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Dynamite Entertainment provided Major Spoilers with sneak peeks of issues arriving this week.  Take the jump for a look at Project Superpowers: Chapter Two #0, The Boys: Herogasm #2, Masquerade #4, and The Man with No Name #11.

PROJECT SUPERPOWERSâ„¢: CHAPTER TWO #0
PRICE: $1.00
Writer: Jim Krueger
Penciller/Inker: Edgar Salazar (main story), Doug Klauba (special, Black Terror origin story)
Covers: Alex Ross, Alex Ross and Alex Ross — 3 CONNECTING COVERS!, Stephen Segovia (1-in-10 chase)
Colorist: Victor Ramones

Genre: SUPER-HERO, SCIFI, ADVENTURE
Rating: TEEN+
The next exciting chapter of DYNAMITE ENTERTAINMENT’s PROJECT SUPERPOWERS begins here! And, just like the first series, Chapter Two is debuting with a full-size, introductory priced #0 issue! And best of all, issue #0 features three connecting covers – forming one amazing and powerful image – by Alex Ross!

Overseen again by Ross, who plots and art directs the entire PROJECT SUPERPOWERS universe, writer Jim Krueger returns for Chapter Two, as the pair of all-star creators are joined for the series by Edgar (DEATH DEFYING ‘DEVIL) Salazar!

This full-size, 32-page comic features 20 pages of story and art, PLUS a two page origin sequence of the Black Terror by Doug Klauba (each issue of Chapter Two will feature extra content like the Origins sequences here)! PROJECT SUPERPOWERS: CHAPTER TWO picks up from the events of CHAPTER ONE as the newly returned heroes have set out on a quest to use their newfound freedom to return the world to the power of the people, while facing the shadowy Supremacy and the unlikely foes of the Inheritors! We’ve built up the SUPERPOWERS universe, and now watch it be torn down! All for $1.00!

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THE BOYS: HEROGASM #2 (OF 6)
Writer: Garth Ennis
Penciller/Inker: John McCrea
Covers: Darick Robertson
Colorist: Tony Aviña

Genre: SUPERHERO
Rating: MATURE
The first-ever Boys spin-off mini-series features the pairing of Ennis with Hitman artist John McCrea and covers by Boys artist and co-creator Darick Robertson!
Things heat up at the super-retreat, as new heights of hedonism are scaled and Jack From Jupiter introduces A-Train to the depravity of “Forbidden”. The Homelander, meanwhile, is indulging in a little peccadillo of his own- one that will have far-reaching consequences for the world’s superhuman community. Hughie finds himself talking dirty, Payback get an offer they can’t refuse- and the Boys put their own plan into operation…

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MASQUERADE #4
Writer: PHIL HESTER
Penciller: CARLOS PAUL
Covers: Alex Ross (100%), Carlos Paul (1-IN-8 CHASE COVER)
Colorist: Debora Carita

Genre: Superhero
Rating: TEEN+
As Masquerade’s quest concludes, and more of her secrets are revealed, the entire scope of the SUPERPOWERS world comes into sharp focus as the nature of the Fighting Yank and his one-man crusade change the world forever!

From Dynamite, Alex Ross, Phil Hester and Carlos Paul!

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THE MAN WITH NO NAME #11
Writer: Luke Lieberman., Matt Wolpert
Penciller/Inker: Diego Bernard
Cover: Homs
Colorist: PC Siqueira

Genre: SUPERHERO, WESTERN, ADVENTURE
Rating: TEEN+
Luke Lieberman and Matt Wolpert present the final issue of “Holliday in the Sun” as our exciting arc comes to a smashing conclusion! Illustrated by Diego Bernard and featuring two awesome covers! Next up: chuck Dixon saddles up with Dynamite and the Man with No Name!

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via Dynamite Entertainment

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Stephen Schleicher

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