Posted by G-Man (34236 posts) - - Show Bio

Dynamite Entertainment has sent over some first looks at some of their titles for the month of October. October feels so far off. It's like you're looking into the future!

VAMPIRELLA (ONGOING) #24

Fabiano Neves

Price: $3.99

Covers: Fabiano Neves (33%), Paul Renaud (33%), Alé Garza (33%)

Writer: Brandon Jerwa

Artist: Heubert Kahn Michael

The battle lines have been drawn! Dracula's horrific soldiers - and his new lieutenant - are on the offensive, but they'll have to get past Vampirella and her allies! The two-part HELL ON EARTH epic starts here! (And be sure to check out PANTHA #5 for even more of the story!)
== TEASER ==
Alé Garza
Paul Renaud

Next up is a look at The Spider.

THE SPIDER #6

John Cassaday

Price: $3.99

Covers: John Cassaday (Main), Francesco Francavilla (1-in-10)

Writer: David Liss

Artist: Colton Worley

A ruthless crime lord is on the rise. The clock is ticking on a politician's life. Only The Spider stands a chance of stopping the Wingman before he strikes and sends the city spiraling into chaos, but can he do it alone? It's the return of Ronald Jackson, one of the pulp-era Spider's most trusted associates!
Francesco Francavilla

Curious what Dejah Thoris is up to?

WARLORD OF MARS: DEJAH THORIS (ONGOING) #20

Paul Renaud

Price: $3.99

Covers: Paul Renaud (50%), Fabiano Neves (50%)

Writer: Robert Place Napton

Artist: Carlos Rafael

Having returned from Titan, Dejah reunites with her Grandfather and Father and finds that a Criminal Underworld has gotten a foothold in Helium led by the enigma "MORTUS." In order to discover Mortus true identity and bring down his organization, Dejah and a notorious Weapons Master assume different identities and infiltrate Barsoom's criminal underworld where they encounter assassins, gangsters, and a vile world of corruption and deceit that Dejah never knew existed.
Fabiano Neves

Red Sonja is keeping busy as usual.

RED SONJA: ATLANTIS RISES #3

Price: $3.99 Covers: Lucio Parrillo  Writer: Luke Lieberman Artist: Max Dunbar
Fighting fire with fire. To overcome the ancient evil that threatens Hyborea Red Sonja must avail herself of an older evil from the heart of the Nameless Isle. Meanwhile, King Kazel has continued his conquest, but when the victorious king returns to Atlantis, he may find Doom awaits him.

The last first look is for the Lone Ranger.

THE LONE RANGER: SNAKE OF IRON #4

Price: $3.99

Covers: Dennis Calero

Writer: Chuck Dixon

Artist: Esteve Polls

The Masked Man comes to Tonto's aide. But have the faithful companions found one another only to die together? Dozens of innocents may died in a bloody massacre unless the legend of the Spirit Horse can come to life to bring peace to the prairies.

Basically, the Lone Ranger will fight his way through the blizzard along with a troop of cavalry to rescue Tonto and the trainload of folks.
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#1 Posted by ThePRez (285 posts) - - Show Bio

dont like the art for Vampirella

#2 Posted by jsphsmth (1136 posts) - - Show Bio

When did Dixon start writing Lone Ranger? Looks like another series for my trade waiting list.

#3 Posted by Inverno (13221 posts) - - Show Bio

I don't dig Ale Garza' artwork at all.

#4 Posted by SUPER-MAN 23 (2060 posts) - - Show Bio

The Spider is a great series, the other series are great as well.

#5 Posted by spider-man 2996 (660 posts) - - Show Bio

Wouldnt Vamperirella be cold kneeling on the ice??

#6 Posted by Fuchsia_Nightingale (10180 posts) - - Show Bio

lub them all !

#7 Posted by RedheadedAtrocitus (6885 posts) - - Show Bio

Evey single one of these titles are great. The Vampirella and Red Sonja covers rock.

#8 Posted by Katie24 (488 posts) - - Show Bio

The Spider is a really, really great comic and that Francesco Francavilla cover is sure puuurdy.

#9 Posted by M-Demon (46 posts) - - Show Bio

Can't wait. Really enjoying Dynamite's work on Vampirella and Dejah Thoris. Red Sonja has always been great under them. Honestly, Dynamite has slowly turned into my favorite non DC/Marvel publisher over the past few years since they've acquired other properties (namely Chaos! Comics). Too bad they didn't get Lady Death - although I really enjoy her new series.

#10 Edited by rogueangel22 (3 posts) - - Show Bio

I did like the Red Sonja cover art. I don't know why I feel like I've seen the Vampirella cover art before somewhere. I'll definitely pick up the Red Sonja comic. I'm not sure about the Vampirella because I am not enjoying Vampirella vs Dracula series. I was hoping for more Jennifer Blood and Ninjettes.

