Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores this week.  Take the jump for a look at The Bionic Man #3, The Boys: Butcher, Baker, Candlestickmaker #4, Warlord of Mars #11, Queen Sonja #22, and Zorro Rides Again #4.

THE BIONIC  MAN #3
32 pages FC  • $3.99  •  Teen +
Written by KEVIN SMITH w/ PHIL HESTER
Art by JONATHAN LAU
Cover by ALEX ROSS (main), JONATHAN LAU (1-in-10)
“Negative Effect Art” Retailer Incentive cover by ALEX ROSS
“Black & White” Retailer Incentive cover by JONATHAN LAU
“Sketch Art” Retailer Incentive cover by ALEX ROSS
Colonel Steve Austin’s body is ruined, his spirit broken, the prospect of a future as a barely human cyborg haunting him as he hovers between life and death. Meanwhile, the demented cyborg Hull launches the first strike in his fanatical war against humanity! From the team that brought you Kevin Smith’s Green Hornet.

THE BOYS: BUTCHER, BAKER, CANDLESTICKMAKER #4 (of 6)
32 pages FC  • $3.99  •  Mature
Written by GARTH ENNIS  
Art and cover by DARICK ROBERTSON
The greatest two years of Billy Butcher’s life give us a glimpse of what might have been, as he and Becky set up home in Margaret Thatcher’s 80s Britain. But a family tragedy heralds worse to come, and horribly- inexorably- the gates of hell swing open.

WARLORD OF MARS #11
32 pages FC  • $3.99  •  Mature
Written by ARVID NELSON  
Art by STEPHEN SADOWSKI
Covers by JOE JUSKO (50%), STEPHEN SADOWSKI (50%), LUCIO PARRILLO (1-in-15)
“Risqué Art” Retailer incentive cover by ALÉ GARZA
Dejah Thoris is left to fend for herself while her son, Carthoris, travels to the Atmosphere Factory to clear his father’s name. Carthoris is going to need all the help he can get just to survive the trip – fortunately, he’ll have Tars Tarkas, mightiest warrior of the green Martian tribes, at his side. Who knows what mysteries await their arrival? Dejah continues her own investigation into the murder of the Caretaker while they’re away. She might not like what she finds… conspiracies, corpses and secret, oh my! It’s Warlord of Mars #11: A Thark’s Intuition, Heretic of Mars Part 2 of 3!

QUEEN SONJA #22­
32 pages FC  • $3.99  •  Teen +
Written by LUKE LIEBERMAN  
Art by FRITZ CASAS
Covers by LUCIO PARRILLO (50%), JONATHAN LAU (50%)
Sonja’s clever campaign against Emora enters a new phase, as her best laid plans come to fruition. Just as the sons of the empire are at each others throats, Emperor Antonious asserts his power.  Meanwhile Sonja learns that to overthrow an empire you need a little help from your friends.

ZORRO RIDES AGAIN #4 (of 12)
32 pages FC  • $3.99  •  Teen +
Written by MATT WAGNER  
Art by ESTEVE POLLS
Cover by MATT WAGNER
Matt Wagner (MAGE, GRENDEL) continues the finale of his epic story of Zorro! How will Don Diego’s personal life affect Zorro’s continuing crusade against the alcalde of Los Angeles, Luis Quintero? Find out in ZORRO RIDES AGAIN #4!

SHERLOCK HOLMES: YEAR ONE TRADE PAPERBACK
160 pages FC  • $19.99  •  Teen +  • (C:0-1-2)
Written by SCOTT BEATTY  
Art by DANIEL INDRO
Cover by FRANCESCO FRANCAVILLA
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s dauntless detective returns in an all-new series of adventures exploring the sleuth’s untold origins! Join Dr. John Watson as he meets young Sherlock Holmes in a fateful encounter that will forever shape both men’s destinies! Mysteries and murders most foul abound as we discover clues that reveal just how Holmes became the world’s most famous detective. Collects the 6-issue series in one volume and features a complete cover gallery.

via Dynamite Entertainment

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