Sneak Peeks: Dynamite Entertainment April 20, 2016

The Fellowship has obtained sneak peeks of comics from Dynamite that will come out this week...

The Twilight Zone: The Shadow #1
Writer: David Avallone
Artist: Dave Acosta
Cover: Francesco Francavilla
Incentive cover: Francesco Francavilla (“virgin art”)

He knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men… but who knows what lurks in the heart of The Shadow? Find out, in the first issue of this mind-blowing four-part storyline entitled “Shadow of a Doubt”, as the Master of Men takes a fateful step into that wondrous land bounded only by imagination: an area which we call… The Twilight Zone.

Grumpy Cat & Pokey #3
Writers: Ben McCool, Elliott Serrano, Royal McGraw
Artist: Steve Uy, Ken Haeser, Mauro Vargas
Covers: Steve Uy (a), Billy Martin (b), Ken Haeser (c)

Grumpy Cat tells Pokey a story of one of her "ancestors", theinfamous Cat With No Smile. It's a tale of the Old West with gun-toting felines, tail-chasing canines, and the biggest catnip heist in American history. Meanwhile, our curmudgeonly kitty takes a road trip with Pokey and Dog... with the intent to sabotage everyone's fun and turn the car around for home! And finally, the cats find a drone hidden in the garage, resulting in an unintended flight and crash landing in the desert. Enjoy more misadventures and mopey expressions from the World's Grumpiest Cat!!

James Bond #6
Writer: Warren Ellis
Artist: Jason Masters
Cover: Dom Reardon

The secret of VARGR is revealed, and it means that Bond has to descend into a nightmare scenario – alone. Just his gun and his skills versus a murderous conspiracy to turn Britain into a testing zone for death drugs. Dynamite Entertainment proudly concludes the debut storyline to the first ongoing James Bond comic book in over 20 years!

Jim Butcher’s The Dresden Files: Wild Card #1
Writer: Jim Butcher, Mark Powers
Artist: Carlos Gomez
Cover: Carlos Gomez

Jim Butcher’s worldwide bestselling Dresden Files saga continues in this original limited series! Set in the aftermath of the novel White Night and comic series Down Town, a bizarre double murder draws the interest of Chicago’s only wizard for hire. But as Harry Dresden begins his investigation, the clues lead to troubling conclusions about the possible perpetrator, and set him on a path that will place him in the middle of a conflict between the city’s three most powerful factions—a conflict that could engulf all of Chicago!

Lords Of The Jungle #2
Writer: Corinna Bechko
Artist: Roberto Castro
Covers: Felipe Massafera (a), Roberto Castro (b)
Incentive cover: Roberto Castro (B/W art)

Displaced in time, lost in an unfamiliar wilderness, and beset by enemies on all sides, Sheena must search for a way home before her own jungle is destroyed. There's only one man who might have the key to her salvation, but Tarzan has problems of his own as he battles for his name and his family in London's underbelly, a place more vicious than Sheena can imagine!

Precinct #5
Writer: Frank J. Barbiere
Artist: Crizam Zamora
Cover: Sergio Dávila
Incentive cover: Sergio Dávila (B/W art)

The explosive finale is here! With the Big City under siege, Mort has to face the one enemy he never expected — Jo! Will the rivalry between them come to a deadly conclusion, or will Mort be able to free her from the clutches of evil? Find out the fate of our heroes in The Precinct #5 from Frank J. Barbiere and Crizam Zamora!

Red Sonja #4
Writer: Marguerite Bennett
Artist: Aneke
Covers: Marguerite Sauvage (a)
Incentive cover: Marguerite Sauvage (B/W art)

Hunted by the elite assassins of her own King, Sonja is forced to hide – even among her ex-lovers! With the aid of those from her past, she must rally a rebellion against the new despot, ending his dreams of conquest. Sonja plots a desperate gambit of her own as Hyrkania teeters on the brink of civil war!

Shaft: Imitation Of Life #3
Writer: David F. Walker
Artist: Dietrich Smith
Cover: Matthew Clarke

Working as a consultant on a film proves to be more difficult that Shaft had expected. Not to mention more dangerous. Things take a potentially deadly turn when the police bring Shaft in for questioning on an unrelated case.