The Fellowship has obtained sneak peeks for comics from Dynamite that will come out this week...
Writer: Cullen Bunn
Artist: Giovanni Timpano
Cover: Jackson Guice
A ruthless cabal of magicians is searching for the secret to the Last Illusion, and they'll stop at nothing to achieve their goals. But the person who knew the most about the mysterious rite is dead, and he shared his secret with one man -- the Shadow! Now, the Shadow faces some of his strangest foes as he engages in a deadly game where he might be the hunter... or the hunted.
Writers: Rachel Hastings, Jeff Drake, Brian Hall
Artists: Steve Theis, Joe Healy, Emiko Sawanobori
Covers: Brittany McCarthy (a), Rudy De La Cruz (b)
In the second issue of the all-new ongoing Bob’s Burgers comic book series, we bring you all new stories, each more delicious than the last: Raised by apes, Jungle Tina swings into the big city and into an explorer’s heart; Gene’s sheer boredom leads to the discovery of a magical world in need of saving; and Louise finds a ride at Wonder Wharf that has a mysterious power besides the power to make kids throw up! It’s Belcher Family Fun from the actual show writers and animators of Bob’s Burgers, the wildly popular animated sitcom that airs on Fox television alongside such hits as The Simpsons and Family Guy!
Writer: Ryan Sohmer
Artist: Lar deSouza, Hawk, Ryan Dunlavey, Ed Ryzowski
Covers: Aurelie Martin & Lar deSouza (a - color), Aurelie Martin & Lar deSouza (b - B/W)
Richard is armed to the teeth, er, shoulders, as our group meets Krunch’s people, The Bloodrage, and oh, what a reunion they have! Some friendly and not-so-friendly relatives show up to mend fences and lop off limbs, and we answer the eternal burning question: do Elves feel pain? (Spoiler: They do).
Writer: Erik Mona
Artist: Leandro Oliveira
Covers: Sebastian Cichon, Leandro Oliveira
The exciting conclusion of Pathfinder: Origins! Ezren the wizard spins a tale of family, betrayal, and revenge set in the dark alleys of Absalom, City at the Center of the World! Teaming up with Lem the halfling bard, Ezren uses his new arcane powers to settle an old score, but he must escape the sins of the past before charting a new destiny with the Pathfinder Society. Sword-and-sorcery thrills from Pathfinder publisher Erik Mona and art from Leandro Oliveira. Contains pull-out poster map and official Pathfinder RPG bonus encounter!
Writer: Warren Ellis
Artist: Colton Worley
Covers: Tula Lotay, Declan Shalvey
The American Spirit has Federal Agent Bart Hill's throat in his hand. Maggie Allen is bleeding from the eyes. Marietta Chesler and Rob Benton are burying a body. Gary Preston is still missing, presumed incinerated. All these people were part of an escape plan, but it's all gone wrong. In the penultimate episode of Blackcross, secrets are told, threats become real, and six haunted people are about to be murdered.
Writer: Victor Gischler
Artist: Roberto Castro
Covers: Alex Ross, Ed Benes, Roberto Castro
In this issue, Red Sonja and Conan are reunited as captains of mercenary companies who team to fight the forces of an evil sorcerer. Little do they realize that a shadow of the past has returned, something of dire peril from their previous adventures together. It’s the Cimmerian and Sonja reunited for more bloody swordplay!
Writer: Leah Moore
Artist: Francesco Manna
Cover: Jay Anacleto
The streets of London are no place for a woman all on her own. They are, however just fine for a woman wielding a Sword. Dejah Thoris is used to London's dirt, and its rain, but she is growing tired of its people. She and Irene Adler must surely band together to find the Banth and get Thoris back to Barsoom, but to do that, one of them would first have to back down...
Writer: Matt Wagner
Artists: Dan Schkade & Brennan Wagner
Covers: Eric Powell
With Central City feeling the vacuum left by The Spirit’s long disappearance, Ebony and Sammy set out to find out what happened to their old friend. Their trail takes them to familiar surroundings and in pursuit of one of the masked vigilante’s most nefarious foes. Meanwhile, both Commissioner Dolan and his daughter Ellen must face obstacles of their own. This all new series celebrates the 75th anniversary of Will Eisner’s iconic character, scripted by Eisner Award-winner Matt Wagner with interior art by the team of Dan Schkade and colorist Brennan Wagner and featuring a cover by Eric Powell.