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BLOOD & DISHONOUR SC - Full Color. Description: Beyond the Suicide Girls! The Satanic Sluts are 666 of the world's most attitudinal, creative, and original women, linked by a shared interest in all things dark, sexual, and by their membership to this exclusive group. Now, for the first time ever, 50 members of this elite legion are presented in all their glory — raw, uncut, uncensored, sometimes bloody, sometimes bound — but never bowed! 168 pages. (9x12) Publisher Rating: MATURE THEMES.

ROLLING STONE COVER TO COVER: THE FIRST 40 YEARS W / DVD - Full Color. Description: The pages of Rolling Stone are the illustrated history of rock-n-roll, pop, and counter-culture! In the fall of 2007, Rolling Stone magazine will celebrate its 40th anniversary with this one-of-a-kind DVD and companion book box set featuring every page of every issue presented in an affordable, complete, searchable digital archive. From John Lennon, Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles, Eric Clapton to Gwen Stefani, Greenday, Inxs, The Red Hot Chili Peppers and Eminem — its all here! The box set also includes a 200-page, star-studded companion book covering the highlights of Rolling Stone's celebrated history. 216 pages. (9x12)

GOTHIC AND LOLITA SC - Full Color. Creators: Edited by Katsuhiko Ishikawa, With Photographs by Masayuki Yoshinaga. Description: A fashion phenomenon born in the underground clubs of Tokyo and Osaka has made its way aboveground. A mixture of high fashion and home-made ensembles, the Gothic and Lolita scene is one of the more bizarre hybrids of Japanese street fashion, boasting thousands of devotees who dedicate their lives to creating ever more flamboyant and original variations of this fused style. Featuring portraits and group shots of Japanese Goths and Lolitas both at home and in the urban centers of Tokyo and Osaka, Gothic & Lolita is a new and exclusive photography collection that celebrates the eclectic and bizarre Gothic street fashion of Japan's teens. 272 pages. (9x7)

GOTH CRAFT: THE MAGICKAL SIDE OF DARK CULTURE SC - B&W. Creators: Raven Digitalis. Description: When Paganism and Gothic culture collide, a powerful blend of independent thought and magickal transformation results. Raven Digitalis explores this dynamic intersection and what draws us to the dark side. Practical as well as insightful, Goth Craft covers the basics of magick, with special attention to blood magick, death magick, and necromancy. 300 pages. (9x7)

Magazines

Comic-Themed Magazines

ALTER EGO #75 - B&W. Description: Behind a fabulous cover by Alex Ross, Alter Ego is double-sized FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) dynamite, with Walt Grogan and P.C. Hamerlinck on the many "Captains Marvel" over the years, from centuries past to Fawcett to Fass to Marvel Comics, and beyond — spotlighting a previously unseen Shazam! proposal from Alex Ross! Plus, there’s C.C. Beck on "The Death of a Legend!" Also, there's an engrossing interview with Golden Age artist Marv Levy, featuring art by Bernard Bailey, Carmine Infantino, Mac Raboy, Charles Sultan, Howie Post, Dan Barry, Mort Meskin, and more! 100 pages.

BACK-ISSUE #26 - B&W. Description: “Spies and Tough Guys” take no prisoners in Back-Issue! Paul Gulacy and Doug Moench reunite for an art-packed “Pro2Pro” interview examining Master of Kung Fu and their other collaborations — while “Greatest Stories Never Told” blows the lid off their unrealized Shang-Chi/Nick Fury crossover! DC’s hard-hitting ’80s super-team, Suicide Squad, also gets the spotlight, with John Ostrander, Bob Greenberger, Luke McDonnell, Jerry Bingham, and Karl Kesel. Plus: Max Allan Collins and Terry Beatty talk Ms. Tree; Chuck Dixon and Tim Truman’s Airboy; James Bond and Mr. T in comic books; Sgt. Rock’s oddball super-hero team-ups; private eye Nathaniel Dusk; and Joe Kubert’s unpublished series The Redeemer. All this, behind an eye-popping Black Widow cover by Paul Gulacy! 100 pages.

CLASSIC MARVEL FIGURINE COLLECTION MAGAZINE #63 (CABLE) - Full Color. Description: Fully authorized figurines, teamed up with an amazing magazine, put this series in a super-league of its own! The hand-painted lead figurines are sculpted by master craftsmen and based on original pieces of Marvel artwork. Measuring 3 1/2" - 4" tall, each figurine is individually numbered, comes stamped with the Marvel official logo, and comes packaged in its own box. The magazine accompanying each figurine provides a detailed history and background on the featured character, including expressive images and interviews. This month, choose from #62: Electro and #63: Cable. 20 pages.

