabitants of Stillwater Cave- thousands of them! Harden’s men keep coming, leaving no choice but to douse lights and hide with the bats. Back above ground people begin to realize that something has gone horribly wrong…

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Stephen Schleicher

Stephen Schleicher

Stephen Schleicher began his career writing for the Digital Media Online community of sites, including Digital Producer and Creative Mac covering all aspects of the digital content creation industry. He then moved on to consumer technology, and began the Coolness Roundup podcast. A writing fool, Stephen has freelanced for Sci-Fi Channel's Technology Blog, and Gizmodo. Still longing for the good ol' days, Stephen launched Major Spoilers in July 2006, because he is a glutton for punishment.

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