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Six-Pack And Dogwelder: Garth Ennis returns to DC with his Hard-Traveling Heroz

May 17th, 2016 by Phil Robinson Comments

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If there’s one thing that Garth Ennis is good at, it’s taking a well established comic concept and turning it on it’s head. Well, he returns to DC, for a new title, Six-Pack And Dogwelder: Hard-Traveling Heroz.

In a story broken by Weird Science DC Comics, Ennis will be scribing the sequel to his All-Star Section Eight series, with regular conspirator Russ Braun.

SIX-PACK AND DOGWELDER: HARD-TRAVELING HEROZ

Here’s the rundown, as we know it:

SIX-PACK AND DOGWELDER: HARD-TRAVELING HEROZ #1

Writer: GARTH ENNIS
Artist: RUSS BRAUN
Cover: STEVE DILLON
Variant Cover: NEAL ADAMS

COMING IN AUGUST: In the tradition of the original Hard-Traveling Heroes, Green Lantern and Green Arrow, Sixpack and Dogwelder are ready to bring their allegedly socially aware brand of justice to the lands beyond Gotham City!
After the events of ALL-STAR SECTION EIGHT, Sixpack is fighting to keep what’s left of his team together. Dogwelder has gone in search of his past, while newlyweds Bueno Excellente and Guts are dealing with some fidelity issues. Could Section Eight be done for good?

But everything changes when a mysterious trenchcoat-wearing chain smoker offers our favorite dog enthusiast some clues about his true nature. Is Dogwelder everything he seems? Or is he meant for something greater?

On sale AUGUST 24. 32 pages, FC, 1 of 6, $3.99 US • RATED T+

SIX-PACK AND DOGWELDER: HARD-TRAVELING HEROZ

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