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Get a look at this week's exclusive, extended Dynamite Entertainment previews.

Each week Dynamite Entertainment provides Comic Vine with exclusive, extended previews for some of their upcoming new releases. This week the publisher has provided us with a peek at THE BIONIC MAN #20, THE SHADOW #13, PETER CANNON: THUNDERBOLT #9 and VOLTRON #12, all due to hit stores on Wednesday, May 15th. Get a look at the previews below and let us know if you plan on picking up any of these titles.


Aaron Gillespie (w)

Rey Villegas (a)

Mike Mayhew, Ed Tadeo (c)

2 regular covers will be shipped in A 10:1 ratio (10 Mayhew, 1 Tadeo)

FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Teen+

As events in Libue spiral out of control, the Bionic Man is pushed to the limits to put an end to a madman’s deadly schemes. With Washington D.C. in the crosshairs, Steve will learn that no victory comes without some price and nothing is clean in this business. Find out what happens as Desert Deathtrap reaches its exciting Conclusion!


Mike Mayhew “virgin art” retailer incentive cover


Chris Roberson (w)

Giovanni Timpanol (a)

Alex Ross, Paolo Rivera, Tim Bradstreet, Francesco Francavilla (c)

4 regular covers will be shipped in equal ratios

FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Teen+

A grisly string of random murders has left the authorities baffled, but The Shadow believes there is method to the killer’s madness. At each crime scene, eyewitnesses have spotted the spectral figure of a woman in white. Is “The Light” behind the murders, or a victim’s lost spirit? The Shadow must unravel the mystery before the killer strikes again


Steve Darnall, Alex Ross (w)

Jonathan Lau (a)

Alex Ross, Jonathan Lau (c)

Fans & retailers, order the cover of your choice!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Teen+

In "Going Underground," Thunderbolt is a man on the run. His secret revealed, he finds himself unsure of who or what to trust—including his own senses—and he must push his mind and body to the limit as he faces one of his (literally) oldest foes — the mind-bending Princess Evila!


Brandon Thomas (w)

Steven Harris (a)

Sean Chen (c)

FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Teen+

Everything is changing for the Voltron Force. One of their number has perished, another casualty of the turmoil engulfing the galaxy. One of them is intending to leave the unit permanently for a much different life. One of them is receiving the opportunity of a lifetime, even though they might not be ready. One of them is committed to saving everything there is. And one, well one of them is carrying a secret that ensures they’ll never again be welcome amongst their ranks. One door closes and three more open in “31 Days,” as the Galaxy Alliance decides just how many more Voltrons are truly necessary to defend the universe...

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Edited by DarklyDreamingDeadpool

the first few issues of the shadow were really good, but then it gotten kind of boring, so i dropped it.

Posted by RoTheKid

@babs It's great that you guys are highlighting other books! Will have to definitely expand! Thanks, Sara!

Posted by DonFelipe

Those Shadow covers are beautiful as usual. There will come the day when I will actually pick it up and start reading... one day!

Edited by sentryman555

The bionic man is looking pretty awesome right here. Even if he has a terminator thing going on with his face. Also like the artwork for Voltron. I might have to check it out.

Posted by RedheadedAtrocitus

I honestly that thought was The Ghost I saw on the cover of that issue of Shadow. Nice that Roberson is writing, but I'm still partial to the first arc myself.


Anyone who complained about Power Girl's costume just needs to look at what Peter Cannon;s friend Aida wears.

In regards to Voltron & Sven. It looks like they are taking the Go-Lion version were he is killed. I always felt that Voltron should not only kept him alive, but use him as a reserve member to take the place of the other pilots when one is captured or just unavailable. I mean really, why would there not be a back-up pilot for every mech or Zord? That make just aas much sense as "why do they only send one monster a week"? Or "why dont they just blow up their hose while they sleep?" Or "Why do the monsters just stand there while the heros do this long role-call & combo sequence?"

Also, gotta ask. Are those the Vehicle-tron & Gladiator-tron?

Edited by Rookseven

@Cobramorph: For one, I sincerely hope that you were referring to Power Rangers when you said Zord & not calling one of the lions a Zord. :) Seriously though, I always enjoyed Sven best out of all of the characters. He just seemed the most competent and talented pilot that they had.

As to why didn't the monsters attack during the Voltron-Forming sequence? Actually they handled that one towards the end of the original series (I don't remember the specific episode number). When the Robeast-of-the-Week attempted to attack Voltron mid-formation, it got electricuted big time. Basically showing that all the lightning around it wasn't just for show.

Edited by NightFang

Everything looks so good!