First Look: Dynamite's The Good, the Bad and the Ugly #1

Peek: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly #1

Calero Cover

After 11 issues of running with the title The Man With No Name, Dynamite’s comic series featuring the nameless cowboy immortalized by Clint Eastwood in the Sergio Leone Westerns will get a new name – a familiar new name in July: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.

Under the new name, the series will re-start with a new #1 issue, which will kick off the arc, “Dead Man’s Hand” by Chuck Dixon and Esteve Polls. Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, we’ve got your first look at the covers to #1 by Dennis Calero, Francesco Francavila and Sergio Cariello.

Francavilla cover

The solicitation for the issue reads:


Written by Chuck Dixon

Art by Esteve Polls

Main cover by Dennis Calero (50%)

Variant covers by Francesco Francavila (25%) & Sergio Cariello (25%)

Foil cover by Dennis Calero

Black & white retailer incentive covers by Dennis Calero & Sergio Cariello

From the classic movie, the Good, The Bad, and The Ugly! The Man with No Name rides again, this time under the veteran hand of writer Chuck (G.I.Joe) Dixon in a brand-new Dynamite #1!

Cariello cover

Featuring incredible art by Esteve Polls, and iconic covers by Lone Ranger artist Sergio Cariello, Zorro artist Francesco Francavilla and Wolverine Noir artist Dennis Calero, Dixon tells the tale of “DEAD MAN’S HAND” in a five part arc that continues the strong direction Dynamite’s westerns are known for!

32 pages FC


Also Available: Blank cover edition with a hand-drawn sketch

Retailers, check order form for ordering incentives.

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