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WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 2008

DYNAMITE ENTERTAINMENT FOR OCTOBER

BLACK TERROR #1

Written by Alex Ross and Jim Krueger, art by Mike Lilly, covers by Ross, Greg Land and John Romita Sr.

Spinning out of Alex Ross' Project Superpowers is the first new ongoing series -- opening with this four-part story arc. This new series is the foundation to the storylines bursting out of Project Superpowers 0-7 (the opening chapter), and will lead directly in to Project Superpowers Chapter Two! The first series established the universe, and in Black Terror, the action begins!

Who are the Super-Patriots? Who are the ́Inheritorsî? And how does Captain Future fit in to all of this? And if that wasn't enough, this first issue will have a sneak peak at the Death Defying 'Devil series and the Masquerade series.

32 pages, $3.50 (Signed, $29.99).

THE BOYS #23

Written by Garth Ennis, art by Darick Robertson, covers by Robertson and John Cassaday.

This story is so big, that Dynamite is going to start a series of alternate covers for the story arc.

They're outcasts. Renegades. Rogues. Outsiders. They're the world's most profitable superheroes. They're the G-Men. But all is not well with mysterious millionaire John Godolkin's band of misfits. Silver Kincaid, one of the original G-Men, has just committed suicide in the most public and grotesque way imaginable. That's not good news for Vought-American's number one franchise, with G-Force, G-Coast, G-Style, G-Wiz, the G-Brits and the G-Nomads all depending on their slice of the G-pie. There's far too much at stake for anyone to go poking around the G-Mansion now. Who knows what dirty secrets might be waiting down there in the dark?

So it's just too bad that Butcher, Hughie, Mother's Milk, the Frenchman and the Female have decided to do precisely that. Even it they risk finally biting off much, much more than they can chew...

32 pages, $2.99.

PROJECT SUPERPOWERS 2 PRELUDE POSTER BY ALEX ROSS

Dynamite is now also offering this 24" by 36" poster as a for sale item for fans and retailers who wish to purchase this unfolded. These will come individually rolled! This item will be available both unsigned and signed. Pre-order from your local retailer, as supplies are limited!

$9.99 (signed, $29.99).

THE BOYS VOL. 3: GOOD FOR THE SOUL TP

Written by Garth Ennis art and cover by Darick Robertson.

In "Good For The Soul" (issues 15-18): 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.

In "I Tell You No Lie, G.I." (issues 19-22): Wee Hughie sits down with The Legend to get the lowdown on the Boys and their enemies from the very beginning. All will be revealed, or at least that's what Hughie's expecting- who started it all, who did what to whom, why the Twin Towers are still up and the Brooklyn Bridge is down. Meanwhile, Butcher and the others meet their sparring partners... and deep down in the bowels of their hovering headquarters, Annie and A-Train discover the Seven's darkest secret. Also includes a complete cover gallery!

$19.99.

GARTH ENNIS' BATTLEFIELDS: THE NIGHT WITCHES #1

Written by Garth Ennis, art by Russ Braun, covers by John Cassaday and Gary Leach.

Late summer, 1942. As the German army smashes deep into Soviet Russia and the defenders of the Motherland retreat in disarray, a new bomber squadron arrives at a Russian forward airbase. Its crews will fly flimsy wooden biplanes on lethal night missions over German lines, risking fiery death as they fling themselves against the invader- but for these pilots, the consequences of capture will be even worse. For the pilots of the 599th Night Bomber Regiment are women. In the deadly skies of the Eastern front, they will become a legend- known, to friend and foe alike, as the Night Witches. Shipes with two covers.

32 pages, $2.99.

RED SONJA #39

Written by Brian Reed, art by Walter Geovani, covers by Fabiano Neves, Carlos Rafael and Pablo Marcos.

Know this, reader of these texts -- Red Sonja has perished! Fallen in battle with the vile sorcerer Kulan Gath, Sonja gave her life to save all of Hyboria. For a time, the red-maned warrior did journey through Hades at the side of the boatsman Charon. Here, she did learn the truth of her own creation at the hands of the false Goddess Scathach.