#11 Posted by Beaudacious (11 posts) - - Show Bio

Does anyone actually buy Vampirella, Red Sonja and Deja Thoris for the plot?

This preview makes me think Dynamite is transitioning into soft core comics....

#12 Posted by rasx (242 posts) - - Show Bio

Those Paul Renaud covers look nice.

#13 Posted by RoboShark (1271 posts) - - Show Bio

Admitted this the other day on here....I want Vampirella.

#14 Posted by PFred (1 posts) - - Show Bio

It is sad how misogynistic these covers are. I like Dynamite comics a great deal, but these covers are a sad statement of commercialism and pleading to the lust of young men, or old men, either way. Would it be that story content and non soft core porn covers and art work isn't enough? What a cheap trick this is. The second covers of both Vampirella and Mars are straight out of a playboy or some such. It is cheap, unclassy, inappropriate and most of all, it belittles the Name Brand of Dynamite. This was a poor editorial decision. I bought "Prophecy" this past month and i had to hide the cover from my wife and daughter because I was embarrassed by it. I would love to be the EIC for Dynamite and change what is a promising opportunity to expand and grow and become a major player, maybe even getting more than one title in the top fifty selling titles according to Diamond. It is decisions like this that has kept Dynamite from growing. These characters are beloved and don't need a pornographic cover to sell them. I just think of the wasted potential.

#15 Posted by Nova`Prime` (4165 posts) - - Show Bio

@PFred said:

It is sad how misogynistic these covers are. I like Dynamite comics a great deal, but these covers are a sad statement of commercialism and pleading to the lust of young men, or old men, either way. Would it be that story content and non soft core porn covers and art work isn't enough? What a cheap trick this is. The second covers of both Vampirella and Mars are straight out of a playboy or some such. It is cheap, unclassy, inappropriate and most of all, it belittles the Name Brand of Dynamite. This was a poor editorial decision. I bought "Prophecy" this past month and i had to hide the cover from my wife and daughter because I was embarrassed by it. I would love to be the EIC for Dynamite and change what is a promising opportunity to expand and grow and become a major player, maybe even getting more than one title in the top fifty selling titles according to Diamond. It is decisions like this that has kept Dynamite from growing. These characters are beloved and don't need a pornographic cover to sell them. I just think of the wasted potential.

Yes please preach on! Because we all love to hear the same thing every time Red Sonja, Vampirella, and Dejah Thoris comics get previewed on this site. Perhaps Comicvine shouldn't preview these comics at all because they offend your's and a lot of other people on this sites delicate sensibilities.

#16 Posted by yo_yo_fun (643 posts) - - Show Bio

The Lone Ranger!

#17 Posted by yo_yo_fun (643 posts) - - Show Bio

@PFred said:

It is sad how misogynistic these covers are. I like Dynamite comics a great deal, but these covers are a sad statement of commercialism and pleading to the lust of young men, or old men, either way. Would it be that story content and non soft core porn covers and art work isn't enough? What a cheap trick this is. The second covers of both Vampirella and Mars are straight out of a playboy or some such. It is cheap, unclassy, inappropriate and most of all, it belittles the Name Brand of Dynamite. This was a poor editorial decision. I bought "Prophecy" this past month and i had to hide the cover from my wife and daughter because I was embarrassed by it. I would love to be the EIC for Dynamite and change what is a promising opportunity to expand and grow and become a major player, maybe even getting more than one title in the top fifty selling titles according to Diamond. It is decisions like this that has kept Dynamite from growing. These characters are beloved and don't need a pornographic cover to sell them. I just think of the wasted potential.

Agree!

Couldn't have said it better myself!

#18 Posted by Luthorcrow (178 posts) - - Show Bio

@rasx said:

Those Paul Renaud covers look nice.

Agreed, particularly his Vampirella cover.

#19 Posted by NodNolan (109 posts) - - Show Bio

I am SO glad that the Spider's run has been extended. The first storyline has been amazing.

#20 Posted by Inverno (13221 posts) - - Show Bio

@yo_yo_fun said:

@PFred said:

It is sad how misogynistic these covers are. I like Dynamite comics a great deal, but these covers are a sad statement of commercialism and pleading to the lust of young men, or old men, either way. Would it be that story content and non soft core porn covers and art work isn't enough? What a cheap trick this is. The second covers of both Vampirella and Mars are straight out of a playboy or some such. It is cheap, unclassy, inappropriate and most of all, it belittles the Name Brand of Dynamite. This was a poor editorial decision. I bought "Prophecy" this past month and i had to hide the cover from my wife and daughter because I was embarrassed by it. I would love to be the EIC for Dynamite and change what is a promising opportunity to expand and grow and become a major player, maybe even getting more than one title in the top fifty selling titles according to Diamond. It is decisions like this that has kept Dynamite from growing. These characters are beloved and don't need a pornographic cover to sell them. I just think of the wasted potential.

Agree!

Couldn't have said it better myself!

You guys take comic books too seriously :-P