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Exclusive Previews: PATHFINDER #3 and WARLORD OF MARS: DEJAH THORIS #18

Get a look at the extended, exclusive previews of these two Dynamite Entertainment titles before they hit stores this Wednesday.

Each week Dynamite Entertainment kindly offers Comic Vine an extended, exclusive look at some of their upcoming titles. This week the publisher has given us a look at both PATHFINDER #3 and WARLORD OF MARS: DEJAH THORIS #18 before they arrive in comic shops this Wednesday, November 7th. Get a look at the previews to these titles below and don't forget to check out the rest of the Dynamite Entertainment previews out this week in our previews section. Are you planning on picking up either of these two titles? Let us know in the comments below.

PATHFINDER #3

Valeros and his companions have captured one of the cultists behind the strange magic that grips the goblin tribes of Varisia, but their prisoner may not be as helpless as they seem. Making matters worse, the group must cross through the haunted cemetery known as Pauper's Grave, luring them into the paralyzing touch of flesh-eating ghouls. Paizo’s incredible award-winning fantasy world, fiction line and tabletop RPG is now the ultimate fantasy comic from Dynamite Entertainment. Includes over 5 pages of character profiles and Pathfinder RPG game statistics, plus an EXCLUSIVE removable, playable tactical map and poster.

Written by JIM ZUB

Art by ANDREW HUERTA

Covers by MATTEO SCALERA (25%), LUCIO PARRILLO (25%), ERIK JONES (25%), TYLER WALPOLE (25%)

Fans, ask your retailer for these variant incentive covers!

• SCALERA black & white art cover retailer incentive

• SCALERA “virgin art” cover retailer incentive

40 pages FC

• $3.99 • Teen +

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WARLORD OF MARS: DEJAH THORIS #18

Abducted and taken to Saturn, Dejah has discovered that its hostile inhabitants are planning a secret invasion of Barsoom. Amid Saturn's rings she finds unlikely allies and initiates her own plan to save her beloved home world!

Written by ROBERT PLACE NAPTON

Art by DEBPRA CAROTA

Covers by PAUL RENAUD (50%), FABIANO NEVES (50%)

Fans, ask your retailer for these variant incentive covers!

• PAUL RENAUD “Martian red” cover retailer incentive

• RISQUÉ ART cover retailer incentive

32 pages FC • $3.99 • Mature

19 Comments
Posted by zackattack529

Pathinder looks like anther genric magic/mythicaltitle...ill pass

and Dejah Throis has umm...it has um..nice artwork ;p

but ill pass on that as well.

Posted by The_MVPs

Ha! Dejah Throis smh. For those of use who wanted Wonder Woman's costume to be more revealing, I give you Dejah Throis.

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Posted by That60sGuy

Alien Vampires with blood farms... now I've seen everything!

Posted by ComicMan24

@Gambler said:

Ha! Dejah Throis smh. For those of use who wanted Wonder Woman's costume to be more revealing, I give you Dejah Throis.

Come on now. The woman is just being more practical. She knows that any costume she might put on, will most likely be shredded to pieces, so she decided that less is better. That's all :P

Posted by The_MVPs

@ComicMan24: lol for more flexibility, I get it :P

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Posted by ComicMan24

@Gambler: That too, yeah. Dejah is a smart woman and has apparently thought of all this beforehand. Her costume is DEFINITELY NOT like this because of fanservice. But of course there are always people who are going to say that. Tsk, tsk, tsk :P

Posted by FoxxFireArt

Debpra Carota there is a Tumblr blog called "Boobs Don't Work That Way". Check it out. You may learn a few things.

Posted by Green ankh

Dejah Throis ahhh kind of pushes the limit of good taste

Posted by RazzaTazz

Despite her costume Dejah Thoris series has been one of the best recent ones

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Posted by RedheadedAtrocitus

Dejah Thoris, absolutely AWESOME title. Is it me though or is the depiction of Dejah in the background of the Renaud cover a little reminiscent of Megan Fox? Just seems that way. Such a great title though. Anything dealing with Barsoom is awesome, and as far as people having stuff to say about the costume, well, again, I just reiterate...read the Barsoom novels by E. R. Burroughs and you will see why her costume depiction is spot on and consistent and appropriate. I know, doesn't mean you have to like it and all but, but its accurate and for me that's all that matters.

Posted by Spideycap

@Green ankh said:

Dejah Throis ahhh kind of pushes the limit of good taste

Yeah, it actually seems interesting but I cant take it seriously with her wearing that.

Posted by Inverno

Wait... vampires all of sudden?

Posted by Alton

@zackattack529: Believe it or not Pathfinder has been pretty good so far.I don't play the game and was attracted to this because I was looking to replace Elric with another High Fantasy title now that Elric has ended it's run.In some ways Pathfinder is better scripted in so far as the fight sequences.Those 4 Eternal Champions in Elric did tend to stand around and talk a lot if you know what I mean.Good sense of humor in the way the Barbarian(that's what I call him) gets played by the 2 female members of the team.Check it out on the web if it is available to catch up and decide from there.

Posted by Fudgie29

You got to be kidding me. The art from Dejah Throis is freaking ridiculous. Completely disrespectful in regards to how they actually see a female hero. Damn perverts.

Posted by jstndmnd

Has anyone else seen Seinfeld? There is good naked and ugly naked, Dejah Throis is ugly naked.

Posted by Trodorne

@Alton: I prefer the Pathfinder universe vs the Dungeons and Dragons universe which got pretty streamlined.

I want to pick this up and Flash Gordon Zeitgeist this week.

Posted by ARMIV2

Pathfinder looks pretty cool, and those Dejah Thoris covers are nice...that's kinda all I can say about that though.

Posted by davidgrantlloyd

The artwork in Dejah Thoris isn't as good as it used to be.

Posted by Inverno

Really I don't care much for the nudity because that was in the source material. I am more concerned with the fact there is vampires in Saturn, which I don't think was ever brought up in the original books ever.