The Fellowship has obtained sneak peeks of comics from Dynamite that will come out this week...
Writer: Michael Uslan
Artist: Giovanni Timpano
Cover: John Cassaday
Incentive cover: Giovanni Timpano (Green Hornet Design), Giovanni Timpano (Lone Ranger Design), John Cassaday (B/W art)
A tale of super-heroics and family that has taken eighty years to be told! This first chapter, entitled "Those Thrilling Days of Yesteryear," creates a world of carefully researched alternative history in 1936 as we learn whatever happened to The Lone Ranger and discover his familial link to the emergence of a man who is a modern day urban version of The Lone Ranger himself. What is the blood connection of The Green Hornet to The Lone Ranger? What is the link of Olympic runner Jesse Owens to The Green Hornet? What role does Bat Masterson play in The Lone Ranger's New York adventure? What intense rift tears a family apart just when America desperately needs a great champion of justice? The shocking answers lie in the historic first issue of "The Lone Ranger Meets the Green Hornet: Champions of Justice!”
Writer: Corinna Bechko
Artist: Javier Garcia-Miranda
Cover: Gabriel Hardman
Two iconic horror franchises collide, as Vampirella - the fan-favorite supernatural heroine - faces the most nightmarish creatures ever to appear in cinema: the Xenomorphs from Alien! As the first human colony on Mars digs deeper into the crimson soil, they discover the catacombs of a hibernating civilization, tens of thousands of years old. The evidence suggests that they are Nosferatu, an ancient and sinister species that Vampirella is all too familiar with. Called to the Red Planet to investigate, the monster hunter and her human allies find a chamber with hundreds of ellipsoidal, leathery eggs... and after they hatch, the true horror begins. In space, no one can hear Vampirella scream!
Writer: Justin Hook
Artists: Brad Rader
Covers: Bernard Derriman (a), Damon Wong (b)
The Bob's Burgers Comic Book has cooked up a special order for Issue #13: Tina's Erotic Friend Fiction presents “Enter The Tina”, kicking off the first of three unique one-story issues. Tina takes over in this one and tells the tale of a masterful martial artist tasked with avenging her sister, taking down the evil Tammy, and restoring honor to her temple, with the help of newfound friends Darryl and Rudy, and newfound maybe-more-than-just-new-friend Jimmy Jr. Everyone loves Bob’s Burgers, the fan-favorite animated sitcom that airs on Fox television with other hits such as The Simpsons and Family Guy!
Writers: Jeff Drake, Brian Hall, Rachel Hastings, Mike Olsen, Anneliese Waddington
Artists: Anthony Aguinaldo, Marcelo Benavides, Tom Connor, Mike Guerena, Maggie Harbaugh, Timothy Hopkins, Anthony Imperato, Circus Leveo, Adam Philipps, Hector Reynoso, Rich Wilkie
Cover: Jay Howell
Feast your eyes on new mouth-watering stories of the Belcher family, the stars of Fox Television's fan-favorite animated sitcom! Written and illustrated by the fine folks at the Emmy Award-winning studio Bento Box Entertainment, the continuing comic book hijinks of parents Bob and Linda and ragamuffins Tina, Gene, and Louise will surely satisfy fans of all ages. You've never seen daydreams quite like those of the Belchers, as Louise finds herself sucked into a videogame, Gene's rhymes climb to new heights in Jack and the Gene-stalk, and Tina takes a fateful trip to Tinagan's Island... and that's just for starters!
Writer: Andy Diggle, Angela Cruickshank
Artist: Andrea Mutti
Cover: Ben Oliver
Detective-Sergeant Kate Burnham's homicide investigation leads to embarrassing revelations about a powerful Senator's sex life. But is his involvement a vital clue, a deliberate misdirection… or a warning? Only one surviving witness knows the awful truth – and he's next on the killer's hit list!
Writers: Ben Acker, Heath Corson
Artist: Bob Q, McDaid
Covers: Marc Laming (a), Jonathan Lau (b), Colton Worley (c)
Kings in chains! Flash Gordon, The Phantoms, Mandrake the Magician, Prince Valiant, and Jungle Jim are captives of the most merciless emperor of any galaxy… and as it turns out, it’s not Ming! Spoiler: The heroes escape and there’s lots and lots and lots of space-fighting.
Writer: Kate Leth
Artist: Eman Casallos
Covers: Chrissie Zullo (a), Sergio Davila (b)
Incentive cover: Sergio Davila (B/W art)