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crypt13.jpgTALES FROM THE CRYPT comic book #13

By writers Stefan Petrucha & Jim Salicrup and artist Rick Parker; cover by Rick Parker

TALES FROM THE CRYPT’s special 13th issue, by former X-FILES writer Stefan Petrucha and BEAVIS AND BUTT-HEAD artist Rick Parker, takes on the super-popular DIARY OF A WIMPY KID in “Diary of a Stinky Dead Kid.” In a second story, the Stinky Dead Kid encounters a video game strangely similar to GUITAR HERO!

Bi-monthly comic book, 48 pages, full color, $3.95, UPC 071896453065 13

nancy18.jpgNANCY DREW #18: “City under the Basement”

By writers Stefan Petrucha & Sarah Kinney and artist Sho Murase

Nancy’s taken prisoner in an ancient city buried below a luxurious Turkish estate.  Meanwhile, a group of thieves, a crooked archaeologist and a mysterious millionaire are searching frantically for a priceless artifact somewhere in the city. Nancy has to halt the plundering of this living museum and somehow make it out in one piece!

Full-color paperback book, 5” x 7½”, 96 pages, ISBN 978-1-59707-154-3

hardy17.jpgHARDY BOYS #17: “Shhhhhh!”

By writer Scott Lobdell and artist Paulo Henrique

Joe and Frank Hardy have to find out who’s making death threats against a high-school talk-radio host. First, though, they’ve got to make sure the radio host stays alive! They may not agree with the boy’s bombastic and bellicose style, but the brothers will risk life and limb to protect his right to say whatever he wants.

Full-color paperback book, 5” x 7½”, 96 pages, ISBN 978-1-59707-147-5

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