The Fellowship has obtained sneak peeks of comics from Dynamite that will come out this week...
Writer: Rick Remender
Artist: Jonathan Wayshak, Jordan Boyd (Colorist)
Cover: Jae Lee
Incentive cover: Jae Lee (B/W art), Jae Lee (“virgin art”)
The last humans on Earth face Neanderthal hordes and the bastards who started this whole mess. Can there be a solution? A death. A compromise. A lie. The big twist comes. Check out the thrilling series finale from Rick Remender (Black Science, Deadly Class), self-described as “a heavy dose of high-octane action, character drama, a world of strange reverse mutations, and social commentary – as we follow the last tribe of humans inoculated from the devolution agent as they set out on a desperate journey to try to find a way to re-evolve life on Earth.”
Writer: Frank J. Barbiere
Artist: Francesco Manna
Incentive cover: NEN (B/W art)
Dejah continues her quest into the badlands, searching for secrets from her past, while Helium falls under the control of the mysterious Councilman Valoris. Will Dejah be able to unravel the truth behind her forgotten past before the city of Helium tears itself apart?
Writers: Jim Butcher, Mark Powers
Artist: Carlos Gomez
Cover: Carlos Gomez
Inexplicable bloodshed has erupted in Chicago. Who or what is responsible? While Harry and Thomas struggle with why someone would frame the White Court for the murder of two girls, and "Gentleman" Johnny Marcone learns that one of his men has been assassinated, Karrin Murphy must confront the true source of all this chaos… alone! And while Murphy has always proved resourceful and tough as nails, her opponent is immortal, immensely powerful, and quite insane.
Writer: Corinna Bechko
Artist: Roberto Castro
Covers: Felipe Massafera (a), Roberto Castro (b)
Incentive cover: Roberto Castro (B/W art)
Tensions rise as Tarzan's options run out and he finds himself left with nothing but an impossible choice. Meanwhile, Sheena discovers that London is more like a jungle than she could have imagined. Together they face the fight of their lives, with the fate of both their homes hanging in the balance.
Writers: Michael McDermott, Yale Stewart
Artists: Franco Viglino, Yale Stewart
Covers: Franco Viglino (a), Jerry Gaylord (b)
All Amanda Cuddy wanted from this world was a little bit of love, but when she turns to the Super Virgin Squad for an assist, she gets more than she ever bargained for! What is the secret of Payload #9? Who are The Megalomaniacal War Ponies? Where do the affections of Smalltown High's dreamiest point guard ultimately lie? The answers await in this second issue of the YouTube sensation SMOSH's inaugural foray into comics, along with this month’s “That Damn Neighbor”back-up feature, entitled “The Pool!”
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: David Avallone
Artist: Dave Acosta
Cover: Francesco Francavilla
Incentive cover: Francesco Francavilla (“virgin art”)
What if you discovered your whole life was an elaborate, unbelievable fiction? And what if you found yourself tasked with creating it all over again, from the beginning? In a wondrous land bounded only by imagination, a typewriter can kill just as surely as a gun. The Shadow finds himself with an unwritten future, facing a blank page straight from a mysterious stationary store that we call… the Twilight Zone.