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Monthly Archives: March 2009

2009.03.25 – “Incredible Hercules” #127

“Incredible Hercules” #127, written by Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente with pencils by Dietrich Smith, hits comic book stores on March 25. Here’s the solicit from Marvel.com:

As Hera consolidates her takeover of Olympus, marking Hercules and Athena for death, she reaches out to forge an alliance with the greatest mortal power on the planet — NORMAN OSBORN! With the forces of Heaven and Earth both arrayed against our heroes, how can they possibly survive? And what role does the ex-New Warrior AEGIS play in Hera’s mad scheme?

2009.03.25 – “Skaar” #9

“Skaar” #9, written by Greg Pak with pencils by Ron Lim, hits comic book stores on March 25. Here’s the solicit from Marvel.com:

Where the Hulk smashed, the Son of Hulk slaughters. Where the Hulk found wisdom, the Son of Hulk knows only wrath. But can the shining sojourner known as the Silver Surfer reveal the father to the son and awaken the man within the monster? And can Skaar in turn thwart the Surfer from leading his master Galactus to feast upon Planet Sakaar and its ancient Old Power? Shocking revelations and terrifying twists await as Skaar and the Silver Surfer face off one last time — with the fate of billions in the balance!

2009.03.25 – “War Machine” #4

War Machine” #4, written by Greg Pak with art by Leo Manco, hits comic book stores on March 25. Here’s the solicit from Marvel.com:

War Machine + God of War = Get the heck out of the way! As Rhodey’s commando run against the mercenaries of Eaglestar International explodes into open warfare in the capitol city of Aqiria, our one-man-army makes two shocking discoveries. First, the horrifying secret of Eaglestar’s wartech may strike closer to home than he ever suspected. And second, the only thing worse than having Ares, God of War, as an enemy…is having him as a friend!

CBR posts the entire intro issue of Greg Pak’s “Battlestar Galactica” comic

Comic Book Resources has posted an exclusive preview of the entire first issue of Greg Pak’s “Battlestar Galactica” comic book series for Dynamite.
Click here to read the preview. Then check out the links below to buy the collected trades at a 32 percent discount from Amazon.com.
New Battlestar Galactica Vol. 1 (TPB)
New Battlestar Galactica Vol. 2 (TPB)
New Battlestar Galactica Vol. 3 (TPB)

“Incredible Hercules” makes the first NYT Graphic Books Bestseller List


The hardcover of “Incredible Hercules: Love and War,” written by Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente with art by Clayton Henry and Salva Espin, has made the very first New York Times Graphic Books Bestsellers List.
Click here for the Marvel press release.
Click here to buy the book at Amazon.com

Comixtreme loves “Incredible Hercules” #126

Adam Chapman has posted a rave review of “Incredible Hercules” #126 at Comixtreme.com. Here’s an excerpt:

The story with Cho was fantastic, it was a great character piece for both characters involved, and very revealing. It’s hard not to feel sorry for [Amadeus] Cho, given his life, and all the losses he’s put up with, and had to deal with. Sure, some of the things he’s done haven’t been right, he’s acted like a jerk sometimes, and had an ego that’s larger than some cars, but at his core, he’s a little boy who misses his pet coyote, more than he would ever admit, and wants nothing more than to be reunited with Kirby. The story is an interesting look at friendship, the give and take required, when to let go, when to hold on, and what friendship is.

Click here to read the whole thing.
“Incredible Hercules” #126 was written by Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente. The book hit comic book stores on February 25.

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