Dynamite Entertainment August 2016 Solicitations
EVIL ERNIE: GODEATER #1
Story: Justin Jordan, Keith Davidsen
Art: by Colton Worley, Cezar Razek
Cover:by Lucio Parrillo, Ben Templesmith, Michael Adams.
Something bad is coming. Something that could kill Heaven and Hell and the Earth itself: The Godeater. And the only thing standing its way is… Evil Ernie? We’re probably all screwed. Dynamite Entertainment proudly welcomes Justin Jordan, the Harvey Award-winning writer of such horror hits as The Strange Talent of Luther Strode and Shadowman, as he debuts the all-new “Godeater” storyline, an event so epic in scope, it promises to shake the very foundations of the Chaos! universe!
BATTLESTAR GALACTICA (CLASSIC) #1
Story: Cullen Bunn
Art: and cover by Alex Sanchez
Cover:by Butch Guice, Juan Doe, Michael Adams.
The Galactica’s search for sanctuary takes them beyond the limits of known reality and into a cosmic mystery where the hunters become the hunted, ruin and despair dot the skies, and Adama goes where friend and family can’t follow.
ARMY OF DARKNESS: ASH FOR PRESIDENT ONE-SHOT
Story: Elliott Serrano
Art: by Diego Galindo, cover by Elliot Fernandez.
He’s faced off against demons in Hell. He’s battled the dead in the future. He’s even combated the armies of darkness in space. But Ash Williams has never gone up against evil in an arena like this: the political arena! From the writer who brought you “Hail to the Queen, Baby” and “Ash Saves Obama” comes the off-beat adventure that answers the question: “What if Ash Williams ran for President of the United States?” When the Necronomicon Ex Mortis gives him a cryptic message, Ash Williams enlists the help of a beautiful psychic to help him track down the agent of the “Great Darkness”, an evil so great that it threatens both humankind and the demon realm. But what happens when the search for truth takes Ash on a trail that he never expected… the campaign trail?
Story: Rick Remender
Art: by Jonathan Wayshak, cover by Jae Lee.
Every living creature on Earth has been devolved – the evolutionary clock turned back, reverting all life to odd mutations and prehistoric incarnations. The cities of man are little more than bloody territories ruthlessly dominated by tribal Neanderthals ruling from the backs of mammoths, packs of saber-toothed tigers, and giant man-eating insects. Raja, one of the few remaining “Still Sapien” humans, heads to San Francisco to find the antidote for the world-changing DVO-8 viral agent. But to cross the wasteland, she’ll have to convince the last pocket of humanity to join her quest… and survive the Nazi hillbillies that rule them through fear!
THE DYNAMITE ART OF THE SHADOW HC
Story: Michael Uslan
Art: by Alex Ross, Howard Chaykin, Matt Wagner, John Cassaday, Francesco Francavilla, Tim Bradstreet, Wilfredo Torres, Chris Samnee, Jason Shawn Alexander, cover by Alex Ross.
Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men? Dynamite knows! Since 2002, The Shadow has been an integral part of Dynamite Entertainment’s publishing line, a relentless force of justice haunting the shelves of comic shops each and every month. Over the years, dozens of highly skilled artists have drawn and painted the crime-fighter, as well as his signature cloak, slouched hat, and twin .45 semi-automatic pistols. The Dynamite Art of The Shadow celebrates the timelessness of a pulp fiction icon, as captured by the comic industry’s most acclaimed talents: Alex Ross, Howard Chaykin, Matt Wagner, John Cassaday, Francesco Francavilla, Tim Bradstreet, Wilfredo Torres, Chris Samnee, Jason Shawn Alexander, and many more.
WOMEN OF DYNAMITE: DEJAH THORIS STATUE
Sculpted by Jason Smith.
