The fine people at Image Comics sent over sneak peeks of Savage Dragon #154, Sky Pirates of Neo Terra #2, and Tyrese Gibson’s Mayhem #3, all of which arrive in stores on November 4, 2009.

SAVAGE DRAGON #154

story ERIK LARSEN art & cover ERIK LARSEN

32 PAGES, FC, $3.50

“TRANSFORMATIONS”
She-Dragon returns – like you’ve never seen her before. The mystery of Overlord deepens. And Dragon is back – or is he? Strange things have been happening in the city of Chicago and they’re not getting any less strange any time soon. The Dragon War is coming!

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SKY PIRATES OF NEO TERRA #2 (of 5)

story JOSH WAGNER, art & cover CAMILLA D’ERRICO

32 PAGES, FC, $2.99

After his unexpected attack on the Grassland’s village, Wurl reveals that the Light Crystal may hold the key to rescuing Ricket’s father. Stubborn as ever, Billy heads off to find the crystal on his own. Based on the Nintendo DS game, “Sky Pirates of Neo Terra.”

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TYRESE GIBSON’S MAYHEM #3 (of 3)

story TYRESE GIBSON, MIKE LE & WILLIAM WILSON, art & cover TONE RODRIGUEZ

32 PAGES, FC, $2.99

Broken and beaten, Mayhem is back to take out Big X and the Four Corners once and for all. An assault by righteousness on evil, from ground floor to penthouse, which will run Mayhem through the ringer, putting all his skill to the ultimate test! And it is capped off when Mayhem comes face to face with his nemesis, his bane, his father, Big.

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