Dynamite Entertainment has announced Savage Tales #1 and Raise the Dead #1 have both sold out. The company has no plans to reprint either issue, but I would check with your local shop to see if there are any copies left.

In a prepared press release Dynamite stated, “Once again, we would like to send our appreciation to the fans and retailers for the support and dedication they have shown for Dynamite. We do our best to provide a quality product in the most fun and interactive way possible, always keeping the fans and retailers in mind through our various contests and message boards. Of course, we also have to send a great big thank you to the creative teams involved with making Savage Tales and Raise the Dead successes. The creative teams for both titles, the writers, artists, colorists and cover artists, really came together to produce over the top stories with “dynamite” artwork!”

Savage Tales is a new anthology series from Dynamite featuring a rotating cast of characters from the savage and brutal worlds of Red Sonja and the Hunter, Cthulhu and the Old Ones, Atlantis and more-all by an array of the industries top creators.

Raise The Dead is an all-new original horror series from writers Leah Moore and John Reppion with art by Dynamite’s latest up and coming artistic sensation Hugo Petrus! The story is a fast paced tale that hits the ground running in a grim world on the brink of being overrun by the living dead. Each issue of Raise the Dead is available with horrific covers by Arthur Suydam and Sean Phillips, both of Marvel Zombie fame!

via Dynamite Entertainment

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