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New Book--January 2002

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  • Michael Torregrossa
    Here s this month s listing scheduled to ship in March 2002: Image-Top Cow: Witchblade No. 54 by David Wohl (w) and Francis Manapul (p). FC. 32 pp. $2.50.
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 22, 2002
      Here's this month's listing scheduled to ship in March 2002:
       
      Image-Top Cow:
      Witchblade No. 54 by David Wohl (w) and Francis Manapul (p).  FC.  32 pp.  $2.50.
       
          There is nothing here in the write-up to suggest Arthurian content, but the back cover to this month's Previews asks, "Which blade will reign supreme...Sara Pezzinski's Witchblade or Ian Nottingham's Excalibur?"
       
       
      Marvel Comics:
      Union Jack TP.  96 pp.  $11.50.
       
          Reprinted because artist John Cassaday begins work on Captain America this month.  This collection reprints the Union Jack limited series from a few years ago, where Joe battled vampires to protect the Grail. 
       
       
      Graphitti Designs:
      Captain Britain Limited Edition Hardcover Book by Alan Moore and Alan Davis.  200 pp.  $69.95.  Limited to 1500 copies. 
       
          Limited edition of the Marvel collection solicited a few months back.  The limited edition includes an illustrated signature page with art by Davis.  Numbered and signed by both creators. 
       
       

      TOYS
       
      Army of Darkness 12-inch Figures:
          Ash or Evil Ash.  $20 each.
       
      Monty Python and the Holy Grail 12-inch Figures:
          Patsy (Terry Gilliam's character).  $20.00 each. 
       

      OTHER
       
      Fame (U.S.A.) Products, Inc.:
      King Arthur Fantasy Chess Set.  No price listed. 
       
          I think Design Toscano was also offering this set. 

      Michael A. Torregrossa, M. A.
      34 Second Street
      Smithfield, RI 02917-3627
       
      Web sites, Coming Soon: 
       
      King Arthur Forever: An Online Guide to Studying and Teaching the Arthurian Legend and Related Material.
       

      'Young Indiana Jones:  Travels With Father' (1996)
       
      Nikos Kazantzakis: "Well, your father is living in the Dark Ages!"
       
      Young Indy:   "Almost--My father is a medievalist."
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