Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Checkmate...and happy little me:)

Well, if I'm gonna keep posting about this book I'd better put the solicit text up, right? So here it is, along with a super-sweet cover by Kalman Andrasofszky!

Written by Greg Rucka & Eric Trautmann
Art by Chris Samnee
Cover by Kalman Andrasofszky
The sensational 2-part story “Mademoiselle Marie” begins! Long before World War II, a legendary French spy network was born — and now a kidnapping in Africa has turned the Mademoiselle Marie legacy against its latest standard-bearer, the Black Queen’s Knight!On sale December 19 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US

Alright, so I have absolutely nothing to do with these figures...except that I dreamed of owning them when I was like 7 years old!! Ah, if I could only go back in time and give these to little me to play with, instead of pretending my G.I. Joes were Titans members.

Based on the art of George Perez, One of the most popular Teen Titans storylines of all time appears in 3-D, with female assassin Terra infiltrating the Teen Titans as a spy for Deathstroke (seen here without his mask), thus threatening the lives of Robin, Jericho, and the rest of the team! Each figure features multiple points of articulation and a base.Advance-solicited; On sale May 21, 2008 Action Figures • PI


megan jeffery said...

Love that "multiple points of articulation"... back in MY day, they would have said: "bendable".

j.elliot said...

One starving musician came by to say: I'll keep my eyes out for Mademoiselle Marie!
Nice work!


Chris Samnee said...

Hey Megan. Yeah, when I was a kid my mom just called 'em "the first things to break when you play too rough". Like when I tried to get them to parachute from the top of the stairs with grocery bags tied to them.

Thanks for stoppin' by J.