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FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 2015



Written by Mark Waid, art by Ronilson Freire, covers by Alex Ross, Walter Simonson, Francesco Francavilla, Marc Laming.

Meet Richard Henry Benson -- the Avenger! His pallid features forever deadened by a criminal act, he is the ultimate master of disguise and uses his skills to mete out retribution to those who would prey on the innocent! But can even Benson triumph over an Invisible Man...? Fan-favorite writer Mark Waid -- who is hotter than ever thanks to his work on Daredevil and Star Wars: Princess Leia -- brings his personal favorite pulp hero back to comics with all-new, explosive adventures!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Matt Wagner, Francesco Francavilla, Howard Chaykin, Chris Roberson, Victor Gischler, Michael Uslan, art by Matt Wagner, Francesco Francavilla, Howard Chaykin, Giovanni Timpano, covers by Matt Wagner, Robert Hack.

For 100 issues, The Shadow has known what evil lurks in the hearts of men. To commemorate, Dynamite Entertainment brings together master storytellers to celebrate the purveyor of justice who proves that crime does not pay. Join Matt Wagner, Howard Chaykin, and Francesco Francavilla as they pen and ink stories so mesmerizing they don't even need a girasol! Also joining us will be The Shadow alumni Michael Uslan, Chris Roberson, and Victor Gischler, paired with top artists, to show the weed of crime bears only bitter fruit!

48 pages, $7.99.


Written by Gail Simone, art by Sergio Davila, covers by Tula Lotay, Emanuela Lupacchino, Robert Hack.

Gail Simone (Batgirl, Red Sonja) and rising star Sergio Davila (Legenderry) team to bring you this epic tale, featuring the most amazing, most beloved, and fiercest pulp heroines of all time! All the great Women of Dynamite are united against an unbeatable horror, and this historic issue features, for the first time ever, characters from the worlds of Edgar Rice Burroughs and Robert E. Howard as Dejah Thoris and Red Sonja clash!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Leah Moore, art by Francesco Manna, cover by Jay Anacleto.

A team-up set up by Swords of Sorrow's Gail Simone, featuring the writer that she hand-picked: Leah Moore! Irene Adler has been many things in her young life, a fugitive, a master of disguise and a femme fatale, but even she is surprised to find herself made bounty hunter, tracking savage foes across the grimy streets of London. In a far off world, defending Barsoom against an influx of trespassers, Princess Dejah Thoris is ready to put the guilty to her sword. Now, the world-colliding events of Swords of Sorrow have brought these dangerous women together... and the fate of planets hang in the balance!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Erica Schultz, art by Cristhian Crizam Zamora, cover by Joyce Chin

A team-up set up by Swords of Sorrow's Gail Simone, featuring the writer that she hand-picked: Erica Schultz! Lady Zorro and The Black Sparrow, two women from different times, join forces to fight Prince Charming's Shards of Chaos in a prehistoric land. With their Swords of Sorrow, they fight to keep an ancient stone with mystical abilities out of the Prince's grasp.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Nancy A. Collins, art by Dave Acosta, cover by Billy Tan.

A team-up set up by SWORDS OF SORROW's Gail Simone, featuring the writer that she hand-picked: Nancy A. Collins! Now that the threat of the Pacifica Slasher/Anaheim Ripper has been handled, Vampirella must figure out how to survive in a world without monsters--including where to find her next meal. Meanwhile, Jennifer Blood turns her attention to Los Muertos, a deadly narco gang with a fondness for turning the faces of those who cross them into sporting goods. However, her plans for the gang's leaders are derailed by yet another Jennifer Blood copycat--one who bears a disturbing resemblance to a certain voluptuous vampire.

32 pages, $3.99.


Sculpted by Jason Smith, art by J. Scott Campbell.

