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Exclusive Extended Dynamite Previews: 5/21/14

Check out these previews for BATTLESTAR GALACTICA #11, FLASH GORDON #2, MARK WAID’S THE GREEN HORNET #12, THE SHADOW: YEAR ONE #9 (of 10), and THE SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN: SEASON SIX #3

Each week Dynamite Entertainment gives us an extended look at some of their new titles. This week we have three: BATTLESTAR GALACTICA #11, FLASH GORDON #2, MARK WAID’S THE GREEN HORNET #12, THE SHADOW: YEAR ONE #9 (of 10), and THE SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN: SEASON SIX #3

To see the rest of Dynamite's previews, click here!

FLASH GORDON #2

Frank Barbiere (w)

Joe Bennett (a)

Juan Doe (c)

FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Teen+ • 5/21

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Garry Brown Exclusive retailer incentive cover

Joe Bennett Exclusive retailer incentive cover

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Fran Barbiere Signed Ken Haeser “Li’l Turok” retailer incentive cover

In the stunning wake of Issue One's shocking climax…where is SOLAR? What will massive doses of unstable radiation do to his family? And even if they survive, what horrors are lurking in the stars? It’s cosmic-fueled fantasy from the hit team of FRANK BARBIERE (Five Ghosts) and JOE BENNETT (Iron Man)!

THE SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN: SEASON SIX #3

James Kuhoric (w)

Juan Antonio Ramirez (a)

Alex Ross, Ken Haeser (c)

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FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Teen+

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The original Six Million Dollar Man is back with an official continuation of the classic television series! Steve has been betrayed and now stands alone against the experimental Soviet Yaga Tank. And closer to home, the mysterious alien plague spreads and threatens to destroy all of NASA while Oliver Spencer’s Maskatron continues to evolve into the deadliest artificial intelligence on earth. Steve Austin proves that it’s not the bionic hardware that makes the man but the all too human heart that drives it.

BATTLESTAR GALACTICA #11

Dan Abnett (w)

Cezar Razek (a)

Livio Ramondelli (c)

FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Teen+

“The Adama Gambit" (Part 2 of 2). With death bearing down on the fleet from the attacking Base Star, Commander Adama is forced to take desperate action, and employ frantically risky tactics in a last ditch effort to save humankind! The climactic, concluding part of this epic story of space-battle action and edge of the seat tension

MARK WAID’S THE GREEN HORNET #12

Mark Waid (w)

Ronilson Freire (a)

Paolo Rivera (c)

FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Teen+

It's all down to this--the Green Hornet's final chance at redemption, against a villain of his own creation! Trust us, you have no idea how to predict the outcome of this grand finale!

THE SHADOW: YEAR ONE #9 (of 10)

Matt Wagner (w)

Wilfredo Torres (a)

Matt Wagner, Alex Ross, Chris Samnee, Howard Chaykin (c)

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FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Teen+

In pursuit of his enemy, The Shadow and Margo Lane must uncover the mysterious secrets of Chinatown, an area of the city that seems suddenly cloaked in a miasma of dread. As the intrepid Reporter inches ever closer to discovering The Shadow’s own secrets, the black-cloaked Master of Darkness finally comes face-to-face with his long-time nemesis—Dr. Zorn! Eisner Award-winning writer Matt Wagner and artists Wilfredo Torres and Brennan Wagner bring this exciting expose of The Shadow’s first adventures closer and closer to its thrilling conclusion.

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Posted by tparks

Dynamite is slowly becoming my top favorite publisher. All of the revitalizing of classics has been phenomenal. I'm loving their Gold Key Revival right now too.

Edited by Sighburr_Punk

I love that Flash Gordon costume, and the Hornet's starting to intrigue me. I haven't read any Dynamite titles since Masks, but I may start reading them again...

Posted by AmazingWebHead

I love how all the classics have been brought back

And I also love Green Hornet's new look