Tweet Here’s another special for Dynamite’s 10th Anniversary , a gallery of Jae Lee’s covers for the company. Reading about the decline of the comics artist seems all the more ridiculous when you look at the amazing work being done by veterans like Lee, who is just hitting his stride with an even more impressive […]
Celebrate Dynamite’s 10th Anniversary with a FREE copy of Uncanny #1…and 1500 half-price digital comics
Dynamite Comics is 10 years old in 2014, and to celebrate they have 1500 comics at half price on Comixology – the sale ends tonight so hurry over now.
But in the meantime here’s a FREE copy of Uncanny #1 by Andy Diggle and Aaron Campbell. We had a brief chat with Dynamite president Nick Barrucci about what he has planned for the anniversary year, and there’s a lot, including more of the Gold Key line that launched with a bang with Turok, Dinosaur Hunter. Up next, Magnus Robot Righter by Fred Van Lente, and Frank Barbiere’s Doctor Solar. And “theGold Key Phase Two will appear later in the year.”
TweetDynamite will see an epic clash of the time-crossed titans this April, as a new four-issue miniseries from Art Baltazar and Franco crosses over the cast of Aw Yeah Comics with a whole heap of Silver Age Heroes, as well as Dark Horse heroes Ghost, The Occultist, X and Captain Midnight! It’s the comic event […]
TweetDynamite Week is going on this week, and so say Dynamite themselves. There’ll be several announcements coming from the company over the next few days – and the first of which is a new Flash Gordon series for the character’s 80th Anniversary, written by Jeff Parker, drawn by Evan ‘Doc’ Shaner, and coloured by Jordie […]
TweetReturn with us to the golden age of black and white horror magazines, if you will…a time when captions were prolific, and things that looked like Gollum attacked lady vampires. VAMPIRELLA ARCHIVES VOL. 8 Howard Chaykin, Bill DuBay, Roger McKenzie & more (w) Richard Corben, Jose Gonzalez, Esteban Maroto, Ramon Torrents & more (a) Enrich […]
TweetThis week sees the end of the relaunched Red Sonja’s first arc, with Gail Simone and Walter Geovani drawing the story to a – likely rather bloody, one would imagine – conclusion. The last few months have seen Simone redefine the character whilst blatantly having a load of fun with it. There’s been singing, there’s […]
TweetOne of Dynamite’s big announcements this year was the imminent revival of their Gold Key Properties – with four titles relaunching as a result. This will see Doctor Spektor, Magnus: Robot Fighter and Solar: Man of the Atom relaunch next year with new creative teams and their own mini-universe. The fourth series announced, with Greg […]
TweetComing in January this year, Legenderry: A Steampunk Adventure will see writer Bill Willingham and artist Sergio Fernandez Davila take on a host of Dynamite’s most recognisable characters for a seven-issue re-imagining. Not only will the story have characters as diverse as Green Hornet, Vampirella, The Six Million Dollar Man and Red Sonja all in the […]
TweetYou may have noticed the interview chain Dynamite have sent spiralling around the internet these last few weeks, in which they ask several of their writers to interview each other about the various titles that are coming out. Previous editions of the interview series have been seen on here, on ComicVine, on Bleeding Cool and […]
Tweet A few weeks ago we told you about the launch of Dynamite’s art editions line with Frank Thorne’s Red Sonja, an oversized collection of the his early, irresistible run on the book. With a flowing line and European-inspired style, Thorne’s Sonja was definitely sexy, but still a bad ass. Dynamite’s Nick Barrucci recently had […]
TweetAs well as a look at Francesco Francavilla’s cover for the series, which is written by J. Michael Straczynski, Dynamite have released a look at just-announced artist Guiu Vilanova’s artwork for their new ongoing Twilight Zone series. First announced at San Diego Comic-Con, the book will launch in November.
TweetDynamite have started teasing projects this week, with the arrival of three images promising a project from Greg Pak, Fred Van Lente, and Frank Barbiere. Each of the teasers – released since Monday – have gradually started building up a phrase, which presumably when completed will form the tagline for whatever the writers have planned.
Tweet You’ve probably spent endless hours playing Doodle Jump on your phone, and now you can spend a few minutes with a Doodle Jump comics, thanks to Dynamite. No details on format or timing, but at least they have an Action #1 parody. I should mention that I’ve avoided Diddle Jump for its addictive qualities. […]
Tweet He’s got us hooked with his fantasy work, what will he do with steampunk? Bill Willingham and artist Sergio Fernandez Davila are creating Legenderry: A Steampunk Adventure, a seven-issue monthly crossover event featuring reimagined classic characters of comics and film. The book launches in January with covers by Joe Benitez (Lady Mechanika). Which characters? […]