Earlier this week, Dynamite Entertainment announced it would adapt the original James Bond novels into comic book form, and while that is great news, Dynamite is going a step further by announcing a new James Bond tale, James Bond: Hammerhead.
[SDCC’16] Dynamite Entertainment reveals guests for The Feminine Perspective and The Art of the Deal panels
On Thursday and Friday this week, Dynamite Entertainment will host two panels at the San Diego Comic Con, and have revealed their lineup of panels.
Dynamite Entertainment has announced it plans to publish Sons of Ares, a comic book prequel to Pierce Brown’s Red Rising trilogy.
PRESS RELEASE: The Canadian horror comedy Wolfcop follows the exploits of a small town cop with a big time secret: he’s a werewolf! Now, Dynamite Entertainment will have everyone’s favorite alcoholic, lycanthropic lawman tearing out of the big screen and into the comic shop with an all-new series! Written by Max Marks with art by Arcana Studios, the Wolfcop comic book series will pit Lou Garou against bigger, badder, and meaner monsters than anything that has threatened Woodhaven before!
PRESS RELEASE: Just days before the doors open to the greatest spectacle in comics, Dynamite leads the charge with news to return animation’s original leading lady to the limelight! For the first time in nearly 30 years, Betty Boop™ returns to the printed page!
PRESS RELEASE: As the world gears up for Season Three of the fan-favorite SyFy series Z Nation, Dynamite Entertainment proudly announces an all-new canonical comic series, entitled Z Nation: Black Summer, co-written by series co-creator Craig Engler and Fred Van Lente (The Mocking Dead, Big Trouble in Little China)! Set one year prior to the events depicted in the television series, the Black Summer storyline will reveal previously untold tales from the post-apocalyptic wasteland, events that shaped the characters that fans know and love.
PRESS RELEASE: The origins of KISS comic books date almost as far back as the inception as the band itself, having been an integral part of comics culture since their 1977 appearance in Howard the Duck #12 and 1978’s Marvel Comics Super Special: Kiss. Today, nearly 40 years later, Dynamite Entertainment is pleased to announce the next chapter in the band’s legacy, with all-new stories coming to one of the world’s leading publishers of licensed comics!
The factions of Chicago are at war! What will happen next? Check out this sneak peek of Jim Butcher’s The Dresden Files: Wild Card #4, after the jump.
What’s hidden in the clock? Where is the car? What mystery can Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys solve for you? We’re about to find out as Dynamite has announced plans to bring us comic books and graphic novels featuring the characters.