COMICS BUYER'S GUIDE #1522 (17 Jan 2003)

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COMICS BUYER'S GUIDE #1522
17 Jan 2003
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     January 4, 2003 | CBG's 2003 Preview
    From COMICS BUYER'S GUIDE #1522 (17 Jan 03)
    COMICS 2003: A PREVIEW
    written by Nathan Melby
    Publishers pick Top 5 favorites from their upcoming releases
  • COMICS BUYER'S GUIDE #1522 (17 Jan 03), Features Solus on the cover
  • CrossGen Comics
    CrossGen will introduce five titles beginning in 2003, including a monthly that features work by George Pérez and an odd take on the concept of a modern super-hero family (The Crossovers).

    (excerpt)

    . . .

    In March the company will ship Solus #1, which will be in its 300th consecutive on-time CrossGen issue. There's more than promptness involved in the announcement, since Solus will not only feature the return of George Pérez to a monthly comics, the storyline will also take readers through the CrossGen universe, as its focal character tries to put the pieces of her life together by visiting its assorted worlds.


    (Vu: Features the very same advertisement that appeared in PREVIEWS, only on one page. See also PREVIEWS CONSUMER ORDER FORM (Jan 03). Since SOLUS #1 is the 300th consecutive on-time issue, expect to hear a lot more about the comic book when it hits the stores.)


    Related links: www.comicsbuyersguide.com and www.crossgen.com.



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