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Dark AvengersMarvelMs MarvelSneak Peek

With Moonstone masquerading as the new Ms. Marvel in the Dark Avengers, where does that leave Carol Danvers?  Marvel has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Ms. Marvel #38, that arrives April 29, 2009.

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Bomb QueenImage ComicsPress Release

5 March 2009 (Berkeley, CA) – This May, summer heats up early as Shadowline Publisher Jim Valentino, BRUCE THE LITTLE BLUE SPRUCE’s Kristen Simon and I HATE GALLANT GIRL’s Kat Cahill and Seth Damoose launch the ultimate super-heroine one-shot, BOMB QUEEN PRESENTS: ALL GIRL COMICS! “Ever since restarting Shadowline, we’ve been slowly building up our very own corner of the Image universe, especially in the pages of BOMB QUEEN, SHADOWHAWK and most recently I HATE GALLANT GIRL. A spotlight is long overdue,” Valentino said. “BOMB QUEEN PRESENTS: ALL GIRL COMICS showcases our super-heroines and most infamous super-villianess like never before

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MarvelMarvel Solicitation

Now that Norman Osborn’s plans have been revealed in Dark Avengers #1, Marvel has unveiled the cover images and solicitation information for Ms. Marvel #38, and Dark Reign: Hawkeye #1.

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Image ComicsShadowlineSolicitations

Image’s Shadowline imprint has several trade paperbacks and books arriving in stores in March 2009, and Image has sent Major Spoilers the cover images and solicitation information.  The best item on the list (from my stand point) is Platinum Grit by Trudy Cooper and Danny Murphy.  It’s a collected web comic, but one that is very well put together.

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ShadowlineSolicitations

Shadowline, the new imprint from Image Comics, has sent Major Spoilers the cover images and solicitation information for titles arriving in December 2008.

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Image ComicsShadowlineSolicitations

Don’t you just hate it when you have all the qualifications for a job, yet it goes to someone else?  That’s what happens to Renee Tempete, who should be the new Galaxy Girl, but instead the role goes to a hottie with no powers at all.  This leads to the three issue mini-series from Image Comics Shadowline imprint by Kat Cahill and Seth Damoose. Based on skill alone, Renee Tempete should be the new Galaxy Girl. Instead, a buxom blonde with no actual powers holds the title. As events unfold, Renee struggles not only against monsters, criminals and giant robots,

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