This week, James Bond: Felix Leiter #4 arrives in stores. But that isn’t the end of James Bond series, as Dynamite Entertainment has announced the July release of James Bond: Kill Chain.
Press Release Dynamite Entertainment is proud to announce that Uncanny, the critically acclaimed and fan-favorite comic book series by Andy Diggle (Action Comics) and Aaron Campbell (The Shadow), will return in the highly anticipated Uncanny: Season Two, slated for release in April. A modern crime noir with unnatural human abilities, Uncanny: Season Two will feature a fantastic covers selection by Diggle’s creative partners on The Losers, Jock and Ben Oliver, as well as a special cover by interior artist Campbell reserved for subscription customers.
The Season of the Hungry Ghosts storyline wraps up with a raised voice where the storyline came in shouting. Weaver and Ford spend the majority of the issue engaged in an action scene and the questions being answered are the ones nobody was asking.
Press Release Dynamite proudly confirms that fan-favorite writer Andy Diggle (Action Comics) will helm the new series Uncanny, set to launch in June as the second title in its burgeoning Crime Line. Illustrated by the immensely talented Aaron Campbell (The Shadow), Uncanny #1 will ship with two covers by superstar artists Jock (The Losers, Detective Comics) and Sean Phillips (Criminal, Fatale), split in equal ratio. A special exclusive variant will be available as well, featuring the artwork of Dan Panosian (Avengers: Citizen Kang) and offered only to comic fans who enroll in subscription programs with their preferred comic book retailer.
Press Release Hot off his Marvel exclusive contract, Andy Diggle is set to write his next series at Dynamite! Andy Diggle’s upcoming project will be part of Dynamite’s new crime line of comics, the first of which – Red Team – was announced yesterday with writer Garth Ennis. There will be more announcements on the project coming soon!
The scene is a dusty and isolated town, locked away in the inhospitality of the desert. Matthew Murdock has his tail between his legs and his red pajamas are nowhere to be seen. Will this emotionally lost hero step up to the challenge of saving this mysterious town from itself? Take a seat at the bar, pour yourself an icy Sarsaparilla and take the jump, partner!
During his weekly, MyCup o’ Joe!, Marvel EIC Joe Quesada confirmed that Andy Diggle will indeed take over the writing duties of Daredevil beginning with issue #501, which is expected to be released late summer/early fall. I think Andy really showed us something when he took over Thunderbolts.He has a certain feel, a certain â€œbiteâ€ to his stories, and he just writes tremendous, tremendous villains.He writes mean characters! [laughs] And thereâ€™s something there that resonated with all of us in editorial, where we just thought he could write the piss out of Daredevil. Check out more of Joe’s comments about