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Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving this week (Oct. 7, 2009).  Take the jump for a preview of Project Superpowers: Meet the Bad Guys #2, The Boys #35, Sherlock Holmes #5, The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly #4, and the first volume of Masquerade.

PROJECT SUPERPOWERS: MEET THE BAD GUYS #2 (OF 4)
Plot: ALEX ROSS, JOE CASEY
Writer: JOE CASEY (main story), JIM KRUEGER (Fighting Yank Origin)
Artist: MIKE LILLY (main story) & DOUG KLAUBA (Fighting Yank Origin)
Cover: ALEX ROSS
Colorist: IVAN NUNES

Genre: SUPER-HERO
Rating: TEEN+
Dynamite invites you to “Meet the Bad Guys!” with this special PROJECT SUPERPOWERS series plotted by Alex Ross, scripted by Joe Casey and illustrated by Dynamite artistic sensation Mike (The Black Terror) Lilly! As the heroes return, the villains rise – this second villainous issue introduces The Revolutionary… an awesome force to be reckoned with for the Fighting Yank!

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THE BOYS #35
Writer: GARTH ENNIS
Penciller/Inker: DARICK ROBERTSON
Covers: DARICK ROBERTSON
Colorist: TONY AVIÑA

Genre: SUPERHERO
Rating: MATURE
Origins time. In the first of the two part “Nothing Like It In The World”, Mother’s Milk tells Hughie the story of his life to date- his upbringing in Harlem, the secret of his massive strength, the catastrophe that struck his family, and the unforgettable boxing championship disaster that led him to join The Boys
WARNING: PREVIEW FEATURES ADULT CONTENT

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SHERLOCK HOLMES #5 (OF 5)
Writer: LEAH MOORE, JOHN REPPION
Penciller/Inker: AARON CAMPBELL
Covers: JOHN CASSADAY (w/LAURA MARTIN COLORS)
Colorist: TONY AVIÑA

Genre: MYSTERY
Rating: TEEN+
The acclaimed mystery from Dynamite concludes. Can the world’s greatest detective unravel his greatest mystery? Find out in the conclusion of “The Trial of Shelock Holmes!

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THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY #4
Writer: CHUCK DIXON
Penciller: ESTEVE POLLS
Covers: DENNIS CALERO (75%), SERGIO CARIELLO (25%)
Colorist: MARC RUEDA

Genre: SUPERHERO, WESTERN, ADVENTURE
Rating: TEEN+
From the classic movie, the Good, The Bad, and The Ugly! The Man with No Name rides again, this time under the veteran hand of writer Chuck (G.I.Joe) Dixon in a brand-new Dynamite series! The Man is on a new trail, one the leads to a $5000 bounty for Miles Devereaux, a thief of epic proportions….

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MASQUERADE VOL. 1 TRADE PAPERBACK
Plot: ALEX ROSS, PHIL HESTER
Writer: PHIN HESTER
Artist: CARLOS PAUL
Cover: ALEX ROSS
Colorist: DEBORA CARITA

Genre: SUPER-HERO
Rating: TEEN+
The Project Superpowers expansion continues as Dynamite, Alex Ross, Phil Hester and Carlos Paul present the story of Masquerade!

Exploring the origins of the beautiful and mysterious Masquerade, writer Phil Hester opens with young Diana Adams who would grow up, inspired by the heroes of the age, to fight crime in her own unique way! Illustrated by the art-team from Project Superpowers Chapter One – Carlos Paul and Debora Carita – the 4 issue series is overseen by Alex Ross, who also provides the incredible covers to the series, collected here for the very first time.

This trade paperback collection also includes a complete cover gallery featuring the work of Alex Ross, Frank Cho, John Romita Sr., George Tuska and Carlos Paul

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via Dynamite Entertainment

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