By popular demand, the Princess of Mars is proudly brought to three-dimensional life as the fifth entry in the brand-new “Women of Dynamite” statue line, inspired by the art of superstar artist Frank Cho! Sculptor Jason Smith and the team at the Brewing Factory poured over the very finest illustrations of Dejah Thoris from Dynamite’s wildly successful library of Warlord of Mars comics to find just the right inspiration, resulting in this gorgeous statue, measuring 12″ high (to the tip of her sword) and 4.5″ deep, with a 6″ base. Hand-painted on cold-cast porcelain with ABS details, each statue is individually numbered as part of a Limited Edition run, and comes packaged in a four-color box with a hand-numbered Certificate of Authenticity. Let the original heroine of science fiction grace your collection with her exotic beauty!
WOMEN OF DYNAMITE: VAMPIRELLA — LIMITED EDITION “DIAMOND EYE” VARIANT STATUE
Sculpted by Jason Smith
Art: by J. Scott Campbell.
Only 199 of these gorgeous “Diamond Eye” edition statues exist in the whole world! An extremely Limited Edition Vampirella statue based on the work of comics sensation J. Scott Campbell and sculpted by the ever-talented Jason Smith, featuring our blood-craving heroine with a twinkle in her eye. Hand-painted on cold-cast porcelain, the Vampirella statue stands approximately 12″ in height with a 6″ base. This rare variant edition of the first Women of Dynamite 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! Note: Limited to only 199 statues.
ARMY OF DARKNESS: FURIOUS ROAD #6
Story: Nancy A. Collins
Art: by Kewber Baal, cover by Gabriel Hardman.
Everybody is kung fu fighting! In fact, it’s a little bit frightening! “Furious Road” reaches its action-packed, grindhouse climax as Ash and his allies â€“ including the Frankenstein’s Monster, The Daughter of Dracula, and her infamous father â€“ team up with a monastery full of Motor City Shaolin monks against The General and his demonic Army of Darkness in a last-ditch attempt to save the world… or at least themselves!
Story: Jeff Drake
Art: by Frank Forte, Edward Rowan
Cover:by Tony Gennaro, Jack Herzog.
The Bob’s Burgers comic book delivers the second serving of its one-story issues when Louise’s Unsolved Mysteries and Curious Curiosities Presents… Giant Chinchilla Girl! Louise invents a machine capable of teleportation â€“ but when she decides to give it a spin herself, the outcome is a little fuzzy. Or in her case, furry.
Story: Waco O’Guin, Roger Black
Art: by TBA, cover by Ashley Long.
In Brickleberry #2, we continue with Future Steve and his pursuit of his old boss, Woody Johnson, to prevent the cow invasion that wiped out humanity. The Bovine Overlord has sent Future Bobby back in time to thwart Future Steve’s plot to assassinate Woody!
Story: Andy Diggle, Angela Cruickshank
Art: by Andrea Mutti, cover by Ben Oliver
Washington DC detective Kate Burnham interrupted an assassination attempt. Now the killer is back to finish the job, and he’ll let nothing stand in his way – including Kate! The noose is tightening…
Story: Mark Rahner
Art: by Jethro Morales, cover by Jay Anacleto.
John Carter, the hero from Earth, has disappeared. Before he vanished, he assaulted loyal Heliumite guards and stole an ancient artifact. Now, Dejah Thoris — the Princess of Mars and beloved wife to the fugitive champion — must investigate his mysterious course of action and save him from the death penalty. No matter how ruthless or reckless she must be, Dejah Thoris will stop at nothing to prove his innocence… and in so doing, will stir up a far-ranging conspiracy and earn the enmity of a madman called the Red Reaper!
Story: Phil Hester
Art: by Brent Peeples, cover by Felipe Massafera.
With their universe being torn apart, Turok, Magnus, Samson, and Solar are lured by Dr. Spektor into a strange dimension where only the ultimate sacrifice will be enough to preserve reality. The climax to this series!
Story: Warren Ellis
Art: by Jason Masters.