CLASSIC MARVEL FIGURINE COLLECTION MAGAZINE #62 (ELECTRO) - Full Color. Description: Fully authorized figurines, teamed up with an amazing magazine, put this series in a super-league of its own! The hand-painted lead figurines are sculpted by master craftsmen and based on original pieces of Marvel artwork. Measuring 3 1/2" - 4" tall, each figurine is individually numbered, comes stamped with the Marvel official logo, and comes packaged in its own box. The magazine accompanying each figurine provides a detailed history and background on the featured character, including expressive images and interviews. This month, choose from #62: Electro and #63: Cable. 20 pages.

COMICS BUYER'S GUIDE #1639 - Partial Color. Description: Marvel's Ultimate universe is the focus of Comic Buyer's Guide with an exclusive preview of 2008 releases from the House of Ideas! This is the one issue Ultimate fans don't want to miss! Plus, news, views, and reviews from industry professionals that can't be had anywhere else!

COMICS REVUE #262 - Partial Color. Description: Comics Revue is a monthly magazine that reprints old newspaper strips in chronological sequence, and features about ten different series, such as Modesty Blaise, Tarzan, Flash Gordon, Steve Canyon, Little Orphan Annie, The Phantom, Krazy Kat, Gasoline Alley, and more! It gives you anywhere from a few days to a few week's worth of each series. 64 pages.

HEAVY METAL MAGAZINE (SPRING 2008) - Full Color. Description: This Spring special contains 2 amazing fantasy tales. First up is "Argstein," by Josef Rother, a 60-page tale that features action/horror in ledenhosen! Monsters are roaming the German Forest, and only the ranger's rifle stands abetween the hungry creatures and the people of the Argstein valley. Wrapping things up is the 48-page "Descur: Knight of the Eclipse," by Michael Giordani! 108 pages. Publisher Rating: MATURE THEMES.

JUXTAPOZ VOL. 15 #2 - Partial Color. Description: Presenting a gallery of underground artists who influence much of the graphics, fashion and new art seen today, Juxtapoz gives readers the latest in modern art worldwide! Each issue features interviews and reviews of artists, as well as photos from galleries and exhibits, rare sketches, portfolios, and full-color layouts of painters and cartoonists and their works.

LOCUS #564 - B&W. Description: Locus is the science-fiction and fantasy community’s journal of record, with news and reviews on new and upcoming releases, as well as articles and columns by well-known authors.

NEWTYPE (ENGLISH ED.) (FEB 2008) - Full Color. Description: The leading publication covering anime, manga, and Japanese pop culture also comes with a monthly bonus DVD, packed with episodes and trailers from the latest anime releases! Newtype USA is the English-language edition of Japan’s number one anime publication, with colorful features translated from the Japanese magazine, alongside original stories of local interest to North American fans. This is the premier gateway to exclusive news, features, reviews, and commentary and director interviews!

PREVIEWS VOL. XVIII #1 (W/MARVEL PREVIEWS) - Description: Features items scheduled to ship from March 2008 through May 2008. NOTE: Includes a free copy of Marvel Previews. 480+ pp. (8x11)

ROUGH STUFF #7 - B&W. Description: Take a fascinating look into the creative process of comic art with interviews, articles, never-before-seen penciled pages, sketches, layouts, roughs, and unused inked pages from throughout comics history! This issue features an in-depth interview and cover painting by X-Men inker Tim Townsend! Also, Craig Hamilton, Dan Jurgens, and Howard Porter all contribute their preliminary art, with detailed commentaries to explain its evolution into finished form. Plus, we spotlight legendary Marvel artist Marie Severin with a career-spanning retrospective, and also present a feature on graphic novels, with art and comments by Dawn Brown, Tomer Hanuka, Ben Templesmith, and Lance Tooks! 100 pages.

UVC MAGAZINE #5 - Full Color. Description: The new Public Enemy comic book has excited comics and hip hop fans, and UVC Magazine takes an in-depth look! Also, Denys Cowan talks about the new animated shows on BET and his comics work; avant garde graphic novelist Lance Tooks; the comics collective known as the Antidote Trust, and an exclusive interview with Tribe creators Larry Stroman and Todd Johnson! Plus, part two of "How To Protect Your Rights" as a comics creator! 42 pages.

