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Written by Chad Bowers, Chris Sims, art by Mauro Vargas, covers by Nick Bradshaw, Reilly Brown, Pasquale Qualano.

For 25 years, Ash Williams has been waging a war across time against the Army of Darkness. Now, Dynamite Entertainment is proud to present the next thrilling chapter, kicking off in this special 16-page prelude! Ash may be the Chosen One, but that doesn't mean he can hold down a steady job. But when he's scrambling for employment, will he find himself once again thrown into battle against the Deadites?

32 pages, $0.99, in stores on June 7.


Written by George R. R. Martin, Landry Quinn Walker, art by Mel Rubi, covers by Mike S. Miller, Magali Villeneuve, Marc Simonetti, Mel Rubi,

George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire saga continues in the official comic book adaptation by Dynamite Entertainment! Following the events of A Game of Thrones, Westeros is embroiled in civil war, while Daenerys Targaryen -- as heir to the Targaryen dynasty, seeks to reclaim the Iron Throne. Arya, with the help of Yoren, a brother of the Night's Watch, has escaped from King's Landing, but the road to the Wall brings its own dangers. Meanwhile, Sansa attends a tournament on the sadistic King Joffrey's name-day, and Bran, in Winterfell, suffers from strange dreams of wolves.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 7.


Written by Scott Kowalchuk, Chris Sims, art by Ghostwriter X, covers by Goni Montes, George Perez, Mel Rubi, Classic game cover.

The Atari Age returns to comics with the most unexpected story of the year: SwordQuest! In 1984, Peter Case was on his way to being crowned champion of SwordQuest, set to win the last of four contests and lay claim to a golden sword worth over $50,000! But when the game was discontinued, Peter found himself without a game to finish. Now, over 30 years later, Peter's stuck in a different kind of game entirely -- the game of life -- and he's losing fast. But when he learns that all the prizes meant for the SwordQuest contest of his youth are on display in the World Arcade Museum, he finds an unknown determination that sees him put together a team of like-minded losers for the ultimate heist job -- a real-life swordquest!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Tim Lapetino, art by George Perez, Cliff Spohn, Hero Kimura, Robert Hunt, D. Smith, George Opperman, Burrell Dickey, Susan Jaekel, Chris Kenyon, Terry Hoff, Greg Winters, Michel Allaire, Judy Richter, Steve Hendricks, Warren Chang, cover by Chris Kenyon.

Get in the action with Atari!î Since its formation in 1972, Atari pioneered video game technology and built today's multi-billion dollar industry, developing arcade games, home video systems, and personal computers to entertain millions of children and adults with fan-favorite games like Asteroids, Centipede, Missile Command, and Yar's Revenge. To usher in the new era of electronic entertainment, the company hired an array of talented illustrators to emblazon game cartridges, boxes, magazine advertisements, and more with mind-blowing visions of fantasy and sports thrills, science fiction and adventure, that elevated pixelated gaming to the realm of high art. Art of Atari is the first official retrospective of the company's illustrative accomplishments, spanning over four decades and cultivated from museums and private collections worldwide. Whether you're a fan, a collector, or new to the world of Atari, this book offers the most complete collection of Atari artwork ever produced!

352 pages, $39.99, in stores on March 9.


Written by Sholly Fisch, art by Igor Lima, covers by Alex Ross

You're the world's greatest hero, exiled to another dimension with no way back. Trapped in an alien world, where not even the laws of physics work the way they should. The only person who even believes you exist is a young kid whom no one will listen to. Yet, you're the shining light that this drab, cynical world needs to restore its color and life. Oh -- and you're a cartoon mouse. Here comes Mighty Mouse to save the day, in his most unexpected adventure yet... right here, in the real world!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 7.


Written by Christopher Sebela, art by Annapaola Martello, covers by Juan Doe, Carli Idhe, Roberto Castro, photo.

