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Each week Dynamite Entertainment provides Comic Vine with exclusive, extended previews to three of their new releases. This week the publisher is giving us a look at WARLORD OF MARS: DEJAH THORIS #25, VAMPIRELLA #29 and WARLORD OF MARS #24. You can check out the previews below. Don't forget to also head to our previews board to get a look at the rest of the previews for Dynamite Entertainment's new releases for this week, here.


Robert Place Napton (w)

Deborah Carita (a)

Paul Renaud, Fabiano Neves (c)

FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Mature

A mysterious stranger poses a grave threat to Dejah as she becomes the target of a vendetta that goes back to a time before she was born! A pivotal turning point in the life of Dejah Thoris.


Lui Antonio “risqué art” retailer incentive cover

TBA “risqué art” retailer incentive cover


Brandon Jerwa (w)

Patrick Berkenkotter (a)

Paul Renaud, Lucio Parrillo, Fabiano Neves (c)

3 regular covers will be shipped in equal ratios

FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Teen+

Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun" (Part 1 of 3) - After being scattered around for a bit, Team Vampirella is reunited with new purpose. It's a good thing, too, because the team will have their hands full fighting a coven of witches in the present, while Vampirella and Criswell are otherwise occupied. And by "occupied," we mean their minds have been projected 100 years into the future!


Paul Renaud “blood red art” retailer incentive cover


Arvid Nelson (w)

Leondro Oliviero (a)

Joe Jusko, Lucio Parrillo (c)

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Fans, ask your retailer for these variant incentive covers!

• PARRILLO “virgin art” cover retailer incentive

• RISQUÉ ART cover retailer incentive

John Carter is a prisoner of the brutal tyrant Salensus Oll. His princess is still in the clutches of the ever-sleazy Matai Shang. But Carter's a lucky guy! A friendly

fleet is approaching Salensus Oll's domed fortress. There's just one little hitch: the ships are doomed if Carter can't escape and shut down the terrible Guardian of the North that renders Salensus Oll invincible. Even if he breaks free, Carter will have to face the guardian of the Guardian – the greatest swordsman Mars has ever known!

#1 Posted by dreamfall31 (596 posts) - - Show Bio

Yet another reason Dejah should wear armor, random needle injections when walking down creepy alley ways!

#2 Edited by FoxxFireArt (3612 posts) - - Show Bio

That panel of Dejah being injected with a needle is one of the more comical things I've seen all week.

#3 Posted by Rafa Lee (38 posts) - - Show Bio
#4 Edited by mk111 (3148 posts) - - Show Bio

That panel of Dejah being injected with a needle is one of the more comical things I've seen all week.

I know, right? I laughed!

#5 Posted by RazzaTazz (11939 posts) - - Show Bio

Dejah looks good this month.

#6 Posted by millennium (211 posts) - - Show Bio

i find it funny that it says exclusive previews of these titles when really their showing you half the book and its about time the next issue of warlord of mars came out that series is 10 issues behind from where dynamite says it is

#7 Posted by Kerrigan (258 posts) - - Show Bio

Also know as Dynaboob Enterboobment.

Nice for a publisher to have found an identity, I suppose.

#8 Posted by RedheadedAtrocitus (6958 posts) - - Show Bio

Wow, Matai Shang got shot in the head?! Wasn't expecting that! O_O

#9 Posted by greenenvy (637 posts) - - Show Bio

Why is dejah thoris in a room that is so modern and earth like? Such as the guy she is with and both of them wearing some kind of institution uniform . This supposed to be classic sci fi pulp with swords and nude princesses not borne identity or general hospital on mars. I wanted john carter to fight and kill his nemesis matai shang not get shot in the head what the hell. There better be a good twist or reason for that because this book takes too damn long to come out.

#10 Posted by Bad_People (172 posts) - - Show Bio

Dejah just looks over dressed in that tiny hospital gown.

#11 Edited by bloggerboy (697 posts) - - Show Bio

Dejah Thoris reminds me of an episode of Buffy...only with less clothes.

#12 Posted by ScarletBatman (373 posts) - - Show Bio

Oh no, villainous brigands have abducted me and forced me to wear... Clothing!

#13 Posted by kid Apollo (741 posts) - - Show Bio

not gona lie, Warlord of Mars was my least favorite of the John Carter trilogy. it all seemed to wrap up too perfectly, but it looks like theyve made some changes to the comics, so it mite be worth a look

#14 Posted by DadaHyena (61 posts) - - Show Bio


#15 Posted by Delphic (1683 posts) - - Show Bio

I've been wanting to read dynamite books for quite some time. Yeah I know what people say about them, but it's the characters that I'm interested in. My main problem though is with the pricing of the books. It's four dollars per book, and there's not near as much content. I look for them in trades just to find them as over priced in retail $25.00 for a six issue trade that's not even an inch thick? No thank you.

#16 Posted by sheldipez (75 posts) - - Show Bio

@delphic: I'm not sure why some of the Dynamite's comics are sold via those overpriced TPB but some (Army of Darkness / Red Sonja) are sold in uber cheap, and thick, omnibus editions where it can work out less than a $1 an issue.

#17 Posted by Delphic (1683 posts) - - Show Bio

@sheldipez: You can find them online for a reduced price, but if you go out to buy them at a local comic store, you're going to have to pay retail.

#18 Posted by FlashDamn (969 posts) - - Show Bio

dejah looks like a sex slave