Based on the work of comics sensation J. Scott Campbell and sculpted by the ever-talented Jason Smith, the debut statue in the brand-new "Women of Dynamite" line brings Vampirella, the iconic horror hostess and heroine, to life in all her glory! Hand-painted on cold-cast porcelain, the Vampirella statue stands approximately 12" in height with a 6" base, with each individually numbered as part of a Limited Edition run of 1969 statues (celebrating the year that Vampirella first appeared). The Women of Dynamite: Vampirella Statue comes packaged in a four-color box with a hand-numbered Certificate of Authenticity. The ravishing, raven-tressed vampire has never been so beautifully represented in three dimensions, the perfect addition to every hardcore fan's collection!



Written by Daryl Gregory, art by Brent Peeples, cover by Sergio Davila.

The climax to the action packed series! The Green Hornet and Brass Hornet throw down with the Veiled Lady and BlackMass, while Kato and Grimes take on Tik-Tok's Deacons. It's steampulp / kung fu madness!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Marc Andreyko, art by Aneke, cover by Sergio Davila.

After franken-monsters, submarine escapes, shark attacks, and shipwrecks, can a mentally and physically exhausted Red Sonja defeat the evil of Victor Frankenstein before he unleashes his master plan upon the world of Legenderry? What new monstrosities have sprung from Victor's deranged and fractured psyche? And will the "rebuilt" Captain Nemo and Elizabeth Frankenstein help Red Sonja's cause...or be the death of her? Find out all of the answers in the stunning conclusion to Red's first Legenderry solo adventure!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by David Avallone, art by David Cabrera, cover by Sergio Davila Vampirella vs. Everybody, Round Five. She fights the Black Bat, the Council, a great big Zeppelin and her own conflicted feelings. Plus, Black Mass returns, truths are revealed, and election results are questioned.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Troy Brownfield, art by Kewber Baal, covers by Jay Anacleto, Fabiano Neves.

The blood-soaked conclusion! You've seen the preliminaries, but now it's time for the main event! We've got Dracula versus Ottoman assassins, the Blood Queen versus a vengeful sorcerer, and lest we forget, Blood Queen versus Dracula! Surrounded by foes in her own castle, is there any way for Elizabeth to survive? Even if she defeats the enemies of her people, she could still wind up a servant of the Lord of Vampires!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jim Butcher, Mark Powers, art and cover by Carlos Gomez.

Harry and company -- along with an unwelcome ally -- have tracked the Golem through the dank labyrinth of Undertown, and now find themselves in the very heart of madness and evil! Now, they must face the unstoppable creature... but even if they can defeat it, can they defeat its dark master?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jim Butcher, Mark Powers, art by Ardian Syaf, Chase Conley, Brett Booth, cover by Brett Booth.

When criminal investigations take a weird turn, the officers of the Chicago Police Department call in Harry Dresden! A wizard and private investigator with formidable yet unrefined skills, the young Dresden is more than capable of tracking down and facing the perps, whether they be black magic practitioners, blood-hungry werewolves, or worse! This first volume of The Dresden Files Omnibus collects the complete comic book adaptations of "Storm Front" and "Fool Moon," plus over one-hundred pages of additional story content set within official continuity of Jim Butcher's beloved magic noir universe.

534 pages, $39.99.


Written by Ron Marz, art by Ariel Medel, covers by Ed Benes, Bart Sears, Emanuela Lupacchino, Jonathan Lau.

John Carter and Dejah Thoris visit a remote Martian city, where residents are being terrorized by a monstrous, murderous presence. Will the Warlord and Princess of Mars be able to solve the mystery, or will they be blamed for the brutal crimes?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Frank Cho, Doug Murray, art by Jack Jadson, cover by Frank Cho.

We're getting down to the nitty-gritty now! As the creatures from beyond space and time begin to rip the God Mountain apart, Jana and her friends have to fight their way past the Dirt People, blood-drinking worms, and the most powerful (and insane) Dream Walker of them all to acquire the weapon Jana's father needs to save the Lost World. The Jungle Girl is confident that she can accomplish the mission -- the real question is: can she do it before the world around her is destroyed?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Shannon Eric Denton, art by Rey Villegas, cover by Joyce Chin.

