The Fellowship has obtained sneak peeks of comics from Dynamite that will come out this week...
Writer: Waco O'Guin, Roger Black
Artist: Timothy Hopkins
Cover: Jeffrey Rebner
Incentive cover: Jeffrey Rebner (B/W art)
ArMOOgeddon”, written by co-creators Waco O'Guin and Roger Black, takes place in the distant future. We join Steve Williams, the only Brickleberry park ranger who managed to escape death at the hands of the Alien Cow Invasion. Future Steve, as he now calls himself, was captured, but escaped and has joined forces with a small group of human rebels in an underground hidden base. With the help Dr. Kuzniak, Future Steve must travel back in time to the year 2015 and kill head ranger Woody Johnson, whose actions led to the Invasion and the destruction of all humanity.
Brickleberry had a successful three season run on cable television, popular among males 18-24, and averaging 1.6 million viewers per episode. Brickleberry's loyal fanbase still thrives on social media and they are hungry for the continuing adventures from Brickleberry National Park!
Writer: Joe Casey
Artists: Nathan Fox, Farel Dalrymple, Nick Dragotta, Ulises Farinas, Michel Fiffe, Jim Mahfood, Benjamin Marra, Dan McDaid, Grant Morrison, Jim Rugg, Connor Willumsen
Cover: Nathan Fox
The valiant Captain Victory falls in battle... but death is only the beginning! His superiors long ago enacted a contingency plan: maintain clone bodies, that -- with a memory download -- can be sent into space to die again and again. Only this time, two copies were created, their memory downloads incomplete and bodies ejected into far-flung time and space. Can a teenage, amnesiac Victory survive the dangers of 1970s New York City? Can a scarred, hulking Victory survive a hazardous alien landscape millions of light-years away? Born from the fertile imagination of comic book legend Jack Kirby, Captain Victory bounds into cosmic adventure anew courtesy of writer Joe Casey (Sex, Uncanny X-Men) and artist Nathan Fox (Blue Estate, Haunt)!
This boldly experimental volume collects the complete six issues of Casey’s critically acclaimed, star-studded reimagining, plus sixteen pages of never-before-seen bonus material and an all-new introduction by the writer, Joe Casey.
Writer: Jim Butcher, Mark Powers
Artist: Carlos Gomez
Cover: Carlos Gomez
The major factions of Chicago—the police, the White Court of Vampires, and “Gentleman” Johnny Marcone’s underworld network—are officially at war! At the heart of the conflict is the malevolent, psychotic Puck. Why he’s turned these forces against each other is a mystery. A bigger one is how Harry is going to track him down and defeat him while his city is engulfed in violence. Seeking the help of an even more powerful entity may be his only choice…
Writer: Corinna Bechko
Artist: Roberto Castro
Covers: Felipe Massafera (a), Roberto Castro (b)
Incentive cover: Roberto Castro (B/W art)
With the scope of the plot behind Jane's kidnapping laid bare, Tarzan and Sheena are faced with something even more sinister: the possibility that no timeline is safe from the depredations of an apocalyptic cult! But with few resources and even fewer friends, can they wrest their fates and the future of their homes from the hands of Laine and her power mad cronies?
Writer: Garth Ennis
Artist: Craig Cermak
Cover: Dan Panosian
One year after the catastrophic events that ended the first series, Red Team survivors Eddie Mellinger and Trudy Giroux are in the doldrums. Considered a political liability, the two are kept busy on small-time cases by their suspicious NYPD commanders... but a chance encounter in the ghetto gives them a chance to get back in the game. Trouble is, it means going far beyond the law… which is what almost got them killed last time around.
Writer: McDermott, Yale Stewart
Artist: Franco Viglino, Yale Stewart
Covers: Franco Viglino (a), Jerry Gaylord (b)
Summer is here! The Super Virgin Squad actively seek to swell their ranks as the team is confronted with their greatest challenge to date. A rival group of super powered, antagonistic teens is wreaking havoc in Smalltown, USA, and only the SVS can restore law and order to their beloved streets. Can they turn their ragtag group of new recruits into the heroes they need to be in time to save their community? When a shocking revelation shakes the entire team and their core values to their very foundation, will there even be a Super Virgin Squad left for them to join? Tune in true believers… same SMOSH time, same SMOSH comic!
With over 9 billion views and 38 million combined subscribers on YouTube, and 31 million social followers, SMOSH has one of the strongest digital footprints of any media brand in existence today. Based on the strength of this audience, SMOSH has also seen multiple chart-topping musical endeavors, record-setting channel spin-offs and top-selling mobile and gaming apps, with more than two million downloads to date. And, in Summer 2015, the brand released its first feature length film SMOSH: The Movie which debuted at #1 on the iTunes comedy chart.
Writer: Genevieve Valentine
Artist: Ariel Medel, Julius Gopez
Cover: Jenny Frison
Incentive cover: Jenny Frison (“virgin art”)
With half the Harpies taken hostage and on their way to Rome as war prizes, Xena and Gabrielle set off on a desperate rescue mission. The Harpies are ready for battle, and even Ares has joined the fray, but with Rome hungry for victory at any cost, they might already be too late. It's battle on two fronts… and when Gabrielle faces a terrible choice, will she risk losing Xena to save the world?