WIZARD ANIME INSIDER #53 - Description: NANA: ROCK AND ROLL HEART • All’s fair in love, war and music as bands fight to make it big HOW DUBBING WORKS • An inside look at how anime ends up speaking English THE UNSUNG HEROES OF NARUTO • Move over, main characters—we take a look at the powers behind the big-name ninja.

WIZARD MAGAZINE #196 (IRON MAN MOVIE COVER) - Description: 2008 PREVIEW SPECTACULAR! • What do your favorite publishers have in store for the upcoming year? Will Marvel’s Secret Invasion by Brian Michael Bendis and Leinil Yu be the breakout hit of 2008, or can Green Lantern rule the racks as well as the spaceways? We forecast the comics landscape for the fanboy nation! FORGING ‘IRON MAN’ • Go behind the scenes of Marvel Studios’ latest superhero franchise, including in-depth interviews with cast members Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow and Terrence Howard and director Jon Favreau. Get inside the heavy metal hero and blast off for Marvel’s biggest movie event of 2008! ‘CRISIS’ COUNSELING • Final Crisis, DC’s latest event series, courtesy of superstar creators Grant Morrison and J.G. Jones, will alter the status quo of the DCU like no other Crisis! This series marks the culmination of everything that’s been happening in the DCU for the last several years, and we’ve got the scoop on what to expect. ‘FANTASTIC’ TEAM-UP • Ultimates creators Mark Millar and Bryan Hitch reunite to tackle Marvel’s First Family—the Fantastic Four! When this superstar pairing puts pen to paper, you know it’s going to be a bona fide hit, so get the 4-1-1 on what’s on tap for their soon-to-be historic FF run. X-MEN REBORN • In the wake of the “Messiah CompleX” event, Marvel’s Merry Mutants rise from the ashes with a whole new status quo! We’ve got all the info on what you need to know about the aftermath, including the new books, characters, creators and team rosters you’re dying to find out about!

WIZARD MAGAZINE #196 (SECRET INVASION COVER) - Description: 2008 PREVIEW SPECTACULAR! • What do your favorite publishers have in store for the upcoming year? Will Marvel’s Secret Invasion by Brian Michael Bendis and Leinil Yu be the breakout hit of 2008, or can Green Lantern rule the racks as well as the spaceways? We forecast the comics landscape for the fanboy nation! FORGING ‘IRON MAN’ • Go behind the scenes of Marvel Studios’ latest superhero franchise, including in-depth interviews with cast members Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow and Terrence Howard and director Jon Favreau. Get inside the heavy metal hero and blast off for Marvel’s biggest movie event of 2008! ‘CRISIS’ COUNSELING • Final Crisis, DC’s latest event series, courtesy of superstar creators Grant Morrison and J.G. Jones, will alter the status quo of the DCU like no other Crisis! This series marks the culmination of everything that’s been happening in the DCU for the last several years, and we’ve got the scoop on what to expect. ‘FANTASTIC’ TEAM-UP • Ultimates creators Mark Millar and Bryan Hitch reunite to tackle Marvel’s First Family—the Fantastic Four! When this superstar pairing puts pen to paper, you know it’s going to be a bona fide hit, so get the 4-1-1 on what’s on tap for their soon-to-be historic FF run. X-MEN REBORN • In the wake of the “Messiah CompleX” event, Marvel’s Merry Mutants rise from the ashes with a whole new status quo! We’ve got all the info on what you need to know about the aftermath, including the new books, characters, creators and team rosters you’re dying to find out about!

Pulp Magazines/Books

DOC SAVAGE DOUBLE NOVEL VOL. 7 SC - B&W. Description: The pulp era's greatest superman battles evil in two of his earliest exploits by Lester Dent (writing as Kenneth Robeson) After stowing away aboard a ghost zeppelin, Doc and his Iron Crew tangle with a bizarre vampiric murderer and villainous Arabs who are protecting the secret of "The Lost Oasis." Then, while returning to New York via ocean liner, the Man of Bronze encounters modern-day Amazons in Lester Dent's all-time favorite Doc Savage story, "The Sargasso Ogre." This classic pulp reprint also features the original 1933 pulp covers by Walter Baumhofer from the ultra-rare (and expensive!) seventh and eighth issues of Doc Savage Magazine, the unsold 1936 Doc Savage newspaper strip by Lester Dent and Paul Orban, and historical commentary by pulp historian Will Murray, author of seven Bantam Doc Savage novels! (7x10)

HIGH ADVENTURE #98 SC - B&W. Description: When sudden death strikes in an armored car robbery and no loot is taken, Doc Clarke, the Crimson Mask, battles to forestall a heinous crime of amazing magnitude! Reprinting "The Money Trail" from 1942! 112 pages. (7x10)

GIRASOL PULP DOUBLES: SPIDER VOL. 6 SC - B&W. Description: Reprinting two action packed 1930s & 40s adventures of the pulp-era hero The Spider, the Master of Men! These stories are complete, including the original pulp black and white illustrations. This issue contains the December 1935 story "Emperor of the Yellow Death" and the April 1941 story "Slaves of the Burning Blade.” 128 pages.

