EDITOR NOTE: To be honest, we told you about this a while ago on the Major Spoilers Podcast…

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Enter a world of endless wonder as Syfy’s smash-hit dramedy makes its comic book debut this August!   When a series of sudden, unexplained sinkholes appear beneath the streets of Rio de Janeiro, the Warehouse team heads down to Brazil in the middle of Carnival to uncover the cause.  What they discover is that someone is using an ancient artifact to move massive chunks of earth and mine huge, underground gold deposits.  With the ground becoming increasingly unstable, our heroes find themselves in a race to retrieve the artifact before the entire city collapses!  Written by the writers of WAREHOUSE 13, this thrilling 5-issue action-adventure/mystery series promises to snag, bag and tag fans of the show and new readers alike!

“We’re all very excited to be partnered with Dynamite Entertainment in bringing WAREHOUSE 13’s unique brand of endless wonder to a whole new audience.  If you love the show and you love comics, then this book is for you.”
– Jack Kenny, Executive Producer/Showrunner

“I grew up collecting comic books (mostly Marvel). I always thought of myself as The Hulk (kinda big, green and dumb, with the hottest purple clam diggers the world has ever known).  When I heard I was going to become a comic book character, I realized the student had finally become the master.  And so begins the next phase in my aspiration for world domination!  Today, WAREHOUSE 13 comics. Tomorrow, WAREHOUSE 13 air-fresheners for the car!!  LONG LIVE SPECIAL AGENT PETE LATTIMER!!”
– Eddie McClintock, a.k.a. Pete Lattimer

“I grew up with a brother who collected comic books. They were always revered in our house. Now I’m in one.  Weird. ”
– Joanne Kelly, a.k.a. Myka Bering

“I collected comics when I was a kid, all kinds — spooky, funny, superheroes — I loved them all.  Of all the things I imagined in my future — some of which came true — I never thought that somehow I would be a character in a comic book myself.  Awesome!  And let’s talk about how cool it is to have something in your hands that is NOT a digital device!  The comic book is, well, a BOOK!  It’s tangible, and can be preserved without a PhD in physics (and, if taken well care of, will probably last longer than digital images).  WAREHOUSE 13, with its fantastic artifacts and eccentric characters is a brilliant fit for the universe of comics, and I imagine it will be as thrilling, funny, weird and unpredictable a way to tell Warehouse stories as our series.  And most of all, I hope they draw me thinner.”
– Saul Rubinek, a.k.a. Artie Nielsen

“I got my start as a writer in comics.  I got my start in television with WAREHOUSE 13.  Being a part of the process that brings these two things together is a fanboy’s dream come true.”
– Benjamin Raab, Writer/Executive Story Editor

ABOUT DYNAMITE ENTERTAINMENT:

DYNAMITE ENTERTAINMENT was founded in 2004 and is home to several best-selling comic book titles and properties, including The Boys, Green Hornet, Vampirella, Warlord of Mars, Project Superpowers, Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time and more!

In addition to their critically-acclaimed titles and best selling comics, Dynamite works with some of the most high profile creators in comics and entertainment, including Alex Ross, John Cassaday, Garth Ennis, Michael Avon Oeming, Mel Rubi, Marc Guggenheim, Stephen Sadowski, Mike Carey, Jim Krueger, Greg Pak, Brett Matthews, Matt Wagner and a host of up and coming new talent!

DYNAMITE is consistently ranked in the upper tiers of comic book publishers and several of their titles – including PROJECT SUPERPOWERS – which debuted at #4 in the Top Ten lists produced by Diamond Comics Distributors. In 2005 Diamond awarded the company a GEM award for Best New Publisher and another GEM in 2006 for Comics Publisher of the Year (under 5%). The company has also been nominated for several industry awards, including the prestigious Eisner Award.

Dynamite also controls and owns multiple library’s, including but not limited to the Vampirella library of casts and characters, The Superpowers library of characters, The Kirby: Genesis world of characters, and the Chaos! Comics universe of characters.

via Dynamite Entertainment

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1 Comment

  1. Wil
    June 14, 2011 at 1:10 pm — Reply

    Love the cover on the art variant. Was a latecomer to the series and caught the last couple episodes. Whole premise is good and series is enjoyable overall. But, I just can’t seem to get over the obvious Left-Wing leaning attitudes and has prevented me from buying the Season 1 DVD and perhaps this comic book series as well. Hate to bring politics in this but its so clearly obvious about the manner in which many tv series and movies these days are all about pushing the Left-Wing ideology more and more. Anti-old-fashioned Apple Pie American values, anti-Christian, anti-tradtional family, etc. My parents didn’t come here from Asia to mock and get rid of the Judeo-Chrisitan American morals and values(that founded this once great nation of ours) that was once cherished and now is ridiculed.

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