I’ve already devoured this week’s offering from Dynamite Entertainment, and it’s all pretty good.  This week’s releases include The Boys #43, Patricia Briggs’ Alpha & Omega: Cry Wolf Volume 1 #1, Red Sonja Annual #3, The Lone Ranger #22, Robert Jordan’s The Wheel of Time: The Eye of the World Volume 1 #3, and the Re-Mastered Classic Red Sonja #1.  The company sent along a sneak peek for us to share with you of all of these books.

THE BOYS #43
32 pages FC • $3.99 • Mature Readers
Written by GARTH ENNIS
Art & Cover by DARICK ROBERTSON

The conclusion of “The Innocents” sees Hughie face off with the evil Malchemical in an extremely ill-advised showdown, and Butcher having one of his own with the furious Mother’s Milk. The kids of Superduper get a hint of what they might be missing, as the true face of Vought-American’s supe policy is revealed to them. And the man from Vought has a close encounter of his own…

The countdown to the grand finale of one of the most controversial comics series begins here!

PATRICIA BRIGGS’ ALPHA & OMEGA: CRY WOLF VOL. 1 #1
32 pages • $3.99 • Teen +
Written by PATRICIA BRIGGS w/ DAVID LAWRENCE
Art by JORDAN GUNDERSON
Cover by BRETT BOOTH
black & white chase cover by BRETT BOOTH

Anna never suspected that werewolves exist, till the night she became one herself! A rare Omega wolf, for three long years she’s kept her head down at the bottom of the pack, learning to trust no one. Now, Anna’s caught the eye of a powerful Alpha wolf, who recognizes her true value as a member of the pack.

Cry Wolf is the latest series of supernatural adventure by New York Times best selling fantasy author Patricia Briggs. Set in the same world as her popular Mercy Thompson novels, it’s sure to be a hit with fans old and new!

RED SONJA ANNUAL #3
48 pages • $5.99 • Teen +
Written and cover by DAN BRERETON
Art by DAN BRERETON & ADRIANO BATISTA
virgin art chase cover by DAN BRERETON

A special Red Sonja Annual, written by Dan Brereton – who also paints selected pages of the story and drawn by Adriano Batista!

On her way through a mountain pass to meet a client she’s been hired to guide, Sonja meets the former subjects of a fallen king said to haunt the mountains in the years since losing the war and his life to a savage tribe of mountain trolls. When the young girl she was hired to escort off the mountain is spirited away right before her eyes, Sonja follows, dragging along the town hag. In the crags above the village, she discovers the Hall of the Lonely King, where folk have disappeared to for years, never to return again. Its here she meets the lonesome king, his spectral guard…and the flesh-eating enemies who feast on the King’s kidnapped subjects.

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Signed by writer/artist Dan Brereton

THE LONE RANGER #22
32 pages • $3.50 • Teen +
Written by BRETT MATTHEWS
Art by SERGIO CARIELLO
Cover by JOHN CASSADAY

In this issue, “Resolve” continues and takes a deadly turn as Cavendish tears through the Ranger’s family to strike at the man himself…

ROBERT JORDAN’S THE WHEEL OF TIME: THE EYE OF THE WORLD VOL. 1 #3
32 pages FC • $3.99 • Teen +
Written by ROBERT JORDAN w/ CHUCK DIXON
Art by CHASE CONLEY
Covers by CHASE CONLEY & SEAMAS (1-in-10)

“Winternight” – The mysterious dark rider is momentarily forgotten as the Al’Thor farm is beset by trollocs smelling blood. It is up to Rand to wield his father’s sword in defense of the family. The fresh violence stirs memories of wars past in old Tam and he dreams of the desperate fight at the Dragonwall. The action heats up in this epic graphic re-telling of Robert Jordan’s classic fantasy!

CLASSIC RED SONJA “RE-MASTERED” #1
32 pages FC • $3.99 • Teen +
Written by ROY THOMAS
Art and cover by ESTEBAN MAROTO

Classic Sword and Sorcery action! An all new series reprinting classic Red Sonja tales! First up is an incredible story (“The Ring of Ikribu” from Savage Sword of Conan) by the legendary Roy Thomas, joined by artist Esteban Maroto! Featuring a new cover image by the legendary Frank Brunner! Re-mastered in color for the first time ever!

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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