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Comic Book Release List – May 15, 2013

The following is a list of all comic books, graphic novels and specialty items that will be available this week and shipped to comic book stores who have placed orders for them.

12-gauge Comics

Anti #4 (Of 4)(not verified by Diamond), $3.99


Faeryland The Secret World Of The Hidden Ones Hc, $27.50

Star Wars Storyboards The Prequel Trilogy Hc, $40.00

Abrams Comicarts

Bazooka Joe And His Gang Hc, $19.95

Action Lab Entertainment

Double Jumpers #4 (not verified by Diamond), $3.99

Amulet Books

Army Of Frogs A Kulipari Novel Hc, $15.95

Antarctic Press

Miles Away Gn, $14.95

Ape Entertainment

Drew HayesPoison Elves #2 (Cover A Darick Robertson), $2.99

Drew HayesPoison Elves #2 (Cover B Osvaldo MonPeller), $2.99

Drew HayesPoison Elves #2 (Cover C Darick Robertson), Ar

Archaia Entertainment

Strange Attractors Hc, $19.95

Archie Comic Publications

Archie And Friends Double Digest #27, $3.99

Jinx Volume 2 Little Miss Steps Hc (not verified by Diamond), $16.99

Jinx Volume 2 Little Miss Steps Sc (not verified by Diamond), $9.99

Mega Man Volume 5 Rock Of Ages Tp,
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Catchiest Songs of 2011

I was toying with the idea of calling this list "Ephemeral Pleasures," but if there's anything I've learned in my decades of music fandom, it's that the silliest stuff can show surprising durability thanks to the tenaciousness of nostalgia. And "silly" certain describes three of these songs.

As will quickly become clear, I find Asian pop music more alluring than most of the cliched bombast on American radio. There were many catchy songs I omitted because they were also supremely annoying. I suppose to some people even some of my picks here are annoying, but that's the thing about catchy songs: there's a fine line between pleasure and -- after sufficient repetition -- pain.

Note that though I tried to avoid overlap between this list and my best albums list that will soon follow, I had to include the #1 song.

1. "She Walks the Night" by Matthew Sweet

There doesn't seem
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Trigun Movie to Hit North America This Summer

Oh, how I’ve missed that goofy grin on a wanted poster. The wildly popular anime Trigun is getting the big screen treatment. FUNimation Entertainment and Eleven Arts are bringing the feature length film Trigun: Badlands Rumble to America this summer! Trigun: Badlands Rumble is a followup to the 1998 anime series that ran 26 episodes. Check out some production stills below as well as the official press release that tells you all about the movie.

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Trigun: Badlands Rumble Blasts Into North American Box Offices in Summer 2011!

Eleven Arts and FUNimation Entertainment are bringing the feature length followup film to the popular “Trigun” anime series, Trigun: Badlands Rumble, to the big screen in theaters across North America in Summer 2011.

Eleven Arts is the company that has brought you such celebrated Japanese films as Memories Of Tomorrow starring Ken Watanabe and Yoji Yamada’s Love And Honor. FUNimation Entertainment
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InuYasha Final Volume #56

The final volume of InuYasha, by the acclaimed creator Rumiko Takahashi, arrives on book stands on Jan 11, 2011. This will be the final showdown between Team Kagome & Inuyasha against the demon Naraku.

Kagome, a modern-day high school girl, is pulled into Japan’s ancient past! There, her destiny is linked to a dog-eared half demon named Inuyasha. Together, they battle evil demons who seek to acquire the shards of the legendary Shikon Jewel and wield its incredible power. But can Kagome and Inuyasha stop feuding with each other long enough to save the feudal or modern world–let alone both?

In the climactic showdown, the demon Naraku’s true intentions are finally revealed! Then, Kagome is swallowed up by the Meido. Is she finally beyond her friends’ reach? And will the final battle over the Shikon Jewel draw Inuyasha and Kagome together…or pull them apart forever?! Find out in the exciting concluding volume!
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AniMania – Inuyasha: The Final Act

Last week, North American anime distributor Viz Media began airing the first episode of the long awaited conclusion to Rumiko Takahashi’s hit series, Inuyasha. Appropriately titled “Inuyasha: The Final Act”, the series will run for 26 episodes, and finally bring the animated version of Takahashi’s beloved feudal fairy tale to a close. The first episode, “Naraku’s Heart”, aired Saturday in Japan and was streamed on Hulu with English subtitles, making this a near simultaneous release. Upcoming episodes will be released the same way, with new installments airing each Saturday.

Loyal fans won’t be disappointed. Right from the start, this looks and feels like vintage Inuyasha, with beautiful opening animation set to the sounds of Do As Infinity’s “Kimi ga Inai Mirai.” Dai are no strangers to Inuyasha soundtracks, having also done the second and fifth ending themes for the show, “Fukai Mori” and “Shinjitsu no Uta” respectively.
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Inuyasha The Final Act Japanese/American simulcast Oct. 3

Viz Media announced at the New York Anime Festival yesterday the near simultaneous Japanese/American simulcast of the action-packed conclusion to the Inuyasha animated series-Inuyasha The Final Act. Beginning on October 3rd, Inuyasha The Final Act (subtitled) will stream on and hours after it airs in Japan. A new episode will air every Saturday thereafter. The anime series is rated .T. teens. From Viz, The premise: Inuyasha is a hit TV anime series based on the manga by famed creator Rumiko Takahashi, who won the prestigious Shogakukan Manga Award for Inuyasha in 2002. Many of the Takahashi titles have been adapted into other media such as anime, live-action TV series, and film.
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Manga Series Rin-Ne Online Now!

Viz Media has announced the first simultaneous East/West debut of a new manga series from legendary creator Rumiko Takahashi entitled Rin-Ne. The series launched just yesterday exclusively in Japan in Weekly Shonen Sunday magazine and online for North American audiences on

Official Synopsis:

As a child Sakura Mamiya mysteriously disappeared in the woods behind her grandma’s home. She returned whole and healthy, but since then she has had the power to see ghosts. Now a teenager, she just wishes the ghosts would leave her alone! At school, the desk next to Sakura’s has been empty since the start of the school year, then one day her always-absent classmate shows up, and he’s far more than what he seems!

Rumiko Takahashi has won the prestigious Shogakukan Manga Award twice in her career, once for Urusei Yatsura in 1981 and the second time for Inuyasha in 2002. A
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