Dynamite Entertainment has several books arriving in stores this week, including Green Hornet Strikes #2, Kevin Smith’s Kat0 #3, and more.  The company sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of all the titles arriving this week for you to look at.

THE GREEN HORNET STRIKES! #2
32 pages FC • $3.99 • Teen +
Written by BRETT MATTHEWS
Art by ARIEL PADILLA
Cover by JOHN CASSADAY

“Black, White & Green” retailer incentive cover by JOHN CASSADAY
“Negative Art” retailer incentive cover by JOHN CASSADAY
Senses are shattering and pulses pounding as generations new and old experience this ultimate tale. THE GREEN HORNET STRIKES! Features the writing of acclaimed Lone Ranger scribe Brett Matthews, cover artist John Cassaday and interior artist Ariel Padilla! Issue #2 continues the excitement begun in our debut as this new Hornet makes his way through the underworld of Chicago and the tangled world above! Ask your local retailer for the incredible line-up of incentive covers to complete your collection!

KEVIN SMITH’S KATO #3
32 pages FC • $3.99 • Teen +
Written by ANDE PARKS
Art by ÅLE GARZA
Covers by JOE BENITEZ, ALÉ GARZA (1-in-10) & JOHNNY DESJARDINS (1-in-25)
“Black, White & Green” retailer incentive cover by ALÉ GARZA
“Black, White & Green” retailer incentive cover by JOE BENITEZ

The prelude to the smash series from Kevin Smith and Dynamite continues as the story before their appearance in the pages of KEVIN SMITH’S GREEN HORNET is finally told! At the hands of the Black Hornet, Kato is faced with an unimaginable loss! Will he find the strength to survive? Featuring another
awesome line-up of covers from Benitez, Garza and Johnny D!

STARGATE: VALA MAL DORAN #2
32 pages FC • $3.99 • Teen +
Written by BRANDON JERWA
Art by CEZAR RAZEK
Cover by BRETT BOOTH

Dynamite’s premiere trip through the Stargate continues!

Vala’s in over her head, but what else is new? This thrilling new Stargate series features Vala in the starring role as she attempts and extremely complicated heist! Will she be able to pull it off? Read on and find out…

ARMY OF DARKNESS: LEAGUE OF LIGHT, ASSEMBLE!
240 pages FC • $24.99 • Teen +
Written by MIKE RAICHT, ELLIOTT SERRANO
Art by SCOTT COHN, PABLO MARCOS, DAVE SIMONS
Cover by SCOTT COHN

An epic story collected here for the very first time! This is the story of the League of Light, an ambitious closing story arc to the Army of Darkness comic book series! Featuring issues 18-27 of the Army of Darkness comic book series in one volume, written by Mike Raicht and illustrated by Scott Cohn (and featuring art by Dave Simons and Pablo Marcos and a special issue written by Elliott Serrano)!

This is the story of Ash at his worst, literally, as he is possessed by the Hell’s Prophet and his assembled “super-team” must choose between saving their leader… or killing him and ending the curse once and for all! Also includes a complete cover gallery!

via Dynamite Entertainment

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1 Comment

  1. Damascus
    August 26, 2010 at 12:15 am — Reply

    On the cover of Kato #3, why are her nipples way up on the very top of her breasts? That just looks weird. I think I couldn’t care less about Green Hornet, even though I have a couple of the really old issues kicking around somewhere, but the writing on Kato is pretty good from what the teaser allows. The art, I’m not so big on but it was easy to follow and wasn’t bad, just not great.

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