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Exclusive Extended Previews: RED SONJA #9, THE BLACK BAT #10 and THE LONE RANGER #24

Take a look at some interiors for these Dynamite books.

Each week Dynamite Entertainment gives us an extended look at some of their new titles. This week we have three: RED SONJA #9, THE BLACK BAT #10 and THE LONE RANGER #24.

You can check out the regular previews for all their new releases HERE.

RED SONJA #9

Gail Simone (w)

Walter Geovani (a)

Jenny Frison, Stephanie Hans (c)

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FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Teen+

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Jenny Frison “b&w art” retailer incentive cover

Stephanie Hans “b&w art” retailer incentive cover

The She-Devil continues her quest to find and capture the greatest artisans of the Hyborian Age, with hundreds of lives in the balance. In this saucy issue, she is on the trail of the land's greatest (and most dangerous) courtesan, in a world she has never before experienced! The epic run by Gail Simone and Walter Geovani continues!

THE BLACK BAT #10

Brian Buccellato (w)

Ronan Cliquet (a)

Jae Lee (c)

FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Teen+

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Ardian Syaf original art retailer incentive cover

The Black Bat is forced to deal with the idea of betrayal in his own inner circle. Also, the blowback from his prison break-in escalates as he is declared public enemy number one; and the war against him is brought right to his doorstep.

THE LONE RANGER #24

Ande Parks (w)

Esteve Polls (a)

Francesco Francavilla (c)

FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Teen+

The Lone Ranger and Tonto abandon their horses to pursue a murderous band of Old West robbers aboard a speeding train. The thieves are led by a villain the likes of which the West's most legendary heroes have never faced before… a killer who seems unkillable himself. The Ranger and Tonto will chase the robbers through a train packed with innocents, trying desperately to avoid further bloodshed. All-out action and gunplay, set on an iron horse that speeds toward oblivion.

4 Comments
Posted by Wyldsong

Definitely enjoying the new Red Sonja series.

Posted by HisLolita

Looks like I am really, really behind in Red Sonja.

Posted by NightFang

@hislolita said:

Looks like I am really, really behind in Red Sonja.

Same here.

Posted by dshipp17

Looking forward to reading the rest of Red Sonja.