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Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Blackbeard #3, The Legendary Talespinners #1, The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly #8, and Project Superpowers: Chapter Two #7.

BLACKBEARD #3
Written by ROBERT PLACE NAPTON & JAMIE NASH
Story by GREGG HALE & EDUARDO SANCHEZ
Art by MARIO GUEVERA
Cover by LUCIO PARRILLO

32 pages
A turning point in the life and career of the world’s most famous pyrate takes place is issue #3 of Dynamite’s ambitious Blackbeard comic book series! Join our incredible creative team as Teach meets Black Ceasar under command of his own ship for the very first time!

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THE LEGENDARY TALESPINNERS #1
Written by JAMES KUHORIC
Art by GRANT BOND
Main cover by NICK BRADSHAW (75%)
Variant cover by GRANT BOND (25%)

Signed retailer incentive edition (1-in-10) by James Kuhoric
32 pages
If you enjoy “Fables”, “Stuff of Legend” and other great new stories, you will enjoy Tales of the Legendary Talespinners!

From the dawn of creation there have been storytellers spinning timeless fables and folktales.  Call them historians, poets, philosophers, or charlatans, it was their fanciful re-tellings of the age of wonder that kept children enwrapped in fantasy and immersed in imagination.  But over the last two centuries something dark has been devouring the storytellers and even the stories themselves, leaving children with dulled imaginations and no will to believe in giant killers or wicked witches.

Abby was one of those children and is now a young woman who still lives only in the concrete reality of her professional ambitions.  Raised by a mother who had no time for “childish pursuits,” she grew up too fast and locked her fertile imagination away forever.  But Abby’s orderly world comes crashing down upon her when a crazy old man who believes himself to be the real Baron Munchausen leads her into a festering fantasy world facing villainous henchmen, zombified fairytale creatures, and the most unlikely wickedest witch of them all.

Dynamite Entertainment proudly presents an event that reshapes how we look at fables and the imagination!  Written by James Kuhoric (Dead Irons/Freddy vs Jason vs Ash), illustrated by Grant Bond (Igor/Trick R Treat), and art directed by Nick Bradshaw (Danger Girl/Army of Darkness).

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THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY #8
Written by CHUCK DIXON
Art by ESTEVE POLLS
Cover by DENNIS CALERO

32 pages
Part two (of two) of “THE GOLD IS MINE, THE GRAVE IS YOURS” by Chuck Dixon and Esteve Polls! The thrilling adventures come to a smashing conclusion… for now!

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Queen Sonja #4
Covers: Mel Rubi (25%), Lucio Parrillo (50%), Jackson Herbert (25%)
Writer: Joshua Ortega
Penciller/Inker: Mel Rubi
Colorist: Vinicius Andrade

Red Sonja lives, all hail Red Sonja! The stunning debut of the all-new Queen Sonja series continues from writer Joshua Ortega and returning Red Sonja artist Mel Rubi. In this issue, the reluctant Queen has decided to embrace her fate and battle the evil empire at her doorstep. But, as intrigue abounds, has she come to her fighting stance too late?

Queen Sonja craves adventures and she’s found it in writer Arvid Nelson’s thrilling “Red Queen” story arc! Throw in the beautiful art of artist Jackson Herbert and you’ll see just why Queen Sonja is the best fantasy book on the racks!

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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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