We have three exclusive extended previews for Dynamite titles coming out this week which include: Will Eisner's The Spirit #1, Swords of Sorrow: Dejah Thoris & Irene Adler #1 and Uncanny Season 2 #4.
WILL EISNER'S THE SPIRIT #1
Matt Wagner (w) Dan Schkade (a) Eric Powell, Matt Wagner w/ Brennan Wagner (c)
In celebration of the 75th anniversary of Will Eisner's iconic and ground-breaking character, Dynamite Entertainment is proud to present an all-new ongoing series featuring THE SPIRIT. Scripted by Eisner Award-winning author, Matt Wagner, this monthly title will delight longtime fans as well as help introduce a whole new generation of fans to the character. Set in the classic period of The Spirit's golden age, the 1940s, the first 12-issue story arc follows the strip's most beloved characters, Commissioner Dolan, his daughter Ellen, Ebony White and Sammy as they attempt to uncover why The Spirit has been missing, and presumed dead, for the past two years. Has the famous blue-masked hero finally fallen victim to one of the malicious felons or beautiful femme fatales from his lengthy rogues' gallery of enemies? In the words of Central City's most prominent headlines: "WHO KILLED THE SPIRIT?" Illustrated by Dan Schkade and colored by Brennan Wagner, this series will strive to honor the vital and prestigious legacy of one of comicdom's most talented and influential creators – Will Eisner.
UNCANNY: SEASON TWO #4 (of 6)
Andy Diggle (w) Aaron Campbell (a) Jock, Ben Oliver (c)
Holly learns she's been playing for the wrong team, Weaver discovers the truth about the night his father was shot, and together they edge closer to locating the source of their uncanny powers. Andy Diggle (Snap Shot, The Losers) continues the tale of Dominic Weaver, the man with six billion borrowed skill sets… a con-man with supernatural abilities, drawn into a global conspiracy!
SWORDS OF SORROW: DEJAH THORIS & IRENE ADLER #2 (of 3)
Leah Moore (w) Francesco Manna (a) Jay Anacleto (c)
On Barsoom, the Princess of Helium is missing, and Irene Adler is the number one suspect. As Adler struggles to maintain her liberty and capture her own quarry, there are now two Martians roaming the dark, puddled streets of London, and Princess Dejah Thoris is not dressed for the weather. An official tie-in to the epic Swords of Sorrow crossover event, written by acclaimed writer Leah Moore (Doctor Who, Sherlock Holmes).