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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2011

DYNAMITE ENTERTAINMENT FOR MARCH

VAMPIRELLA: THE RED ROOM #1

Written by Dan Brereton, art by Jean Diaz, covers by Brereton, Fabiano Neves and Ale Garza.

Vampirella and a colorful, driven lawman track vampires on a blood-letting rampage through rural Arkansas to the Red Room, an underground circuit where high rollers stage mortals vs. monster death matches. She faces a host of fiends, quickly realizing more arcane forces drive the bouts and their frenzied combatants, enhanced with a powerful, corrupting essence, firmly stacking the odds against Vampirella surviving the night.

32 pages, $3.99.

VAMPIRELLA #17

Written by Eric Trautmann, art by Jose Malaga, covers by Paul Renaud, Fabiano Neves, Lucio Parrillo and Ale Garza.

Vampirella's hunt for a supernatural serial killer amid the ruins of a ghost city has lead to stark betrayal, a terrible loss, and the return of an old foe: the sinister Von Kreist. A team of monster-hunters -- the Vatican's own covert action group, "Cestus Dei" -- has arrived to control the scene through any means necessary. But will they see Vampirella as friend...or foe?

32 pages, $3.99.

VAMPIRELLA VS. DRACULA #3

Written by Joe Harris, art by Ivan Rodriguez, cover by Joseph Michael Linsner.

With Vampirella trapped in Dracula's shifting past, Jack Halloran, is left to deal with the machinations of his modern-day incarnation, the mysterious and deadly Dragunsun. But when changes to the eternal narrative first chronicled by Bram Stoker ripple through the present, each of the characters affected, in all the timelines they cross, must adjust, adapt and reorient themselves if they wish to see the story through until the end, much less survive the effects. And when the strange and mystical "Order of the Dragon" make their presence known, everyone learns this is all neither an accident, nor a game.

32 pages, $3.99.

VAMPIRELLA & THE SCARLET LEGION TPB

Written by Joe Harris, art by Jose Malaga, cover by J. Scott Campbell.

The Crimson Chronicles, that foul bible of blood, foretells the coming of Chaos, the Destroyer, and his servants on earth. Since her earliest days, Vampirella has stood between that vicious cult and their Mad God's plans. But when an ancient prophecy of doom is uncovered and a new push to resurrect the foulest demons from the pit is revealed, it's clear Vampirella won't be able to take them on alone. Enter The Scarlet Legion -- assembled to keep the dark things at bay and protect this world from the evils which lie beyond. The only question is, will they see Vampirella as friend... or foe? Collecting the 5-issue mini-series in one volume, and a complete cover gallery.

128 pages, $19.99.

DARK SHADOWS #6

Written by Stuart Manning, art by Gordon Purcell, cover by Francesco Francavilla.

The arrival of a stranger in the town of Collinsport leaves Barnabas Collins facing exposure, forcing him to take drastic action. What is contained in the new arrival's luggage that can see into the souls of innocent men, and how much longer can Barnabas keep his vampire nature a secret?

32 pages, $3.99.

DARK SHADOWS VOL. 1 TPB

Written by Stuart Manning, art by Aaron Campbell, cover by Francesco Francavilla.

Television's original reluctant vampire is back! Barnabas Collins is re-adjusting to life under his vampiric curse. Haunted by terrifying dreams of his age-old lover and nemesis, Angelique, and fighting his bloodlust, Barnabas fears that danger lies ahead for all who live at Collinwood. Meanwhile, Barnabas' ally and trusted friend Dr. Julia Hoffman is harboring secrets of her own... Collecting the first four issues of Dynamite's Dark Shadows series, along with a complete cover gallery!

$16.99.

THE BIONIC WOMAN #1

Written by Paul Tobin, art by Leno Carvalho, cover by Paul Renaud.

Paris is the city of love? Not anymore... not since Jaime Sommers, the Bionic Woman, came to town hot on the trail of the Mission, a collection of insanely high-priced surgeons who've been murdering OSI's bionic prototypes in order to provide new life for billionaire patients. But while the Bionic Woman is hunting the Mission, their #1 hunter is after her! Can Jaime pick up the pieces of her past while protecting her life in the present, or will the city of love turn its back, and its bullets, on the Bionic Woman?

32 pages, $3.99.

THE BIONIC MAN #8

Written by Kevin Smith and Phil Hester, art by Jonthan Lau, covers by Alex Ross and Jonathan Lau.

