BOOM! Studios January 2010 Solicitations

by Jeff

NOV090666 BOOM! Studios January 2010 SolicitationsThe kind folks at BOOM! Studios have supplied ComicList with their solicitations for comics and other products featured in the November 2009 Previews, scheduled to ship January 2010.


Written by Michael Alan Nelson, art by Declan Shalvey, covers by Tim Bradstreet and Sean Phillips.

Great Britain is quarantined. The Infected overrun the land. What the world doesn’t know is that uninfected people are still trapped inside. They live, although in no way resembling their former lives. When Selena, Clint, and Derrick find these lost souls, the question is posed: What do these people do when they run into strangers?

24 pages, $3.99.


Written by Phil Hester, art by Brian Churilla, covers by Churilla and Hester.

The Anchor’s battle with the offspring of the demonic Breeder comes to an earth shattering conclusion, but will victory require a sacrifice The Anchor is not prepared to make? Plus, the mysterious Wound holds the key to The Anchor’s forgotten past, but is he friend or foe? Answers revealed, arcs concluded, minds blown, comic racks melted.

24 pages, $3.99.


Written by Howard Chaykin, art by Stephen Thompson, covers by John Paul Leon and Dave Johnson/Joe Jusko.

What could be more fun for detective John McClane than investigating robberies in New York City’s finest massage parlors? How about dealing with a citywide blackout? Are things ever easy for this guy? This comic is brought to you by the words « smash » and « grab. » Yippee Ki Yay!

24 pages, $3.99.


Written by Michael Alan Nelson, art by Francesco Biagini, covers by Biagini and Paul Hormon.

Dingo thought all his problems were behind him. Sure, his brother asked an impossible favor. Yes, a gigantic, feral dog started following him. Of course, his angry ex-wife came (violently) back into his life. But that was all behind him, right? Nope. Dingo was wrong. And now he’s on the run for his life. Throw in some dark magic and a family secret that refuses to stay buried!

24 pages, $3.99.


Written by Philip K. Dick, art by Tony Parker, covers by Brett Weldele and Scott Keating.

Adapting the cult classic science-fiction novel that inspired Ridley Scott’s film Blade Runner! Philip K. Dick’s masterwork ramps up as Rick Deckard stalks the elusive Nexus-6 android Luba Luft. Finding himself in an old opera house, Deckard encounters some serious trouble. The ongoing hunt won’t be over until the fat lady sings!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Keith R.A. DeCandido, art by Caleb Cleveland, covers by Cleveland and Chad Hardin.

D’Argo has seen war, his family ripped apart, and a host of horrors aboard Moya. Now he faces his greatest challenge of all. He must work with Raxil! The motormouth of a drug dealer is now forced to be D’Argo’s aide as he tracks down his greatest prey of all!

24 pages, $3.99.


Written by Rockne S. O’Bannon and Keith R.A. DeCandido, art by Will Sliney, covers by Joe Corroney and Dennis Calero.

Chiana will do anything for her friends — and on this mission to find Crichton’s pursuer that « anything » might include sleeping with the enemy! This Nebari will find out how far she’ll go for her companions.

24 pages, $3.99.


Written by Andrew Cosby and Caleb Monroe, art by Matt Cossin.

At long last … Excalibur! The final showdown between Hunter and Miranda, and the exciting conclusion to this action-adventure saga, will leave you speechless! Writers Andrew Cosby and Caleb Monroe pump nonstop action into the finale of this high-octane adventure! Covers by Phil Noto and Joe Quinones.

24 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mark Waid, art by Neil Edwards, covers by Tommy Lee Edwards and Rafael Albuquerque.

BOOM! Studios showed the world that « Mark Waid Is Evil » with the series Irredeemable. Now the world will see that Mark Waid is Incorruptible! The reformed super villain Max Damage and his sidekick, the less reformed Jailbait, set out on their first mission — to extract vengeance against an old ally who must be brought to justice and who holds an important key to Max’s plans to bring down the Plutonian!

24 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mark Waid, art by Peter Krause, covers by Paul Azaceta and Dan Panosian.

Revealed at last — the secrets behind the Bette/Gilgamos/Plutonian triangle as we learn just what brought Gilgamos to the Paradigm team originally and why he may never trust any one of his former friends ever again!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Claudio Sanchez and Echert, art by Mr. Sheldon, covers by Sheldon and Chuck BB.

Of all the gin joints in all the world, why did Kill Audio’s two-headed, warbling ex-flame have to step into this one? Love and loss are in the air as everyone’s favorite rock ‘n’ roll immortal reunites with Distress, a girl quite rightly named. Covers by Sheldon and Chuck BB.

24 pages, $3.99.


Written by Chris Gorak and Pierluigi Cothran, art by Damian Couceiro, covers by Erik Jones and Chris Brunner.

Revenge is a woman! As the murky flood waters of post-Hurricane Katrina New Orleans recede, Nola continues her vengeance-filled killing spree. More questions, more answers, more blood in the streets!