In the snowy mountains north of Los Angeles, Lady Rawhide and Lady Zorro reach the end of the trail. They've successfully tracked the slavers convoy but their success is short lived as they find themselves surrounded by the slavers and the brothel owner's gun-girls! Will this snowy mountain pass lead lead them all home or will it be their final resting place? The epic conclusion to this four part story of babes, blades, and blood!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Ryan Sohmer, art by Lar deSouza, Hawk, Ryan Dunlavey, Ed Ryzowski covers by James Silvani, Chris Eliopoulis

It's all-out war in the third issue of Looking For Group! Strange creatures, warring factions and what awaits Richard in the Village of Bertu? Probably nothing good. Y'know, for them. A new friend and a face from Cale's past come calling as the Group takes the ìJourney back to travel forward.î This is the beginning of the biggest LFG story yet as players are set, the die is cast and what awaits our heroes... no one will see coming!

48 pages, $4.99.


Written by Fred Van Lente, art by Cory Smith, Joseph Cooper, Roberto Castro, Sandy Jarrell, Felipe Cunha, cover by Cory Smith

Retreating from the mad, mad world of mechanical overlords, Magnus descends into the SubStructure, where a bizarre collection of feral humans called Gophs live free from robot society. Winding up in the Uncanny Valley, a forbidden sex and death club, the timelost rebel discovers a gladiatorial pit where humans fight to the death, and the slain are dismembered for spare parts. Can Magnus hold his own against the merciless Goph hordes? Collects issues #5-8 of the ongoing Magnus: Robot Fighter series.

128 pages, $16.99.

MASKS 2 #3

Written by Cullen Bunn, art by Eman Casallos, covers by Butch Guice, Jae Lee, Gabriel Hardman.

Peter Cannon, a.k.a. Thunderbolt, smashes his way into the struggle against the Red Death! The mysterious villain has plagued the heroes of three different timelines. Her scheming is even more dangerous than anyone could possibly guess, but now the adventures of the masked heroes of the last 80 years are coming together in a way no one could possibly imagine!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by F. Wesley Schneider, art by Tom Garcia, covers by Sebastian Cichon, Tom Garcia Sean Izaakse, Jorge Faras.

When Harsk the dwarven ranger visits Sandpoint, he finds a town in turmoil, beset by pranks and whimsical accidents caused by vengeful fey creatures. Teaming up with local heroes like the druid Lini, Harsk must discover the grim cause of the town's troubles before the mischief turns deadly. A tale of wild creatures and fairy magic/

32 pages, $4.99.


Written by Edwin McRae, Royal McGraw, art and cover by Carlos Rodriguez

You've played the award-winning, free-to-play roleplaying game, Path of Exile. Now find out how the nightmare began through Victario's eyes in the graphic novel that serves as prequel to the action-packed game!

Before the Cataclysm, before the first exile set foot upon the corrupted shores of Wraeclast... there stood the Eternal Empire. There raged the Purity Rebellion. And there was Victario Nevalius, the People's Poet. Finding himself among the fearsome Karui, Victario negotiates an alliance with their king, Kaom, to oppose the tyranny of Eternal Emperor Chitus. Can Victario swell the Purity Rebellion's ranks with the greatest warriors in the empire? Can King Kaom defeat the finest archer in the empire, Marceus Lioneye? How will Victario survive to pen the tale? And how does this far-flung rebellion connect to the apocalyptic visions that plague Victario's every waking hour? (

104 pages, $15.99.


Written by Patricia Briggs, Rik Hoskin, art and cover by Tom Garcia.

Mercy Thompson is a shapeshifting coyote and honorary member of the Tri-Cities werewolf pack. When the pack stumbles upon the buried bones of numerous dead children, she shapeshifts into a mystery of the legendary fae ñ a mystery that draws Mercy's stepdaughter Jesse into the fray! The supernatural romance series Mercy Thompson continues in this all-new, original story by New York Times bestselling author Patricia Briggs, exclusively created for the comic book medium!

