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Exclusive Extended Previews: MISS FURY #8 and WARLORD OF MARS #32

Get a longer look at some of this week's Dynamite Entertainment releases.

Each week Dynamite Entertainment gives us some exclusive extended previews for their new releases. This week we have MISS FURY #8 and WARLORD OF MARS #32.

You can check out the regular previews for all of this week's new Dynamite comics HERE.


Rob Williams (w)

Jack Herbert (a)

Billy Tan, Ardian Syaf, Colton Worley, Bilquis Evely (c)

Fans & retailers, order the cover of your choice!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Teen+


Carlos Rafael “risqué” original art retailer incentive cover

Billy Tan black & white art retailer incentive cover

Ardian Syaf black & white art retailer incentive cover

The Pharoah of Time is alive and he and his enormous mothership have come to 1943's New York City for Miss Fury. But which one will he find? The immoral murderer with the samurai sword, the titanic stash of grenades and the epic love of debauchery or the Miss Fury who is lost in time, grasping for a sense of sanity and for the good inside her? It's a metaphysical battle played out with martial arts as two futures of our hero fight for supremacy, and only one Miss Fury is getting out alive.


Arvid Nelson (w)

Wagner Reis (a)

Joe Jusko, Lucio Parrillo (c)

2 regular covers will be shipped in equal ratios


Carlos Rafael “risqué art” retailer incentive cover

Mel Rubi “risqué art” retailer incentive cover

FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Mature

John Carter has spilled blood in the service of Helium. But for thousands of years before his arrival, his adopted homeland suffered at the hands of Mars’ other races. Now, his victories have awakened a legendary hero… one with a genocidal agenda of payback! When Carter protests, he finds himself on the run alongside his family. With no friends to turn to, alliances must be made with old enemies!

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Posted by lifeboy

I spit on you dynamite for cancelling my MissFury... Curse's to you. CURSE'S!

Edited by Decept-O

Really love all the artwork on display, all the covers and interiors. Top notch!

Just to add, the Joe Jusko and Lucio Parrillo covers for Warlord of Mars---Holy Pepperoni. Wow.

Edited by lykopis

k, I'm sorry but Warlord of Mars is making me giggle. Like, seriously now! How is it that every single female shown on these pages seem to be preparing or are half-way through a strip-tease set? I just have to break it down because it's too funny:

It really, really is.

The cover art is phenomenal though -- it usually is when it comes to the Mars books.