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Movie Adaptation Issue 1 of 4 Writer: Scott Tipton Artist: E.J. Su The comic-book version of the big screen adaptation of Osamu Tezuka's beloved Astro Boy is coming at you. Even better, each issue features the fantastic artistic stylings of E.J. Su!
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Movie Adaptation Issue 2 of 4 Writer: Scott Tipton Artist: E.J. Su The adaptation of Astro Boy continues here, as Astro Boy starts to come to grips with just who and what he is. Astro Boy Movie Prequel writer Scott Tipton and artist E.J. Su continue to do creator Tezuka proud!
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Movie Adaptation Issue 3 of 4 Writer: Scott Tipton Artist: E.J. Su The comic-book version of the big screen adaptation of Osamu Tezuka's beloved Astro Boy continues. Even better, each issue features the fantastic artistic stylings of E.J. Su!
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Movie Adaptation Issue 4 of 4 Writer: Scott Tipton Artist: E.J. Su The adaptation of Astro Boy concludes here, as Astro Boy Movie Prequel writer Scott Tipton and artist E.J. Su complete Astro Boy's amazing cinematic tale!
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Full Color | 83 Screens | Issue 1 of 4 Writer: Scott Tipton Artist: Diego Jourdan He's back! Astro Boy makes his amazing return to comics, paving the way for his exciting feature film debut! It's an all-new Astro Boy adventure, with Astro exploring a strange subterranean kingdom in search of his lost father, encountering weird creatures large and small. But are they friend or foe?
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Full Color | 80 Screens | Issue 2 of 4 Writer: Scott Tipton Artist: Diego Jourdan Astro Boy's return to comics continues, in preparation for his blockbuster feature film debut! Astro begins to explore the strange subterranean world miles below the earth's crust, and soon finds himself caught in the middle of a brutal civil war!
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Full Color | 107 Screens | Issue 3 of 4 Writer: Scott Tipton Artist: Diego Jourdan Astro Boy is caught between sides in a subterranean civil war, and finally comes face to face with the commander of the fierce reptilian army! Can Astro win this war all by himself? And maybe the better question is, should he? ASTRO BOY's return to comics continues, in preparation for his blockbuster feature film debut!
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Full Color | 107 Screens | Issue 4 of 4 Writer: Scott Tipton Artist: Diego Jourdan The secrets of the strange subterranean world are revealed! Now that he knows the truth, can Astro Boy undo the damage he's inadvertently done?! Astro Boy's return to comics concludes here, in preparation for his blockbuster feature film debut later this year!
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The townspeople of Calico believe in family. In fact, some say that the souls of dead ancestors watch over this town, and on a clear night, you can see their "Soul Fires"dancing through the sky. But when young Fiona Gan comes to town with her father, she finds that the Soul Fires are just the beginning of Calico's mysteries. Strange graffiti appears all over town, a huge rabbit-like creature is found in an alley, and a peculiar street boy named Jaden claims to come from the moon Now time may be running out, because Fi and her dad are not the only newcomers to Calico. As the Soul Fire festival approaches and a creepy corporation starts to bulldoze the nearby forests, she finds herself drawn into Jaden's battle for the soul of a community. Diana Thung's debut Top Shelf graphic novel is a true adventure, rooted in the diverse local traditions of Asia and the films of Hayao Miyazaki, with a modern sensibility and a hint of magic.
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With the release of a Jinn ("genie"), the Kibrani's invasion of Earth may fail. The interstellar conquerors turn to their greatest warrior, Lahasad-Brim. The only problem? Brim has chosen exile. In a critical standalone issue, Tom Taylor (Star Wars: Darth Maul: Death Sentence) and Mark Torres (TMNT: Infestation) answer the question: "Why?"
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