Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of The Boys: Highland Laddie #6, The Green Hornet: Golden Age Re-Mastered #7, Kevin Smith’s Kato #7, Kato Origins #6: The Hellfire Club, Red Sonja #54, Jim Butcher’s The Dresden Files: Storm Front volume 2, and the art of Red Sonja Hardcover.

THE BOYS: HIGHLAND LADDIE #6 (of 6)
32 pages FC  •  $3.99  • Mature
Written by GARTH ENNIS
Art by JOHN McCREA
Cover by DARICK ROBERTSON

Our hero’s visit home turns violent, and everyone loses something- Hughie a friend, Tupper his sense of humor, and Big Bobby something even more vital. Hughie finally comes to terms with his home and his past, but not before one last secret is revealed: his own.

THE GREEN HORNET: GOLDEN AGE RE-MASTERED #7
40 pages FC  •  $3.99  • All Ages
Based on the stories by FRAN STRIKER
Art by BERT WHITMAN ASSOCIATES
Cover by JOE RUBINSTEIN

Whether you are a recent or long-time Green Hornet fan, this series of classic Green Hornet reprints will be enjoyed by fans of all ages!  Featuring stories written by Fran Striker, these 40 page issues are re-mastered for the first time!  Featuring a new cover by artist, Joe Rubinstein!

KEVIN SMITH’S KATO #7
32 pages FC  •  $3.99  • Teen +
Written by ANDE PARKS  • Art by DIEGO BERNARD
Covers by ALÉ GARZA (main) & CARLOS RAFAEL (1-in-10)
“Black, White & Green” retailer incentive cover by ALÉ GARZA

As the new Kato readies herself for her upcoming battle with the Black Hornet, new foes loom on the horizon.  After taking out his league of teen ninja assassins, Kato finds herself the target of Takeshi.  This issue also introduces a major new character into Kato’s world… one that will play a pivotal role in the months to come.  Also, the original Kato arrives in the US.  Can the two Kato’s – father and daughter – get along well enough to prepare for their showdown with Black Hornet?  This issue ties into the Kevin Smith Green Hornet series!

KATO ORIGINS #6: THE HELLFIRE CLUB
32 pages FC  •  $3.99  • Teen +
Written by JAI NITZ  • Art by COLTON WORLEY
Cover by COLTON WORLEY (main) & FRANCESCO FRANCAVILLA (1-in-10)

From the pages of GREEN HORNET: YEAR ONE comes the solo adventures of KATO!  In this stand-alone issue, Kato comes face to face with honor among thieves in the Chicago underworld.  The Green Hornet is seen as a master criminal to the general population and crooks alike.  Who do the criminals turn to when they become the victim of a crime?  Kato finds out in a tale of Chicago jazz and drugs.  Perfect jumping on point for new readers!

RED SONJA #54
32 pages FC  •  $3.99  • Teen +
Written by ERIC TRAUTMAN  • Art by WALTER GEOVANI
Covers by PAUL RENAUD (50%) & WALTER GEOVANI (50%)

For centuries, Persemhia — a tiny border kingdom of Shem — has faced down enemies from Koth, Argos, and Stygia. But the arrival of Red Sonja and her band of mercenaries has called down the combined might of all those opponents, under the command of the deadly General Cavvalus. To defeat Cavvalus and his mighty legions, Sonja may be forced to do the unthinkable: surrender.

JIM BUTCHER’S THE DRESDEN FILES: STORM FRONT VOL. 2 HARD COVER
128 pages FC  •  $24.99  • Teen +
Written by JIM BUTCHER & MARC POWERS  • Art by ARDIAN SYAF & BRETT BOOTH

Harry Dresden is a wizard, the only one in the Chicago phone book. He uses his arcane powers to investigate the supernatural, often assisting the Special Investi-gations Unit of the Chicago P.D. with cases that are beyond their comprehension.

But Harry must use his powers carefully. Because of a dark incident in his past, he is kept under close watch by the ruling body of wizards known as the White Council. Any violation of the Seven Laws of Magic will cost him dearly—perhaps even his life.

Now Harry’s latest investigation has pushed him to the precipice. He’s up against mysterious murders by magic that some believe only he could have committed—even Harry’s best friend doubts his innocence—and a gangland boss who wants Harry to stay out of the way. From all fronts, storm clouds are gathering around a beleaguered Harry Dresden.

Maelstrom continues the adaptation of Storm Front, the first book in Jim Butcher’s New York Times bestselling series. This stunningly illustrated story will thrill old fans and win new ones, with eye-catching artwork by the amazing Ardian Syaf and a riveting story of paranormal adventure.

“The full-color artwork expertly conveys the mood and is just a treat to look at. It’s pure fantasy candy, popcorn fare for the drama-weary soul.” – Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

THE ART OF RED SONJA HARD COVER
216 pages FC  •  $29.99  • Teen +
Written by CHRIS LAWRENCE  • Art by ALEX ROSS, MICHAEL TURNER, FRANK CHO, JIM LEE, GEORGE PÉREZ & MORE
Cover by MARC SILVESTRI

“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

Dynamite Entertainment has created this very special hardcover featuring the heroine Red Sonja and a selection of the exceptional artists who have depicted the She-Devil with a sword!
Featuring illustrations and unseen sketches from: Alex Ross, Michael Turner, Frank Cho, Jim Lee, Steve Mcniven, George Pérez, John Cassaday, Michael Turner, JG Jones, Mel Rubi, Neal Adams and so many others!

via Dynamite Entertainment

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