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Written by Marc Guggenheim and Vince Gonzales, art by Mel Rubi, covers by Fabiano Neves and Rubi.

In a world filled with super-heroes, one man stands apart, Neuron, once known as Bernard Jaeger, the man responsible for saving the world, most particularly from the KHR Syndrome. But it was this very plague which began to change the world forever, filling its population of super heroes with a deadly new hunger -- a hunger for human flesh!

32 pages, $3.50.


Written by Seamus Fahey and David Reed, art by Nigel Raynor, covers by Mel Rubi and Raynor.

While the television series may be coming to an end, Dynamite Entertainment enters 2009 with a series of new and exciting Battlestar Galactica comic book events!

Beginning with The Final Five, a three-issue event tying directly into the events of the final episodes of the series, Dynamite will continue to provide a home for great Galactica stories in 2009 and beyond!

The term "Final Five" collectively describes five of the twelve Cylon humanoid models whose identity, knowledge, or existence has been deliberately or accidentally lost to the seven other humanoid Cylon models.

The Final Five is overseen by Seamus Kevin Fahey and David Reed -- with the complete authorization of Sci Fi and the producers -- and features the back story of the Cylons, man and their current struggle against one another!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Phil Hester, art by Carlos Paul, covers by Alex Ross, Carlos Paul and George Tuska.

As the mystery of the slowly disappearing heroes deepens, Masquerade finds herself hot on the trail, but not before teaming up with Pyroman to battle the Black Dragon Society and The Black Terror on a stake-out. As the heroes compare notes, a pattern begins to emerge that sets Masquerade further on her quest!

32 pages, $3.50.


Written by Joe Casey, art by Edgar Salazar, covers by Alex Ross, John Cassaday and Salazar.

The first four-issue story arc of the Death Defying 'Devil comes to its conclusion! Readers have met Silver Streak and The Ghost, followed the mystery of the Dragon and seen flashbacks to 'Devil's battles with the Claw and now, it all comes to a close! The final pages of this issue will shake the very foundations of the Project Superpowers Universe!

32 pages, $3.50.


Written by James Kuhoric, art by Jason Alexander, covers by Jae Lee and Alexander.

Hell comes to North Point as the remorseless Irons siblings spread unbridled violence and their monstrous curse to the helpless town folk. When the moon ascends over the burning scar that was a border town, the innocent victims rise again as creatures of the night, laying in wait for the pursuing gunfighter determined to end the curse.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Garth Ennis, art by Darick Robertson and John Higgins, covers by Robertson and Dave Gibbons.

New York turns emerald green as Saint Patrick's Day strikes, and Hughie gets to see the G-Wiz boys at their very worst. He also sits down for a pow-wow with Butcher, who lets a couple of secrets slip- to Hughie's extreme discomfort. And back at the G-Mansion, the G-Men face the most vocal component of the G-Empire... in We Gotta Go Now, part five.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Garth Ennis, art by Peter Snjeberg, cover by John Cassaday.

Carrie's quest for revenge finally takes her over the edge, though with the end of the war in sight it seems doubtful that anyone will notice our heroine's private struggle. Then news comes that shakes the world to its core- and Carrie and Billy are swept up in the tide of history, propelled towards a catastrophe that no one could ever have foreseen.

32 pages, $3.50.


Written by Joshua Ortega and Eric Nylund, art by Nigel Raynor, covers by Stephen Segovia and Raynor.

Before the time of mankindís exodus from the twelve colonies (as told in the current Battlestar Galactica television series on Sci Fi) and the returned menace of the Cylons, a war was fought between man and machine. A story that has never before been told, until now...

Now, Dynamite Entertainment are proud to present the Cylon War mini-series event. Fully authorized by Sci Fi and the show producers, the world of Galactica and the first "apocalypse" with the Cylons is explored here.

40 pages, $3.99.


Written by Brian Reed, art by Walter Geovanni, covers by Fabiano Neves, Jackson Herbert and Ron Adrian.

The countdown to issue #50 continues as events once again swirl around Red Sonja and her very fate hangs in the balance! This issue: The adventures of Lucan Martur! We see Lucan, Verona, and their child on the road, questing for the Blood Dynasty. But as his hunt turns sour, he grows more and more desperate to get to the Blood Dynasty before Sonja, and makes a desperate move that continues to reveal his fiendish nature!

32 pages, $2.99. 32pgs, FC $2.99


Written by Simon Furman, art by Lui Antonio, cover by Nigel Raynor.

The Dire Wolf is headed to 1996, but John Connor thinks heís prepared to destroy the beast, but as he quickly finds out, heís about to go from hunter... to hunted! Itís all heading to an explosive conclusion!

32 pages, $3.50.


Written by Doug Murray, art by Adriano Batista, covers by Frank Cho and Batista.

Over the course of the last two years, fans have been demanding answer to the mysterious origins of Jana and at the conclusion of this issue, the biggest mystery stands revealed!

32 pages, $3.50.


Written by Ron Marz, Christos Gage, Joshua Ortega, Luke Lieberman and Brian Reed, art by Lee Moder, Pablo Marcos, Fabiano Neves, Homs and Mel Rubi.

Red Sonja is dead! Long live Red Sonja! The She-Devil with a Sword sacrificed herself to rid the age of the villainy of Kulan Gath and now finds herself travelling the river of the dead, a mysterious boatkeeper her only companion, as her life and past events swirl in the darkness around her!

Featuring five issues by five creative teams, the events of this volume set the stage for the next thrilling set of Red Sonja comic book events!

Volume Six contains issues 30-34 along with a complete cover gallery featuring the work of Alex Ross, Fabiano Neves, Luke Ross, Paul Renaud, Nat Jones, Ken Kelly, Mel Rubi, Adriano Batista and more!

144 pages, $24.99.


Written by Luke Lieberman and Matt Wolpert, art by Diego Bernard, cover by Homs.

The final issue of "Holliday in the Sun" as our exciting arc comes to a smashing conclusion! Illustrated by Diego Bernard and featuring two awesome covers! Next up: Chuck Dixon saddles up with Dynamite and the Man with No Name!

32 pages, $3.50.


Written by Mike Raicht, art and cover by Scott Cohn.

Ashley J. Williams goes to Europe! See what happens when Americaís most beloved Chosen One travels across the pond and explores the legends and mysteries of Chosen Ones past, including a certain ripper in old London town!

32 pages, $3.50.


Written by Matt Wagner, art by Francesco Francavilla, covers by Wagner and Francavilla.

In an effort to distract his romantic rival, Zorro himself confronts Esteban Pasquale, hoping to incite enough anger in him to send him furiously pursuing The Fox instead of wooing La Senorita. Confusion and a sword battle ensues and Estebanís plot stands revealed, but can Zorro reverse the course?

32 pages, $3.50.


Written by James Kuhoric and Mike Raicht, art by Fernando Blanco and Pere Perez.

Seeking to fill the role of the vacated "Sloth," the demons of the underworld have set their sites on Ash to fill the role of their departed brother. Throwing all manner of horror at him can have one of two effects: kill him, or return him to his power as the Chosen One! Read on and find out which way the wind blows for Ash!

"Home Sweet Hell" (issues 9-12) is collected here for the very first time. This trade paperback also includes a complete cover gallery, featuring the work of Fabiano Neves and Stjepan Sejic!

104 pages, $14.99.

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