Will Steve Austin's first official mission as The Bionic Man also be his last? After infiltrating the headquarters of his arch enemy, the crazed cyborg Hull, Steve finds himself in the clutches of the bizarre machine man known as Naga. Now Steve stands helpless as Hull's terrifying robot army is unleashed on the wider world.

32 pages, $3.99.

GREEN HORNET #26

Written by Ande Parks, art by Igor Vitorino, covers by Phil Hester, Jonathan Lau and Brian Denham.

He's been set up for murder. He's been forced to battle a deadly doppelganger and left for dead. Now, Green Hornet must fight an entire city. A power-mad politician hopes to rule Century City on the back of the "villain" known as Green Hornet. Now, the city that Green Hornet and Kato have sworn to protect turns on them completely, and help arrives from the most unlikely source. The epic "Outcast" arc screams toward a conclusion that will forever change the legacy of the Green Hornet.

32 pages, $3.99.

THE LONE RANGER VOL. 2 #3

Written by Ande Parks, art by Esteve Polls, cover by Francesco Francavilla.

The "Hard Country" arc continues with its first multi-issue story. The Lone Ranger is pitted against a new enemy who hides behind the symbol Lone Ranger holds most dear: a Marshal's badge. Tasked by a federal agent to stop a murderous gang of train robbers, Lone Ranger and Tonto find themselves ambushed and betrayed. The hard country that is the old west just got harder for its two greatest heroes.

32 pages, $3.99.

THE BOYS #64

Written by Garth Ennis, art by Russ Braun, cover by Darick Robertson.

Still reeling from the events of last issue, Hughie follows his boss to Washington DC, where the US military struggles to throw a ring of steel around the Capitol. Meanwhile, MM's research finally bears fruit, but with all Hell breaking loose will his discoveries come too late? Billy Butcher goes off to meet his destiny, in the penultimate part of Over the Hill with the Swords of a Thousand Men.

32 pages, $3.99.

THE BOYS VOL. 10: BUTCHER, BAKER, CANDLESTICKMAKER TPB

Written by Garth Ennis, art and cover by Darick Robertson.

The story of Billy Butcher, the Boys' mysterious leader, is told at last! From the backstreets of London's East End to the carnage of the Falklands War, from the heights of love to the depths of tragedy, the most violent man in comics reveals the terrible nature of the forces that drive him. And when he's done, he'll be ready -- to finish things once and for all! Collects the hit 6-issue mini-series of 2011, along with a complete cover gallery.

144 pages, $19.99.

THE NINJETTES #2

Written by Al Ewing, art by Eman Casallos, cover by Admira Wijaya.

Kelly has a much-needed heart to heart with her dear, dead Dad, and Varla finds out there might be someone even crazier than she is. Meanwhile, Daisy's workplace drinking leads to some inappropriate behavior - and by 'inappropriate behavior' we mean a full-scale gun-fu apocalypse.

32 pages, $3.99.

JENNIFER BLOOD #13

Written by Al Ewing, art by Kewber Baal, covers by Tim Bradstreet.

After the apocalyptic events of last issue -- and the even more apocalyptic events to come -- we take a quick break from Jen's story to focus on Detective Pruitt. Who is she? How did she come to be? And should Jen be worried? A guest appearance from superstar deity God makes this the most collectable issue yet! ... an intriguing concept coupled with explosive action and a killer female lead who is broken on the inside, no doubt about it.

32 pages, $3.99.

FLASH GORDON: ZEITGEIST #5

Written by Eric Trautmann, art by Daniel Indro, covers by Alex Ross, Paul Renaud and Francesco Francavilla.

The rebellious Prince Barin has Flash Gordon in his clutches, and that may spell death... unless the intrepid Earthman defeats his own ally, Prince Thun of the Lion Men of Mongo. Insurrection against Ming's iron rule of Mongo is brewing, with shifting alliances and deadly intrigues at every turn. But the clock is ticking, as the merciless emperor has plans of his own: his royal wedding to Dale Arden. On Earth, three fugitives from Mongo have their sights set on their objective, with the Third Reich squarely in their crosshairs...

32 pages, $3.99.

VOLTRON #4

Written by Brandon Thomas, art by Ariel Padilla, covers by Alex Ross and Sean Chen.

Past and present collide as the scope of King Zarkon's terrible plan unfolds, revealing just what forced him to leave Earth so long ago in search of absolute revenge. Only the ghost of a friend long lost can convince him to turn away from Doom and honor the sacrifices once made on his behalf. Time is running out for everyone, as the Voltron Force storms the castle in their most dangerous rescue mission yet. Generation Voltron goes penultimate, everything coming together one last time before coming apart all over again...