Twenty winters have passed since last Sonja walked the land. However, now that she has returned, her new incarnation self has yet to learn the truth of her existence, or the reason for her miraculous rebirth... The opening arc of this exciting and dangerous new direction for Red Sonja concluded last issue and now the confused She-Devil and Osin struggle to move forward and continue the quest for the Blood Dynasty!

32 pages, $2.99.

RED SONJA: VACANT SHELL--BLACK AND WHITE EDITION

Written by Rick Remender, art and cover by Paul Renaud.

The Vacant Shell finds the She-Devil amidst a village of the undead and up against a dark sorcerer bent of unleashing hell in Hyboria! Dynamite Black and White editions are great ways for fans to see the artist's pure black and white art.

32 pages, black and white, $4.99.

SAVAGE TALES #10

By various, cover by Fabiano Neves.

Kicking off a brand-new Red Sonja two-parter by Mike Lieb and Joe Prado! Also, look for the continuing stories of Valaka (Part 2) by Doug Murray and Lui Antonio and the finale of the second arc in the Dynamite saga of Atlantis by Leah Moore, John Reppion and Pablo Marcos!

48 pages, $4.99.

THE LONE RANGER 75TH ANNIVERSARY "MEGA" BUST

Inspired by the art of Lone Ranger cover artist John Cassaday, Dynamite Select presents their first Lone Ranger Mega-Bust (look for Tonto next month). Sculpted and painted by Tom and Joy Snyder -- under the watchful eye of Cassaday -- the Lone Ranger Bust stands over 6" tall and is based on the Cover to Lone Ranger #6 by John Cassaday -- all just in time to celebrate the Lone Ranger's 75th Anniversary!

$59.99.

THE LONE RANGER #14

Written by Brett Matthews, art by Sergio Cariello, cover by John Cassaday.

"Scorched Earth," part three. Tonto and the Ranger continue their hunt for a brutal and bloody killer while Cavendish and Winthrop come to an uneasy understanding, but will it last?

32 pages, $3.50.

THE MAN WITH NO NAME: THE GOOD, THE BAD & THE UGLIER #6

Written by Christos Gage, art by Wellington Dias, cover by Richard Isanove.

The opening story arc concludes. Will Blondie and Ramirez end up going out in a blaze of glory like Butch and Sundance? Find out in this thrilling conclusion of "Saints and Sinners"!

32 pages, $3.50.

ARMY OF DARKNESS #15

Written by Jim Kuhoric and Mike Raicht, art by Scott Cohn, cover by Stjepan Sejic.

While Ash attempts to deal with the changes and situations from our previous two issues -- after the life-changing events of issue #13 -- our reluctant hero begins to forge a new path. But will he trip and fall before taking the first step?

32 pages, $3.50.

NEW BATTLESTAR GALACTICA: GHOSTS #2

Written by Brandon Jerwa, art by Jonathan Lau, cover by Dennis Calero.

The Ghost Squadron, a black-ops Viper team that calls the Pegasus home, and the freelance salvage team from the Orion's Pride come to grips with the new realities of their situation, and a Cylon dominate galaxy.

40 pages, $4.99.

XENA VS. ARMY OF DARKNESS: WHAT, AGAIN? #1

Written by Brandon Jerwa and Elliot Serrano, art and cover by Miguel Montenegro.

After the events of their last meet-up, Ash is back in ́real" time and Xena and Gabby are back where they started, but they're not going to stay there, not if the Necronomicon has anything to do with it! Featuring two covers by Montenegro!

32 pages, $3.50.

NEW BATTLESTAR GALACTICA ORIGINS: BALTAR TP

Written by Seamus Kevin Fahey and Clay Carmouche, art by Jonathan Lau.

In "Baltar," the origins of Gaius Baltar and his life and loves that lead up to the second Cylon War are explored. Also includes a complete cover gallery.

104 pages, $14.99.



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