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Dynamite Entertainment has a small week this week, but two great titles make up for that.  Take the jump for a sneak peek of Project Superpowers #6, and Zorro #7.

PROJECT SUPERPOWERSâ„¢ #6
DIAMOND ORDER CODE: MAY08 3742
Writer: ALEX ROSS w/JIM KRUEGER
Penciller: CARLOS PAUL
Covers: ALEX ROSS
Colorist: DEBORA CARITA
Genre: Super Hero
Rating: TEEN+

The first series of Dynamite’s all-new and ongoing Project SUPERPOWERS comic book series is about to come to a startling close! The penultimate issue (the opening series will end with issue #7, but the series will be back in the Fall of 2008!) is here as Alex Ross, Jim Krueger, Carlos Paul and Debora Carita present issue #6!

Under the fully-painted Alex Ross cover – featuring two of Project SUPERPOWERS all new characters, the Scarab and the American Spirit – interior artist Carlos Paul and Debora Carita work from Jim Krueger’s script as our heroes continue to assemble, and Dynamic Man and the Dynamic Family attempt to regain control of the very world – and their very power!

Fans, ask you local retailer for the Negative Art Incentive Alex Ross cover!
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ZORRO #7
DIAMOND ORDER CODE: JUN08 3818
Writer: MATT WAGNER
Penciller: FRANCESCO FRANCAVILLA
Covers: MATT WAGNER (75%), RYAN SOOK (25%).
Colorist: ADRIANO LUCAS
Genre: Pulp
Rating: TEEN+

With a flick of the rest, Zorro leaves his mark! And Dynamite has left their mark with the all-new Dynamite comic book series from writer/cover artist/art director Matt Wagner and artist Francesco Francavilla! The penultimate issue of our opening “year one” tale is here as things are coming to a head between Zorro and the brutal Sgt. Gonzales! Featuring covers by Wagner and Ryan (Countdown) Sook!

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via Dynamite Entertainment

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