L.A. Is a strange town on the best of days, but in the summer of 1974, the City of Angels feels especially demonic. As temperatures soar and wildfires burn, all sorts of strange creatures are drawn to town, including Vampirella. While Vampi goes out and hunts down monsters all across La La Land -- defending humanity from evil -- she's also killing it every night on stage as a member of the all-girl rock group Witchkraft -- defending rock 'n' roll from a dying scene. Help arrives in the form of four creatures who've just flown into town: The Starchild, The Demon, The Spaceman and The Catman. Away from their home turf and trying to record their new album, KISS discovers that all their favorite L.A. bands have mysteriously broken up, disappeared, sold out, or gone crazy. Led by a driver who moonlights in the occult and haunted by satanic strangers dressed in black, KISS finds themselves drawn into a web conspiracy that threatens to kill rock 'n' roll itself.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 7.


Written by Matt Maguire, Matt Miner, art and cover by Jonathan Brandon Sawyer, cover by Scott Wegman.

From the depths of outer space to the frozen wasteland of Antarctica, punk rock and heavy metal's most shocking and blasphemous band of intergalactic blood spewing alien monsters has returned to kill everything and respect nothing in the pages of GWAR: Orgasmageddon! Banished to the past by the cold and calculating Mr. Perfect, the heroes of GWAR trample through time like a deranged Bill and Ted on bath salts - antics ensue as they stomp and smash and shape human history to what we accept as our current reality. GWAR: Orgasmageddon is a love letter to comics, grindhouse movies, and heavy metal -- sure to appeal to the most die-hard fan and the comics fanboy/fangirl intrigued by the prospect of social awareness drowned in geysers of blood and alien goo.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Kyle Higgins, Chuck Wendig, art by Jorge Fornes, Alvaro Sarreseca, covers by Giuseppe Camuncoli, Jorge Fornes, Aaron Conley, Daniel Warren Johnson.

Do humans dream of owning electric sheep? Artificial intelligences, rather than becoming our overlords, have settled into an uneasy symbiosis with humanity ñ they work for us as our colleagues and servants, earning vacation-time they spend in a boundless digital universe running on human-maintained server farms. But not all AIs are cool with the deal. Enter Magnus -- a human psychologist tasked with navigating both worlds in order to bring recalcitrant AIs back into productive society... Bonus Turok Story, Chapter Three! The all-new saga of the all-new Turok continues: He's a man on a mission, possessed, and he won't let anyone or anything get in his way!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 7.


Written by Jim Butcher, Mark Powers, art and cover by Diego Galindo

Jim Butcher's worldwide bestselling Dresden Files saga continues in this original limited series! Harry Dresden is a man on the edge -- and that is something that can be dangerous to friend and foe alike. He's been drafted by a senior member of the White Council of Wizards to investigate a series of murders in rural Mississippi. As always, there's more afoot than is immediately apparent. The question is, will Harry's state of mind keep him from seeing it, and will his actions lead him into direct conflict with the wizard who's depending on his help?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 14.


Written by Fabian, Jr. Rangel, art and cover by Javier Caba.

Diego and Gabriel Soliz are two unusual brothers just trying to do their job in an even more unusual city. What's their job? They're detectives in a city populated by creatures from mythology and fantasy. When an Aztec skull is stolen from the museum, the Blood Brothers are assigned to the case!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 28.


Written by Fernando Ruiz, Eric Esquivel, art and cover by Fernando Ruiz, cover by Tony Fleecs.

The all-ages action continues in Animal Jam #2, the second issue of Dynamite Entertainment's wildest new sensation -- based on the popular video game by National Geographic and WildWorks (with over 70 million players worldwide)!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 14.


Written by Erica Schultz, art by Maria Sanapo, covers by Joe Corroney, Maria Sanapo, photo.

Paige and Gabe are in the Underworld being used to power the multitudes of demons coming onto our plane of existence. Many in the Charmed Ones' circle have already been replaced by demons, closing in on finishing them off before looking to take over the world.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 21.


Written by David Avallone, art by Dave Acosta, covers by Brent Schoonover, Anthony Marques.

Chapter Four: Phoenix In Flight. John Sunlight wants to light up the Ring of Fire, causing havoc and destruction all along the West Coast. Can Doc Savage and Amelia Earhart stop him in time? Catch the apocalyptic climax of Avallone and Acosta's Doc Savage: Ring of Fire!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 28.


