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Some of the most creative comics are coming out in digital format first these days. Last week, for instance, I reviewed Edison Rex, a great book if you haven’t given it a chance yet. This week, I want to talk about Pawn Shop, written by Captain Ultimate co-creator Joey Esposito, which is about 180 degrees the other direction. But it’s still a book not to be missed!

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Live Free or Die Hard director Len Wiseman has been tapped to direct Radical Publishing’s movie adaptation of Shrapnel. Co-created by Zombie Studios’ CEO Mark Long and science fiction novelist Nick Sagan, Shrapnel is an epic 3-part miniseries that unfolds in a dystopian future in which imperialism has laid siege to the Solar System and Venus stands as the last free colony of humanity. Caught in the middle of this interplanetary war is Samantha “Sam” Vijaya, a soldier in self-imposed exile recovering from her service in the military. When the battle once again crashes into Sam’s life, she must choose

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Radical PublishingSolicitations

Radical Comics has announced Arthur Sydam will be providing the cover to Shrapnel: Aristeia Rising #2 – and it isn’t a zombie variant! “Arthur always delivers when it comes to creating great covers, and this is no different,” said Barry Levine, President and Publisher at Radical. “Going into issue #2 of Shrapnel: Aristeia Rising, we definitely wanted a strong image of Samantha, and I knew that Arthur would be the artist to portray that. What he created is simply amazing, and a wonderful addition to our library of great covers.” Shrapnel #2 arrives in February 2009. via Radical Comics

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Radical Publishing

Radical Publishing has announced it will kick off its largest series to date with an 18-issue, three-series tale called Shrapnel. SHRAPNEL: ARISTEIA RISING, created by Mark Long (president of Zombie Studios) and Nick Sagan (Everfree), unfolds in a dystopian future in which imperialism has laid siege to the Solar System and Venus stands as the last free colony of humanity. Caught in the middle of this interplanetary war is Samantha “Sam” Vijaya, a soldier in self-imposed exile recovering from her service in the military. When the battle once again crashes into Sam’s life, she must choose to either remain on

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