Thursday, June 14, 2012

The Spider #1 (Second Print) and Spider #2 from Dynamite Entertainment Sell Out

Following the sell out news of The Spider #1 (first printing) selling out, Dynamite Entertainment is proud to announce that The Spider #1 Second Print has sold out and The Spider #2 (1st Print) has also sold out at our distributor, but may still be available at a comic book store near you! The series is written by acclaimed writer David (Black Panther: The Man Without Fear) Liss and drawn by Colton Worley, with covers by John Cassaday, Francesco Francavilla and Ron Lesser!  The Spider, one of the greatest pulp characters of all time is now re-launched into the 21st century! Make sure to pick up Spider #1 Second Print and The Spider #2 while you still can at your local comic book shop!

In The Spider #2, the battle is on as the all-new Spider, re-launched into the 21st century, takes on the murderous and beautiful Anput! A demonic gas turns ordinary citizens into mindless zombies, and the Spider must play a losing game against a ticking clock in a desperate attempt to save lives. But will the Spider's technology, allies and determination be enough against Anput's ruthless quest for revenge? The pulp tradition is back, with nonstop action, hard choices and devastating sacrifices.

Preview Pages in Spider #1

Also, please note that The Spider #3 (MAY121043) and #4 (JUN121044) are also available for re-order and The Spider #5 (JUL120973) is available for order as well!  Be sure to pick up The Spider #1 Second Print and The Spider #2 while you still can as well as ensuring that you have enough copies of The Spider #3-5 for fans everywhere!

David Liss is an American writer of novels, essays and short fiction and comic books.  Most of Liss' novels to date are historical-mystery novels. Settings include 18th century London and America, and 17th century Amsterdam. One novel, The Ethical Assassin, is a contemporary mystery-thriller. His first book, A Conspiracy of Paper (2000), won the 2001 Edgar Award for Best First Novel. A member of the International Thriller Writers,
he is a regular attendee at Bouchercon and Thrillerfest.

He has written for Marvel comics for Black Panther: The Man Without Fear as well as Mystery Men, a five issue limited series from Marvel that is set in the Great Depression.  David currently writes The Spider for Dynamite Entertainment!
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