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Dynamite Entertainment has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Black Terror #2, Terminator Revolution #1, Zorro #9, The Boys: Definitive Edition Volume 1 Hardcover, The Lone Ranger Volume 2, and Jungle Girl Season 1.  If you are a collected editions fan, then this is a week to head to the comic shop.

BLACK TERRORâ„¢ #2
DIAMOND ORDER CODE: SEP08 3905
Plot: Alex Ross, Jim Krueger
Writer: Jim Krueger
Penciller: Mike Lilly
Covers: ALEX ROSS, Mike Lilly, George Tuska
Colorist: Vinicius Andrade

Genre: SUPERHERO
Rating: TEEN+
Spinning out of Alex Ross’ Project SUPERPOWERS is the first new ongoing series — opening with this four-part story arc by Ross, Krueger and Lilly!
Issue #2 features the Black Terror in a full-on rage as he takes the battle to the head of state – the President of the United States! Does President West hold the clue to the whereabouts of The Terror’s missing sidekick Tim? For his sake, we sure hope not!

Each issue will feature a cardstock cover (ala Marvel’s Secret Invasion and Civil War) and is co-plotted and art directed ?by Alex Ross, scripted by Jim Krueger and drawn by new Dynamite Exclusive artist Mike (Batman/Nightwing) Lilly! Plus, issue #2 will feature three exciting covers, a main cover painting by Alex Ross, a special 1 in 10 chase cover by Mike Lilly and a special 1 in 15 chase cover by Golden Age Great George (Captain Marvel) Tuska!

Fans, ask your local retailer for the Ross Negative Art Incentive Cover and Ross Foil Editions!

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TERMINATOR REVOLUTION #1
DIAMOND ORDER CODE: OCT08 4024
Writer: Simon Furman
Penciller: Lui Antonio
Covers: Richard Isanove (75%) and Stjepan Sejic (25%)
Colorist: Adriano Lucas

Genre: Science Fiction
Rating: Teen +
The Terminator is back as Dynamite once again puts John Connor up against Skynet and the dark future as envisioned in the blockbuster films!
Helmed again by writer Simon Furman, joined by artist Lui (Red Sonja) Antonio and cover artists Richard (Dark Tower) Isanove and Stjepan Sejic (covers are 50/50 ratio), “Revolution” tells a story set in the dark future of the Terminators and the present day where John Connor and his mother Sarah are on the run from the enemies sent against them from the future!

Fans, ask your local retailer for the Isanove Negative Art Incentive Cover and Isanove Foil Edition!

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ZORRO #9
DIAMOND ORDER CODE: SEP08 3914
Writer: Matt Wagner
Penciller: Cezar Rezik
Covers: Matt Wagner (75%), Francesco Francavilla (25%)
Colorist: Salvatore Aiala

Genre: WESTERN, ADVENTURE
Rating: TEEN+
Matt Wagner’s Zorro from DYNAMITE ENTERTAINMENT continues! Following the opening origin arc (Zorro: Year One), Wagner continues to script, art direct and provide covers for our second story arc! This time out, we’re welcoming artist Cesar Rezak to the team for this 6-issue arc! In issue #9, a new love interest is introduced as Zorro continues to be hounded by the military men that he’s made to look so foolish and incompetent. Featuring covers by Wagner and a 1 in 4 chase cover by Francesco Francavilla!?

Fans, ask your local retailer for the Wagner Black and White Incentive Cover and the Wagner Foil Editions!

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THE BOYS DEFINITIVE EDITION VOLUME 1 HARDCOVER
DIAMOND ORDER CODE: JUN08 3805
Rating: Mature
Writer: Garth Ennis
Penciller/Inker: Darick Robertson
Cover: Darick Robertson
Colorist: Tony Avina

Genre: Superhero
In a world where costumed heroes soar through the sky and masked vigilantes prowl the night, someone’s got to make sure the “supes” don’t get out of line. And someone will.

Billy Butcher, Wee Hughie, Mother’s Milk, The Frenchman and The Female are The Boys: a CIA-backed team of very dangerous people, each one dedicated to the struggle against the most lethal force on Earth- superpower. Some superheroes have to be watched. Some have to be controlled. And some of them – sometimes – need to be taken out of the picture.

That’s when you call in The Boys.

368 Over-sized Pages!
Collection Features:
• Issues 1-14 of the smash-hit series by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson
• A rare four page story originally created for the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund
• All of the covers for issues 1-14
• Garth Ennis’ complete script to The Boys #4
• Sketces and concept art by Darick Robertson
• and more!

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THE LONE RANGER VOLUME 2: LINES NOT CROSSED HARDCOVER
DIAMOND ORDER CODE: JAN083514
Writer: Brett Matthews
Penciller/Inker: Sergio Cariello
Covers: John Cassaday
Colorist: Marcelo Pinto

Genre: Western
Rating: Teen+
THE LONE RANGER is an unrelenting tale of the American West. Texas Ranger John Reid seeks revenge for the murders of his family and friends, only to find justice… and that he’s something greater than he ever thought he could be.

In “Lines Not Crossed” and “Downbeat” — issues 7 through 11 of the series, collected here for the first time — the thrilling adventures of The Lone Ranger continue as he and Tonto find themselves caught between frontier justice and a condemned man. As the hangman’s noose draws tighter — and Butch Cavendish ever closer — The Ranger and Tonto must uncover the truth behind a violent shootout… and what course of action to take when the law and their morality fails to p rovide clear answers.

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JUNGLE GIRL SEASON 1 HARDCOVER
DIAMOND ORDER CODE: MAY08 3752
Writers: Frank Cho and Doug Murray
Penciller: Adriano Batista
Cover: Frank Cho
Colorist: Frank Martin Jr.

Genre: Action/Adventure
Rating: Teen+
Overseen by good-girl artist extraordinaire Frank Cho and co-plotted and scripted by veteran writer Doug Murray, Dynamite Entertainment’s Jungle Girl roots itself firmly in the pulp tradition for an exciting new comic book series creation and adventure!

Illustrated by Adriano Batista under the guidance of Cho, Jungle Girl features beautiful women, thrilling adventures, and, of course, dinosaurs! Jana the Jungle Girl races to save a group of intruders into this strange land – a land filled with dinosaurs, prehistoric men and other strange and wondrous things! Each issue reveals more clues about the nature of Jana, and of the island itself, with each thrilling twist and turn collected here in one hardcover collection for the very first time.

Includes issues 0-5 along with a complete cover gallery featuring the work of Frank (Mighty Avengers) Cho and Adriano Batista as well as sketches and designs by Adriano Batista!

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via Dynamite Entertainment

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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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1 Comment

  1. hermit
    December 16, 2008 at 11:24 am — Reply

    is jungle girl better than shanna??

    lone ranger look really cool, i might have to start buying the trades before it’s too late (i.e. too many released)

    as for the boys, i’m a huge fan of the series, and i might get the hardcover for the bonus stuff (mostly the 4 pages bonus), but probably not. i already have all the trades, and that’s enough for me.

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