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Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Buck Rogers #6, The Lone Ranger #19, Project Superpowers: Meet the Bad Guys #4, Queen Sonja #2, and Galactica: 1980 #3.

BUCK ROGERS #6
Writer: SCOTT BEATTY
Penciller CARLOS PAUL
Covers: CARLOS RAFAEL (75%), JOHN WATSON (25%)
Colorist: CARLOS LOPEZ

Genre: SUPER-HERO, SCIFI, ADVENTURE
Rating: TEEN+
The Future is here! From Dynamite, writer Scott Beatty, cover artist John Cassaday and artist Carlos Rafael comes the all-new adventures of Buck Rogers! After the opening events of our first thrilling story arc, the creative team presents a special done-in-one — “The Past is Passed” — as Buck comes to grips with his strange new reality and explores his fantastic new home.

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THE LONE RANGER #19
Writer: BRETT MATTHEWS
Penciller/Inker: SERGIO CARIELLO
Covers: JOHN CASSADAY
Colorist: MARCELO PINTO

Genre: WESTERN, ADVENTURE
Rating: TEEN+
The Lone Ranger and Tonto are being framed for murder! As the pair attempt to prove their innocence, Cavendish is on the move, and he’s bringing a wagon load of guns with him. All this plus the most shocking moment yet on this issue’s last page!
Praise for the recently released LONE RANGER #17: “If you haven’t checked out Dynamite’s take on The Lone Ranger before, this is great starting point. Brett Matthews continues to build a solid interpretation of the world and characters, and Sergio Cariello’s dynamic twist on the Kubert school keeps things rocketing along. I’ve been really enjoying this book since its debut, and I don’t expect to stop any time soon.” (BestShots@Newsarama.com)

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PROJECT SUPERPOWERS: MEET THE BAD GUYS #4 (OF 4)
Writer: ALEX ROSS, JOE CASEY
Penciller/Inker: JACKSON HERBERT
Covers: 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 Jackson (AVENGERS/INVADERS) Herbert! As the heroes return, the villains rise – and the Scarab faces a choice between his life and his future…

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QUEEN SONJA #2
Writer: JOSHUA ORTEGA
Penciller/Inker: MEL RUBI
Covers: MEL RUBI (25%), LUCIO PARILLO (50%), JACKSON HERBERT (25%)
Colorist: VINICIUS ANDRADE

Genre: SWORD AND SORCERY, ADVENTURE, SUPERHERO
Rating: TEEN+
“Know also, O prince, that in the selfsame days that the Cimmerian did stalk the Hyborian Kingdoms, one of the few swords worthy to cross with his was that of Red Sonja, warrior-woman out of majestic Hyrkania. Forced to flee her homeland because she spurned the advances of a king and slew him instead, she rode west across the Turanian steppes and into the shadowed mists of legendry.” — -The Nemedian Chronicles

The story of Sonja’s march to the throne continues as writer Joshua Ortega and artist Mel Rubi weave an incredible tale of intrigue and power in the ancient lands of Hyboria!

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GALACTICA: 1980 #3
Writer: Marc Guggenheim
Penciller/Inker: Cezar Razek
Cover: Lucio Parillo
Colorist: Various

Genre: SCIENCE FICTION
Rating: TEEN+
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 continues here and is 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.

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via Dynamite Entertainment

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Stephen Schleicher

Stephen Schleicher

Stephen Schleicher began his career writing for the Digital Media Online community of sites, including Digital Producer and Creative Mac covering all aspects of the digital content creation industry. He then moved on to consumer technology, and began the Coolness Roundup podcast. A writing fool, Stephen has freelanced for Sci-Fi Channel's Technology Blog, and Gizmodo. Still longing for the good ol' days, Stephen launched Major Spoilers in July 2006, because he is a glutton for punishment.

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