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Before horn-head, before the crusader with a cape, before the guy who wears a skull on his chest, before the crawler of walls, there was…THE ORIGINALS!

Moonstone Entertainment, Inc, known for breathing new life into classic characters does it once again with RETURN OF THE ORIGINALS: BATTLE FOR L.A.!  This graphic novel, story by CJ Henderson and art by Mark Sparacio, relates a story based on a true historical event that has been classified…until now! A tale that brought the greatest heroes of the Pulp era together in a high action, fast paced attempt to save Los Angeles and the very world.

In Feb, 1945, an object (or objects) appeared in the night sky above Los Angeles. The US anti-aircraft artillery opened fire, and over 1000 shells were fired at this object(s), but to no avail, nothing was brought down.

What this object was remains a mystery…until now! Moonstone has unearthed the classified governmentt documents that show the real truth!  Documents that reveal just what occurred over LA in 1945 and chronicles the exploits of the heroes that teamed up to eliminate this threat!

RETURN OF THE ORIGINALS:  BATTLE FOR LA Graphic Novel
Story: CJ Henderson, Art: Mark Sparacio
SC, 90pgs, b/w, 7” x 10”, squarebound, $9.95(AVAILABLE NOW)
http://moonstonebooks.com/shop/item.aspx?itemid=759
or order today from your local comic shop!

Deluxe HC: 100pgs, COLOR, $33.95 (COMING SOON)
**The DELUXE HC, is in COLOR and also includes a bonus story of how The SPIDER got involved in this battle!

Moonstone Entertainment, Inc. publishes comics and illustrated fiction designed to “awaken your sense of adventure”, featuring classic and new heroes in thrilling tales of adventure, mystery, and horror. For more than a decade, Moonstone Entertainment, Inc. has created fine and distinct comic books, Graphic Novels and prose…books that are meant to be read.  Awaken your sense of adventure at http://www.moonstonebooks.com/

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1 Comment

  1. TaZ
    December 30, 2010 at 5:31 pm — Reply

    This, I’m interested in. I have always loved “pulp” characters. I bet it’s tricky keeping that top hat on during a fight.

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