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Space Babe 113 The Knights of Mars Episode Two: Cos by John Maybury

Comic: Space Babe 113 The Knights of Mars Episode Two: Cos
Release date: September 2013
Writer and artist: John Maybury 
Rating: 18+ (adult humor)
Cover: full-color
Interior: full-color
Synopsis: Arriving at Syrtis Major, Space Babe is annoyed to discover that Thora Doris, Dr. Stones new Martian archaeology, assistant is even more curvy than she is...

Space babe 113 The Knights Of Mars Episode One: Tan by John Maybury

Comic: Space Babe 113 The Knights of Mars Episode One: Tan
Genre: 18+ (adult humor)
Release date: April 2013
Writer and artist: John Maybury
Cover: full-color
Interior: full-color
Synopsis: Space Babe is holidaying on Mars, preparing to join Doctor Stones for some archaeological action at Syrtis Major. But why is she obsessed with getting tanned and why is it harder than she expects?

1X: Short Stories by Charles Butler

Comic: 1X
Release date: September 2014
Writer and artist: Charles Butler
Publisher: a Planet Z Production
Cover: full-color
Interior: full-color
Synopsis: Four self-contained tales of the good, the strange and the mythical, collected in one genre-hopping comic book.

Sherlock Holmes - A Scandal in Bohemia by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Petr Kopl

Comic: Sherlock Holmes - A Scandal in Bohemia
Release date: (pre-release) September 2014 (English version)
Writer: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, adapted by Petr Kopl
Artist: Petr Kopl
Cover: full-color
Interior: full-color
Synopsis: Sherlock Holmes meets his femme fatale in one of his most famous adventures. The beautiful Irene Adler, perhaps the only woman in the world who can get one over on the greatest detective in the world has ever seen, is once again on the side of crime... but maybe not everything is as it first appears. Petr Kopl masterfully weaves events that seem unrelated while simultaneously solving two cases - the deadly danger of the speckled band and a foolish mistake by the King of Bohemia. The story takes place at the turn of the 20th century, which Petr Kopl calls Victoria Regina, a time of revolutionary inventions, precipitous events, ruthless criminals and the invincible Sherlock Holmes.

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