More Marvel Comics Shipping December 19, 2007

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Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with more advance looks at new books shipping next week -- December 19, 2007 -- to comics stores everywhere. When you're done checking out these exciting previews of "Cable & Deadpool" #48, "Captain America: The Chosen" #5, "Foolkiller" #3, "Iron Man: Enter the Mandarin" #4, "She-Hulk" #24 and "Terror, Inc." #4, don't forget to stop by CBR's Marvel Comics forum to discuss these titles with fellow readers.

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CABLE & DEADPOOL #48
COVER BY: SKOTTIE YOUNG

WRITER: FABIAN NICIEZA

PENCILS: REILLY BROWN

INKS: JEREMY FREEMAN

COLORED BY: GOTHAM ENTERTAINMENT GROUP

LETTERED BY: DAVE SHARPE

THE STORY:

With his best pal gone, Deadpool continues his trek through time and space, spreading friendship and mercenary whoop-@$$ throughout the cosmos. After concluding his mysterious mission for Dr. Strange, Deadpool finds himself in the middle of a Louisiana swamp, confronted by He-Who-Has-Died-Twice, the Master of All Reptiles himself, BROTHER VOODOO. What shenanigans await these two? Find out in "Alone Again, Naturally" part 6!

Rated A ...$2.99

CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE CHOSEN #5
COVER BY: MITCH BREITWEISER

WRITER: DAVID MORRELL

PENCILS: MITCH BREITWEISER

INKS: MITCH BREITWEISER

COLORED BY: BRIAN REBER

LETTERED BY: CORY PETIT

THE STORY:

Captain America is dying. The super-soldier treatment through which Steve Rogers became the Sentinel of Liberty blessed him with tremendous strength, speed, intelligence and slowed aging. But the human body can only take so much, and after the long years spent serving his country, Steve's once-frail frame is finally breaking down. Can he be replaced? Is that why U.S. Marine Corpsman James Newman has been seeing Cap in his head during pitched combat in Afghanistan?

Award-winning writer David Morrell --- father of the modern action novel and creator of John Rambo in his novel First Blood --- and artist Mitch Breitweiser present a stunning vision of Captain America in modern-day wartime, facing the greatest -- and final --- challenge of his life.

Cardstock Cover/Rated T+ ...$3.99

FOOLKILLER #3
COVER BY: LAN MEDINA

WRITER: GREGG HURWITZ

PENCILS: LAN MEDINA

COLORED BY: ANDY TROY

LETTERED BY: JOSEPH CARAMAGNA

THE STORY:

"FOOL'S PARADISE," Part 3

Move over Frank Castle, there's a new vigilante in town. The Foolkiller has been brutally introduced to the human joke, and he wants to make sure fools everywhere take note. Right now, he wants names, and Nathan McBride is only too happy to give him four: Tyrell, Cyrus, Slick Brukowski and Dirty Pete. When the Foolkiller's done with them, they'll have spat out all the information he needs to carve his way up the food chain to his ultimate prey: the man they call The Cheese.

CARDSTOCK COVER/Explicit Content ...$3.99

IRON MAN: ENTER THE MANDARIN #4
COVER BY: ERIC CANETE

WRITER: JOE CASEY

PENCILS: ERIC CANETE

INKS: ERIC CANETE

COLORED BY: DAVE STEWART

LETTERED BY: COMICRAFT

THE STORY:

More madness and mayhem from the malevolent Mandarin, villainous star of the upcoming Iron Man movie! When the Mandarin's son, Temugin, comes to kill Tony Stark, Iron Man is helpless to do anything about it.

Rated A ...$2.99

PRICE: 2.99

IN STORES: December 19, 2007

SHE-HULK #24
COVER BY: MIKE DEODATO

WRITER: PETER DAVID

PENCILS: SHAWN MOLL

INKS: VICTOR OLAZABA

COLORED BY: AVALON STUDIOS

LETTERED BY: DAVE SHARPE

THE STORY:

Want to know what's up with She-Hulk? This is the issue to find out: Visit her new home. Meet her new neighbors. Say hello to her new boss. And share her first encounter with the man who may become her new love interest...or her greatest enemy...or possibly both.

Rated T+ ...$2.99

TERROR, INC. #4
COVER BY: JELENA KEVIC-DJURDJEVIC

WRITER: DAVE LAPHAM

PENCILS: PATRICK ZIRCHER

INKS: PATRICK ZIRCHER

COLORED BY: JUNE CHUNG

LETTERED BY: VC - JOSEPH CARAMAGNA

THE STORY:

Start with one cursed, eternally decomposing hero, 15 and a half centuries old. Remove the mystical left arm keeping him alive. Add his gorgeous, brainy, sexy, classy executive assistant, throw in the leader of a worldwide terrorist organization, stir in hundreds of assassins, and sprinkle liberally with spare body parts. Mix all the ingredients in a cocktail shaker, stir vigorously for five issues, and serve in a chilled martini glass. By David Lapham (Stray Bullets) and Patrick Zircher (IRON MAN). Goes well with olives.

Explicit Content ...$3.99

 
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