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Image Comics has declared that June 29, 2016 will be Millar Day to celebrate the release of Jupiter’s Legacy Vol. 2 #1 from Mark Millar and Frank Quitely. To help celebrate the day, the publisher plans a number of variant covers for the issue, and we have your first look today!

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Dynamite EntertainmentSneak Peek

Devolution #2 by Rick Remender, Jonathan Wayshak, and Jordan Boyd is just waiting for you to take the jump so you can see the sneak peek of the issue that arrives in stores tomorrow!

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Dynamite EntertainmentSneak Peek

Masks II #8 arrives in stores this week, and Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek!

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Superman, Clark Kent, Jonathan Kent, Martha Kent, Smallville, flying, Max Landis, Nick Dragotta, American Alien, Jock, Francis Manapul, Jae Lee
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These days, the Man of Steel has really been struggling in the comics. How can a person as powerful as Superman actually be someone we can relate with? And he’s so moral that we just know what he’ll do next because he always makes the correct choice! How can someone like that be at all interesting? At least, that’s how the reasoning goes. Well, the first part of this miniseries really made me feel for Clark Kent. I figure you’ll have the same reaction if you give this issue a chance!

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DC Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the upcoming Max Landis series, Superman: American Alien.

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DC Comics has revealed two new variant retailer covers for the much talked about Dark Knight III: The Master Race by Frank Miller.

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Dynamite EntertainmentSneak Peek

Take the jump for this early look at Masks 2 #6 from Dynamite Entertainment.

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Cullen BunnDynamite EntertainmentSneak Peek

Check out this sneak peek of Masks 2 #5 from Dynamite Entertainment, Cullen Bunn and Eman Casallos.

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Army of DarknessDynamite EntertainmentPress ReleaseSolicitationsVampirella

Press Release Dynamite Entertainment is proud to announce the July release of Vampirella / Army of Darkness #1, the first issue in a four-issue miniseries that sets Ash Williams, the hard-luck hero of the Army of Darkness franchise, against the classic horror hostess-turned-heroine Vampirella, for the first time in comic history. Written by Mark Rahner and featuring artwork by Jethro Morales, the first issue will be offered with multiple collectible covers by industry heavyweights Tim Seeley and Jae Lee, plus a “Cute” variant by Tony Fleecs exclusively available to subscription customers.

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