Wednesday, December 30th, 2015 at 5:25 pm
Below you’ll find the solicitations information and cover artwork for all of Dynamite comic book titles that were released on December 30, 2015. I’m really enjoying the Vampirella storyline with Aliens, or is it the Aliens storyline with Vampirella. Whichever, it’s been fun. I also got my first taste of Warren Ellis writing James Bond. Well done, sir. Well done, indeed.
Writer: Corinna Bechko
Artist: Javier Garcia-Miranda
Letterer: Simon Bowland
Colorist: InLight Studios
Cover: Gabriel Hardman and Jordan Boyd $3.99
The death toll mounts, and the fate of the Xenomorph that hatched from within Vampirella stands revealed!
Meanwhile, the Martian Base pays the price for its mistrust of Vampirella as she and Lars deal with a horrifying threat that predates human history.
Vampirella, ancient vampires, clueless astronauts and a whole crapton of aliens all stuck on Mars? Well, at least the red planet will help camouflage the blood…right?
James Bond 007: Vargr #3
Author: Warren Ellis
Artist: Jason Masters
Colors: Guy Major
Letters: Simon Bowland
Cover: Dom Reardon $3.99
Bond is on his way to break up a small, agile drug-trafficking operation in Berlin. The truth about what he’s walking into is bigger, scarier and much more lethal. Berlin is about to catch fire, and James Bond is trapped inside. Dynamite Entertainment proudly continues the “VARGR” storyline, the debut chapter of the ongoing James Bond saga as written by industry legend Warren Ellis and illustrated by Jason Masters!
Bond. James Bond. Britain’s most notable and versatile spy finds himself embroiled in an assignment where not everyone can be trusted as he was led to believe. Instincts staying true, he is able to make the best of a bad situation.
Seduction Of The Innocent #2
Writer: Ande Parks
Artist: Esteve Polls
Colorist: Salvatore Aiala Studios
Letterer: Simon Bowland
Cover Francesco Francavilla $3.99
San Francisco, 1953. F.B.I. Agent Thomas Jennings has been in town all of forty-eight hours. He’s been stabbed, chased, and betrayed, witnessing more horrors than he ever could have imagined. Now, in a desperate race to find two abandoned children in the vast jungle of the city, Jennings struggles to hold onto his own humanity, his own”¦ innocence. Tough, relentless crime storytelling in the tradition of Jim Thompson and James Ellroy, from the team that brought you The Death of Zorro and The Lone Ranger.
The search for missing children takes our agent into the darkest of places. Recent personal events cause him to be off his game currently, will it cost him his life or the lives of others?
A Train Called Love #4
Writer: Garth Ennis
Artist: Mark Dos Santos
Colors: Salvatore Aiala Studios
Letters: Rob Steen
Cover: Russ Braun and Andrew Elder $3.99
Revelations abound as Marcy and Penny check out the local rock scene, Call-Me-Dave discovers Huck Yeager’s true intentions, and Myles and Valerie’s surveillance turns up something rather unexpected. Meanwhile, Marv, Mike, Chip and Jev get in over their heads with Mr. Monsta – whose surprising preoccupation with taxidermy sets alarm bells ringing. It’s Part Four of the greatest love story since God met the Virgin Mary, by Garth Ennis and Mark Dos Santos!
Legenderry Green Hornet
Writer: Daryl Gregory
Artist: Brent Peeples
Cover: Joe Benitez $17.99
From the pages of Bill Willingham’s Legenderry: A Steampunk Adventure… it’s Green Hornet and Kato, goggles-deep in an all-out gang war. Against a Neo-Victorian backdrop of clockworks and bowler hats, writer Daryl Gregory and artist Brent Peeples take the classic pulp crusaders and their war against crime – infiltrating the enemy in their colorful masked guises — to whole new levels of whimsy and wonder!
When Little Lord Homicide makes his claim as heir to the Big City’s underworld, the pint-sized child psychopath incites a gang war against the reigning Veiled Lady… and draws our disguised heroes into a web of intrigue and revenge. As urban warriors from every dank alleyway pour into the violent cobblestone streets, a mysterious new player known as the Brass Hornet makes the chaos decidedly personal by offering a king’s ransom for the Green Hornet’s head!