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Sneak PeekTop Cow

If you like beautiful covers and a lot of other art, check out the Art of Top Cow from… well, Top Cow.  The company sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the hardcover collection that arrives in stores next week.

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ArchaiahardcoverPress Release

Press Release In a focused effort to give new readers an opportunity to discover Archaia’s unique library of titles, the publisher announced today a program to offer one new hardcover every quarter for the recession-friendly price of $9.95. Kicking off the venture will be the Vol. 1 hardcover collection of the acclaimed science-fiction thriller mini-series, The Engineer: Konstrukt, which will be available this August.

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free comicsHaloMarvelTrade Paperback

In anticipation of the upcoming Halo Uprising Premiere Hardcover collection, Marvel has announced fans of the Xbox game can read the first issue of the Uprising series online for free. Bridging the blockbuster Halo 2 and Halo 3 video games, the Eisner-winning team of writer Brian Bendis and artist Alex Maleev join forces for the action-packed landmark collection that has everyone talking—Halo Uprising Premiere HC. The $24.99 trade goes on sale June 03, 2009. via Marvel

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Brian Michael BendisHalohardcoverMarvel

Fans of Brian Michael Bendis, who own an Xbox, have probably played Halo.  Bendis penned Halo Uprising, and now Marvel is bringing the series to the hardcover collection for those who like waiting for the trade. As the Master Chief battles to defend Earth from the Covenant, forces of good and evil will be drawn to the mysterious Key. Who—or what—holds the secret to the one thing that could change the balance of interstellar power? Halo Uprising hardcover by Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev arrives in stores on June 3, 2009, with a suggested cover price of $24.99. via

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hardcoverIDW Publishing

Bringing Up Father, was a comic strip from the early days of comic strips featuring an average Joe who became a millionaire, but still hung out at his old haunts.  IDW Publishing is bringing the “From Sea to Shining Sea” storyline to a 272-page hardcover book arriving in November 2009. “All the fantastic Bringing Up Father Sunday pages will be carefully restored and presented in full color,” Mullaney said. “George McManus championed Art Deco in comics, and the oversized 11” by 10” format is the best possible showcase for his wonderful designs and detailed artwork.” “From Sea to Shining Sea”

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Dynamite EntertainmentGarth Ennis

Dynamite Entertainment has announced it will collect the entire Just a Pilgrim story into a hardcover for release in December. The “Pilgrim” was a U.S. Marine prior to “the burn” and during one mission, he and his comrades were left adrift at sea in a lifeboat, and forced to resort to cannibalism to survive, with Pilgrim being the only survivor by the time help arrived. During his incarceration for subsequent crimes against humanity, but before the great “Burn” the Pilgrim found God and after the Burn, when the sun had claimed the lives and life-giving water of the Earth, he

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IDW PublishingTrade Paperbackwebcomic

Kevin Colden, creator of the webcomic Fishtown, dropped Major Spoilers an e-mail to let everyone know IDW Publishing will release a hardcover collection of the series in November. Originally serialized as a weekly webcomic, IDW is proud to collect the entire story into deluxe hardcover form.  Inspired by real events, Colden’s story explores what leads a group of teens to commit a heinous crime.  FISHTOWN is an absorbing read that compels the reader to explore a world they hope to never experience. With the switch from webcomic to print, Colden assured us that all the artwork has been cleaned up

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Mark SilvestriSneak PeekTop Cow

Top Cow has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of this week’s The Art of Marc Silvestri – a deluxe hardcover collection of Marks illustrations.

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IDW PublishingPress Release

Press Release (San Diego, August 13, 2008)   — What is Fubear? Fubear is the schism that exists between “funny ha-ha” and “funny-strange.” At least that’s what creator David Slade tells us. Coming this August from IDW Publishing, Fubear is a nice, small, square hardcover collection of the illustrations which served as inspiration for the animated comic/horror short “Meatdog: What’s Fer Dinner”, a short film that premiered at Comic Con in July 2008 and will play to the over seven million users of Xbox LIVE this fall.

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