Holiday weekends are great for relaxing, but terrible for the big Wednesday haul.Â This week, everything arrives on Thursday, so until then, Dynamite Entertainment has sent a sneak peek of its titles arriving then.
THE BOYS #22
DIAMOND ORDER CODE: JUL08 3874
Writer: Garth Ennis
Penciller: Darick Robertson
Covers: Darick Robertson
Colorist: Tony Avina
– The Legend winds up his history lesson, leaving Hughie not quite as enlightened as he might have hoped. A-Train makes a move on Annie, while the Homelander throws a tantrum- and a lot more besides.
Butcher, meanwhile, makes a discovery all his own – one that will have far-reaching consequences for our little crew, as “I Tell You No Lie, G.I.” concludes with a bang.
ARMY OF DARKNESS: HOME SWEET HELL #12
DIAMOND ORDER CODE: MAY08 3749
Writer: JAMES KUHORIC with MIKE RAICHT
Penciller: FERNANDO BLANCO
Covers: FABIANO NEVES (75%), STJEPAN SEJIC (25%)
Colorist: IVAN NUNES
Only one more issue to go until “unlucky” issue #13! Loyal readers remember that the last time Ash got to this point, he died (and went to the Marvel Zombie Universe)! So what’s planned this time around for the “chosen one”? All will be revealed in this issue as old storylines come to a close and new ones begin!
NEW BATTLESTAR GALACTICA: SEASON ZERO #12
DIAMOND ORDER CODE: MAY08 3751
Writer: Brandon Jerwa
Penciller: Jackson Herbert
Covers: Jackson Herbert and Photo Cover
Colorist: Adriano Lucas
Genre: Science Fiction
The end is here! The (cylon) apocalypse is nigh! Since the launch of Dynamite’s Season Zero as part of the 2007 Free Comic Book Day, it’s all been leading up to this, the end of the series, and the beginning events of the “reimagined” Galactica Universe on Sci Fi!
Writer brandon Jerwa and artist Jackson Herbert conclude their fan-favorite run and send the crew of the Galactica off with honors! Covers by Herbert and a BSG Photo Cover!
SAVAGE TALES #9
DIAMOND ORDER CODE: JUN08 3821
Cover: PABLO MARCOS
Genre: Sword & Sorcery/Fantasy
DYNAMITE ENTERTAINMENT continues the bi-monthly series featuring the most Savage Tales ever told! It’s positively barbaric!
This month, a whole new slate of stories, including:
Osin – from the pages of Red Sonja — by Lieberman and Carlos Rafael
Volaka – the beautiful and deadly warrior with a most unique secret — by Doug Murray and Lui Antonio
Hercules – an early adventure of the demin-god by the returning team of Doug Murray and Fabaino Neves!
Battle for Atlantis – the isle has fallen, but the battle rages on — by Leah Moore, John Reppion and Pablo Marcos
All under an incredible cover by the legendary Pablo Marcos