This weeks of exclusive extended previews from Dynamite features the first of the new Battlestar Galactica (Classic) series by Cullen Bunn and Alex Sanchez, the new Evil Ernie: Godeater by Justin Jordan and Colton Worley and Warren Ellis and Jason Masters continue on their second James Bond arc.
Battlestar Galactica (Classic) #1
writer: Cullen Bunn artist: Alex Sanchez covers: Alex Sanchez (a), Butch Guice (b), Juan Doe (c)
The Galactica’s search for sanctuary takes them beyond the limits of known reality and into a cosmic mystery where the hunters become the hunted, ruin and despair dot the skies, and Adama goes where friend and family can’t follow. Cullen Bunn (Sinestro Corps, The Sixth Gun, Deadpool & The Mercs for Money) and Alex Sanchez (Mad Max: Ride, 30 Days Of Night: Spreading the Disease, Katana) invite you on a journey unlike any in the annals of Battlestar Galactica!
Evil Ernie: Godeater #1
writer: Justin Jordan (main story), Keith Davidsen (back-up story) artist: Colton Worley (main story), Cezar Razek (back-up story) covers: Lucio Parrillo (a), Ben Templesmith (b)
Something bad is coming. Something that could kill Heaven and Hell and the Earth itself: The Godeater. And the only thing standing its way is… Evil Ernie? We’re probably all screwed. Dynamite Entertainment proudly welcomes Justin Jordan, the Harvey Award-winning writer of such horror hits as The Strange Talent of Luther Strode and Shadowman, as he debuts the all-new “Godeater” storyline, an event so epic in scope, it promises to shake the very foundations of the Chaos! universe!
EVIL ERNIE #1 comes jam-packed with additional content! As if one potential doomsday wasn’t enough, Dynamite delves into the Chaos mythology in “Last Ditch Bitch,” a serialized back-up feature that introduces Liv Halvorsen, lead singer of a Scandinavian Death Metal band… and an unwitting pawn in Ragnarok! Plus, this issue will include an in-depth interview with Justin Jordan about Evil Ernie, the Chaos! Comics universe, and more!
James Bond #8
writer: Warren Ellis artist: Jason Masters cover: Dom Reardon
James Bond is trapped in Los Angeles with a MI6 agent under fire and a foreign intelligence service trying to put them both in bags… and possibly more than one foreign intelligence service. And things may not be any safer in Britain, with bodies dropping and ghosts moving in the political mist…