Red 5 Comics has sent Major Spoilers the cover images and solicitation information for titles shipping in September 2008.  Top of the list?  Atomic Robo, of course!

Atomic Robo #2
Writer:    Brian Clevinger
Art:        Scott Wegener
Colors:    Ronda Pattison
Letters:    Jeff Powell

The Eisner-nominated adventures continue… June, 1943: control of the Mediterranean hangs in the balance as the Allied Invasion of Sicily crashes against elite Nazi soldiers in “walking tank” armor that only ATOMIC ROBO can stop! Too bad he’s battered, beaten, shot, hit with grenades, captured, and miles away. What does this mean for the Allies who are trapped between the sea and these unstoppable Nazi super weapons?

RETAIL PRICE:    $ 2.95
STREET DATE:    September 10, 2008


Abyss TPB Volume 1
Writer:    Kevin Rubio
Pencils:    Lucas Marangon
Inks:        Nick Schley
Colors:    Andrew Dalhouse
Letters:    Troy Peteri

What if you found out your father was ABYSS, the world’s worst super-villain? Eric Hoffman inherited more than a billionaire fortune… he also got a killer robot, a plot to destroy San Francisco and an infamous legacy to live down.  Join the dysfunctional comedy adventure from the warped mind of Kevin Rubio, creator of parody film web phenomenon “TROOPS” and the creative team behind comedy smash “Star Wars: Tag and Bink”.

RETAIL PRICE:    $ 9.95
STREET DATE:    September 17, 2008


ZMD: Zombies of Mass Destruction
Writer:    Kevin Grevioux
Pencils:    Geraldo Borges
Colors:    Andrew Dalhouse
Letters:    Troy Peteri
Cover:        Paul Ballard

When a U.S. military zombie operative goes missing in Lebanon, Colonel Matthew Drake is summoned to the Pentagon where he is exposed to the true horrors of the necronites program.  Drake’s past and future are called into question, with answers to be found only with an undead soldier wandering the desert.   From the creator the of UNDERWORLD movie franchise.

RETAIL PRICE:    $ 3.25
STREET DATE:    September 24, 2008


via Red 5 Comics


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