Even with the shift in release days this week, Dynamite Enterainment still serves up a sneak peek of Red Sonja #44, Garth Ennis’ Battlefields: The Tankies #2, Garth Ennis’ Battlefields: Dear Billy TPB, and The Death-Defying ‘Devil TPB.

Take the jump for a look.

Writer: Brian Reed
Penciller/Inker: Walter Geovani
Covers: Fabiano Neves, Jackson Herbert and Ron Adrian
Colorist: Vinicius Andrade

Rating: TEEN+
Page Count: 32
The countdown to issue #50 continues as events once again swirl around Red Sonja and her very fate hangs in the balance!

This issue: The adventures of Lucan Martur! We see Lucan, Verona, and their child on the road, questing for the Blood Dynasty. But as his hunt turns sour, he grows more and more desperate to get to the Blood Dynasty before Sonja, and makes a desperate move that continues to reveal his fiendish nature!


Writer: Garth Ennis
Penciller/Inker: Carlos Ezquerra
Cover: John Cassaday
Colorist: Tony Aviña

Rating: MATURE
Page Count: 32
The death ride of the British armoured divisions continues as German resistance intensifies, littering the Normandy countryside with smashed tanks and bloody bodies. Meanwhile, Corporal Stiles and his crew continue their quest to rejoin their unit- assuming there’s a unit left to rejoin. Worse still, mutiny begins to rear its head- at the worst possible time, with hungry Tigers on the prowl…


Writer: Garth Ennis
Penciller/Inker: Peter Snejbjerg
Cover: John Cassaday
Colorist: Rob Steen

Rating: MATURE
Page Count: 80
1942: In the tropical splendour of the South China sea, as the Second World War spreads across the far east, a young woman finds herself in paradise… and then in hell. Nurse Carrie Sutton is caught up in the Japanese invasion of Singapore, suffering horrors beyond her wildest  nightmares – and survives. Now she attempts to start her life anew, buoyed up by a growing friendship with a wounded pilot – only for fate to deliver up the last thing she ever expected. Carrie at last has a chance for revenge… but should she take it? In the midst of a world torn apart by war, you can fight and you can win – but you still might not get the things you truly want.

A tale of romance and tragedy set during the savage conflict between the western allies and the Japanese, written by Garth Ennis (The Boys) and drawn by Peter Snejbjerg (Light Brigade).


Plotter: Alex Ross, Jim Krueger
Scripter: Jim Krueger
Penciller: Edgar Salazar
Cover: Alex Ross
Colorist: Romulo Fajardo Jr.

Rating: TEEN +
Page Count: 136
More exciting PROJECT SUPERPOWERS comics, featuring the greatest heroes of the ages, from ALEX ROSS  and DYNAMITE!

Joining PROJECT SUPERPOWERS mastermind Alex Ross for the four-issue DEATH-DEFYING ‘DEVIL  series are writer Joe Casey and artist Edgar Salazar! Spinning out of the events from PROJECT SUPERPOWERS:
CHAPTER ONE and bridging the gap before the debut of PROJECT SUPERPOWERS: CHAPTER TWO, the
mysterious ‘Devil is put on the case to track down the terrorist organization known as “The Claw.”

Traveling with the equally mysterious Justine, the ‘Devil is also shadowed by a new character that very well may hold the answers to the ‘Devil’s strange existence and new clues to the nature of the Urn which imprisoned all of our heroes! But is the Dragon friend or foe? Also featuring the modern-day return of the Silver Streak and the Ghost – icons from the Golden Age of comics!

All four issues of the acclaimed series are here, along with a complete cover gallery featuring the work of Ross, Salazar, John Cassaday, John Romita Sr., and George Tuska! Also included are character sketches and designs by Alex Ross, a look at Salazar’s artistic process, and the Free Comic Book Day Special, “The Death-Defying ‘Devil vs. the Claw,” by Alex Ross, Jim Krueger, Andy Smith, and Debora Carita!

“Death-Defying ‘Devil moves like lightning. The addition of yet another super-hero pulsating in Fajardo’s haunting hues adds to the story without undermining the ‘Devil. Salazar’s astounding frenzy keeps the pace at breakneck, and the ending surprises.” — Comics Bulletin


via Dynamite Entertainment


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