RUNNEMEDE, NJ - Dynamite Entertainment today released images and information announcing the December and January releases of The Boys #13 and The Boys #14.The most talked about comic of the year continuesfrom writer/co-creator Garth Ennis and artist/co-creator Darick Robertson! And joining them on the book for these two issues is special guest artist Peter Snejbjerg! Peter's credits include working on Garth Ennis' Preacher: One Man's War, as well as Midnighter, Starman (issues 50-80), JSA and Books of Magic.
"As Garth put it in the script: 'Unmistakable, obvious, disturbing'. That just about says it all, doesn't it? Seriously, though, this not only gives me a chance to draw that strip club scene, but a few other things I don't expect to draw again in any other American comic book. It's also that Garth just writes the best dialogue around, period. It's fun to draw Garth Ennis books because it's fun to read Garth Ennis books. And it's fun to get to play with the toys designed by Darick because they are such cool toys!" - Peter Snejbjerg
"This is the fifth time that Peter's guest-starred on one of my books, and it really is about time the two of us created something from the ground up. He's one of the best storytellers in the business, with a sense of character second to none- he certainly had no trouble nailing The Boys. It's a real treat to be working with him again." - Garth Ennis
In The Boys #13, Little Nina's backers are revealed, Butcher ruins Monkey's day, and the Boys find something nasty in the borscht. Can Hughie finish the job alone? And is he ready for the secret of... Love Sausage? And we don't even want to hint at what happens in #14. Let's just say, it's.... big!
Dynamite Entertainment is also proud to offer Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson's The Boys first trade paperback collection of issues #1 through #6, plus bonus material, including an introduction from writer, actor and producer Simon Pegg, the creator and star of Shaun of the Dead, Spaced and Hot Fuzz! Don't miss this dark, twisted look at superpowers, super-people, and the men and women who make sure the world's "heroes" never go too far.
THE BOYS #13 (OCT073397) Writer: Garth Ennis; Penciller: Darick Robertson and Peter Snjeberg; Covers: Darick Robertson; Colorist: Tony Avina
THE BOYS #14 (NOV073467) Writer: Garth Ennis; Penciller: Darick Robertson and Peter Snjeberg; Covers: Darick Robertson; Colorist: Tony Avina
THE BOYS VOL. 1 COLLECTION (LATEST PRINTING) (AUG073493)
Writer: Garth Ennis; Penciller: Darick Robertson
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