Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR News with previews and solicitation information for two of their most ancitipated new issues, "Darkman Vs. The Army of Darkness" #3 and "Battlestar Galactica: Zarek" #2, both shipping tomorrow, February 14th. When you’re done checking out these advance looks, stop by CBR’s Indie Comics forum to discuss what you’ve seen with fellow fans.
Official Press Release
DARKMAN VS. THE ARMY OF DARKNESS #3
DIAMOND ORDER CODE: OCT06 3349
WRITTEN BY KURT BUSIEK WITH ROGER STERN, ART BY JAMES FRY; COVERS BY GEORGE
PEREZ AND NICK BRADSHAW (EQUAL RATIO)!
Dynamite presents the cross-over no one thought they would ever see – Ash and Darkman as we present Darkman Vs. the Army of Darkness #3! The Deadqueen decides that Ash and Darkman are becoming a royal pain in her dead @$$, so she sets out to create her own special "Army of Darkness" — And from one particular gravesite, she calls forth the burned and battered body of Robert G. Durant. Whoo-Boy, Darkman isn’t going to like that! All the mayhem is brought to you by writers Kurt Busiek and Roger Stern, artist James Fry and series cover artists George Perez and Nick Bradshaw!
NEW BATTLESTAR GALACTICA: ZAREK #2
DIAMOND ORDER CODE: OCT06 3337
WRITTEN BY BRANDON JERWA, ART BY ADRIANO BATISTA (w/ARIES MENDOSA); COVER
ART BY: STJEPAN SEJIC (50%) AND ADRIANO BATISTA (50%)!
From Dynamite Entertainment comes a new Battlestar Galactica mini-series starring Tom Zarek, the loyalty-testing revolutionary played by original series actor Richard Hatch.
As the First Cylon War draws to a close, Tom Zarek begins to walk the line between revolutionary and terrorist. Zarek’s Sagittaron Freedom Movement will begin its rise to power, making him a hero to some and a menace to others…but his burgeoning empire might crumble from the inside if he’s not careful! Passion, betrayal and violence all play their parts as the origin tale of this enigmatic Battlestar Galactica character continues!
Written by Brandon Jerwa, illustrated by Adriano Batista and featuring stunning and cinematic covers by both Batista and Stjepan Sejic, Tom Zarek: The Revolution Within is a must-read.