Dynamite Entertainment has three new calendars ready fill your wall in 2017.
Dejah Thoris 2017 Calendar
Cover: Jay Anacleto
Art: Tula Lotay, Jay Anacleto, Joe Jusko, Paul Renaud, Brandon Peterson, NEN, Bart Sears, Emanuela Lupacchino, and more
For over one hundred years, Edgar Rice Burroughs’ beloved creation, Dejah Thoris, has captured the imagination of science fiction and fantasy enthusiasts… and she’ll continue to do so in 2017 on each and every page of this gorgeous wall calendar! Whether gazing over the extraordinary Martian vistas or commanding armies in battle against the four-armed Warhoons, the Red Planet’s foremost heroine always appears with beauty and strength. Surrender to her regal presence all twelve months of the year!
Red Sonja 2017 Calendar
Cover: Jim Lee
Art: Jim Lee, Frank Thorne, Joe Jusko, Alex Ross, Frank Cho, Estrban Maroto, Greg Land, Joseph Michael Linsner, David Mack, Marc Silvestri, Michael Turner, Mel Rubi, and more
Even during the winter months, Red Sonja is no ice queen… she’s a She-Devil! Fiery in spirit, skilled in combat, lusty and bawdy in her revelry, the crimson-tressed heroine looks gorgeous and grand throughout every month of the 2017 wall calendar. Proudly display these powerful portrayals of the fan-favorite swordswoman, courtesy of the artistic talent of of Frank Cho, Joe Jusko, Greg Land, Jim Lee, Joseph Michael Linsner, Davie Mack, Esteban Maroto, Alex Ross, Marc Silvestri, Frank Thorne, Michael Turner, Mel Rubi, and more!
Vampirella 2017 Calendar
Cover: Frank Frazetta
Art: Frank Frazetta, Jose Gonzalez, Enrich, Sanjulian, Jordi Penalva
Ignite your passion for the horror hostess Vampirella with the Classic Warren Era wall calendar! The most iconic imagery from Vampirella Magazine are captured twelve months of the year, depictions of her hypnotic beauty that once ensnared millions of lovesick admirers… and promises to do so again in 2017! An alchemical union of sensuality, horror, and a seductive wickedness, brought vividly to life by the greatest artists of the 1960s and 1970s, including Frank Frazetta, Jose Gonzalez, Enrich, Sanjulian, and Jordi Penalva.