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Preview: Rainbow Brite #5

Rainbow Brite #5

writer: Jeremy Whitley
artist: Brittney Williams, Christine Hipp, Valentina Pinto
covers: Paulina Ganucheau (A), “Classic” Cover (B)
Paulina Ganucheau (RI-Virgin)
“Classic” Cover (RI-Virgin)
FC | 32 pages | $3.99 | All Ages

Wisp’s exploration of Rainbow Land continues! Even in the face of danger, she makes new friends and allies. Get ready for the first meeting of Rainbow Brite and the greatest horse in the galaxy…Starlite!

Rainbow Brite #5

Preview: Livewire #4

LIVEWIRE #4

Written by VITA AYALA
Art by RAÚL ALLÉN & PATRICIA MARTÍN
Letters by SAIDA TEMOFONTE
Cover A by ADAM POLLINA
Cover B by KALMAN ANDRASOFSZKY
B/W Cover C by ADAM POLLINA
Pre-order Variant Cover by PAULINA GANUCHEAU
On sale March 13, 2019 

No friends, no teammates, no mentor…and soon, no hope!

Once, Livewire dreamed of devoting herself to the betterment of humankind. Now, her most steadfastly held ideals are about to be tested like never before as she struggles to stay alive in the clutches of a fearsome new foe! But who is the mysterious psiot mercenary hunting her…and more importantly, who do they work for?

The Women of Dynamite Meet the Women of Riverdale

Dynamite Entertainment is delivering one of the most unexpected and exciting crossover of the year…Red Sonja and Vampirella Meet Betty and Veronica

Dynamite’s first ever crossover with Archie Comics could not be any bigger. The flagship Women of Dynamite come face to face with Riverdale’s leading ladies to solve a string of paranormal, unsolved murders. When Drakulon and Hyrkania drop off their famous vampire hunter and sword-wielding barbarian into the small, sleepy town something is surely afoot.

Amy Chu returns to the fiery-haired She-Devil to write even more of a fish out of water tale than her fan favorite Worlds Away arc. Joining her on the art side is Maria Laura Sanapo who just drew theVampirella Valentine’s Day Special. Together these two women will chronicle the incomparable charm of their four leading ladies.

Fay Dalton kicks things off with her painterly style perfectly accentuating the crimson mane of Sonja and the teenage pep of the Riverdale girls in the locker room. Also represented are Archie Horror legends Francesco Francavilla, Robert Hack, and Laura Braga. Paulina Ganucheau brings her always adorable style with a cover featuring fashionable reinterpretations for Red Sonja and Vampirella’s timeless costumes. Dynamite continues its tradition of fun cosplay covers with women portraying the four heroines for this series. Last but certainly not least, no series starring the Archie characters would be complete without a contribution from the legendary Dan Parent, who has written and drawn everyone’s favorite teens for over 30 years!

Red Sonja and Vampirella Meet Betty and Veronica

Preview: Peter Cannon Thunderbolt #2

Peter Cannon Thunderbolt #2

writer: Kieron Gillen
artist: Caspar Wijngaard
covers: Chip Zdarsky (A), Paulina Ganucheau (B), Caspar Wijngaard (C)
Caspar Wijngaard (RI-Virg), Chip Zdarsky (RI-Virgin), Paulina Ganucheau (RI-Virg)
FC | 32 pages | $3.99 | Teen +

Humanity is at a crossroads, between life and annihilation. The threat comes not from space, but from a place absolutely inconceivable to anyone other than Peter Cannon: Thunderbolt. Only he can take Earth’s remaining heroes to confront that which threatens us all…but when he knows so much more than they do, should he? Also: strike a light, how hot is Tabu now? This is what happens when you give “DREAM DADDY” as the main artistic direction.

Peter Cannon Thunderbolt #2

The Transformers and Ghostbusters Come Together in June

Transformers/Ghostbusters

Announced at Toy Fair with the reveal of the Ecto-1 Ectotron, IDW Publishing has officially announced Transformers/Ghostbusters and released a first look.

Written and illustrated by the long-time Ghostbusters creative team of Erik BurnhamDan Schoening, and Luis Antonio DelgadoTransformers / Ghostbusters will span five issues, with the first issue’s variant covers featuring the artistic talents of Dan SchoeningPaulina GanucheauNick Roche, and Alex Milne.

