Dynamite First Looks: Green Hornet, Bionic Man, and More!

Here's a first look at comics from Dynamite hitting shelves in February, including such favorites as "Green Hornet" and "Bionic Man":

DAMSELS #6

Covers: Joseph Michael Linsner

Writer: Leah Moore & John Reppion

Artist: Aneke

 From the tales of Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, The Little Mermaid and Snow White comes Damsels!

As Rapa, Red, Talia and Heinrich journey through the Enchanted Forest toward Villeneuve, Rapa's memories begin to return in earnest. The royal cavalcade is ambushed on the road to the kingdom, forcing Queens Talia and Rapunzel to fight for their lives. Meanwhile Queen Belle, plagued by her conscience begins to wonder if she herself might be cursed.

THE BIONIC MAN VS. THE BIONIC WOMAN #2 (OF 5)

Covers: Sean Chen (50%), Jonathan Lau (50%)

Writer: Keith Champagne

Art: Jose Luis

ARTIFICIAL (Part 2): With Steve Austin missing and feared dead, Oscar Goldman coerces Jamie Sommers back into the OSI to track him down. Each step Jamie takes brings her closer to the serial killer known as Trench-- and a bionic showdown that will shake the pillars of Heaven.

THE BIONIC MAN #19

Covers: Mike Mayhew (main), Ed Tadeo (1-in-10)

Writer: Aaron Gillespie

Artist: Ed Tadeo

After fighting his way into the heart of enemy territory, the Bionic Man is forced to go deep undercover. Once there, Steve positions himself to not only complete his mission but to help the war torn country of Libue in the process. Little does he know a new player has entered the game and they have the United States in the crosshairs!

SHERLOCK HOLMES: THE LIVERPOOL DEMON #3 (OF 5)

Covers: Francesco Francavilla

Writer: Leah Moore & John Reppion

Art: Matt Triano

At William Brown Museum, Holmes and Watson examine the clawed remains of curator Christopher Connor and find themselves on the trail of a mysterious missing object. Inspector Thornton has to deal with the bloody aftermath of crime lord Drummond's somewhat unorthodox approach to dog fighting, while down at the docks a visit is paid to a vessel by the name of Matilda Briggs.

GREEN HORNET #36

Covers: Stephen Sadowski

Writer: Jai Nitz

Artist: Jethro Morales

Snowfall blankets the city and peace is restored. The aftermath of the Hornet’s Reign arc leaves Century City without heroes and villains alike. That’s why there’s no one to stop the madman who is stealing bodies from the city’s morgues and funeral homes. Who can stop the dead from rising when the Green Hornet is dead?

THE LONE RANGER VOL 2 #14

Covers: Francesco Francavilla

Writer: Ande Parks

Artist: Esteve Polls

Continuing a series of stand-alone, single issue tales. Blood, dust and vengeance in the Wild West. The Lone Ranger and Tonto join a posse on the trail of a cold-blooded killer. What they find at the end of the chase is a ghost from Tonto's own past... a man Tonto had a chance to kill, but left alive at the cost of countless others. Now, the West's most iconic heroes must weigh the killer's fate again.Peter Cannon: Thunderbolt #6

GARTH ENNIS’ BATTLEFIELDS #4 (OF 6): THE FALL AND RISE OF ANNA KHARKOVA PART 1

Covers: Garry Leach

Writer: Garth Ennis

Artist: Russ Braun

The heroine of The Night Witches and Motherland flies straight into trouble as her aircraft is shot down behind German lines. Anna faces her worst nightmare as a prisoner of the Nazis, and events are set in motion that will see her made an outcast amongst her own people. The third and last installment of the Night Witches' story begins here.

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