This week Dynamite has multiple books coming out and we have exclusive extended previews for the three I'm looking forward to the most. Doc Savage: The Spider's Web #1 gives us more pulpy tales of the Man of Bronze, Ande Parks and Esteve Polls takes us into the Seduction of the Innocent and the second issue of the very popular James Bond series by Warren Ellis and Jason Masters.
Doc Savage: The Spider's Web #1
writer: Chris Roberson artist: Cezar Razek covers: Wilfredo Torres and Marc Laming
While responding to a devastating earthquake in South America, Doc Savage and company discover that not only was the disaster far from natural, but that it seems to be linked to a menace that Doc faced many years before. As he begins to investigate, Doc discovers that a number of closed cases that he had considered to be isolated threats were in fact part of a larger web that he never suspected
James Bond #2
writer: Warren Ellis artist: Jason Masters covers: Dom Reardon, Francesco Francavilla, Gabriel Hardman, Dan Panosian
James Bond is in Berlin, alone, unarmed and with no idea of the forces ranged in secret against him. If he can make it to the Embassy, he might survive for a few hours more. But he's getting into that car with that woman, which means he has only minutes to live…
Seduction of the Innocent #1
writer: Ande Parks artist: Esteve Polls cover: Francesco Francavilla
San Francisco, 1953. FBI Agent Thomas Jennings has just arrived in the city, fresh-faced and ready to tackle crime in the big city… he thinks. In fact, Jennings is not nearly prepared for what he's about to encounter. The city's crime lords are being systematically murdered, and the killers waiting to fill the void are the pure stuff of Jennings' nightmares. Jennings will be forced to question every belief he holds dear to protect his wife and unborn child from the madness. Gritty, sometimes depraved crime fiction in the tradition of James Elroy, Jim Thompson and EC-era crime and horror comics, from writer of Capote in Kansas and Cuidad, the team that brought you The Death of Zorro and The Lone Ranger!