In the first chapter of the “Ghost of Cybertron” storyline, the Autobots – having escaped from the war that destroyed their home planet – trace a stray Cybertronian signal to the planet Earth. Investigating the otherworldly source will bring the Robots in Disguise face-to-face with the renowned professionals of paranormal investigation and elimination: Venkman, Spengler, Stantz, and Zeddmore!

The team-up that has been three-and-a-half decades in the making will tie in directly to the announced toy release, featuring appearances by the new Transformers character Ectotron… as well as yet-to-be-revealed crossover surprises that are sure to cause mass hysteria in both fandoms.

Both franchises launched in 1984 and see their 35th Anniversary in 2019.

Transformers/Ghostbusters

Preview: Rainbow Brite #4

Rainbow Brite #4

writer: Jeremy Whitley
artist: Xenia Pamfil
covers: Paulina Ganucheau (A), “Classic” Cover (B)
Paulina Ganucheau (RI-Virgin), “Classic” Cover (RI-Virgin)
FC | 32 pages | $3.99 | All Ages

Wisp’s exploration of Rainbow Land continues! Even in the face of danger, she makes new friends and allies. Get ready for the first meeting of Rainbow Brite and the greatest horse in the galaxy…Starlite!

Rainbow Brite #4

Preview: Peter Cannon Thunderbolt #1

Peter Cannon Thunderbolt #1

writer: Kieron Gillen
artist: Caspar Wijngaard
covers: Sean Phillips (A), Dave McCaig (B), Butcher Billy (C), Paulina Ganucheau (D), Caspar Wijngaard (E)
Caspar Wijngaard (RI-B/W), Sean Phillips (RI-Virgin), Dave McCaig (RI-Virgin), Dave McCaig(RI-B/W), Paulina Ganucheau (RI-Virg)
FC | 32 pages | Superhero | $3.99 | Teen +

His level of genius is matched only by his heroics, and in humanity’s darkest hour, he’s the hero they need the most—alas, poor humanity. Peter Cannon—the man known as Thunderbolt—is only too happy to leave civilization to face its end. Kieron Gillen (The Wicked + the Divine) teams up with powerhouse artist Caspar Wijngaard (Doctor Aphra) as he returns to the superhero genre with a dark, humorous and relentless love song to the genre.

Well, “Love Song” in a Leonard Cohen Love Song kind of way. Peter Cannon, Thunderbolt: saving a world he hates.

Peter Cannon Thunderbolt #1

Preview: Hex Wives #4

Hex Wives #4

(W) Ben Blacker (A) Anthony Andora (CA) Paulina Ganucheau
In Shops: Jan 30, 2019
SRP: $3.99

After the catastrophic conclusion to last issue, Becky has a personal experience that proves not everything is as it seems in Desert Canyon. However, when she tries to explain what happened to Nadiya and Izzy, both are skeptical. After all, what kind of men keep secrets from their wives?

Hex Wives #4

Vita Ayala and Dynamite Bring Xena Back to Comics in April

Dynamite has announced a new Xena: Warrior Princess ongoing series for April written by Vita Ayala, illustrated by newcomer Olympia Sweetman, colored by Rebecca Nalty, and lettered by Ariana Maher.

Journey back to Ancient Greece with the reformed warlord. Take up your swords and chakrams to follow the newest adventures of the cult classic TV phenomenon and her trusted companion Gabrielle. As they will first have to investigate a mysterious village where children are miraculously strong. Could the infamously petty Greek Gods be involved, and if not how long before they stick their meddlesome hands in?

The first issue features a range of stunning covers from today’s top talents David Mack, Emanuela Lupacchino, Erica Henderson, Paulina Ganucheau, as well as Raúl Allén and Patricia Martin.

Xena Warrior Princess

Preview: Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor #2

DOCTOR WHO: THE THIRTEENTH DOCTOR #2

Writer: Jody Houser
Artists: Rachael Stott, Giorgia Sposito
Cover A: Paulina Ganucheau
Cover B: Photo
Cover C: Rachael Stott
Publisher: Titan Comics
FC, 32pp, $3.99, On Sale Dec 5

Eisner-nominated writer Jody Houser (Faith, Mother Panic, Stranger Things) leaps in with mind-blowing adventures for the Thirteenth Doctor and her brand new friends! A mysterious new time traveler appears – but can he be trusted when he says he’s human?

Illustrated by award-winning artist Rachael Stott (Doctor Who, Motherlands) and colorist Enrica Angiolini (Shades of Magic, Warhammer 40,000)!

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