Dynamite Entertainment February 2010 Solicitations

by Jeff

project8 Dynamite Entertainment February 2010 SolicitationsThe kind folks at Dynamite Entertainment have supplied ComicList with their solicitations for comics and other products featured in the December 2009 Previews, scheduled to ship starting February 2010.

PROJECT SUPERPOWERS: CHAPTER TWO #8

Written by Alex Ross and Jim Krueger, art by Edgar Salazar and Doug Klauba, covers by Ross and Jonathan Lau.

A momentous issue this month as the saga of the superpowers continues! As The Scarab fights for his life, Green Lama reveals his startling discoveries to both his teammates ­ and their foes! Plus, this issue: the painted origin spread of Masquerade!

32 pages, $2.99.

BLACK TERROR #8

Written by Alex Ross and Phil Hester, art by Jonathan Lau, covers by Ross, Lau and Stephen Sadowski.

The climactic finale to this pulse-pounding story arc! Black Terror’s quest to help the plight of his former ally ­ the American Crusader ­ concludes here, but will the Terror survive to fight another day? Also, what of the legacy of the American Crusader? Will it remain perverted forever by what it’s become, or will the truth ring free and clear and the legend of the Crusader be born anew? Find out in this issue!

32 pages, $3.50.

PROJECT SUPERPOWERS: CHAPTER TWO TPB VOLUME 1

Written by Alex Ross and Jim Krueger, art by Edgar Salazar, cover by Ross.

Overseen again by Alex Ross, who plots and art directs the entire Project Superpowers universe, writer Jim Krueger returns for Chapter Two, as they creators are joined for the series by Edgar Salazar!

Project Superpowers: Chapter Two picks up from the events of Chapter One as the newly returned heroes have set out on a quest to use their newfound freedom to return the world to the power of the people, while facing the shadowy Supremacy and the unlikely foes of the Inheritors! We’ve built up the Superpowers universe, and now watch it be torn down! Featuring #0-6!

152 pages, $9.99.

THE LEGENDARY TALESPINNERS #1

Written by James Kuhoric, art by Grant Bond, covers by Nick Bradshaw and Bond.

From the dawn of creation there have been storytellers spinning timeless fables and folktales. Call them historians, poets, philosophers, or charlatans, it was their fanciful re-tellings of the age of wonder that kept children enwrapped in fantasy and immersed in imagination. But over the last two centuries something dark has been devouring the storytellers and even the stories themselves, leaving children with dulled imaginations and no will to believe in giant killers or wicked witches.

Abby was one of those children and is now a young woman who still lives only in the concrete reality of her professional ambitions. Raised by a mother who had no time for ³childish pursuits,² she grew up too fast and locked her fertile imagination away forever. But Abby’s orderly world comes crashing down upon her when a crazy old man who believes himself to be the real Baron Munchausen leads her into a festering fantasy world facing villainous henchmen, zombified fairytale creatures, and the most unlikely wickedest witch of them all.

32 pages, $3.99.

THE BOYS #39

Written by Garth Ennis, art and cover by Darick Robertson.

What Hughie knows is not what Butcher knows, and what Annie January knows is something else again. Meanwhile, Frenchie tries a different tack with the Female, and MM keeps abreast of all developments. The second half of the saga kicks off with a bang that leaves everyone reeling, in this special prologue episode to the next Boys adventure: “What I Know.”

32 pages, $2.99.

QUEEN SONJA #5

Written by Joshua Ortega, art by Mel Rubi, covers by Lucio Parrillo, Rubi and Jackson Herbert.

The first story arc comes to a conclusion! Sonja is seated on the throne, and now the adventures can truly begin!

32 pages, $2.99.

RED SONJA: WRATH OF THE GODS #1

Written by Luke Lieberman and Ethan Ryker, art by Walter Geovani, cover by Lucio Parrillo.

While the adventures of Queen Sonja continue to thrill and amaze readers both new and old, follow the She-Devil with a Sword in a classic tale of the primordial gods themselves as Red Sonja faces the “Wrath of the Gods.” The story explores the mysteries of Sonja’s past, while presenting her with the malicious threat of Loki in the present! Can Thor, the God of Thunder, and Odin, the All-Father, aid the warrior woman and prevent their fellow god from destroying the very world? Featuring a fully-painted cover by Lucio Parrillo.

32 pages, $3.99.

ROBOCOP #2

Written by Rob Williams, art by Fabiano neves, covers by Stephen Segovia and Johnny D.

