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Exclusive Extended Previews: THE BIONIC MAN #12 and QUEEN SONJA #31

Take a longer look at a couple of Dynamite Entertainments comics due this week.

It's time to take a longer look at some of Dynamite Entertainment's comics due out this week. Each week they give us an exclusive extended look at some of their titles. This week we have THE BIONIC MAN and the appearance of a certain BIG character as well as QUEEN SONJA.

You can get a look at previews for the rest of this week's Dynamite comics here.

THE BIONIC MAN #12

32 pages FC • $3.99 • Teen +

Written by PHIL HESTER & AARON GILLESPIE

Art by ED TADEO

Covers by ALEX ROSS (main), ED TADEO (1:10)

Fans, ask your retailer for this variant incentive cover!

• ALEX ROSS “Virgin art”cover retailer incentive

Something has been stalking Steve Austin. Something BIG. The moment Bionic Man fans have been clamoring for finally arrives with the introduction of Bigfoot into the hit series. His origins are unknown, but whatever this mysterious creature may be, Steve Austin has something it wants... and it will kill to get it.

== TEASER ==

Let's not forget about Queen Sonja. I wonder how she would do against the Bionic Man?

QUEEN SONJA #31

32 pages FC • $3.99 • Teen +

Written by LUKE LIEBERMAN

Art by MILTON ESTEVAM

Cover by LUCIO PARRILLO

Queen Sonja learns the price of breaking her vows to the Goddess as the tournament turns to chaos and ruin. As enemies beset her on every side, can Queen Sonja find the assassin who threatens to plunge her realm into bloodshed?
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Posted by NightFang

The Bionic Man versus Red Sonja? I bet there's a battle forum on CV.

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Posted by Vortex13

That Queen Sonja cover is absolutely gorgeous.

Posted by kartron

@Vortex13: True. Just like a photo. And the cut on her leg is so damn real!! maybe its made similar to Alex Ross's photorealism technique

Posted by KRYPTON

Bionic Man looked cool, Banjos in Red Sonja, even better

Posted by RedheadedAtrocitus

Gosh I love that Queen Sonja cover, such a consistently good book, just like Bionic Man. Love these.