This week, Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers sneak peeks of The Lone Ranger #15 and Black Terror #1.

Writer: Brett Matthews
Penciller/Inker: Sergio Cariello
Covers: John Cassaday
Colorist: Marcelo Pinto

Genre: Western
Rating: TEEN+

In “Scorched Earth” Part Four, writer Brett Matthews and artist Sergio Cariello are again joined by cover artist John Cassaday as the creative team put the Ranger and Tonto hot on the heels of a serial killer. Plus: Cavendish continues to fall back into old habits as his quest for The Lone Ranger and his revenge continues.


Writer: Alex Ross and Jim Krueger
Covers: Alex Ross (50%), Greg Land (50%)
Penciller: Mike Lilly
Colorist: Vinicius Andrade

Genre: Super-Hero

Spinning out of Alex Ross’ Project SUPERPOWERS is the first new ongoing series -opening with this four-part story by Ross, Krueger and Lilly!
Each issue will feature a cardstock cover (ala Marvel’s Secret Invasion and Civil War) and the first issue also features a 50/50 cover split – one by Alex Ross and the other by Greg (Uncanny X-Men #500 new artist) Land! The same team that brought you the covers to Uncanny X-Men #500!
But that’s not all! This also comes co-plotted and story-boarded by Alex Ross, scripted by Jim Krueger and drawn by new Dynamite Exclusive artist Mike (Batman/Nightwing) Lilly!!!!

This new series is the foundation to our storylines bursting out of Project SUPERPOWERS 0-7 (the opening chapter), and will lead directly in to Project SUPERPOWERS Chapter Two!

Who are the Super-Patriots? Who are the “Inheritors”? And how does Captain Future fit in to all of this? And if that wasn’t enough, this first issue will have a sneak peak at the Death Defying ‘Devil series and the Masquerade series (otherwise, why would Mr. Land have placed all 3 of them on the cover?)

Fans, ask your local retailer for the special chase covers by John Romita Sr., Mike Lilly and Tim Sale, as well as the alternate art incentive cover by Alex Ross and the limited edition Ross foil cover!


via Dynamite Entertainment


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