Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores this week. Take the jump for an early look at Sherlock Holmes: The Liverpool Demon, Red Sonja: Atlantis Rising #4, Garth Ennis’ Battlefields: The Greed Fields Beyond, Peter Cannon: Thunderbolt #4, and more.
Dynamite Entertainment has announced that the final Battlefields series by Garth Ennis is arriving in November, right around the same time the final issues of The Boys hits stores.
Dynamite Entertainment Sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of comics arriving in stores this week. Take the jump for a look at Battlefields #9: Motherland Part Three, Robocop #6, Ani-Max #1 One-Shot, and Bullet to the Head #3.
Acclaimed writer Garth Ennis and fan-favorite character Sergeant Stiles are back in March 2010 for another run on “Battlefields”! This time, Stiles is taking the helm of a Firefly in “The Firefly and His Majesty.” In this sequel to the critically acclaimed “The Tankies” storyline, it’s 1945 and Stiles has been promoted from Corporal to Sergeant. With his Firefly, a British version of the Sherman Tank, and a high-velocity gun, Sherman is set to tear apart any German Tiger tanks in his own way – but this time, the Germans have an ace up their sleeveâ€¦the fearsome King Tiger tank!
Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Garth Ennis and PJ Holden’s Battlefields #3: Happy Valley Part Three that arrives in stores this week.
Battlefields #2 and Project Superpowers: Chapter Two #6 both arrive in stores this week from Dynamite Entertainment.Â The company sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek, and we’re more than happy to share it after the jump.
Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Battlefields: Happy Valley #1, The Black Terror #6, The Complete Dracula #5, and Zorro #18.Â All arrive in stores this week (December 23, 2009).
Wizard World Philly is going on this weekend, and here’s a rundown of the announcements Dynamite Entertainment made at the show today.
Garth Ennisâ€™ Battlefields is not your typical comic book series.Â Itâ€™s not a glorification of war or violence, and it certainly isnâ€™t meant to depict that time period as the Good Olâ€™ Days.Â Instead, Battlefields: Dear Billy #3 demonstrates the impact war has on the individual and how they deal with it.
War is hell
Regardless of the heroic tales one hears from those that fought in World War II, the horrors of war are probably greater than anything youâ€™ve seen on the screen, or read in a book.Â Garth Ennis continues his Battlefields series with Dynamite Entertainment’s Battlefields: Dear Billy, that follows a nurse fighting her own battle against the enemy.
Dynamite and Ennis appear to have a hit on their hands with Battlefields: The Night Witches, and the company has announced the second series to fall under the Battlefields banner will be Dear Billy.
“As with our opening seriesÂ -THE NIGHT WITCHES – I’m honored to be a part of this continued Battlefields series,” stated Dynamite Associate Editor Joe Rybandt in a prepared statement. “We work with some of the greatest talents out there and not only do we get The Boys month-in and month-out from Garth (and Darick and co.), but to get such strong, connective work from him within a genre he knows and loves is truly the definition of job satisfaction.”
Take the jump for a look at the cover by John Casaday and the first issue solicitation information.
Arriving in stores this week are two titles from Dynamite Entertainment. Take the jump for a sneak peek at Gath Ennis’ Battlefields: The Night of Witches #2, and Man with No Name #5.