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Hope you didn’t get too stuffed on turkey and stuffing, because we’ve got another helping of Sneak Peeks to ease you into the weekend.  Take the jump for Dynamite Entertainment’s The Boys #25, Xena vs. Army of Darkness: What, Again? #2, and Project Superpowers.

THE BOYS #25
DIAMOND ORDER CODE: OCT08 4027
UPC: 725130109859
Writer: Garth Ennis
Penciller: Darick Robertson
Covers: Darick Robertson (50%) Carlos Ezquerra (50%)
Colorist: Tony Avi?a
Genre: Superhero
Rating: Mature

Hughie – or perhaps that should be “Bagpipe”- meets the original G-Men, and their mysterious benefactor John Godolkin. Secrets of the G-Mansion abound, including one that leaves our hero breathless. Frenchie and the Female begin surveillance as MM works the clues, and Butcher pursues answers from another source entirely. And in the background, unseen by either Boys or G-Men, shadowy forces prepare to make a move of their own… “We Gotta Go Now”, part three!

Also, the series of alternate covers counting down to issue #30 continues, this time legendary Judge Dredd artist, Carlos Ezquerra (50%) joins regular cover artist Darick Robertson (50%)!

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XENA VS. ARMY OF DARKNESS: WHAT, AGAIN? #2
DIAMOND ORDER CODE: SEP08 3933
Writer: BRANDON JERWA AND ELLIOTT SERRANO
Penciller/Inker: MIGUEL MONTENEGRO
Covers: MIGUEL MONTENEGRO (50%), MIGUEL MONTENEGRO (50%)
Colorist: ZONA I
Genre: FANTASY
Rating: TEEN+

What, more? Oh right, issue #2 of the sequel to the surprise (none more than us, I tell you what!) “hit” cross-over series! And it takes two writers to put this together? Serious? Whatever it takes, I guess…

In all (heh!) seriousness, Jerwa and Serrano continue to amaze as they are again joined by artist Miguel Montenegro for a time-spanning, thrill-inducing, literary (no, really) adventure! Featuring two covers by series artist Miguel Montenegro!

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PROJECT SUPERPOWERSâ„¢ CHAPTER 1 HARDCOVER
ISBN-10: 1933305916
ISBN-13: 9781933305912
DIAMOND ORDER CODE: JUL08 3866
Story: Alex Ross and Jim Krueger
Writer: Jim Krueger
Pencillers: Carlos Paul, Stephen Sadowski, Doug Klauba and Alex Ross
Cover by: Alex Ross
Colors: Debora Carita and InLight Studio
Genre: Super Hero
Rating: Teen +

From the dawn of the 20th Century came a new chapter in mankind’s history, unleashed during a time of great war and destruction. It was the beginning of the Age of the SUPERPOWERS, yet with the closing of the Second World War, this new spark seemingly flickered and died.
Until now…

Now, DYNAMITE ENTERTAINMENT and Alex Ross unleash the SUPERPOWERS! This explosive series features story crafted by Justice collaborators Alex Ross and Jim Kruger, joined by artists Stephen Sadowksi, Doug Klauba, Carlos Paul, Deb Carita and additional art by Alex Ross.

The story of SUPERPOWERS begins here and as our story unfolds, we journey to the heights and depths of the Second World War and present day and come face-to-face with the great forgotten heroes of the ages, and solve the mystery of where these legends disappeared to after the great war.

• Includes the introductory issue #0, along with issues 1-7 of PROJECT SUPERPOWERS Chapter One.
• All of the Fighting Yank War Journals – with art by Alex Ross – plus three new Journals exclusive to this collection.
• A complete cover gallery by Alex Ross, along with alternate covers by Michael Turner.
• Sketches, reference art, previews of upcoming PROJECT SUPERPOWERS series and more!

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via Dynamite Entertainment

The Author

Stephen Schleicher

Stephen Schleicher

Stephen Schleicher began his career writing for the Digital Media Online community of sites, including Digital Producer and Creative Mac covering all aspects of the digital content creation industry. He then moved on to consumer technology, and began the Coolness Roundup podcast. A writing fool, Stephen has freelanced for Sci-Fi Channel's Technology Blog, and Gizmodo. Still longing for the good ol' days, Stephen launched Major Spoilers in July 2006, because he is a glutton for punishment.

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