"Dynamo 5" #1 Second Printing Announced

Wed, March 14th, 2007 at 12:00am PDT

Comic Books
CBR News Team, Editor

Official Press Release

BERKELEY, CA -- 13 MARCH, 2007 -- Image Comics is pleased to announce

that the first issue of DYNAMO 5 has sold out at Diamond. Featuring

an action-packed superhero story with an astonishing cliffhanger

ending, fans are certain to be back for more. Writer Jay Faerber and

and artist Mahmud A. Asrar officially have a hit! A new printing of

DYNAMO 5 #1 with an all new cover will soon be available through

Diamond Comics Distributors.

"Mahmud and I put everything we had into this book and we're thrilled

folks are digging it!" says writer Jay Faerber. "Thanks to all the

fans and retailers for supporting D5! And if you thought the end to

number one was shocking, just wait until you see what we've got


Brian K. Vaughan, story editor of Lost and writer of Y: THE LAST MAN

says that DYNAMO 5 is "already one of the best superhero books on the


"Easily the best new idea for a superhero team book, executed

perfectly, and with style and mystery to spare," says Ed Brubaker,


DYNAMO 5 #1 will be available soon from Diamond Comic Distributers.

Retailers may order these issues by contacting their Diamond Customer

Service Representative by email at reorders@diamondcomics.com. Image

Comics advises that retailers check their orders for the rest of the

series as it continues to garner new readers. DYNAMO 5 #2 (FEB071905)

will be on stands APRIL 4th and is available for order increase.

DYNAMO 5 #1 (JAN071918)

Written by Jay Faerber

Pencils by Mahmud A. Asrar


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