Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of The Bionic Man, Dark Shadows, Dejah Thoris and the White Apes of Mars, Lord of the Jungle, Witchblade/Red Sonja, Nowhere Man, and more.

THE BIONIC MAN #11
32 pages FC •  $3.99  • Teen +
Written by PHIL HESTER
Art by ED TADEO
Covers by ALEX ROSS (main), JONATHAN LAU (1:10)
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After his epic battle with Hull, Steve Austin returns to his family’s farm to reconnect with his loved ones. How can he break the news of his bionic transformation to his family who believed him dead, especially when that information may cost him the life of his father? Also, just who or what is stalking Steve from the outskirts of the farm?

DARK SHADOWS #6
32 pages FC •  $3.99  • Teen +
Written by MIKE RAICHT  
Art by GUIU VILANOVA
Cover by FRANCESCO FRANCAVILLA
The arrival of a stranger in the town of Collinsport leaves Barnabas Collins facing exposure, forcing him to take drastic action. What is contained in the new arrival’s luggage that can see into the souls of innocent men, and how much longer can Barnabas keep his vampire nature a secret?

DEJAH THORIS AND THE WHITE APES OF MARS #4
32 pages FC  • $3.99  •  Mature
Written by MARK RAHNER  •  Art by LUI ANTONIO
Covers by SEAN CHEN (main), ALÉ GARZA (1:10)
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• SEAN CHEN “Risqué art” cover retailer incentive
• ALÉ GARZA “Risqué art” cover retailer incentive
The harrowing horror epic’s explosive conclusion! The princess has seen her crew and best friends killed and eaten by the white apes that infest a dead Martian city. She’s run, hidden and tried to fight the apes. Now she’s out of options – with Carthoris and a ship full of children about to arrive. Who will survive to learn the secret behind the legendary Face of Mars?

LORD OF THE JUNGLE #6
32 pages FC  • $3.99  •  Mature
Written by ARVID NELSON  
Art by ROBERTO CASTRO
Covers by LUCIO PARRILLO (50%), PAUL RENAUD (50%),
FRANCESCO FRANCAVILLA (1:10)
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Cannibalistic man-apes… pirates… gigantic crocodiles… horny gorillas… Tarzan and Jane Porter have survived a lot! But they will face their most devious adversary yet – not in the jungle, but on the mean streets of Baltimore. Jane has attracted the unwanted attention of a notorious gangster, who wants to marry her so he will appear “respectable”. Normally Jane would tell him to take a hike, but her father is deeply in the gangster’s debt! Tarzan travels halfway around the world to save her, but his savage instincts threaten to rip him and Jane apart forever. Don’t miss Lord of the Jungle #6: The Light of Civilization, the thrilling conclusion to the lord of Greystoke’s first adventure!

WITCHBLADE / RED SONJA #5 (of 5)
32 pages FC •  $3.99  • Teen +
Written by DOUG WAGNER  
Art by CEZAR RAZEK
Cover by ALÉ GARZA
The tide has turned as Red Sonja now hunts the dark angel Ragniel. Filled with a savage bloodlust, Sonja won’t rest until the monstrosity carrying her father’s soul is destroyed and Ragniel has paid for his transgressions. In modern-day New York City, Sara Pezzini has found Sonja’s mythical Hyrkanian sword and rushes to save her daughter. Hell hath no fury! Join Dynamite Entertainment and Top Cow Productions for the thrilling conclusion of Witchblade/Red Sonja. Blood, guns, swords, and a chainmail bikini are guaranteed.

NOWHERE MAN #4 (of 4)
32 pages FC •  $3.99  • Teen +
Written by MARC GUGGENHEIM
Art and cover by JEEVAN J. KANG
500 Years in the future, every thought you have is monitored by a central apparatus called the Omnimind. Now one man (Mason) whose thoughts are off the grid, who was engineered for the singular purpose of bringing down the Omnimind comes face to face with his destiny. In doing so, Mason realizes the Omnimind is not just a machine and the consequences of bringing it down may be more devastating than his lifetime’s worth of training could possibly have prepared him for.

KEVIN SMITH – THE BIONIC MAN VOL. 1: SOME ASSEMBLY REQUIRED TP
264 pages FC  • $29.99  •  Teen +  •  (C:0-1-2)
Written by KEVIN SMITH w/ PHIL HESTER  
Art by JONATHAN LAU
Cover by ALEX ROSS
Steve Austin. A man barely alive. We can rebuild him. We have the technology. We have the capability to make the world’s first bionic man. Steve Austin will be that man. Better than he was before.
Better… stronger… faster.
Those immortal words signaled the beginning of every television episode of “The Six Million Dollar Man,” and served as the inspiration for groundbreaking filmmaker Kevin Smith to bring the classic character into the twenty-first century with a bold new take on the story of Steve Austin… The Bionic Man. Joined by “The Green Hornet” team of Phil Hester and Jonathan Lau, Smith plunges our hero into a dangerous world of espionage and high adventure where enemies wait at every turn, including the deadly and maniacal Hull, built from the ground up to be more than a match for The Bionic Man!
COLLECTION FEATURES:
• Issues 1-10 of the hit series by Kevin Smith, Phil Hester and Jonathan Lau
• a complete cover gallery by Alex Ross, Paul Renaud, Jonathan Lau Stephen Segovia & More!
• Sketches and designs by Alex Ross!

via Dynamite Entertainment

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