32 pages, $3.99.

GEORGE R.R. MARTIN'S A GAME OF THRONES: THE GRAPHIC NOVEL: VOL. 1 HC

Written by George R.R. Martin, adapted by Daniel Abraham, art and cover by Tommy Patterson.

You've read the books. You've watched the series on HBO. Now novelist Daniel Abraham and illustrator Tommy Patterson bring George R. R. Martin's epic fantasy masterwork A Game of Thrones to new life in the pages of this full-color graphic novel, comprising of the initial six issues of the twenty four issue graphic series -- the first volume in what is sure to be one of the most coveted collaborations of the year. Within these pages, many of Martin's most iconic characters gain a whole new life, springing from the page in rich color and glorious detail.

175 pages, $25.

WARLORD OF MARS #18

Written by Arvid Nelson, art by Edgar Salazar, covers by Joe Jusko and Lucio Parrilo.

Poor John Carter! Beautiful Martians babes are falling in love with him left and right, but all he wants is his Dejah Thoris. Dejah is a captive of Issus, the false goddess of Mars, and Carter is racing to free her. With him is Carthoris, his son, and the greatest fleet of airships Mars has ever seen. But Issus has more than one devious trick in store for Carter and his navy.

32 pages, $3.99.

WARLORD OF MARS: DEJAH THORIS #13

Written by Robert Place Napton, art by Carlos Rafael, covers by Paul Renaud, Fabiano Neves and Patrick Berkenkotter.

Kantos Kan's gambit pays off and he learns the truth about Dejah Thoris' possession. Believing him too dangerous, Dejah/The Witch tries to eliminate him, but he escapes to the Marshes in hopes of discovering a way to save his princess.

32 pages, $3.99.

WARRIORS OF MARS #2

Written by Robert Place Napton, art by Jack Judson, cover by Joe Jusko.

Barely escaping the River of Death, Gullivar tracks the Thither people who have kidnapped Princess Heru. He makes several shocking discoveries along the way as he goes deeper into Barsoom's unknown regions. Gullivar's past will soon collide with John Carter's present.

32 pages, $3.99.

LORD OF THE JUNGLE #4

Written by Arvid Nelson, art by Roberto Castro, covers by Paul Renaud, Lucio Parrillo and Francesco Francavilla.

Jane Porter is safe with Tarzan, where the two are drawing closer and closer together. If only her suitor, Cecil Clayton, knew! He and Jane's father set off into the deepest jungle for a rescue mission, but soon the two men might need saving themselves. Fortunately, a French warship discovers the castaways' camp -- but will they be in time to save the two men?

32 pages, $3.99.

KIRBY: GENESIS -- CAPTAIN VICTORY #6

Written by Alex Ross and Sterlng Gates, art by Steve Scott, cover by Alex Ross.

Following the disaster of Ilili, Captain Victory and his crew race back to Ranger Center to confront the traitor in their midst! But the traitor's got a secret weapon of his own aboard the Dreadnaught Tiger, a sleeper agent activated if Victory ever discovered what was really happening within the Galactic Command. Victory is forced to fight one of his own as Tiger 20 attacks!

32 pages, $3.99.

KIRBY: GENESIS -- SILVER STAR #5

Written by Alex Ross and Jai Nitz art by Johnny Desjardins, covers by Alex Ross, Jae Lee and Mark Buckingham.

Back from the brink of oblivion, Silver Star and his allies team up to take on the most fearsome villains ever assembled. These apocalypse cultists don't want world domination or subjugation, they only want death. And they have an ace up their sleeve. Can Silver Star choose between the lesser of two unimaginable evils?

32 pages, $3.99.

KIRBY: GENESIS -- DRAGONSBANE #3

Written by Alex Ross and Robert Rodi, art by Fritz Casas, cover by Alex Ross.

Spinning out of Kirby: Genesis, Sigurd Dragonsbane and his band of champions explore the astonishing Mythlands, where the heroes and legends of every cultural tradition now reside. But there's someone terrifying waiting for them in the dark, dank forests of Eastern European folklore... and if she has her way, their journey might end right there! Plus: The mysterious meaning of the Soothsayer's prophecies -- revealed!

32 pages, $3.99.

ARMY OF DARKNESS VOL. 3 #2

Written by Elliott R. Serrano, art by Marat Mychaels, covers by Tim Seeley and Marat Mychaels.