Written by Bill Willingham, art by Cezar Razek, covers by Cary Nord, Patrick Zircher, Roberto Castro.

The race to capture the rare gemstone known as the "Eye of Judgment" continues -- has brought both the crews of the noble Venture and the villainous Resolve to the Lost Land of Caspak! But as they press on into the interior of the island, they'll have to deal with the dangers of the native prehistoric flora and fauna -- that is to say, the dinosaurs!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 28.


Written by David Liss, art by Kewber Baal, cover by Ken Lashley.

Britt Reid, the masked crimefighter known as The Green Hornet, and his inseparable ally Kato return in an all-new tale by David Liss (Black Panther, The Spider) and Kewber Baal (Kiss)! If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, it could be the deadliest for Central City's staunch defenders! Green Hornet's personal vendetta against organized crime creates a void in Chicago, one filled by two more masked individuals: the vicious Demone and the cavalier Swashbuckler. While the former establishes himself as a most formidable foe, the latter claims to be a friend... but is he playing a far more subtle game?

136 pages, $15.99, in stores on June 7.


Written by Ben Fisher, art and cover by Adam Markiewicz.

In the near future, humanity awakens to the horrifying reality that the faintest touch from another's skin results in agonizing death. The survivors isolate themselves, many driven mad by fragments of memories absorbed from those they've killed. Two years after the "Divide", a pair of thieves stumble upon the means to save their species... but not everyone is eager to see the old world order restored! Includes free digital bonus content to download, including the song "Teotwawki" (mood music for the apocalypse), a coloring book, RPG content, a self help book from the perspective of villain Sebastian Gibbs, dystopian short stories, and a song by the band City Below!

176 pages, $19.99, in stores on July 26.


Written by David Gonzalez, Elliot Serrano, art and cover by Andrew Huerta.

It's time to go back to the barrio with the Homies! The pop culture phenomenon that took the 1990s by storm returns with brand-new hijinks co-plotted by the creator of Homies himself, David Gonzales. In Barrio Quien Sabe, the entire community is one big familia, laughter and good times are the perfect cure for reality, and the Homies love their lowriders like they love their ladies: painted, sexy, curvy, and dressed to kill. Follow the colorful, oddball characters in four wild adventures: the wedding of Gata to would-be bachelor-for-life Hollywood, a charity match of rival luchadores to save the neighborhood community center, the haunting of the Mexican legend La Llorona, and the arrival of an illegal alien... of the extraterrestrial kind! Welcome to East Los Angeles, ese!

104 pages, $15.99, in stoes on June 14.


Written by Ben Percy, art by Rapha Lobosco, covers by Dom Reardon, Jason Masters, Matt Taylor.

"The Suicide Forest." The latest installment in the "Black Box" storyline will leave breathless! An epic car chase through the gritty, neon wonderland of Tokyo gives way to a sexy layover near Mt. Fuji, where James Bond goes "undercover" with the mysterious assassin, Selah Sax. Little does 007 know his mission is about to change -- and danger lurks in the nearby "Suicide Forest," where he and Selah will be both the hunters and the hunted!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 7.


Written by James Robinson, art by Aaron Campbell, cover by Mike Perkins.

The thrilling series conclusion! Tiger and Felix have cornered their prey, the North Korean agent responsible for the bio-weapons - but Alena Davoff, Felix's former lover, is still at large, and Felix is dead-set on investigating! He must figure out if Alena is still working for her former Russian handlers... or if she's gone rogue?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 14.


Written by Anthony Del Col, art by Werther Dell'Edera, covers by Fay Dalton, Dave Bullock.

Who can you really trust? Now on the inside of the Rover gang that runs Bayport's criminal world, Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys turn to a black sheep brother to guide them through it all. But as they put together a sting operation, are they the ones that will be stung?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 14.


