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CrossGen's Solus #7
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Marvel's Mutants Gains New Penciler
Marvel's New Mutants has a new artist onboard, and we've got a five-page preview. See if he's got the chops.
Image Rocks Out With Shangri-La
Are you ready to rock and roll? Image is, with their upcoming graphic novel Shangri-La. Read the details here.
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Spider-Man and The Incredible Hulk team up for charity in a special December one-shot. Read all about it.
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Guy Davis' sin-slayer is back in The Marquis: Intermezzo, coming from Oni Press. Read all about it.
Marvel Unveils '04 FF Plans
Marvel plans three Fantastic Four series for 2004, and we've got the details and preview art. Check this out.
2F2F DVD Contest
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Comic News:
CrossGen Collects Route 666
By Brian Jacks


From the office of CrossGen's Bill Rosemann:

Psycho killer or psychic savior? To the newspapers, Cassandra Starkwather is an escaped lunatic on a cross-country killing spree. To the police, Cassie is Public Enemy Number One. And to the diabolical creatures from a hellish realm called Perdition, the troubled teenager is an unpredictable new enemy threatening their global conspiracy to steal human souls!

AintItCoolNews.com calls ROUTE 666 "the best horror comic to hit the stands since Alan Moore's run on Swamp Thing." The Knoxville News-Sentinel says it "builds suspense and tension better than most big-screen horror movies." The Washington Times proclaims that "ROUTE 666 is a classic scare." Now it's time for you to discover why the critics are digging this funny, freaky series as writer Tony Bedard, penciler Karl Moline, inker John Dell, and colorist Nick Bell present ROUTE 666 vol. 1: HIGHWAY TO HORROR!

On sale April 2nd, this 160-page graphic novel collects the first six issues of the acclaimed scare-fest in one handy volume...so fill up the gas tank, sharpen your wooden stakes, and take a road trip straight into the heart of terror!

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