The Fellowship has obtained sneak peeks of comics from Dynamite that will come out this week...
Writer: Ande Parks
Artist: Esteve Polls
Cover: Francesco Francavilla
San Francisco, 1953. FBI Agent Thomas Jennings has just arrived in the city, fresh-faced and ready to tackle crime in the big city… he thinks. In fact, Jennings is not nearly prepared for what he's about to encounter. The city's crime lords are being systematically murdered, and the killers waiting to fill the void are the pure stuff of Jennings' nightmares. Jennings will be forced to question every belief he holds dear to protect his wife and unborn child from the madness. Gritty, sometimes depraved crime fiction in the tradition of James Elroy, Jim Thompson and EC-era crime and horror comics, from writer of Capote in Kansas and Cuidad, the team that brought you The Death of Zorro and The Lone Ranger!
Writer: Corinna Bechko
Artist: Javier García-Miranda
Cover: Gabriel Hardman
Incentive cover: Gabriel Hardman (B/W art)
The action intensifies as Vampirella discovers an unlikely ally, but is it already too late to save the human Martian colony? With a supply ship ready to dock and the alien threat growing, Vampirella fears that even the Earth is in danger.
Writers: Jeff Drake, Mark Von der Heide, Ben Dickerson
Artists: Frank Forte, Tom Connor, Kimball Shirley, Alexandra Gallant
Covers: Brittany McCarthy (a), Paul Claerhout (b)
“Order up!” Bob’s Burgers Ongoing Comic Book is ready to serve you more sizzling stories in Issue #6! Louise’s suspicions lead her on a quest for pests; Captain Gene-o’s voyage continues in the clouds; and Tina tells a tale of two star-crossed lovers in Tineo & Jimmy Juliet. Bob’s Burgers is an animated sitcom that airs on Fox television with other hits such as The Simpsons and Family Guy!
Writer: Ian Parker, Kevin Eastman, Rik Hoskin
Artist: Renato Rei
Cover: Renato Rei
School kid Ryder Stone’s life is turned upside down when he’s caught in the middle of a fight between two super-powered opponents, both of whom want Ryder’s secret power--a power he doesn’t know he has! Can Ryder unlock the hero from within before it’s too late?
Writer: Chris Roberson
Artist: Cezar Razek
Cover: Wilfredo Torres
Subscription cover: Marc Laming
Incentive cover: Wilfredo Torres (B/W art), Marc Laming (B/W art)
While responding to a devastating earthquake in South America, Doc Savage and company discover that not only was the disaster far from natural, but that it seems to be linked to a menace that Doc faced many years before. As he begins to investigate, Doc discovers that a number of closed cases that he had considered to be isolated threats were in fact part of a larger web that he never suspected before now.
Writer: Warren Ellis
Artist: Jason Masters
Covers: Dom Reardon
Incentive covers: Francesco Francavilla, Gabriel Hardman, Dan Panosian
James Bond is in Berlin, alone, unarmed and with no idea of the forces ranged in secret against him. If he can make it to the Embassy, he might survive for a few hours more. But he's getting into that car with that woman, which means he has only minutes to live...
Writer: Garth Ennis
Artist: Mark Dos Santos
Covers: Russ Braun
Incentive cover: Russ Braun (B/W art)
Call-me-Dave meets his all-time hero, a he-man action star who may not quite be all he seems. Marv and Penny sit down for a particularly fateful brunch, while Myles tells Valerie how he ended up in the employ of the dastardly Mister Monsta. Meanwhile, Jev's new girlfriend turns out to be just a little too good to be true... Part three of A Train Called Love, by Garth Ennis and Mark Dos Santos.