Written by Wes Schneider, art by Ediano Silva, covers by Jonathan Lau

The Pathfinder heroes take on the dreaded Hellknights! Having identified the serial killer stalking Korvosa's streets, Seoni and her friends must undertake their most foolhardy quest yet--sneaking into a Hellknight fortress! Once inside, they'll need to battle devils and infernal traps in order to search a wizard's workshop for clues. But infiltrating the stronghold of a knightly order powerful enough to enslave devils will prove anything but simple... Battle and brimstone overflow in this sinister adventure from Pathfinder co-creator James L. Sutter (Pathfinder Hollow Mountain, The Redemption Engine), with art from Ediano Silva (Grimm Fairy Tales, Hellchild: The Unholy). Contains pull-out poster map and official Pathfinder RPG bonus encounter!

32 pages, $4.99, in stores on June 28.


Written by Ryan Browne, art and cover by Pete Woods, cover by Ryan Browne.

Oh man, oh man, oh man! Okay! Everybody cool out! We just need a second here and we will figure this out! Or not. I don't know. Tim and the gang messed up pretty big and I'm not sure how they are going to handle it. And not just them. How are the superheroes gonna deal with this? Captain Battle doesn't seem too easy goingÖnot with a name like Captain Battle! Let's just think about this logically. Maybe Sparky, Captain Battle Jr., and Tim can turn this monumental screw-up to their advantage. I mean, they have a lot of inside information and maybe a town without crime isn't so great after all...

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 28.


Written by Pierce Brown, Rik Hoskin, art by Eli Powell, covers by Toby Cypress, Eli Powell.

While the Sons of Ares are on the run as their mission takes a deadly turn, Fitchner Au Barca's time at The Institute is revisited. He learned many lessons there, but the most important of all was one of loyalty. The Peerless Scarred stand above all and look down on the rest. Their dismissal of one of their own proves to be a fateful error.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 14.


Written by Amy Chu, art by Carlos E. Gomez, covers by Mike McKone, Ben Caldwell, Carlos E. Gomez, photo, Mel Rubi.

First New York, next the world. Only Red Sonja and her friends can stop Kulan Gath's megalomaniac quest for a new world order, but first they need to lure the evil sorcerer to Coney Island for a final magic showdown. Can Max pull off the greatest trick of his life, or will this be their last ride?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 21.


Written by Ray Fawkes, Kyle Higgins, art by Johnny Desjardins, Jorge Fornes, covers by Stephen Segovia, Johnny Desjardins, Alvaro Sarreseca, Jorge Fornes.

The growing mystery in the Lost Valley threatens to envelop the Earth and destroy any future mankind has. While Samson, last man on Earth, stalks the threat, little does he know the threat stalks HIM! And some five-hundred years earlier, Doctor Spektor faces his destiny while Magnus investigates a puzzle that will ultimately change everything! Bonus Turok Story: Continuing the all-new saga of the all-new Turok from Sovereigns #0: What's Turok's link to the outside world, and will that tie aid his quest or bring it down -- along with his head?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 14.


Written, art and cover by Francesco Francavilla.

Intrigue! Action! Horror! The Pulp-tastic conclusion of one of Will Eisner's The Spirit's most thrilling tales is here and has it all.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 28.


Written by Paul Cornell, art by Jimmy Broxton, covers by Philip Tan, Javier Pulido, photo, Jimmy Broxton.

Ever wondered what happens to your soul when you die? Spent time pondering if karma is real? Questioned whether there's a greater power out there watching to see if we've been naughty or nice? This month, Vampirella is your guide as all your existential questions are answered. Rudely!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 21.


Written by Craig Engler, Fred Van Lente, art by Edu Menna, covers by Denis Medri, Lucio Parrillo, photo.

"Sea of Death," Part 3. Specialist Israel Johnson and Private Edie Cutter find themselves caught between warring factions as the remnants of the U.S. Navy board the floating zombie fortress The Empress of the Seas to capture the food substitute Soylent Z. With the Captain and his notorious Crew distracted by the fight, Israel and Edie decide their best course of action is to steal the Soylent themselves, not realizing the Navy has a secret weapon they're about to deploy. Meanwhile, in the depths of the ocean an all-new zombie menace begins to stir. Sea of Death is a prequel set in the world of Syfy's zombie series Z Nation.

32 pages, $3.99.

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