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Spotlight: Damsels Mermaids
Damsels Mermaids #0-5
The Little Mermaid’s fairy tale had a happy ending… but not for her. Now she lives a secluded life away from her people, angry at the world, courting danger at every turn, and daring death to find her. When a handsome prince is exiled on her lonely island, he offers her a chance to pay the world back, asking for her aid in his battle against the oppressive Hieromancers of Atlantis. But can she trust him? Or is he simply the next charming prince in line to betray her?
New this week:
No World Vol. 1 #4 from Aspen Comics
Genre: Action/Adventure, Fantasy
The corporation of evil has taken control and with our heroes helpless to stop the coming threat, who will be able to step up and prove their worth?
CSI: Bad Rap #1-5
from IDW Publishing
Rapper Busta Kapp has no shortage of enemies, so when he turns up dead in his limo, Gil Grissom and his crew of CSIs have no shortage of suspects. The trail leads them through the underground Las Vegas hip hop scene to the shady characters therein in this made-for-comics tale
Torsobear Vol. 3
from Source Point Press
Back on the Blocks is a collection of grisly crime yarns, written in the style of old film noir and set in a world of toys. Playtime is over.
from Cloud 9 Comix
Genre: Superhero, Sci Fi, Action
Little Rania was traumatized when her father was shot in front of her eyes. To make matters worse, her mother was wrongly convicted of his murder and sentenced to life in prison. That was grounds for her tough nature and resolute character to fend off all evil, deciding to become a lawyer to defend the weak and innocent. Her determination and abilities attracted the attention of the mysterious ‘Number Zero’ who recruits for his Underground crime fighting organization. She quickly mastered all forms of martial arts, forensics, disguise techniques and other various detective skills. Her reputation as a lethal crime fighting heroine spread all over the Middle East, and soon enough the mysterious persona became known as Aya, the Princess of Darkness. Post the ’55 Years War’, Aya roams the streets of the Middle East, usually using one of her advanced transportation vehicles, stopping crime dead in its tracks and striking the heart of corruption wherever it may exist.
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