It's the thrilling conclusion to Dynamite's miniseries about the world's most famous detective's early years. Sherlock Holmes: Year One #6 is by Scott Beatty and Daniel Indro, with covers by Francesco Francavilla, Aaron Campbell, and Indro. Take your first look at the cover below, and then read on about this comic hitting stores in June!

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If you want a break from the capes and tights and guns and cosmic-type things, check out the tennis comic book 15 Love from Marvel Comics. A never-before-seen 3-issue miniseries by Skeleton Key/Buffy The Vampire Slayer's Andi Watson and artist Tommy Ohtsuka, each issue will be a whopping 56 pages long and chronicle the coming of age story of Mill Collins and her quest to be a tennis champion. Take your first look at preview pages for 15 Love #1 below, and then read on for more details about the book debuting in June!

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"Fear Itself," the long-awaited comic book event from Marvel Comics, kicks off tomorrow with Fear Itself: Book of the Skull #1. By the team Ed Brubaker and Scot Eaton, Book of the Skull concerns a never-before-told tale of the Marvel Universe, with Captain America and Namor squaring off against The Red Skull! Take your first look at the preview for Fear Itself: Book of the Skull #1 below, and then read on for more details!

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Fear Itself: Black Widow #1 finds Natasha Romanoff trying to prevent both terrorists and the God of Fear from taking out Paris. Here's the cover for this action-packed tie-in to the Marvel Comics event Fear Itself, hitting stands in June:

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Who are the Fearsome Four, and what are they doing in the pages of the Marvel Comics event Fear Itself? Why are She-Hulk, Frankenstein's Monster, Nighthawk, Howard the Duck joing forces to face off against Man-Thing? Find out in Fear Itself: Fearsome Four #1 by Brandon Montclare, Michael Kaluta, and Ryan Bodenheim -- hitting stands in June!

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He's written countless of characters for novels, and has even dabbled in comic books -- but now he's a character himself. Stephen King is getting his own bio comic from Bluewater Productions, and according to the publisher the bestselling author's camp even participated in the making of the comic. Orbit: Stephen King -- written by Michael Lent & Brian McCarthy, and illustrated by Kent Hurlburt -- will hit stands May 2011.

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It's going to be Christmas in May at Marvel Comics -- but a bunch of hungry zombies are on the loose, so why waste time with particulars? Take your first look at Marvel Zombies Christmas Carol, written by Jim McCann, illustrated by David Baldeon, with covers by Michael Kaluta:

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Does this latest teaser image for the upcoming Marvel Comics event "Fear Itself" portend any doom for some of our favorite superheroes?

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Tomm Coker ("5 Ronin") and Daniel Freedman, from Corvx Studios, have collaborated on several projects over the years including Daredevil, Punisher, and Wolverine. The two decided to take a step back from the superheroics and try their hand at a supernatural war story with a touch of romance -- "Undying Love." The book is being published by Image Comics and will hit stands on March 30th, but you can get your exclusive preview here! We chatted with Tomm and Daniel about the book, working on creator-owned material, and lots more!

MTV Geek: What is Undying Love about, and how did the book come together?

Daniel Freedman: UNDYING LOVE is the story of, John Sargent, American ex-soldier who has fallen for a beautiful Chinese woman named Mei only to discover she is a vampire. To free Mei from her curse, the couple sets out to destroy the vampire that made her. The only problem: Mei was bitten by one of the most powerful vampires in history...

Tomm Coker: Horror, action, fantasy, romance, etc. Equal parts vampire mythology and Chinese folklore, set in modern day Hong Kong.

As far as how the book came together – Daniel and I met a few years back, I had directed a film for Lions Gate and Daniel was hired as editor. We ended up spending the better part of a year together, sitting in a dark editing bay, talking ideas and stories. Pretty soon we’d worked out Undying Love and decided to write it as a team.

DF: This was right before Twilight hit and vampires were absolutely dead. We felt like, with the right story and re-imagining, the bloodsucker could be resurrected – turns out we were right – just didn’t predict the whole glimmer and rock-hard abs thing.

TLC: Hopefully people are ready for fangs and blood again.

Geek: For Tomm – what is it like writing a comic as opposed to just illustrating one?

