Dynamite has two new #1's debuting this week and we have exclusive extended previews of each. First up is the return of Ash Williams in Army of Darkness: Furious Road by Nancy A Collins and Kewber Baal. Then we get the newly re-design Vampirella by Kate Leth and Eman Casallos.
Army of Darkness: Furious Road #1
writer: Nancy A. Collins artist: Kewber Baal covers: Tyler Crook (a), Gabriel Hardman (b), Francesco Francavilla (c), Tony Fleecs (d) subscription cover: Robert Hack incentive cover: Tyler Crook (B/W art), Gabriel Hardman (B/W art), Francesco Francavilla ("virgin art")
Twenty years from "now": The Deadites and their Army of Darkness have succeeded in bringing down Western civilization. An unexpected upshot of the demons taking over was supernatural species such as vampires, witches, and werewolves forming an uneasy alliance with humanity in order to survive. The only hope for both mankind and monsters alike is a ritual that will send the Deadites back to the hell that birthed them. But first, a rag-tag crew that includes the Frankenstein Monster and Eva, the Daughter of Dracula, have to track down the fabled spell book known as the Necronomicon Ex-Mortis and deal with its guardian, a certain Ashley "Ash" Williams.
Vampirella Vol. 3 #1
writer: Kate Leth artist: Eman Casallos covers: Chrissie Zullo (a), Jay Anacleto (b) (connects with January's Red Sonja #1 and February's Dejah Thoris #1!), Tula Lotay (c) subscription cover: Tony Fleecs (d) (connects with January's Red Sonja #1 and February's Dejah Thoris #1!) incentive covers: Ming Doyle, Nicola Scott
Vampirella takes Hollywood in this new adventure of the classic demon-hunting, monster-slaying, thrill-seeking vampire queen. When her stately manor is attacked, she begins to unravel a plot as old as the silver screen, discovering what monsters really lurk in the shadows of the City of Angels. Writer Kate Leth (Adventure Time, Edward Scissorhands, Hellcat) says, "Can Vampirella be both a cult icon on the rise and take down an empire of ghouls and ghosts? Signs point to: Hell, yes!"