SHALVEY Joins MOONEY In HALF PAST DANGER II: DEAD TO REICHS

"Half Past Danger 2 #1" cover
Credit: Declan Shalvey (IDW Publishing)

Stephen Mooney is welcoming long-time friend Declan Shalvey in to help launch the second volume of his creator-owned IDW title Half Past Danger. Scheduled to launch in September, Half Past Danger II: Dead to Reichs #1 features covers by Mooney, Shalvey, and Nick Runge. .

"At the end of the first series, Tommy 'Irish" Flynn had decimated the entire dinosaur population, the team had been betrayed by MI6 agent Elizabeth Huntington-Moss and the future was looking decidedly bleak," Mooney told Newsarama. "The first issue of series 2 takes place around three months later, with Tommy and John Noble trying to pick up the pieces. Things manage to get even worse when the dino intel that Moss stole somehow finds its way into the hands of the Nazi Okkultismus science division and work recommences in earnest on their doomsday chemical weapon. Not good."

Here is the solicitation for that first issue. Look for IDW Publishing's full September 2017 solicitations later this month, here on Newsarama.

Half Past Danger II: Dead to Reichs #1 —Cover A: Stephen Mooney
Stephen Mooney (w & a & c)
Nobody talks about how many dinosaurs died in WWII. But three months after Sergeant Tommy Irish Flynn and Captain John Noble wiped them out while foiling a Nazi plan, the boys are back, hot on the trail of some Dino DNA stolen by their former ally, Agent Elizabeth Huntington-Moss! The Nazis must be stopped before they can unleash their doomsday weapon!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99
 
Half Past Danger II: Dead to Reichs #1 (of 5)—Cover B: Nick Runge
Stephen Mooney (w & a) • Nick Runge (c)
FC • 32 pages • $3.99
 
Bullet points:
·  The stakes are high, the board is set, and the action is hard-boiled. The time is HALF PAST DANGER.
·  Of the first volume, UnleashTheFanboy.com said: “a total triumph of imagination, with great design, stunning art, and so much potential. IDW has struck gold with this miniseries.”
·  Variant cover by Declan Shalvey!

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