TLC: Hands down Undying Love is the most fun I’ve ever had drawing a book. The freedom and control are obviously great and things I don’t enjoy to this degree while working on a company title, BUT the best part is the complete understanding of the story. Knowing why something is happening and how it will effect events to come. It allows you to think multiple steps ahead of the scene you’re working on at the moment. You can plan things. Set up moments that are entire issues away. Stay ahead of the reader. That’s awesome.

Geek: What is the collaborative process like between the co-creators of the comic?

TLC: It really depends what part of the process we’re talking about. Writing was all about tossing ideas back and forth, seeing which ones worked and then boiling them down to the simplest version you possible – drafting an idea over and over again in order to REALLY understand what it is you’re trying to get at.

DF: Tomm and I write at different speeds: I write too fast and Tomm writes too slow so we tend to balance each other out. I’m great at getting an idea on paper almost as quickly as we can say it while Tomm tends to sit with a scene and dissect it until he can explain the “how” and the “why”.

TLC: Now that we’re dealing with art it’s up to me to take the script and make it work as a comic. I layout scenes and discuss, with Daniel, whatever changes I think need to be made. Then he comes in with color and makes what I do look better. Read More...

MTV Geek is pleased to give you your first look at Secret Avengers #11 by Ed Brubaker and Will Conrad, hitting stands on March 30th! Check out the preview art below, then read on for more details!

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Take your first look at Marvel's "Skaar: King Of The Savage Land" #1, featuring the jungle battle of the year as Skaar challenges Ka-Zar for leadership of the Savage Land! After the preview below read on for more info about the first issue of this action-packed limited series by Rob Williams and Billy Ching hitting stands in April!

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MMXI -- the year of the X-Men -- continues in June with "Uncanny X-Force" #11 by Rick Remender and Mark Brooks. Check out art for "Uncanny X-Force" #11 below, and then read on for more information about this comic!

Official Press Release:

Uncanny X-Force: MMXI

An all-new mission for Uncanny X-Force begins this June as MMXI – the year of the X-Men – kicks into high gear!

UNCANNY X-FORCE #11
Written by RICK REMENDER
Penciled by MARK BROOKS
Rated Parental Advisory …$3.99
ON SALE THIS JUNE!

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The covers for "Dark Horse Presents" #2 were released today, along with a star-studded line-up that includes Neal Adams, Sanford Greene, Carla Speed McNeil, Howard Chaykin, Richard Corben, Paul Chadwick, and more! Take your first look at the covers by Adams and Greene below, then read on for more details about the second issue of the revived DHP anthology that hits stands June 22nd!

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You can't keep a good god down -- and Hercules is back! Check out this Marvel Comics first look at "Herc" #1 -- written by Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente, with pencils by Neil Edwards and a cover by Carlo Pagulayan -- and then read on for details about this action-filled comic book hitting stands in April!

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The Recap: Flashpoint is DC’s big Summer event comic, where the Universe changes so that heroes and villains are as topsy turvy as an upside down thing. The only person who can save the world? Barry Allen, also known as The Flash! That’s all you need to know! On to new things, because this is Flashpoint Facts, your weekly recap of all things Flashpoint, with a healthy dose of speculation.

As promised last week, there’s going to be a little bit of a lull in Flashpoint news between the release of DC’s May solicitations, and, well… The release of DC’s June solicitations. That doesn’t mean there’s no info out there though, and as always, Flashpoint Facts will catch you up to speed.

The biggest news is that Mr. Geoffrey Johns himself – as well as Editor Eddie Berganza, and artist Andy Kubert will be answering questions from fans weekly on DC’s The Source Blog. That’s good news if you want someone to answer, “Will Flashpoint be awesome, or REALLY awesome?” Bad news if you want spoilers or Dan Didio’s phone number, but then, why would you want either of those things? One will ruin the experience of reading comic books, and the other is spoilers OHHHHH MAXIMUM ZING!!!

Anywho, Johns has kicked off the question answer period of our lecture with three general queries from DC press guy extraordinaire David Hyde. There’s nothing insanely revelatory there, but there are these pertinent points:

- You don’t need to read any comic books to get right into Flashpoint, but if you do want to, there’s a significant chunk of DC history you might want to review, including: Batman: Year One; Shade the Changing Man; and Booster Gold.

- Element Woman, Blackout, Outsider, and The Resistance are all new characters; we’re guessing the most popular or coolest one will find him or herself left in the changed back DCU after Flashpoint, unsure of his/her place in the world. Because, you know, that always happens. Read More...

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