PHANTOM DETECTIVE (DEC 1936) (REPLICA ED.) SC - B&W. Description: No flash of gunpowder, no sound of doom — yet fatal wounds appear as if by magic! What sinister secret is the motivating force behind this grisly series of crimes? Reprinting Robert Wallace's 1936 story, "The Silent Death," this replica edition features the original ads and illustrations. 128 pages. (7x10)

SHADOW DOUBLE NOVEL VOL. 15 SC - B&W. Description: Who knows what secrets lurk in The Shadow's mysterious past? The Dark Avenger's enigmatic origins are revealed in the first-ever reprint of one of the rarest (and most expensive) Shadow pulps. In The Shadow Unmasks, the real Lamont Cranston's whereabouts become front-page news, and the Dark Avenger must resurrect his long-buried true identity of Kent Allard, missing aviator and former spy. Then, while investigating a Miami crime ring, Kent Allard is framed by The Yellow Band and must revert to his Lamont Cranston alter ego to clear his name! This collector's item special showcases George Rozen's spectacular pulp covers and all the original interior art by pulp-legends Edd Cartier and Tom Lovell. Plus, Walter Gibson and Will Murray unveil behind-the-scenes revelations about The Shadow's origins, while Anthony Tollin examines the bizarre saga of Colonel P. H. Fawcett, the legendary explorer whose real-life exploits inspired Kent Allard's creation. (7x10)

SHADOW DOUBLE NOVEL VOL. 8 SC - B&W. Description: "Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men? The Shadow Knows!" The Knight of Darkness returns in two of Walter Gibson's most extraordinary pulp thrillers. First, two legendary crimefighting agencies join forces when The Shadow teams with England's legendary Scotland Yard to investigate "The London Crimes" and the master criminal known as The Harvester. Then, The Shadow journeys to a strange "Castle of Doom," where murder lurks behind its battlements. Mystery and intrigue abound in this thrilling tale of lost treasure, secret underground passages, and ghostly apparitions. In honor of The Shadow's first British adventure, popular culture historian Anthony Tollin chronicles the 1930s and 1950s English pulp reprints and the 1940s Australian Shadow radio series. This classic pulp reprint also showcases George Rozen's dazzling pulp covers and all the original interior art by acclaimed illustrator Tom Lovell! (7x10)

General Entertainment Magazines

ASIAN CULT CINEMA #57 - Full Color. Description: This is the 15th Anniversary Issue of Asian Cult Cinema, featuring a special section on “The Most Bizarre, the Most Outrageous Asian Films of All Time” as chosen and diagnosed by each of the magazine's regular contributors! Also in this issue, an extensive interview with Bollywood director Subhash Ghai; Fernando Poe Jr., the “King of Philippine Cinema”; plus much more! 64 pages. Publisher Rating: MATURE THEMES.

CHARMED MAGAZINE #21 - Full Color. Description: Want to get the Charmed look? Then don’t miss the latest issue of Charmed Magazine! It’s Question Time with FAQs from eight seasons of the hit show and the Charmed novels are reviewed and rated. Plus, take a look behind-the-scenes to find out how Charmed was made! 68 pages.

CINEMA RETRO #10 - Description: Enter the new year with a special sexy spy-laden issue that includes an interview with actor Richard Johnson and why he turned down the role of James Bond! Also included are interviews with Ray Harryhausen, Luciana Paluzzi, and David McCallum, plus articles on busty actress Joy Harmon (Cool Hand Luke), Doris Day, Hammer’s celebration of The Curse of Frankenstein’s 50th anniversary, a look at Oliver Reed’s I’ll Never Forget What’s ‘Isname, a report on the Italian Western festival in Venice, and our usual round of news and DVD and CD reports. Bursting with photos of scantily-clad girls, this is an issue not to miss! 64 pages.

CSI MAGAZINE #2 - Description: Take a trip to sun and surf with CSI: Miami! Featuring an exclusive interview with "Horatio Caine" actor, David Caruso, as he discusses life in the Magic City. Hear what Adam Rodriguez has to say and why Khandi Alexander loves her job. Plus, have a sneak peek inside the Miami Writers’ Room, take part in a Whodunnit Challenge and your chance to win CSI Merchandise! 68 pages.

