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    Top Shelf Announces 2008 Schedule

    This weekend Top Shelf Comix announced their ‘08 publishing schedule, and boy is it a doozy. The whole list is here, but some highlights include:

    The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Vol. 3: Century 1 of 3
    By Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill
    The third volume detailing the exploits of Miss Wilhelmina Murray and her extraordinary colleagues, Century, is a 216-page epic spanning almost a hundred years. Divided into three 72-page chapters — each a self-contained narrative to avoid frustrating cliff-hanger delays between episodes — this monumental tale takes place in three distinct eras, building to an apocalyptic conclusion occurring in our own current twenty-first century.

    Dogs Day End
    By Brian Wood and Nikki Cook (not Cox, sorry!)
    Following up on the time-honored adage “you can’t go home again”, Dogs Day End details the personal journey of 30-year-old Andrew Maguire, pulled back to the small upstate hometown of his childhood by his mother as she enters the final stages of cancer. Once back, he revisits the demons of his youth: his estranged father, resentful ex-buddies, and his jilted high school sweetheart. As the twin pressures of the past and the present threaten to bury him, Andrew makes an all-or-nothing decision to come to terms with it all.

    Too Cool To Be Forgotten
    By Alex Robinson
    Andy Wicks is a forty-something father of two who’s making one final attempt to quit smoking: hypnosis. He’s skeptical it will work but is stunned that when he emerges from his trance, he’s fifteen years old - and it’s 1985! Is he doomed to relive the worst four years of his life or will this second go-round finally give him the answers he’s been missing all his life? If nothing else he’ll finally get to ask out Marie Simone from history class…

    Posted by Tim Leong on April 9th, 2007 filed in Blog |

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