Dynamite’s Solicitations for September 2011

Dynamite Entertainment posted their solicitations for September 2011. There are four Red Sonja items:

Red Sonja #63
Red Sonja #63 Walter Geovani coverRed Sonja #63 Wagner Reis cover
Written by Eric Trautmann, art by Walter Geovani, covers by Geovani and Wagner Reis.

There are countless secrets buried in the time-lost sands of Stygia, a land of dark magic and powerful gods…and it will take all of Red Sonja’s skill and daring to avoid being buried with them. The She-Devil With A Sword has faced numerous foes and bested them all, but now she faces her toughest enemy yet: the consequences of her past actions. Traveling to a hidden fortress deep in the Stygian desert, she faces a cabal of zealots and the kin of a fallen enemy. Her goal: a long-hidden weapon of terrible destructive power, which may also be the key to Red Sonja’s redemption…

Queen Sonja #23
Queen Sonja #23 Lucio Parrillo cover
Written by Luke Lieberman, art by Fritz Casas, covers by Lucio Parrillo and Adriano Batista.

The empire strikes back! A flaw emerges in Sonja’s plan, her ruse has pulled the emperor’s forces south and exposed the capital – but that means his army is at Sogoria’s doorstep. Her allies desperately try to hold the fort, while Sonja storms the imperial capital.

Red Sonja: Revenge of the Gods Trade Paperback
Red Sonja: Revenge of the Gods TPB
Written by Luke Lieberman, art by David Sampere, cover by Lucio Parillo.

Defeat is eating away at the trickster god Loki. He hates being banished to the barbaric, backward lands of Hyboria. He hates the food, the wine, the women… and he hates Red Sonja most of all for putting him in the position! He dreams of revenge, and putting this backwater land under his heel. Sometimes dreams come true. The sequel to Red Sonja: Wrath of the Gods, this trade paperback collects the 5-issue series, along with bonus material and a complete cover gallery.

Red Sonja Statue Inspired by J. Scott Campbell — Diamond Eyes Edition
Red Sonja Statue Inspired by J. Scott Campbell -- Diamond Eyes Edition
Sculpted by Tom Snyder and Joy Snyder.

This beautiful statue was inspired by the incredible Red Sonja artwork of J. Scott Campbell. Tom and Joy Snyder sculpted, painted and painstakingly reviewed every detail of this statue under the watchful eye of J. Scott, creating one of the most compelling and beautiful Red Sonja statues of all time. Measuring approximately 8.5″ tall with a base 4″ long x 6″ wide, this magnificent piece shows that we created a piece that fans will appreciate for years to come.

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