24 pages, $3.99.


Written by Andrew Cosby and Michael Alan Nelson, art by Ayhan Hyrula, cover by John Cassaday.

Toshiro Ono has spent his life making the best swords that have ever been forged and selling them to the highest bidder. But when his family is killed by a blade of his own making, Toshiro will do whatever it takes to make sure none of his swords ever kill again. Feudal Samurai Japan is brought to life like no other comic has done before.

112 pages, $16.99.


Written by Alan J. Porter, art by Albert Carreres, covers by Allen Gladfelter.

Lightning McQueen’s new Radiator Springs Racetrack is finally finished, and the crowds are descending on the town for the inaugural event, but his rival Chick Hicks has some plans to make sure McQueen loses the first big race on his own turf in this new ongoing series!

24 pages, $2.99.


Written by Riccardo Secchi, art by Stefanto Turconi.

When Scrooge McDuck’s money bin is assaulted by the world’s most sinister super-villains, it’s up to the Hero Squad to save the day! Super Goof! The Duck Avenger! Can an alliance of Disney’s mightiest keep Scrooge from losing his lucre? Collecting Walt Disney’s Comics And Stories #699-702.

112 pages, $24.99.


Written by Riccardo Secchi, art by Stefano Turconi.

Bursting from the pages of Walt Disney’s Comics And Stories comes Disney’s Hero Squad in an all-new ongoing series! Super Goof! The Duck Avenger! Eega Beeva! The Red Bat! Disney’s mightiest in their own book.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Bruno Enna, art by various.

The stakes get higher as Donald, in his new role as Double Duck, is drawn further into the Agency’s world of shadowy intrigue and danger!

24 pages, $2.99.


Written and art by Carl Banks.

Whether it’s finding gold, journeying in the Klondike, or fighting ghosts, Donald will always have help with Huey, Dewey, Louie, his much more prepared nephews, by his side! Carl Barks brought Donald to prominence, and it’s only fair to start off the series with some of his most influential stories!

112 pages, $24.99.


Written by Mark Waid and Landry Walker, art by Marcio Takara, covers by Takara and Clint Hilinski.

Can The Incredibles stand against the combined assault of the Underminer and a possible alien invasion?

24 pages, $2.99.


Written by Paul Benjamin and Patrick Storck, art by David Alvarez, covers by David Petersen and Amy Mebberson.

The epic tale of King Arthur continues, as only the Muppets can tell it!

24 pages, $2.99.


Written and art by Roger Langridge.

After the destruction of the Muppet Theatre, the Muppets have taken their act on the road, but every city they visit seems to have two very familiar hecklers. Also, Fozzie’s foray into street performance is not going quite as well as he had hoped!

24 pages, $2.99.


Written by Dan Jolley, art by Nathan Watson.

The new Toy Story ongoing continues with « The Return Of Buzz Lightyear, Part 3. » Buzz Lightyear finds himself in the most unlikely of places: the local toy store’s return bin! It will take Woody, Rex, and all of Andy’s toys to mount a rescue, but the replacement Buzz Lightyear has other plans!

24 pages, $2.99.


Written by Wanda Gattino, art by Erik Hedman.

Continuing BOOM! Kids’ all-new ongoing with everyone’s favorite-feathered penny pincher, Uncle Scrooge! The hunt for the Old Number One continues, as Magica DeSpell and the Beagle Boys pull out all the stops in their attempts to beat Uncle Scrooge to his prize!

24 pages, $2.99.


Written by J. Torres, art by Morgan Luthi.

Rummaging through garbage has never been so sweet. Join Wall-E as he continues his quest to clean our planet, one cube at a time; all the while proving that one planet’s trash is a certain trash compacting robot’s treasure chest. Come see what he unearths next in this amazing new ongoing series!

24 pages, $2.99.


Written by Riccardo Seechi, art by Stefano Turconi.

The Mickey’s Mysteries storyline begins here! Mickey Mouse has been making his living as a private investigator, but when a mysterious figure draws him into the strange and shadowy world of the paranormal, the world of everyone’s favorite mouse will never be the same!

24 pages, $2.99.


Written by Stefano Ambrosio, art by Lorenzo Pastrovicchio.

The epic Wizards of Mickey tale continues here in its own all new ongoing series! Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and Goofy continue to struggle in the Grand Wizard’s tournament, determined to win back the Diamagic from Peg-Leg Pete the Great! But who is the mysterious master that pulls Pete’s strings?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Stefano Ambrosio, art by Lorenzo Pastrovicchio.

When the Wizard’s Apprentice, Mickey Mouse, loses the magic talisman he has been charged to protect, Mickey must gather a team to win it back in the Great Wizard’s Tournament. But with Donald and Goofy as his teammates, does he really have a chance? Collecting the first four issues of Wizards of Mickey, originally presented in Mickey Mouse and Friends #296-299.

112 pages, $24.99.

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