Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Athena #1, Galactica: 1980 #1, The Lone Ranger #18, Army of Darkness: Ash Saves Obama #2, and New Battlestar Galactica: Ghosts trade paperback, all of which hit store shelves this week (Sept 16).
Writer: DOUG MURRAY
Penciller/Inker: PAUL RENAUD and FABIANO NEVES
Covers: 5 STAR COVERS BY – DENNIS CALERO (25%), PAUL REANUD (25%), PATRICK BERKENKOTTER (25%), FABIANO NEVES (25%), all featuring an ATHENA/OBAMA Flip-cover by STEPHEN SADOWSKI
Colorist: MARCELO MAIOLO and PAUL RENAUD
Genre: SUPER-HERO, FANTASY
Dynamite presents the debut of Athena! Featuring a story from veteran writer Doug (Savage Tales, Red Sonja) Murray and illustrated by both Paul Renaud and Fabiano Neves, the goddess Athena is reborn into our world! Each issue will feature a special flashback sequence from Paul (Red Sonja) Renaud, with modern-day sequences illustrated by Fabiano (Army of Darkness vs. Marvel Zombies) Neves! The series also kicks off with a special flip sequence featuring the meeting of the Obama Family and the Goddess Athena!
All of that, plus four incredible covers on issue #1 (and a special flip-cover for the Obama back-up) by Fabiano Neves, Paul Renaud, Patrick Berkenkotter and Denis Calero!
GALACTICA: 1980 #1
Writer: MARC GUGGENHEIM
Penciller: CEZAR RAZEK
Cover: LUCIO PARILLO
Colorist: SALVATORE AIALA
Genre: SCIENCE FICTION
One of the most controversial series in Sci Fi’s history is back! Some fans love it, some fans hate it, but one thing’s for certain, writer Marc Guggenheim is going to do Galactica 1980 the “right” way! Lives will be lost as the re-imagining of 1980 begins here and unlike anything you’ve seen before in a Galactica comic book!
Featuring artist Cezar (Zorro) Razek along with a fully painted cover from Lucio Parrillo.
THE LONE RANGER #18
Writer: BRETT MATHEWS
Penciller/Inker: SERGIO CARIELLO
Covers: 2 covers by JOHN CASSADAY (50/50 black & white/color)
Colorist: MARCELO PINTO
Genre: WESTERN, ADVENTURE
The Lone Ranger rides again! Continuing their plan of releasing incredible Lone ranger comics as the story arcs are complete, Dynamite is unveiling the next thrilling chapter in their saga of the Lone Ranger! The creative team remains in place: Covers by John Cassaday, Writing and direction by Brett Matthews and Art by Sergio Cariello!
ARMY OF DARKNESS: ASH SAVES OBAMA #2 (OF 4)
Writer: ELLIOTT SERRANO
Penciller/Inker: ARIEL PADILLA
Covers: TODD NAUCK (75%), LUCIO PARILLO (25%)
Colorist: RAEL SIDHARTA
Genre: SUPER-HERO, HORROR
After surviving the Necro-Comic-Con 2009, our hero, Ashley J. Williams, wakes to (drum roll please) Dawn of the Dorks. The President has been sold a piece of the Necronomicon, so what’s a chosen one to do? Find out in the second chapter of ARMY OF DARKNESS: ASH SAVES OBAMA! You know you want to!
This special Army of Darkness mini-series event is written by Elliott (Army of Darkness/Xena) Serrano, illustrated by Ariel Padilla and features covers by Todd (Amazing Spider-Man) Nauck and Lucio Parillo!
NEW BATTLESTAR GALACTICA: GHOSTS TRADE PAPERBACK
Writer: BRANDON JERWA
Penciller: JONATHAN LAU
Covers: DENNIS CALERO
Colorist: ROMULO FAJARDO JR.
Genre: SCIENCE FICTION
Meet the Ghost Squadron, a black-ops Viper team that calls the Pegasus home. Separated from the Pegasus at the time of the Holocaust, they join forces with a freelance salvage team and their ship, Orion’s Pride. After the apocalypse, unlike their fellow survivors on the Galactica, the Ghost Squadron isn’t looking for Earth – they’re just trying to stay alive.
GHOSTS collects Dynamite Entertainmentâ€™s first Galactica story featuring an all-new and original cast of characters from the acclaimed Sci Fi series!
Written by Brandon (NEW BATTLESTAR GALACTICA: ZAREK) Jerwa, with art by Jonathan (NEW BATTLESTAR GALACTICA: ORIGINS) Lau and covers by Dennis (Legion of Super-heroes) Calero, this trade paperback collection also features a complete cover gallery by Calero.
â€œWith the usual Cylon plotting and threats, Jerwa makes sure we remember this is a Galactica story, but a unique one with fresh faces. Chances are, you’ll want to see them again. In the meantime, catch them while you can.â€
— Philadelphia Daily News