Exclusive First Look At Dynamite’s Pulp Heroes And Graphic Novels Shipping June 2017

Posted by March 19, 2017 Comment

And here is the final blast of exclusive first looks at the covers and solicitations for Dynamite’s Pulp Heroes and Graphic Novels shipping in June of 2017. This includes the wrapping up of two seres, Doc Savage: Ring of Fire by David Avallone and Dave Acosta and Will Eisner’s The Spirit: The Corpse-Makers by Francesco Francavilla.

DOC SAVAGE: RING OF FIRE #4 (of 4)
Cover A: Brent Schoonover Cover B: Anthony Marques Writer: David Avallone Art: Dave Acosta

Chapter Four: Phoenix in Flight John Sunlight wants to light up the Ring of Fire, causing havoc and destruction all along the West Coast. Can Doc Savage and Amelia Earhart stop him in time? Catch the apocalyptic climax of Avallone and Acosta’s DOC SAVAGE: RING OF FIRE!savage-ringfire-04-cov-a-schoonover savage-ringfire-04-cov-b-marques

WILL EISNER’S THE SPIRIT: THE CORPSE-MAKERS #5 (of 5)
Cover: Francesco Francavilla Writer: Francesco Francavilla Art: Francesco Francavilla

INTRIGUE! ACTION! HORROR! The PULP-tastic conclusion of one of Will Eisner’s THE SPIRIT’s most thrilling tales is here and has it all. Do not dare miss it!spiritcorpse05-cov-a-francavilla

THE GREAT DIVIDE TRADE PAPERBACK
Cover: Adam Markiewicz Writer: Ben Fisher Art: Adam Markiewicz

In the near future, humanity awakens to the horrifying reality that the faintest touch from another’s skin results in agonizing death. The survivors isolate themselves, many driven mad by fragments of memories absorbed from those they’ve killed. Two years after the “Divide”, a pair of thieves stumble upon the means to save their species… but not everyone is eager to see the old world order restored! Includes free digital bonus content to download, including the song “Teotwawki” (mood music for the apocalypse), a coloring book, RPG content, a self help book from the perspective of villain Sebastian Gibbs, dystopian short stories, and a song by the band City Below!greatdividetp-cov-temp4prevs

GREEN HORNET: REIGN OF THE DEMON TRADE PAPERBACK
Cover: Ken Lashley Writer: David Liss Art: Kewber Baal

Britt Reid, the masked crimefighter known as The Green Hornet, and his inseparable ally Kato return in an all-new tale by David Liss (Black Panther, The Spider) and Kewber Baal (Kiss)! If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, it could be the deadliest for Central City’s staunch defenders! Green Hornet’s personal vendetta against organized crime creates a void in Chicago, one filled by two more masked individuals: the vicious Demone and the cavalier Swashbuckler. While the former establishes himself as a most formidable foe, the latter claims to be a friend… but is he playing a far more subtle game?greenhornetrod-cov-ql-104pp-gloss

HOMIES TRADE PAPERBACK
Cover: Andrew Huerta Writer: David Gonzalez, Elliott Serrano Art: Andrew Huerta

It’s time to go back to the barrio with the Homies! The pop culture phenomenon that took the 1990s by storm returns with brand-new hijinks co-plotted by the creator of Homies himself, David Gonzales. In Barrio Quién Sabé, the entire community is one big familia, laughter and good times are the perfect cure for reality, and the Homies love their lowriders like they love their ladies: painted, sexy, curvy, and dressed to kill. Follow the colorful, oddball characters in four wild adventures: the wedding of Gata to would-be bachelor-for-life Hollywood, a charity match of rival luchadores to save the neighborhood community center, the haunting of the Mexican legend La Llorona, and the arrival of an illegal alien… of the extraterrestrial kind! Welcome to East Los Angeles, esé!homiestp-cov

(Last Updated March 19, 2017 10:33 am )

About Dan Wickline

Has quietly been working at Bleeding Cool for over three years. He has written comics for Image, Top Cow, Shadowline, Avatar, IDW, Dynamite, Moonstone, Humanoids and Zenescope. He is the author of the Lucius Fogg series of novels and a published photographer.

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