Dynamite has announced Savage Tales: Winter Special featuring more thrilling tales of Dynamite’s biggest stars as well as legends of the pulps.
This December’s special will feature two up-and-coming artists and graduates of the prestigious Kubert School, Mariano Benitez Chapo and Hamish Munro-Cook. They’ll be teaming up with fan-favorite writers Scott Bryan Wilson and David Avallone for two of the four tales in this action packed new one-shot that will be debuting with covers by Arthur Suydam, Liam Sharp,and Rafael Kayanan.
Savage Tales is back with four tales of brutality, thrills and spills. The party starts with “Devil Juice” by Wilson and artist Max Fuchs as Vampirella’s sister Draculina wants revenge on an enemy demon but has to go through a wall of body builders first. Wilson then teams with Benitez Chapo for “Crypt Junkies” as Vampirella accompanies a TV crew when they open a 1,000-year-old sarcophagus… with bloody results. Avallone and Munro-Cook bring us a new story of Captain Gulliver Jones and the savage world of Mars in “His War Chapter II.” Then Avallone and artist Eman Casallos take us to the dying world of Barsoom for more adventures with John Carter, Warlord of Mars and his mate Dejah Thoris.
Savage Tales: Winter Special warms up shelves this December 2022.
Writers: Scott Bryan Wilson and David Avallone Artists: Will Rios, Al Barrionuevo, Mario Benitez Chapo, Hamish Munro-Cook Covers: Arthur Suydam, (A), Liam Sharp (B), Rafael Kayanan (C) 40 pages | Action / Adventure | $4.99 | Teen+
FEATURING THE STAR ARTISTS OF TOMORROW FROM THE LEGENDARY KUBERT SCHOOL! NEW TALES OF RED SONJA, VAMPIRELLA, AND MORE! Savage Tales is back! This all-new one-shot features four tales of brutality, thrills and spills and includes the Dynamite debut of two up-and-coming artists from the renowned Kubert School! • Red Sonja in “The Executioner’s Sword,” by writer Scott Brian Wilson and artist Al Barrionuevo: Magic mixed with swordcraft makes for horrific unintended consequences as Red Sonja must defeat an insatiable hunger! • Vampirella in “Horrible People Doing Horrible Things To Horrible People,” by writer Scott Brian Wilson and Kubert School artist Mariano Benitez Chapo: Harkening back to the spirit of the Warren Magazine era, Vampirella serves out a lesson in morality as only she can! • Allan Quatermain in “Missionaries of Madness,” by David Avallone and Will Rio: The legendary hunter stalks the Cthulhu Cult! Can one man with a rifle stand against the coming of the Great Old Ones? • Captain Gullivar Jones in “His War,” by David Avallone and Kubert School artist Hamish Cook: Years after his adventure on Mars, the fabled swashbuckler finds a new and darker war to fight…one that might just lead him back to his own redemption.
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