EIDOLON, Part Three: Bond is sent to breach a secret base in the depths of England, alone, without back-up, and fully deniable: a place from Cold War history, with only one way in and one way out, while the forces of security services all over the world are seemingly ranged against MI6, and all Bond has is his gun and a few pieces of a bloody, dark puzzle…
JIM BUTCHER’S THE DRESDEN FILES: WILD CARD #5
Story: Jim Butcher, Mark Powers
Art: and cover by Carlos Gomez.
It’s open war in Chicago between the police, the White Court, and the mafia network run by “Gentleman” Johnny Marcone! While Karrin Murphy recovers from her own confrontation with Puck, Harry must face off against the far more powerful being. Harry will need help from friends and enemies alike to prevent the demented fae from completing his masterpiece of pandemonium — but is it already too late?
Story: Ben Acker, Heath Corson
Art: by Dan McDaid
Cover:by Marc Laming, Jonathan Lau and Colton Worley.
Flash Gordon escapes! Broken in mind and spirit, our intrepid heroes must bust out of their sci-fi prison and rescue their friend, even if that friend doesn’t want to be rescued! Continuing the epic crossover that unites the greatest heroes from the King Features Syndicate comic strips: The Phantom, Mandrake the Magician, Prince Valiant, Jungle Jim, Flash Gordon, and more!
Story: Robert Rodi
Art: by Fritz Casas, cover by Alex Ross.
Sigurd Dragonsbane, one of the greatest creations of legendary comic book writer/artist Jack “The King” Kirby, returns in an epic tale of valor and victory! When the Fell Mists, which have shrouded the borders of Valhalla for time immemorial, rise to expose other Mythlands beyond his own, Sigurd and his brethren Balduur, Honir, and Heimdall revel in the knowledge that they may once again ride abroad into unknown lands, lending arms to those in need. Tahmina, a princess imprisoned by fearsome dragons in distant Persia, sends a psychic projection to Valhalla, requesting their aid. Across strange summits and seas, they rush into adventure… facing witches, hulking beasts, and fiery she-demons along the way!
THE LONE RANGER / GREEN HORNET #2
Story: Michael Uslan
Art: by Giovanni Timpano, cover by Jan Duursema.
With the fate of the free world hanging in the balance, G-Man Eliot Ness demands The Lone Ranger return! But Britt Reid breaks with his family tradition, creating a painful rift with his Great Uncle John Reid, forcing the original Lone Ranger to instead offer his mask to America’s greatest Olympic hero… Jesse Owens!
Story: Corinna Bechko
Art: by Roberto Castro
Cover:by Felipe Massafera, Roberto Castro.
The thrilling conclusion of Tarzan and Sheena’s adventure in London finds them facing off against a woman who shouldn’t exist, a death-mad cult with access to impossible technology, and the hard fact that neither of them is very good at working as part of a team. With Jane’s help they have just one chance to save both their homes and their futures, but will it be enough to save their own skins?
Story: Corinna Bechko
Art: by Jonathan Lau
Cover:by Tula Lotay and Jonathan Lau.
Marla must choose her fate as past and future collide. Is she Marla Drake, friend and co-worker, or Miss Fury, a creature of dark power and fierce retribution? The answer lies far from land as the Minor Key seeks to unlock an apocalypse they can’t control, forcing Miss Fury to confront the mysterious force coiled within her. Will she learn to harness it in time, or will all of New York pay the price?
GARTH ENNIS’ RED TEAM: DOUBLE TAP, CENTER MASS #2
Story: Garth Ennis
Art: by Craig Cermak, cover by Dan Panosian.
Once Eric Nightingale starts talking, Eddie and Trudy realize just how big a case this could be- and how far it could take them. But these are dangerous waters, and soon our heroes will be risking a lot more than just their careers…
Story: Ande Parks
Art: by Esteve Polls, cover by Francesco Francavilla
FBI Agent Thomas Jennings has just arrived in San Francisco, fresh-faced and ready to tackle crime in the big city… but he’s not nearly prepared for what he’s about to encounter. The city’s crime lords are being systematically murdered, and those responsible are the stuff of his nightmares. In a desperate race to end the spree killings and rescue two targeted and helpless children, Jennings will be forced to question every belief he holds dear… and struggle to hold onto his humanity. Gritty, sometimes depraved crime fiction in the tradition of James Elroy, Jim Thompson, and EC-era crime and horror comics, Seduction of the Innocent reunites writer Ande Parks and artist Esteve Polls, the creative team that brought you The Death of Zorro and The Lone Ranger.
