TweetLook, we’re not saying Dynamite was happy with the immediate response to Gail Simone’s Red Sonja relaunch, we’re just saying they’ve announced a mini-series with a lot well-known names attached. Many of them, well-known names from the world of fantasy novels. And Frank Thorne is back, too.
“Legends of Red Sonja” Lines Up Pierce, Pratchett, DeConnick, Collins and many more for new mini-series
TweetEverybody’s been wondering what James Robinson was going to do next after he suddenly announced his departure from DC and the Earth 2 title for which he’d been discussing a big Event in 2014. Come to find out, he’s not going to Image, as so many name creators have been doing lately. He’s signed with Dynamite.
Tweet Army of Darkness was Dynamite’s first comic, back in 2005. It takes a break every once in a while, but always comes back. This time it’s coming back with a slight larger name attached. Steve Niles, best known for the 30 Days of Night franchise and Cal MacDonald (across a couple different formats) will be […]
TweetIn October, Dynamite is launching a new Shadow mini-series. Yes, yes… I know. It’s another title with the same character, but there’s a compelling reason to pay attention to this concept/creative pairing. The Shadow Now is updating the character to a modern setting and the key piece of information is that creative team on this is […]
TweetI’d been wondering what Jeff Parker was working on, besides his Batman ’66 digital series. Parker’s someone you expect will fill up his plate fairly quickly. Come to find out he’s also over at Dynamite doing a 5-part series called “King’s Watch” teaming the King Features Syndicate comic strip heroes Flash Gordon, The Phantom and […]
TweetCaptain Action is beginning his third life in comics this September in the 6-issue Codename: Action mini-series from Dynamite. Originally a 1960s action figure with licensed costumes to dress it up like Superman, Spider-Man or the Lone Ranger, Captain Action first came to comics in 1968 from DC and then was revived in 2008 at Moonstone […]
Tweet English artist Sean Phillips is perhaps best known for his marvelous collaborations with Ed Brubaker like Fatale and Criminal, but he’s a general MVP of comics with atmospheric, exciting art in every genre. And in October Dynamite is putting out THE ART OF SEAN PHILLIPS, a 312 page hardcover by Phillips and Eddie Robson, […]
Tweet In case you missed the comments playing out, Dynamite publisher Nick Barrucci apologized to writer Don McGregor for his initially a bit testy response to McGregor’s initially testy accusation that he was being cheated out of royalties that haven’t been earned yet and wouldn’t be paid by Dynamite. The character in question: Lady Rawhide. […]
Did anyone tell creator Don McGregor they were remaking Lady Rawhide? UPDATED with Dynamite’s Response
Tweet Dynamite has been reviving the fertile pulp coffers of late for such characters as the Shadow and the Spider and so on, and even Lady Rawhide, a female sidekick for Zorro who starred in several Topps comics back in the 90s. Dynamite Entertainment proudly announces the August 2013 debut of LADY RAWHIDE #1, the […]
TweetWhen you have a team-up of serial killer stalker Cassie Hack and demon fighter Ash Williams only one art style suggests itself: cutecore! Thus it is with Ken Haeser’s covers for the first two issues of the Dynamite/Image team-up, especially th eone that channels an iconic moment of Peanuts. #1 – After the events of […]
TweetDark Horse have announced today that Dynamite Comics have signed a deal to make their comics available through the Dark Horse Digital Comics store. Thirty Dynamite Comics have been made available as of today, and future releases will be made available through the store as well, day/date digital.
Tweet As part of the relaunch of Red Sonja by Gail Simone, Dynamite has released the entire #1 variant cover gallery with images by Nicola Scott, Colleen Doran, Jenny Frison, Stephanie Buscema, Fiona Staples, and Amanda Conner . This is one fine looking gallery. “Red Sonja is one of the original female ass-kickers in comics, […]
TweetAfter roughly a three year absence, Dynamite is returning to the Project Superpowers universe with the July debut of The Owl. The title will be written by J.T. Krul, currently writing Superman Beyond for DC and Jirni for Aspen. Heubert Khan Michael, recently drawing Vampirella, will be the artist.
TweetDynamite has announced the second tile in its new “Crime Line.” Uncanny will be the new title from Andy Diggle and Aaron Campbell, concerning a shady character who can borrow people’s skills running into an international conspiracy. Which is to say something along the lines of a thriller with a slight touch of superhuman activity […]