DARK SIDE #131 - B&W. Description: The Dark Side consolidates its position as the premier UK magazine for fans of the macabre and the fantastic. Packed with up-to-the-minute news, reviews and interviews, this issue showcases such shocking delights as a feature on Monster Rally movies, from the old Universal monsterfests to the recent long-awaited DVD of The Monster Squad. We’ll also be taking a look at the most obscure Hong Kong horrors ever seen, including such titles as Flying Black Batman! All this, plus interviews with the likes of Phantasm’s Don Coscarelli, Grindhouse’s Marley Shelton, and director Scott Glosserman (Behind The Mask) adds up to a petrifying package that no self-respecting genre fan would want to miss!

DOCTOR WHO MAGAZINE #391 - Full Color. Description: Doctor Who Magazine is the official publication of the hit BBC series, with news, photos and features! This issue, there’s a look at the Christmas Special with Kylie Minogue, "Voyage of the Damned," including exclusive interviews with cast and crew; Part One of a new comic strip adventure, “Universal Monsters”; Russell T. Davies reveals more about Doctor Who's fourth season in his Production Notes column; the Time Team watch Colin Baker's ‘Attack of the Cybermen’; all the latest books, audios and DVDs are previewed and reviewed; plus much, much more! 68 pages.

FORTEAN TIMES #232 - Full Color. Description: Named after Charles Forte, the first person to research and document reports of paranormal phenomena in a concise and coherent way, the Fortean Times is the monthly magazine dedicated to carrying on Forte's obsession with our world's secrets, featuring eyewitness and first-hand accounts of the unexpected, the unexplained, and unexplored regions around the world.

GEEK MONTHLY (FEB 2008) - Full Color. Description: Geek Monthly is dedicated to anything and everything that geeks obsess about, like the latest toys, anime, television shows, movies, games and DVDs. But there is more to the modern geek, so expect the lowdown on all sorts of things from the latest apply-to-the-forehead headache cure to how technology is being used in haute cuisine. 100 pages.

HEROES MAGAZINE #2 (NEWSSTAND COVER) - Full Color. Description: Heroes Magazine follows the lives of ordinary people with extraordinary abilities! Exclusive to the second issue, Masi Oka talks about life as Hiro. Hear what Zachary "Sylar" Quinto has to say in a special interview and meet the new season's Heroes. Plus, the heroes’ powers are examined and we count down Claire’s Top 10 most disgusting injuries! This issues is available in Newsstand and Previews Exclusive cover editions! 68 pages.

HEROES MAGAZINE #2 (ALTERNATE COVER) - Full Color. Description: Heroes Magazine follows the lives of ordinary people with extraordinary abilities! Exclusive to the second issue, Masi Oka talks about life as Hiro. Hear what Zachary "Sylar" Quinto has to say in a special interview and meet the new season's Heroes. Plus, the heroes’ powers are examined and we count down Claire’s Top 10 most disgusting injuries! This issues is available in Newsstand and Previews Exclusive cover editions! 68 pages.

PRISON BREAK MAGAZINE #8 - Full Color. Description: Amaury Nolasco as talks about Season 3 in an exclusive interview! Meet the real-life Michael and Sara, and test your knowledge in the Prison Break Quiz! Plus, all the Joliet secrets revealed! 68 pages.

RUE MORGUE MAGAZINE #75 - Full Color. Description: Rue Morgue Magazine is North America's original publication for horror in print and entertainment! Get exclusive interviews with horror favorites, ranging from George A. Romero, Takashi Miike, Rob Zombie, John Carpenter, Tom Savini, and many others! Check out the regular columns as well: "Note From the Underground," "Post-Mortem," "Cinemacabre," "Dreadlines," "The Coroner's Report," "The Gore-Met," and tons of others, all which will fill you with a frightful amount of horror knowledge!

SCARY MONSTERS MAGAZINE #65 - B&W. Description: It's time to climb the Haunted Hill again for this haunted issue of Scary Monsters Magazine! A "Scary-Day" Matinee provides a pictorial look at the original and classic 1959 film House On Haunted Hill, and Terry Beatty will create a haunted monster-piece painted wraparound cover! The feature, "Of Dogs and Monsters," unleashes heroic dogs in classic horror movies. Another article examines A Study In Terror: Sherlock Holmes Among The Monsters; Herbert Rudley and Louanna Gardner talk about the 1956 film The Black Sleep; and more in two scary interviews!


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