Dynamite Entertainment has announced plans to release a hardcover edition of Frank Miller and Simon Bisley’s Bad Boys. Originally produced as a strip for the British Edition of GQ, Bad Boy is a powerful piece of graphic fiction featuring the story of Jason, a little boy who comes to realize his parents aren’t who they claim to be, and he’s part of a sterile experimental community. Dynamite’s edition of Bad Boy will feature an all-new cover and sketches by Simon Bisley, created exclusively for this release! The tenth anniversary of Bad Boys is scheduled for a November release and will
Dynamite Entertainment has released the cover images for Red Sonja #27 arriving in store this September. The issue continues the World on Fire storyline by Michael Avon Oeming and Brian Reed. In “World on Fire” Red Sonja and crew are back in Hyboria, now subjugated under the iron hand of Kulan Gath. With a small, but determined band of resistance fighters, Sonja struggles to make a dent in Gath’s proverbial armor, but can she save the very world from the tyranny and evil of Gath! Take the jump for all four covers.
Dynamite Entertainment released the cover images for th third issue of the New Battlestar Galactica: Season Zero series. Season Zero serves as a prequel to the Sci Fi Channel show taking place approximately two years before the television series. Take the jump for all the covers and more info about the issue.
Dynamite Entertainment has sent Major Spoilers the cover images, and a glimpse at the world Ash returns to in Army of Darkness: From the Ashes #2! Army of Darkness: From the Ashes continues the adventures of everyone’s favorite wisecracking, chainsaw-wielding, boomstick-carrying hero of multiple realities, Ashley J. Williams, as he returns from the cross-over of all cross-overs in the world of Marvel Zombies! Army of Darkness: From the Ashes picks up directly after the Marvel Zombies vs. Army of Darkness limited series with Ash returning to his own reality… but what a world it’s become! Evil Ash and his Deadite
Dynamite Entertainment has announced the Trial by Fire storyline will reach a conclusion this September. Issue #4 brings the first Terminator 2 comic book event racing towards its startling conclusion, as John and his new found army continue to attack Skynet under the guidance of Uncle Bob, a T-800 loyal to John and his human companions. But, what will they do when Uncle Bob faces the T-Infinity in a battle in which only one of the deadly killing machines is able to walk away in one piece! In a prepared statement writer Simon Furman said, “This is possibly my favorite
Dynamite Entertainment has done it again by obtaining another hot property. Teaming up with Pandemic Studios, Dynamite Entertainment will be creating comic books based on the Mercenaries video games. The series will be written by Brian Reed, with interior art by Edgar Salazar, and covers by Michael Turner. In a prepared statement Dynamite’s Nick Barrucci said, “Writer Brian Reed is blowing comics fans away with his work on New Avengers: Illuminati, Ms. Marvel and Red Sonja, so you can expect more of the same incredible action-packed storylines and intrigue from him on Mercenaries.” There will be some cross promotion between
Dynamite Entertainment has announced Superpowers will be the next project for Alex Ross and Jim Krueger. Apparently the project has been under development for the past three years and the first issue should see the light of day before the end of 2007. “SUPERPOWERS will be unlike anything that Dynamite has done to date,” said Dynamite Publisher Nick Barrucci in a prepared statement. “Not only in terms of the subject matter, but in terms of every approach we’re taking with the series. After all, it’s not everyday you get to work with Alex Ross. Although, I should throw in a
Dynamite Entertainment has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek at titles arriving this week. Among the new releases; The Lone Ranger #7, Dark Xena #3, Painkiller Jane Volume 2 #2, and Terminator 2: Infinity #1. I’m really impressed by the properties Dynamite has been able to obtain over the years, and with what they have been able to do with them.
Dynamite Entertainment has sent Major Spoilers the cover images to Highlander #12, which features the final chapter to Dynamite’s first year of the Highlander series. About the Highlander year-end finale, writer Brandon Jerwa added, “Duncan MacLeod and his little band of Immortal traveling companions (watch for the familiar faces, kids) are in it up to their necks this time! No one wants a repeat of the tragic event that ends issue 11, so our heroes have to work fast to stop the bizarre leader of the Eye from fulfilling her own twisted prophecies! And if that’s not enough hype for
Or – “This One Should Be Mighty Interesting…” I’ve long been a Garth Ennis fan, dating back to his run on Hellblazer, a cornerstone of my pull list for nearly 20 years now. I’m approaching today’s recap with trepidation (and not a small sense of excitement) simply because of the fact that most of what I enjoy about Garth’s work is his unerring sense of where the line of propriety is drawn. ‘Course, he matches that with a boundless joy of not only crossing the line, but gleefully finding that point so far beyond good taste that it almost crosses
Dynamite Entertainment has announced the limited-edition Adam Hughes Red Sonja Statue has been re-solicited. The statue features real gems for the eyes and is limited to 138 pieces. The statue is based on Adam Hughes’ cover to Red Sonja #2 and is 9-inches high. “In the formula for Red Sonja’s success, of course, are the 4 “C”‘s – the character, creators, the concept and the (alternate) covers :-)! In addition to our regular team of Michael Avon Oeming, Mel Rubi, Brian Buchellato and Stephen Sadowski, there have been so many great creators chipping in- Frank Cho, Jim Lee, Roy Thomas,
Next week is the week that sees the survival or end of Ash as he battles the Marvel Zombies. Frankly, I’m betting on Ash. Dynamite Entertainment has sent Major Spoilers as sneak peek of the issue.