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Another roundup of sneak peeks of titles arriving next week comes from Image Comics.  The company dropped off previews of  Dynamo 5 #20, Proof #17, The Astounding Wolf-man #13, and The Sword #15.

DYNAMO 5 #20
story JAY FAERBER, art & cover MAHMUD A. ASRAR & RON RILEY

32 PAGES, FC, $3.50

CHANGE IS COMING!
It’s Valentine’s Day, but the members of Dynamo 5 don’t have time to deal with their own love lives. Instead, they have to stop a feuding super-villain couple from destroying Tower City!

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PROOF #17
story ALEX GRECIAN, art & cover RILEY ROSSMO

32 PAGES, FC, $3.50

“BORDERLANDS”
The Chupacabra’s journey from Mexico to Minnesota is finally revealed in a special stand-alone story. Plus, Colonel Dachshund receives a gift from an unexpected visitor.

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THE ASTOUNDING WOLF-MAN #13
story ROBERT KIRKMAN, art & cover JASON HOWARD

32 PAGES, FC, $2.99

Now, at long last we get the secret origin of Gary Hampton. Where did he come from? How did he rise to become one of the richest men in the world? If you think you know everything about the man who became the Astounding Wolf-Man, think again.

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THE SWORD #15
story JOSHUA LUNA, art & cover JONATHAN LUNA

32 PAGES, FC, $2.99

Dara will stop at nothing to get the sword back.

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via Image Comics

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