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This March, two crimson crazies collide in DEADPOOL VS. CARNAGE #1 – the bombastic new limited series from New York Times Bestselling writer Cullen Bunn (Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe, Night of the Living Deadpool) and fan-favorite artist Salva Espin (Deadpool Kills Deadpool)! Carnage is on the warpath – moving across the country, butchering as he goes! The authorities are powerless. So how do you stop a psycho? Bring in another psycho! And you can bet this one is gonna be bloody! Don’t miss one minute of the blood-soaked chaos this April as the Merc with a Mouth tussles with the Symbiote Serial Killer in DEADPOOL VS. CARNAGE #1!
This March, illuminate the dark corners of the Marvel Universe with MOON KNIGHT #1 – from New York Times Bestselling writer Warren Ellis and red-hot artist Declan Shalvey! Moon Knight #1 will continue the exciting wave of All-New Marvel NOW! series with a fresh and sensational take on Marc Spector and his vigilante alter ego Moon Knight!
“The touchtone for this book, for me, has been ‘Weird Crime.’ Both ground-level action and high strangeness,” says Ellis in an interview with Marvel.com. “This is a take on Moon Knight that unifies all the previous takes, making the character whole and taking him forward into a new kind of crime fiction.”
“We couldn’t be more thrilled to finally have this book out in front of readers. Moon Knight is one the most fascinating characters in the Marvel library and the depths that Warren, Declan and colorist Jordie Bellaire are taking him to will guarantee this book fits perfectly alongside acclaimed books like Daredevil, Hawkeye and Black Widow,” says Editor Stephen Wacker. “This is the comic you had no idea you were waiting your entire life for.”
As a mercenary turned super hero, Marc Spector has faced down everything from werewolves, super villains to his own fractured psyche. Fearsome foes and gruesome threats permeate the darkest corners of New York City. Is Moon Knight ready for NYC? Better yet, is NYC ready for him?
New York Times had the chance to speak to a GameStop executive about the Xbox360 sales.
Halo 3 is a big part of the buzz around the 360. The executives would not say how many pre-orders they have taken for the Microsoft game, but, Mr. McKenzie said, “Halo 3 is on track probably to be the largest release that we have had in the history of the company.”>>
World Fantasy Award-winning writer Stephen King, long acknowledged as the master of modern horror, and Marvel Comics have joined forces to launch a ground-breaking new comic book series adapted from King’s magnum opus, The Dark Tower. The highly anticipated first issue of The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger Born hits shelves nationwide today.
Under the direction and guidance of Stephen King, the creative team of Dark Tower expert Robin Furth (Stephen King’s The Dark Tower: A Complete Concordance), The New York Times-bestselling author Peter David, Eisner Award-winning artist Jae Lee and fan-favorite Richard Isanove, the seven issue series will expand the saga of King’s epic hero, Roland Deschain, whose quest to save the Dark Tower is captured in seven best-selling novels published over the course of twenty-five years. The first arc of the Dark Tower comic series will delve into the life and times of the young Roland, revealing the trials and conflicts that lead to the burden of destiny he must assume as a man, the last Gunslinger from a world that has moved on. The comics will work in conjunction with the novels, further supplementing and defining the saga’s mythology.
Anita Blake: Vampire Hunter in Guilty Pleasures #1 2nd Printing has sold out at Diamond, pushing the sales of the first issue of this buzz-worthy series by New York Times-best selling author Laurell K. Hamilton well over 60,000 copies!
The Anita Blake series of novels by Hamilton has sold over 3 million copies and amassed a dedicated group of fans. Now, the vampire hunter is staking her claim in the world of comics with Anita Blake: Vampire Hunter in Guilty Pleasures quickly rising up the sales charts.
The second issue of Anita Blake has also enjoyed a sellout and a red-hot second printing and the third issue is close to selling out itself.
Both Anita fans and comics fans have been loving the series, garnering a wealth of critical praise along the way.
The sold out first printing of Anita Blake #1 was listed in Comic Buyer’s Guide in their “Dozens to Dig For.”
Plus, Michael Bailey of SilverBulletComicBooks.com calls Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter in Guilty Pleasures #1 “a solid read” and said “Stacie Ritchie has taken the prose of Laurell K. Hamilton and translated it to near perfection on the comic book page.”
Marvel and the Dabel Brothers have no plans at this time to go back to press again on Anita Blake: Vampire Hunter in Guilty Pleasures #1.