We don’t have all the solicitations up for July 2009 yet, but Moonstone Books is taking the lead by sending us the cover images and solicitation information for titles arriving in August 2009.

PGENcover6Mock100.jpgThe Phantom Generations #6
Story: Steve Hockensmtih
Art: Scott Brooks
Colors: Renato Guerra
Cover: Ruben Procopio, Douglas Klauba

32pgs, color, $3.99

A new maxi series of one shot comic novellas, with each issue by a different creative team telling a tale of one of the 21 Phantoms!

Think DIE HARD on a pirate ship!

Join acclaimed mystery novelist Steve Hockensmith and the 6th Phantom in “Hellfire”, a tale of a ruthless buccaneer with delusions of grandeur.

DLCover2Matt100.jpgDominoLady2CoverB100.jpgDomino Lady #2
Story: Nancy Holder
Art: Jan Carlos Maniquis
Colors: Jason Jensen
Covers: Matt Larson, Cortney Skinner
32pgs, color, $3.99-Mature readers

Buffy novelist and four time Bram Stoker Award winner Nancy Holder uncovers the sexy romp secrets of our stunning Blond Bombshell in “The Zeppelin Affair”!  There’s noir revenge and desperation a-plenty in this high flying mystery adventure!  The Domino Lady takes no prisoners…unless there’s one she likes, of course.

(2 covers, ratio = 75% Matt Larson, 25% Cortney Skinner)

rotten4-100.jpgROTTEN #4
Story: Mark Rahner, Robert Horton
Art: Dan Dougherty
32pgs, color, $3.99

Our new zombie series continues!

Agents Wade and Flynn go undercover as commanders of a snowbound and isolated Army fort where discipline is in shorter supply than ammo. The soldiers are slowly disappearing. Some of the grotesque things that wander to the fort freeze before they make it. Others don’t. With only one arm and baffling orders to maintain the fort for an important visitor, Wade must deal with increasingly inhuman troops and what promises to be a horrific case of FROSTBITE!

via Moonstone Books


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