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DCPress ReleaseVertigo

Press Release The highly anticipated final issue of 100 BULLETS (Vertigo / 48 pages / color / $4.99) by Chicago writer Brian Azzarello (Joker) and Argentinean artist Eduardo Risso hits stores April 15th. Nearly a decade in the making, 100 BULLETS is one of the longest running comic book series to be produced, without interruption, by the same writer, artist and cover artist, Dave Johnson. This Eisner and Harvey Award-winning comic book series has garnered significant critical acclaim from the literati, artists, crime publications and the comic trade press alike. It has also found high profile fans in comic superstars

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Boom StudiosDigital ComicsPress Release

LOS ANGELES- February 17th, 2009 – The Digital Age of comics has begun on Google’s revolutionary Android Mobile Operating System, and BOOM! Studios and iVerse Media are proud to announce that “HEXED #1” is the FIRST Digital Comic to be released for the platform. On Friday, February 6th, 2009 “HEXED #1” premiered in Google’s “Android Marketplace” and in less than 48 hours the free comic had been downloaded more than 10,000 times, and received a stellar 4.72 out of 5 rating from over 600 user reviews. “HEXED #1” will also be avaialable on the the iPhone App Store this week.

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Zenescope Entertainment

I’ve enjoyed the cheesecake Return to Wonderland and related tie-in series from Zenescope Entertainment.  The CS Moore Studio Ltd. has announced a deal with Fantastic Realm to create a statue based on Billy Tucci’s Carroll Ann “Callie” Liddy from the series (that’s the one above if you haven’t figured it out). The story follows the now grown Alice Liddle as she travels back to Wonderland – this time with her 18 year old daughter Calie in tow. With stunning art and a new take on the Alice in Wonderland fairy tale, Zenescope’s stories have riveted readers and garnered critical acclaim.

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Arcana StudiosMovies

Arcana Comics has announced that Jennica Harper has been hired to write the big screen adaptation of the company’s Clockwork Girl. The comic tells the tale of a nameless robot girl and her friendship with an amazing mutant boy. The series was the first release from Arcana’s new Arcana Kids imprint and has received critical acclaim for its artwork and touching story. If you haven’t picked up the hard cover of this nice series, you really should; it is a sweet little story that will make a great animated film. via Arcana Comics

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Press ReleaseRadical Publishing

Press Release July 7th, 2008, LOS ANGELES – Released on April 30th to critical acclaim, Hercules: The Thracian Wars #1 and Caliber: First Canon of Justice #1 has been a big hit with both retailers and fans. Despite efforts to satisfy the public with extra copies of Hercules and Caliber printed in case of a sellout, the demand for more continues to grow. Because of this, Radical Publishing is pleased to announce that a 2nd printing is on the way for both titles.

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Archie ComicsMovies

I love the art style of Arcana Comics’ Clockwork Girl, and the story is very good too. Clockwork Girl tells the tale of a nameless robot girl who has recently been given the gift of life from her creator. While she explores the wonders of an ordinary world she meets an amazing mutant boy and they share a friendship that must overcome their warring families. Created by Sean O’Reilly and Kevin Hanna, the series was the first release from Arcana’s all ages division, Arcana Kids. Debuting in July 2007 the book received critical acclaim for its astounding artwork and timeless

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