Ashley J. Williams continues his battle against the malevolent forces behind the Evil Dead. While Ash is pushed to the limit by a Deadite biker gang in Oklahoma, a young boy in Brazil becomes a pawn in a ploy to resurrect an ancient evil not seen since World War 2! New adventures! New menaces! New weapons!

32 pages, $3.99.

WITCHBLADE/RED SONJA #2

Written by Doug Wagner, art by Cezar Razek, cover by Ale Garza.

Facing a mythical monster as old as the universe, Red Sonja is joined in battle by the Witchblade bearer of her time, Nissa. But the battle soon takes a morbid turn when the depraved creature resurrects someone from Sonja's past. Someone whose mere presence brings the She-Devil to her knees. In modern day New York City, Sara Pezzini continues to investigate the bloodcurdling slaughter of a Catholic Priest. Is the gruesome murder a rite of passage for a clandestine cult, or something far more sinister?

32 pages, $3.99.

RED SONJA #68

Written by Eric Trautmann, art by Walter Geovani, covers by Walter Geovani and Fabiano Neves.

Khitai, the kingdom of jade. A land of rigid honor codes, and fanatical warriors loyal to their god-emperor. Where better for Red Sonja to ply her trade than a nation of master swordsmen?

32 pages, $3.99.

QUEEN SONJA #29

Written by Luke Lieberman, art by Milton Estevam, covers by Lucio Parrillo and Tommy Patterson.

Empress Sonja has renounced her throne and returns to Sogoria with her rightful spoils, but curiously the road home passes close to Tirket and the holy Temples of the Way. With Koliostri elsewhere trying to claim the Emoran throne she left behind, Sonja find a detour is in order.

32 pages, $3.99.

ZORRO RIDES AGAIN #9

Written by and cover by Matt Wagner, art by John K. Snyder III.

Wagner is in the home-stretch of his epic story of Zorro! Zorro is not alone as another swashbuckler sword expert joins the fray. Who is this person? And what does it mean for Zorro?

32 pages, $3.99.

ROBERT JORDAN'S WHEEL OF TIME: THE EYE OF THE WORLD #23

Written by Robert Jordan and Chuck Dixon, art and cover by Andie Tong.

Hard traveling on the Caemlyn Road becomes a little bit easier for Rand and Mat after they're inspired to travel as gleemen. Their journey takes them to the village of Four Kings - and right back into danger. In a world of treachery anyone can be your enemy! Will it be the thieves or the Darkfriends that catch them first?

32 pages, $3.99.

CHARLAINE HARRIS' GRAVE SIGHT PART 3

Written by Charlaine Harris and William Harms, art by Denis Medri, cover by Benoit Springer.

Harper Connelly finds dead people for a living, but not everyone appreciates her special gift. In the stunning conclusion to this three-part series, Harper's step-brother, Tolliver Lang, finds himself in trouble with the law while Harper struggles to clear his name. And then there's the matter of a mysterious killer who seems to follow in Harper's wake...

64 pages, $7.99.

ROBOCOP: ROAD TRIP #4

Written by Rob Williams, art by Unai De Zarate, cover by Fabiano Neves.

Robocop and what's left of the Old Detroit Police Department have been rescued from Lake Erie but what waits for them in Cleveland? And who, exactly, is responsible for the mysterious pure white helicopters and their crews? With the country suffering a new revolution and the Government having lost control, Murphy will discover the truth behind the new America. And back in Old Detroit, the final fate of OCP will be revealed.

32 pages, $3.99.

NOWHERE MAN #4

Written by Marc Guggenheim, art and cover by Jeevan J. Kang.

500 Years in the future, every thought you have is monitored by a central apparatus called the Omnimind. Now one man (Mason) whose thoughts are off the grid, who was engineered for the singular purpose of bringing down the Omnimind comes face to face with his destiny. In doing so, Mason realizes the Omnimind is not just a machine and the consequences of bringing it down may be more devastating than his lifetime's worth of training could possibly have prepared him for.

32 pages, $3.99.

PATRICIA BRIGGS' ALPHA & OMEGA: CRY WOLF #7

Written by Patricia Briggs and David Lawrence, art by Todd Herman, cover by Jenny Frison.

Even an Alpha wolf can die at the hands of powerful witchcraft. And if the evil Mariposa is too much for a wolf as powerful as Charles what hope is there for the inexperienced and unsure Omega wolf Anna? Worse still, the dark magic that has overwhelmed Charles may even give the witch sway over his father, ruler of all the werewolves of North America. If she can control him, what hope remains for the wolves... or anybody? 32 pages FC $3.99 Teen +








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