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Dynamite Entertainment has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of issues and trades arriving in stores this week.  Take the jump for Super Zombies #1, The Black Terror #3, Army of Darkness #17, The Man with No Name #8, and Zorro Volume 1: Year One: Trail of the Fox.  Be sure to check out issue #82 of the Major Spoilers Podcast, where Rodrigo reviews Super Zombies.  And you can check out our review of Army of Darkness #17, right here.

SUPER ZOMBIES #1
DIAMOND ORDER CODE: JAN09 4102
Writer: Marc Guggenheim and Vince Gonzales
Penciller: Mel Rubi
Covers: Fabiano (Marvel Zombies VS. AOD) Neves (50%), Mel Rubi (50%)
Colorist: Vinicius Andrade

Genre: SUPERHERO, HORROR
Rating: TEEN+
1. Super -Zombie /’super/ [soo-per zom-bee] -noun
a. flesh eaters with super powers.
2. Super -Zombies /’super/ [soo-per zom-bees] -noun, plural
The next BIG hit from DYNAMITE ENTERTAINMENT!

In a world filled with super-heroes, one man stands apart, Neuron, once known as Bernard Jaeger, the man responsible for saving the world, most particularly from the KHR SYNDROME. But it was this very plague which began to change the world forever, filling its population of super heroes with a deadly new hunger – a hunger for human flesh!

From DYNAMITE ENTERTAINMENT, writers Marc (Spider-Man) Guggenheim and Vince Gonzales, and artist Mel (Red Sonja) Rubi comes SUPER Zombies #1 – THE Comic Book Entertainment event of 2009! Featuring covers by Rubi, and Dynamite exclusive artist Fabiano Neves, SUPER Zombies #1 is poised to be the biggest book of 2009… any beyond!

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THE BLACK TERRORâ„¢ #3
DIAMOND ORDER CODE: OCT08 4019
Writer: Alex Ross, Jim Krueger
Penciller: Mike Lilly
Covers: Alex Ross (main cover), Mike Lilly (1-in-10 cover), Mark Texeira “sketch” cover (1-in-15)!
Colorist: Vinicius Andrade

Genre: Superhero
Rating: Teen +
Awards: N/A
Publication Date: December 2008
Format: Comic book
Rights: WW
Spinning out of Alex Ross’ Project SUPERPOWERS is the first new ongoing series — opening with a story arc by Ross, Krueger and Lilly!

In this issue, The Black Terror has bitten off more than he can chew on his quest to find out the ultimate fate of his sidekick, Tim. On this quest, he’s run right into “The Patriots” and the battle leaves the Terror shaken, but at the end of it, he comes face-to-face with President West!

Featuring three incredible covers that span the ages: Alex Ross (main cover), Mike Lilly (1 in 10) and a “sketch: cover by Mark Texeira (1 in 15)! All covers will be printed on high-end card stock paper (similar to Marvel’s Civil War and Secret Invasion)!

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ARMY OF DARKNESS #17
DIAMOND ORDER CODE: OCT08 4040
Writers: Jim Kuhoric and Mike Raicht
Penciller: Scott Cohn
Cover Stjepan Sejic
Colorist: Ivan Nunes

Genre: horror
Rating: Teen +
Ash faces his most deadly challenge yet as he faces a mountainside possessed by the power of the Necronomicon in the thrilling conclusion to “Hellbillies and Deadnecks”

Written by Mike Raicht with James Kuhoric and featuring the art of Scott Cohn (all under a Stjepan Sejic cover!)

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THE MAN WITH NO NAME #8
DIAMOND ORDER CODE: OCT08 4048
Writer: Luke Lieberman, Matt Wolpert
Penciller: Wellington Dias
Covers: Richard Isanove, Homs (1-in-10)
Colorist: Bruno Hang

Genre: Western
Rating: Teen +
Awards: N/A
Publication Date: December 2008
Format: Comic book
Rights: WW
Writers Luke Lieberman and Matt (Entourage) Wolpert, along with artist Wellington Dias present “Holliday in the Sun”! Featuring Blondie, Tuco and flashbacks to a younger Blondie’s early adventures!

Featuring a continuing set of Covers by Richard (Dark Tower) Isanove along with a special chase cover by Red Sonja artist Homs (1 in 10).

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ZORRO VOL. 1 HARDCOVER
YEAR ONE: TRAIL OF THE FOX
Writer: Matt Wagner
Penciller: Francesco Francavilla
Cover Matt Wagner (Direct), Mike Mayhew (Mass)
Colorist: Adriano Lucas

Genre: Action/Adventure
Rating: Teen +
Pages: 208
Inspired by, and dedicated to, the works of Zorro creator Johnston McCulley and visionary author
Isabel Allende, legendary writer Matt Wagner brings the thrilling tale of Zorro to life as never before!

Along with artist Francesco Francavilla, Wagner crafts the year one origin of Zorro, his alter ego Diego de la Vega, and the events that led to the formation of the legendary “El Zorro” who fought tyranny and injustice wherever it was to be found!

This collection reprints issues one through eight of the Dynamite series along with a complete cover gallery featuring the work of Matt Wagner, John Cassaday, Mike Mayhew and Ryan Sook!

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via Dynamite Entertainment

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  1. March 10, 2009 at 8:13 pm — Reply

    Super Zombies looks fucking awesome! I hope my LCS has it. I hate ordering comics online. Paying for shipping and handling just sucks, and they always take forever.

    THANK GOD tomorrow is Wednesday!

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