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SUNDAY, JANUARY 27, 2008

DYNAMITE ENTERTAINMENT FOR APRIL

BROTHERS IN ARMS #1

By David Wohl, Mike Neuman and Davide Fabbri, covers by Fabbri and Stjepan Sejic.

With its unprecedented combination of authenticity, compelling story and squad-based action, Brothers in Arms has established itself as a benchmark for military action video games, quickly becoming the highest-rated WWII action franchise to date. Based on the true stories of the men who served their country so valiantly in World War II, Dynamite's all-new comic book series is being developed with game writers David Wohl and Mike Neumann, along with artist Davide Fabbri! Issue #1 will pick up with the squad in the events leading up to D-Day! Originally assigned to lead his squad on a mission to recapture the French village of Carentan, Sergeant Matthew Baker's plans unexpectedly change when his C-47 transport plane is hit by anti-aircraft fire and he's forced to jump prematurely, along with the rest of his men, who are now scattered across the landing zone. Now Baker must battle fatigue, the elements, and the overwhelming German army, to find his compatriots and continue on his mission to defeat the enemy and help win the war.

40 pages, $3.99.

THE BOYS #17

By Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson.

Part one of the four-part "Good For The Soul": Hughie visits The Legend, determined to find out more about The Boys -- their history, their personalities, and their mysterious hidden agenda. Meanwhile, Annie January (alias Starlight) has her own doubts about membership of The Seven. This storyline also reveals a little more about the other members of the team -- beginning with Butcher, and his relationship with CIA director Susan Rayner!

32 pages, $2.99.

ALEX ROSS' PROJECT SUPERPOWERS #3

By Alex Ross, Jim Krueger and Carlos Paul, covers by Ross and Michael Turner.

The Saga continues, focusing this issue on the mysterious Samson and the beautiful Masquerade! Also, more with the Fighting Yank, Black Terror and Green Lama as they continue to fight against the dynamic forces of the Dynamic Family and their machines and engines of war! Plus, the emergence of The Face from the urn, more with The Devil, The Flame and more! Each issue of the series features original character design art from Ross.

32 pages, $2.99.

RED SONJA #33

By Luke Lieberman and Homs, covers by Ken Kelly, Adriano Batista and Fabiano Neves.

The next big Red Sonja event continues here, featuring five writers -- and it's leading in to the big storyline! This month, Red Sonja vs. Thulsa Doom writer Luke Lieberman is joined by Red Sonja artist Homs as they continue Sonja's journey down the river Styx! Here, at the command of Charon, she faces her greatest set of foes -- those she has killed in battle over the many years!

32 pages, $2.99.

ZORRO #3

By Matt Wagner and Francesco Francavilla, covers by Wagner and Mike Mayhew.

Zorro comes face-to-face with the tyrannical Gonzales as the "fox" strikes deep into the heart of the corrupt local officials! Plus, more from Diego's childhood as we learn about the places and events which would define the young man and create the great Zorro!

32 pages, $3.50.

BATTLESTAR GALACTICA: ORIGINS #16

By Robert Napton and Jonathan Lau.

Continuing the previously untold story of the early days of William Adama! Picking up several years after the events of the first issue, Lt. "Husker" Adama is still serving on board the Battlestar Atlantia. As the cylon war rages around him, Adama is promoted to Captain and re-assigned to serve on board the Galactica.

32 pages, $3.50.

BATTLESTAR GALACTICA VOLUME 3 HC

By Greg Pak, Nigel Raynor and Jonathan Lau.

Volume 3 collects issues #9-12 of the companion to the Sci Fi television series. Sharon leads her strange army into the heart of the Cylon empire. Here, she'll find not only the answers to who she is, but the secrets of her very existence. Back on the Galactica, Adama works to put down a violent uprising aboard his ship, while battling the "returner" virus that has crippled more than half his crew! Also includes a complete cover gallery featuring the art of Nigel Raynor, Joe Prado, Stephen Segovia and BSG photo covers!

112 pages, $19.99.

ADOLESCENT RADIOACTIVE BLACK BELT HAMSTERS #4

By Keith Champagne and Tom Nguyen.

Ninjas! Barbarians! Huns! Monks! Hamsters! This one's got it all! Issue #4 concludes the special Hamsters revival as this opening mini-series crashes down around the Hamsters as they face off against Ghengis Khann and his own furry, not-so-friendly group of rodent ass kickers!

32 pages, $3.50.

THE DARKNESS VS. EVA #2

By John Reppion, Leah Moore and Edgar Salazar, covers by Salazar, Paul Renaud and Brett Booth.

This crossover of dark and demonic dimensions continues as Eva and Jackie Estacado are drawn together by mysterious forces and when they meet darkness meets darkness and you can bet there's gonna be a fight!

32 pages, $3.50.

NEW BATTLESTAR GALACTICA: SEASON ZERO #10

By Brandon Jerwa and Jackson Herbert.

Things are racing towards a dramatic conclusion as the events of the past 9 issues hurtle us towards what we now know as the "Cylon Apocalypse" (as seen in the re-imagined mini-series) and the reasons for the decommissioning of the Galactica are about to be revealed!

32 pages, $2.99.

ARMY OF DARKNESS #9

By James Kuhoric, Mike Raicht and Fernando Blanco, covers by Fabiano Neves and Stjepan Sejic.

The adventures of Ashley J. Williams continue! Now that the "Long Road Back Home" has been taken, it's time to head back to "Home Sweet Hell"! Ash is back in a world mostly of his own making -- back in the S-Mart and checking prices on toasters and girdles. Only thing is, the demons are conspiring and Ash is, well, Ash doesn't remember anything. And because he doesn't remember anything, heading out to that cabin in the woods after a long work week sounds just fine to him -- welcome to Hell, Ash! Again!

32 pages, $3.50.

THE LONE RANGER #11

By Brett Matthews and Sergio Cariello, covers by John Cassaday and Paul Pope.

A tale that explores the events of the previous issues and their consequences for Rafael. Tonto pays the accused murderer a visit and tells a most unique tale.

32 pages, $2.99.

ARMY OF DARKNESS/XENA: WHY NOT? #2

By John Layman and Miguel Montenegro, covers by UDON Studios and Fabiano Neves.

When you have a guy that looks like Ash already wandering around (Xena's pal Autolycus), and then the main man himself drops in... what you've got there is one hell of a case of mistaken identity! Throw in some little Ash's and a kingdom of fairies, and what you have now is one romp the likes of which Xena and Gabrielle have never, ever, seen.

32 pages, $3.50.



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