Things Get Weirder in ‘Dial H’ #14

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Elephants and frogs and superheroes, oh my!

Elephants and frogs and superheroes, oh my!

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by Brendan McGinley

The last time we checked in on Dial H, would-be superheroes Nelson and Roxie were trying to figure out how their dials summoned a new set of superpowers while the creepy Centipede stalked them. This time around, they’ve got a handle (er…fingle?) on the dial, and it’s taken them to other dimensions. Turns out the dials aren’t just creating superpowers. They’ve been yanking heroes out of other realities for our protagonists to wear like disposable gloves. And since that’s not fair to any superhero that was just about to sit down to a hot meal, they aim to fix the process. But first, they have a society to save. Check it:


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This cover is a lot less symbolic than you might think. Just as surreal, though.

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A ghost-elephant and an origami man battling a giant fly. Your move, Hollywood.

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Not that these heroes wouldn’t harm a fly, just that it’s very difficult to do so.

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Good Bus should get his own limited series.

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It takes a gifted artist to make a frog look cute.

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Funeral for a steampunk.


Thanks, DC, for another cool preview! Go read the rest in Dial H  #14, out Wednesday.


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Awful puns like this are why we’re forever alone.

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