Posted by G-Man (37716 posts) - - Show Bio

Each week Dynamite Entertainment gives us one or two, sometimes three exclusive extended previews for the week's new releases. This week, they gave us eight. They have a lot of comics out this week.

You can check out all their regular previews HERE.

THE SHADOW/ GREEN HORNET: DARK NIGHTS #1 (of 5)

Michael Uslan (w)

Keith Burns (a)

John Cassaday, Alex Ross (c)

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FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Teen+

A threat so titanic that it forces The Shadow to team-up with The Green Hornet! A plot so deadly that it involves real events in history and such famous and infamous people as Woodrow Wilson, Rasputin, J. Edgar Hoover, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Nikola Tesla! An unstoppable power will plunge the world into darkness… and no one but our two crime-fighting icons can stop it! Written by Michael Uslan, the originator and Executive Producer of the Batman movie franchise, including the Dark Knight trilogy.

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THE BLACK BAT #3

Brian Buccellato (w)

Ronan Cliquet (a)

Jae Lee, Joe Benitez, Ardian Syaf, Billy Tan (c)

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Jae Lee B/W retailer incentive cover

Billy Tan B/W retailer incentive cover

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

The Black Bat continues his redemptive quest to right the wrongs of his alter-ego Tony Quinn. But, before pursuing criminal kingpin Oliver Snate, Black Bat steals a page from Robin Hood to come up with the resources to fund his campaign. Also, Quinn's past unfolds as he recalls his first meeting with Carol Baldwin.

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GRIMM #3

David Greenwalt, Jim Kouf (story)

Marc Gaffen, Kyle McVey (script)

José Malaga (a)

Lucio Parrillo (c)

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Lucio Parrillo “virgin art” retailer incentive cover

FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Teen+

Nick, Hank, and Monroe quest to destroy the Coins of Zakynthos, but are caught in the middle of a centuries-long Wesen war. Surrounded by players with unclear agendas, the gang forges a reluctant alliance, as Kelly makes an escape from her captors!

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THE LONE RANGER #16

Ande Parks (w)

Esteve Polls (a)

Francesco Francavilla (c)

FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Teen+

The Lone Ranger and Tonto seek out a federal agent, determined to discover why they’d been set up. Headed east to Mississippi, the two iconic Western heroes fall victim to a treachery they could never anticipate or prepare for. What began as a simple search for answers may lead to their most harrowing adventure yet!

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WARLORD OF MARS:DEJAH THORIS #27

Robert Place Napton (w)

Debora Carita (a)

Paul Renaud, Fabiano Neves (c)

2 regular covers will be shipped in equal ratios

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Walter Geovani “risqué art” retailer incentive cover

Cezar Razek “risqué art” retailer incentive cover

FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Mature

The Machine Men RETURN! Dejah Thoris uncovered a plot by the former Jeddak of Yorn to create a race of artificial men, and now those men are turned loose on Barsoom. A great jumping on point as a new saga begins with the fate of Mars hanging in the balance!

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RED SONJA #79

Brandon Jerwa (w)

Sergio Fernandez Davila (a)

Lucio Parrillo (c)

FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Teen+ • 5/29

"The Crimson Well"

Part 4 (of 6) - Our tale began on the 8th day following Red Sonja's return from a long absence. The events of the first 7 days have remained a mystery, even to Sonja herself...until now. Now, the terrifying truth will be revealed…but Sonja may wish that those memories (and some other nasty things) had stayed buried forever!

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PETER CANNON: THUNDERBOLT #10 (of 10)

Steve Darnall, Alex Ross (w)

Jonathan Lau (a)

Alex Ross, Jonathan Lau (c)

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FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Teen+

As Thunderbolt squares off against the Hooded One, he reflects on the dragon that he unleashed upon the world— the very dragon he must now stop from destroying it! Meanwhile, the General is prepared to stop any perceived threat by any means necessary, and Peter Cannon turns to new friends...and an old one.

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DARK SHADOWS #18

Mike Raicht (w)

Nacho Tenorio (a)

Francesco Francavilla (c)

FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Teen+

The fate of Nicholas Blair… in the hands of Barnabas Collins! Despite Blair's noble intentions, his attempts to help have only made things worse. Given the chance, will Barnabas send Nicholas back to hell, or allow the man one more chance to make amends for past sins?

#1 Posted by G_Money_Christmas (884 posts) - - Show Bio

I've tried collecting Lone Ranger and Green Hornet. I liked the books, just not enough to cut it when I slimmed down my pull list. I love how Dynamite is so prompt about putting out previews and showing quite a few pages instead of the 2 we sometimes get. These previews have been on CBR since like Saturday and I love that about Dynamite.

#2 Edited by BattheMan008 (309 posts) - - Show Bio

That Green Hornet:Dark Nights miniseries looks great...but I'm already picking up 8 books this week! What a dilemma!

#4 Posted by NightFang (10198 posts) - - Show Bio

So much to read so little time.

#5 Edited by Miss_Garrick (1757 posts) - - Show Bio

The Lone Ranger and Dark Shadows look interesting, but the Shadow/Green Hornet? No. I am very tired of the whole conspiracy-has-been-behind-every-rotten-event-of-the-last-two-centuries thing. That is so lame.

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#7 Posted by ccraft (5497 posts) - - Show Bio

Thanks @g_man , I love seeing these articles of extended previews. I'm really interested in The Shadow/Green Hornet, Red Sonja and Thunderbolt. I'm going to try and get some issues soon and see how I like it.

The Black Bat and Dark Shadows looks interesting, I'm going to add most of these to my collect later list.

P.S. Do you remember that one book about an Indian who was injured or something and then white people attacked his village? I think it was on an article like this before.

#8 Posted by jwalser3 (5259 posts) - - Show Bio

I feel like The Shadow could solo the Mask-verse.

#9 Edited by DonFelipe (1197 posts) - - Show Bio

Dark Shadows looks cool. It's one of those books I always wanted to check out. The will come for sure; maybe it'll be too late for the guy on right. I think there's one trade available for the current ongoing...

On a side note, I really wish Francavilla would do the interior art for The Lone Ranger, too. Francavilla drawing the Lone Ranger would be a perfect fit but I'm not interested in Tenorio's art style at all.

Last not least Red Sonja's green eyes are beautiful. It's my favorite Red Sonja cover right after Fiona Staples' variant a few issues ago.

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

Dynamite, you're killing me with such awesome books. My funds are practically depleted as such and you STILL manage to come out with such greatness to woo me! ^_^

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