MTV Geek is pleased to give you an exclusive first look at “Game Of Thrones” #16, Bionic Man #20, and other Dynamite titles hitting stores in March:
GEORGE R.R. MARTIN’S A GAME OF THRONES #16
Writer: George R.R. Martin, Daniel Abraham
Artist: Tommy Patterson
Synopsis: News of Eddard Stark’s arrest for treason has spread to Castle Black, where Jon Snow, now a member of the Night’s Watch, finds that the onus of bastardy is nothing compared to being the son of an accused traitor. But that is the least of his problems. For the frozen corpses of two rangers, brought back for examination, prove lively enough to commit murder. Meanwhile, in Winterfell, Robb Stark calls his bannermen and marches south . . . though the wildling woman Osha argues that the real fight lies to the north, against the mysterious Others. But with Eddard and Sansa held hostage, Robb knows that only victory on the battlefield can save them. And so, together with his mother, Lady Catelyn, Robb prepares an audacious roll of the dice.
THE BIONIC MAN #20
Writer: Aaron Gillespie
Artist: Ed Tadeo
Synopsis: As events in Libue spiral out of control, the Bionic Man is pushed to the limits to put an end to a madman’s deadly schemes. With Washington D.C. in the crosshairs, Steve will learn that no victory comes without some price and nothing is clean in this business. Find out what happens as Desert Deathtrap reaches its exciting conclusion!
PETER CANNON: THUNDERBOLT #7 (OF 10)
Writer: Steve Darnall & Alex Ross
Artist: Jonathan Lau
Synopsis: In “Pyramid Schemes,” Peter Cannon is in Egypt, where he learns some disturbing facts about the missing Princess Ahmoset. Meanwhile, as Thunderbolt, his plans to summon the dragon once more bring him into contact with the explosive Sons of Adam!
Writer: Robert Jordan, Chuck Dixon
Artist: Francis Nuguit
Synopsis: The Prophecy Has Been Fulfilled! The Dragon has been reborn! The Dark One has been dealt a great blow, and the people of the world rejoice, finally, in the coming of spring! It has been a long journey for Rand al’Thor and his friends, and it has changed them all forever. Join us now for the conclusion to this adaptation of Robert Jordan’s epic fantasy, The WHEEL OF TIME: THE EYE OF THE WORLD!
Writer: Jim Butcher and Mark Powers
Art: Joseph Cooper
Synopsis: Harry’s traveled from his home turf of Chicago to investigate a series of inexplicable murders in a small Missouri town. He’s already managed to turn half the burg against him, with the other half’s motives even murkier. And that’s not even taking the Ghoul and Goblin who’ve both separately nearly killed him. Unfortunately, they may have succeeded in murdering the eldest of the cursed family he’s trying to protect—a man who harbors his own dark secrets. It’s time for Harry to seek the help of a higher authority…