160 pages, $24.99.


Written by Warren Ellis, art by Colton Worley, covers by Tula Lotay, Declan Shalvey, Gabriel Hardman.

There's a dead body in Marietta's home, and the Blackcross townsfolk haunted by another world have to make peace with their ghosts if they're going to survive what's coming for them -- a killer on his way to Blackcross, who may be trying to save this world by killing them.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Keith Davidsen, art by Randy Valiente, covers by Francesco Francavilla, Andrew Mangum

When Susan Greene joined Dr. Herbert West as his new assistant, she'd craved the forbidden thrills of his unorthodox experiments ñ the awakening of zombies, stitching together new lifeforms, refining narcotics from undead brain fluid, and more. But once she uncovered the Reanimator's terrifying secret, she's been overcome with suspicion and doubt. Now, she'll finally get the answers she seeks... but will she survive the shocking revelation? Meanwhile, two drug cartels prepare for war, with the mad doctor's entire operation as the prize. Can even the evil genius of Herbert West counter the sinister intent of those who serve Elder Gods and Voodoo witchcraft?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Andy Diggle, art by Aaron Campbell, covers by Jock, Ben Oliver, Aaron Campbell.

Morgan reveals some hard truths about his brother Deacon Styles. As clairvoyant Holly develops misgivings about her employer, Weaver goes on the offensive.

32 pages,, $3.99.


Written by Nancy A. Collins, art by Patrick Berkenkotter, covers by Mike Mayhew, Jenny Frison, Stephanie Buscema.

Vampirella must deal with a palace coup in the conclusion of the ìGod Save the Queenî story arc in this special Unlucky 13 issue. When her lover, Tristan, is kidnapped and tortured by her enemies, Vampirella must decide whether or not to abdicate the throne in favor of the evil Count Savanovic or fight to remain Queen of the Nosferatu with the aid of a former ally--one that also happens to be more than a little dead.

40 pages, $4.99.


Written by Bill DuBay, Cary Bates, Bruce Jones, Chris Adames, Archie Goodwin, T. Casey Brennan, Roger McKenzie, Nicola Cuti, Jean Michel Martin, Pierce Askegren, Marc Laidlaw, Bob Toomey, Budd Lewis, Michael Fleisher, Laurie Sutton, Gerry Boudreau, art by Pablo Marcos, Leo Duranona, Jose Ortiz, Martin Salvador, Sanjulian, Esteban Maroto, Gonzalo Mayo, Jose Gonzalez, Brian Lewis, Val Mayerik, Buz Vaultz, Jeff Easley, Kim McQuaite, Steven Harris, Jimmy Janes, Rudy Nebres, Auraleon, Abel Laxamana, Garcia Pizarro, Paul Gulacy, Val Lakey, John Lakey, Noly Zamora, Alex Nino, Terrence Lindall, Jun Lofamia, Enrich, cover by Paul Gulacy.

The terror continues in the fear-fraught twelfth volume of Vampirella Archives! This collection revisits some of the finest tales of horror hostess Vampirella ever seen in the Warren Publishing library, plus a delightfully devilish selection of the era's best horror and science fiction stories. With space pirates, mermaids, bloodsuckers, and renegade wizards running amok within these pages, fearless readers will thrill to the creative talents of such horror luminaries as Archie Goodwin, Bruce Jones, Jose Gonzalez, Bill DuBay, and many more. This edition of Vampirella Archives collects Vampirella Magazine #80-88, and features a wealth of bonus materials from a bygone era, including the "Feary Tales" feature on urban legends, the monthly "Scarlet Letters" column, "Vampi's Vault" of creator biographies and literary reviews, and intact vintage advertisements.

400 pages, black and white, $49.99.

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