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Get Troma-fied! Dynamite Entertainment Sets The Art of Troma for September!

Dynamite Entertainment, in partnership with Troma Entertainment (where, among others,  James Gunn, Trey Parker, Eli Roth and Oliver Stone) will release The Art of Troma and The Art of Troma Limited Edition in September.

Written by New York Times Bestselling author and Troma aficionado Fred Van Lente (Archer & Armstrong, Cowboys and Aliens), this incredible 256-page collection features never-before-seen film stills, rare posters, candid interviews, and buckets and buckets and BUCKETS of fake blood.

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First Look: Valiant’s War Mother!

From the irradiated jungles of South America comes Valiant Entertainment’s newest hero, War Mother.

Two millennia from today, Earth is not the hospitable home we once we knew. Ravaged by an endless onslaught of war, disaster, and time, the world is littered with desolate badlands, fortified kingdoms, and secretive enclaves where humanity still clings to life…

Now, under the leadership of the lone protector called War Mother and her sentient sniper rifle, the denizens of The Grove face a critical choice: remain where they are and die, or find a new land and flourish.

War Mother is a four-issue limited series from Fred Van Lente (Archer & Armstrong) and Steven Segovia (Ninjak, Action Comics). The first issue will be in comics shops on August 23rd.

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Dark Horse’s Creepy Magazine Celebrates 50th Anniversary!

50th Anniversary Cover

Uncle Creepy has been scaring kids of all ages from the pages of Creepy Magazine for fifty years! To celebrate this horrific occasion, Dark Horse has assembled stories from Fred Van Lente (Conan the Avenger), Corinna Bechko (Star Wars: Legacy), Peter Bagge (Bat Boy), and Art Baltazar (Itty Bitty Hellboy) – and promised a ‘horrible host of sinister surprises.’

Follow the jump for details.

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