OCP has unleashed the biggest and baddest ED-209 yet, one that even Robocop is gonna have a hard time putting down…

32 pages, $3.50.

BUCK ROGERS #9

Written by Scott Beatty, art by Carlos Rafael, covers by Rafael and John Watson.

“The Airlords of Han: Part 1 (of 2)!” Wilma Deering has been sent as an envoy to the city-org of Han, but she hasn’t returned… and Han is causing trouble. In order to get “aboard” the hovering city-state, Buck has to ally himself with Black Barney, an air-pirate who trades regularly with the Han, but Barney is playing both sides… what could possibly go wrong?

32 pages, $3.50.

BUCK ROGERS VOL. 1 FUTURE SHOCK HC

Written by Scott Beatty, art by Carlos Rafael, cover by John Cassaday.

The future begins now! Presenting pop culture’s first hero – Buck Rogers! The first man out of time… the first man to be taken from his present and thrown into the future… the inspiration for countless heroes, and it all begins here! Featuring an all-star creative team ­ writer Scott Beatty and artists Carlos Rafael and Carlos Lopez ­ along with character designs by Alex Ross and covers by John Cassaday (reprinted here as part of a complete cover gallery)! “Future Shock” reprints the first 5 issues of the series, and throws our hero 500 years into the future, where he must fight for his very survival against a most unusual foe! It’s not all bad though, at least he’s got Colonel Wilma Deering to keep him company.

128 pages, $24.99.

BATTLEFIELDS #3: HAPPY VALLEY PART THREE

Written by Garth Ennis, art by PJ Holden, cover by Garry Leach.

One last operation, and then everyone gets to go home… but how long can one bomber crew beat the odds? Ken, Masher, Blue, Clive, Acker and Joe are determined to try their luck- but pushing their commander’s patience to breaking point results in a nightmare for all concerned. And with the German defenses growing more lethal all the time, will anyone make it home alive from the hellish skies above Happy Valley?

32 pages, $3.50.

ZORRO: MATANZAS #1

Written by Don McGregor, art and cover by Mike Mayhew.

A classic tale of Zorro never before told! While the regular team of Dynamite’s Zorro takes a break, Dynamite presents a magnificent tale of Zorro! Matanzas is a classic Zorro adventure — presented here for the very first time!

32 pages, $3.99.

ARMY OF DARKNESS #26

Written by Mike Raicht, art and cover by Scott Cohn.

Army of Darkness from Dynamite Entertainment returns as our creative team concludes their opus ­ Ash vs. the League of Light! Oh, wait, did we say “vs.” that doesn’t sound good. They were all friends when we last saw them. what happened?

32 pages, $3.50.

ARMY OF DARKNESS OMNIBUS VOL. 1 TPB

Written by Andy Hartnell, James Kuhoric, Robert Kirkman and more, art by John Bolton , Nick Bradshaw, Sanford Greene, Kevin Sharpe and more, cover by John Bolton.

Dynamite presents the first 18 issues of the acclaimed Army of Darkness series in one massive omnibus! Featuring the movie adaptation based on the screenplay by Sam and Ivan Raimi, and illustrated by John Bolton, as well as the first four story arcs from the ongoing series — Ashes to Ashes, Shop till You Drop (Dead), Ash vs. Re-Animator, Old School, and the shorts stories presented in Tales of the Army of Darkness! Also includes a complete cover gallery!

488 pages, $29.99.

THE COMPLETE ALICE IN WONDERLAND #4

Written by Leah Moore and John Reppion, art and cover by Erica Awano.

Dynamite’s Complete Adaptation concludes here! Clocking in at another massive 40 pages of story and art, the fanciful and thrilling adventures of a little girl named Alice are completely told!

48 pages, $4.99.

THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY #8

Written by Chuck Dixon, art by Esteve Polls, cover by Dennis Calero.

Part two (of two) of “The Gold Is Mine, The Grave Is Yours”! The thrilling adventures come to a smashing conclusion… for now!

32 pages, $3.99.

THE MAN WITH NO NAME VOL. 2: HOLLIDAY IN THE SUN TPB

Written by Luke Lierman and Matt Wolpert, art by Diego Bernard, cover by Richard Isanove.

From its iconic imagery, stars, and score, MGM’s Man with No Name trilogy is a modern masterpiece of cinema! And now, the legend has come to life once again from Dynamite! Starring the ultimate anti-hero, “Holliday in the Sun,” which interweaves a tale of theft and deception with the mysterious past of “Blondie.” Includes issues 7-11 of the series, along with a complete cover gallery!

128 pages, $16.99.

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