THE SHADOW: THE DEATH OF MARGO LANE #3
Story, Art and Cover: Matt Wagner.
Months after the tragic loss of his companion Margo Lane, The Shadow grows frustrated in his efforts to find those responsible for her demise, the mysterious Red Empress and her Tong gang. Growing increasingly grim and merciless in his pursuit, the Master of Darkness finally uncovers a clue that points to a certain Chinatown nightclub. Our hero leads a strike team of his most trusted agents in a raid on the lair of the Red Empress. Will The Shadow’s quest for vengeance ultimately push him over the edge, into a path of madness and homicide?
SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN: FALL OF MAN #2
Story: Van Jensen
Art: by Ron Salas, cover by Ron Salas.
Billionaire technologist Mick Gentle has promised to restore Steve Austin’s humanity, but there’s a catch. To remove Austin’s bionic parts, Gentle needs a Soviet device held in a top-secret base in East Berlin. But the Berlin Wall is just the smallest hurdle, as Austin squares off against enemy agents, killer robots, and mutant creatures birthed of the maddest mad scientists.
Story: Robert Place Napton, Gardner Fox
Art: by Cliff Richards, Frank Frazetta, cover by Jae Lee.
After a military helicopter crashes in a remote valley in Africa, a lone survivor awakens without memory of his identity or mission. From the wreckage, he learns only his name: Roger Drum. Armed with instinctive survival skills, the amnesiac roams his new surroundings, discovering a bizarre lost world of dinosaurs, mammoths, sabretooth tigers, and primitive human tribes. Against the backdrop of this hostile new reality, Drum must come to terms with his violent past… so that he may assume the respected and feared mantle of the prophesied jungle warrior Thun’da!
Thun’da, the hero of the primeval forest created by legendary fantasy illustrator Frank Frazetta, returns in this action-packed adventure by Robert Place Napton and Cliff Richards! As a special treat, Dynamite Entertainment proudly presents four classic tales of Thun’da, fully remastered and featuring the creative talents of comic legends Gardner Fox and Frank Frazetta himself!
Story: Kate Leth
Art: by Eman Casallos
Cover:by Chrissie Zullo, Sergio Davila.
After the harrowing conclusion of our first arc, Vampirella needs a break â€“ not that it means she’ll get one! A horror hostess gig goes awry in this stand-alone adventure tale of Weird Hollywood!
VAMPIRELLA ARCHIVES VOL. 15 HC
Story: David Allikas, Gerry Boudreau, Nicola Cuti, Bill DuBay, Michael Fleisher, Bruce Jones, Rich Margopoulos, Don McGregor
Art: by Auraleon, Enrich, Jose Gonzalez, Martin Hoffman, Esteban Maroto, Gonzalo Mayo, Rudy Nebres, Jose Ortiz, Leopold Sanchez, Sanjulian, cover by Enrich.
What terrors lurk within the final volume of the Vampirella Archives? The incomparable horror hostess offers you a guided tour of the Warren Publishing library, presenting the era’s greatest anthology of horror and science fiction by such comics luminaries as Bill DuBay, Gonzalo Mayo, Rich Margopoulos, JosÃ© Gonzalez, Luis Bermejo, Nicola Cuti, Bruce Jones, and many more. This edition of Vampirella Archives collects Vampirella Magazine #104-112, 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.
Story: Genevieve Valentine
Art: by Julius Gopez, cover by Jenny Frison.
The daring rescue of Chilapa and the captive Harpies has made Xena into Rome’s newest, greatest enemy… just like old times! It will bring the might of an empire to Xena’s doorstep… and Gabrielle is going to stop it, by any means necessary. All roads lead to Rome!
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