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By Doug Murray, Frank Cho and Adriano Batista.

A Previews Exclusive! In the introductory priced #0 issue, Dynamite introduces readers to an original 8-page story, overseen by co-writer and artist Frank Cho, and infuses the issue with everything Cho fans want to see -- beautiful women, thrilling adventures, and, of course, dinosaurs! Co-writer Doug Murray is along for the ride, as is series artist Adriano Batista as they bring the Jungle Girl to life! Featuring a cover by Cho, this #0 issue is a must-have, and available for just 25 cents! Issue #0 leads directly into the first Dynamite Jungle Girl mini-series -- and look for the ongoing Jungle Girl adventures in 2008.

32 pages, 25 cents.


By Michael Avon Oeming, Brian Reed and Homs, covers by Art Adams, Mel Rubi, Ariel Olivetti and Paul Renaud.

Setting the stage for the next year's worth of events as Sonja brings the battle back to Hyboria to face the growing power of Kulan Gath! New allies are revealed, old allies lost, and villains abound as Sonja battles her way back to face a "World on Fire"! Oeming and new co-writer Brian Reed are joined by Homs while artist Mel Rubi works on the Spider-Man/Red Sonja cross-over.

32 pages, $2.99 (Blood Red Foil cover, price TBA).


By Brandon Jerwa, Stephen Segovia and Jackson Herbert, covers by Stjepan Sejic, Adriano Batista, Segovia and a photo cover.

An all-new series that tells an untold tale of the crew of the Battlestar Galactica! Set approximately two years before the SCI FI mini-series which relaunched Battlestar Galactica to such acclaim, the 6-issue Season Zero series follows Commander Adama and crew as they take on their first mission on board the Galactica. Everything in that time frame will be explored, including the menace and return of the Cylons, as events hurtle towards the Apocalypse!

32 pages, $2.99 (Foil cover, price TBA).


By Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson.

The Legend has The Boys investigating the murder of a relative, apparently at the hands of a super... but the winding trail will take many turns, and all roads lead to the Tek Knight! What secret does this man of machinery hold?

32 pages, $2.99.


By Brett Matthews and Sergio Cariello, cover by John Cassaday.

The cast expands as the Lone Ranger and Tonto find themselves in-between frontier justice and a condemned man -- all while the duo continues to make things difficult for Cavendish -- who's becoming more unhinged by the actions of this "lone" Ranger!

32 pages, $2.99 (Foil cover, price TBA).


By Brandon Jerwa and Fabio Laguna.

The most unexpected Highlander story begins as the first year of Highlander stories races towards a dark and startling conclusion! Starring Duncan MacLeod, and picking up from the shocking events of Highlander: Endgame (the film which revealed the ultimate fate of Connor MacLeod), issue #10 reveals that Connor may be gone, but is certainly not forgotten -- all as Duncan undertakes a deadly mission that involves a doomsday cult and the Watchers!

32 pages, $2.99.


By various.

Featuring the debut of a special Red Sonja short story from Chris Gage and artist Joyce Chin! Savage Tales #3 also features: The conclusion of Battle for Atlantis from writers Leah Moore and John Reppion with artists Pablo Marcos and Stjepan Sejic: The world around the Atlanteans is changing and growing ever more savage and brutal, can the majestic state find its way in this harsh new world? The Hunter Conclusion -- from the pages of Red Sonja -- from writers Luke Lieberman and Michael Avon Oeming with artist Kevin Sharpe: The Hunter finds a new ally in his quest to avenge the death of his master -- the Borat Na-Fori -- and seeks the ultimate revenge on Kulan Gath! The Elder Things Conclusion by Mike Raicht and artist Pere Perez: Continuing the tale of the stranded Cthulhu as a desperate band of islanders attempts to stave off his ever-growing madness! This issue is available with two variant covers by Stjepan Sejic and Richard Isanove, shipped in an equal ratio.

64 pages, $4.99 (Foil cover, price TBA).


By Simon Furman and Nigel Raynor, covers by Raynor, Stjepan Sejic and Pat Lee.

Things heat up as the T-Infinity continues on its quest to cleanse the timeline and start fresh on its quest to rid the world of the human race! Meanwhile, John Connor and his new T-800 friend "Uncle Bob" begin to assemble the rag-tag survivor's into an army of resistance fighters -- but if they discover that "Bob" is Actually a Terminator, things are going to go from bad to worse!

32 pages, $3.50 (Foil cover, price TBA)


By John Layman and Noah Salonga, covers by Stjepan Sejic, Jonathan Lau and Fabiano Nevers, along with a photo cover.

Taking place some time after the series finale of Xena: Warrior Princess and before the events of the "Contest of Pantheons" (serialized in Dynamite's Xena #1-4), "Dark Xena" finds Gabrielle making a request of the Gods and learning that you must be very, very careful, what you wish for, and how you wish for it! In this issue: Gabrielle and Joxer devise a plan to infiltrate Xena's deadly gang and save their friend! Plus, what plans does Ares, the God of War, have for this new and deadly Warrior Princess! Find out in this issue "(Re)Born Bad!"

32 pages, $3.50.


By Greg Pak and Nigel Raynor, covers by Stjepan Sejic and a photo cover.

Collecting New Battlestar Galactica #5-8, the second story arc in the saga of the "Returners" -- this volume collects the comics that serve as the best companion to the Peabody Award-winning Sci Fi series!

96 pages, $14.99.


By Chris Trillo and Eduardo Risso.

Borderline, originally published in Italy, is a 600-page epic created by Risso and Trillo with whom the artist has previously worked on a slate of other projects. This powerful piece of graphic fiction has never before been available in the United States in English. Now Borderline -- described by Harvey and Eisner Award-winning creator Risso as a sci-fi post-apocalyptic story that openly shows the miseries and kindness of Humankind -- is available in English for the first time from Dynamite Entertainment.

160 pages, black and white, $19.99.

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