What darkness entered the life of Barnabas Collins to transform him from loving fiancé, son, brother and friend into the conflicted night stalker who feasts on the blood of the innocent. Dynamite seeks to tell that tale with “Dark Shadows Year One,” the origin story of the Collins family’s curse. More After the Jump
Dynamite Entertainment sent us a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores this week. Take the jump for an early look at Dark Shadows: Year One #1, The Shadow: Year One #2, Evil Ernie #5, Pathfinder #6, Jennifer Blood: First Blood #4, Dejah Thoris and the Green Men of Mars #3, The Bionic Man vs. The Bionic Woman #4, Red Sonja #74, Green Hornet #35, and Robert Jordan’s The Wheel of Time: The Eye of the World #34.
Dynamite Entertainment is proud to announce that Cassie, the star of Tim Seeley’s most famous creation, Hack/Slash, will be crossing-over with Ash from the Army of Darkness, in a new series written by Hack/Slash creator Tim Seeley! Featuring covers by Tim Seeley himself, his Hack/Slash co-creator Stefano Casello, the acclaimed Ben Templesmith, and a special cover by Chris Eliopolis, Army of Darkness Vs. Hack/Slash #1 is not to be missed when it arrives in-stores and digitally this July 2013!
The Shadow and The Green Hornet team-up, courtesy of legendary comic book writer/movie producer Michael Uslan, the originator and Executive Producer of the Batman movie franchise, including The Dark Knight trilogy. With covers by Alex Ross and John Cassaday, and interior art by Keith Burns, The Shadow/Green Hornet: Dark Nights #1 is sure to be an exciting read for comic fans everywhere!
Nazis in New York? And Marla Drake, a.k.a. Miss Fury, thought she was just out busting some common criminals. Though she’ll be the first to tell you she’s not a superhero, it looks like it’s going to fall to Miss Fury to stop these time-travelling National Socialists from rewriting the history of the world.
Dynamite’s relaunch of Red Sonja with writer Gail Simone will arrive this coming July will be supported by covers by some of the most distinguished female artists in comics. Red Sonja #1 contains covers by Nicola Scott, Colleen Doran, Jenny Frison, Stephanie Buscema, Fiona Staples, and Amanda Conner! Fans will definitely want to pick up Gail Simone’s Red Sonja #1 this July!
Dynamite Entertainment sent us an early look at The Shadow #11, Vampirella Strikes #4, Green Hornet Legacy #34, Lord of the Jungle #14, Vampirella #28, Warlord of Mars: Dejah Thoris #24, Jennifer Blood #25, Peter Cannon: Thunderbolt #8, and more!
Or – “Lots Of Awesome Hats.”
With all the licensed properties under their roof, it’s quite astonishing that Dynamite took this long to do the big, giant crossover schmageggi. Now, the pulp heroes of the last century stand together against an uncertain and corrupt social order, a veritable Justice Haberdashery of America, if you will. Can they succeed? Your Major Spoilers reviews awaits!
The Owl returns to comics in his own limited series. Written by the critically acclaimed , J.T. Krul, with art by Heubert Khan Michael, and covers by Alex Ross and special Subscription Only Exclusive Covery Ardian Syaf, The Owl #1 hits stores this coming July!
Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores this week. Take the jump for an early look at Miss Fury #1, Masks #5, Army of Darkness #12, The Lone Ranger #14, Dark Shadows #15, and more.
This week, Matthew and Stephen sit down and examine Mark Waid’s Green Hornet #1 from Dynamite Entertainment. A book filled with homages to pop culture, why Kato goes by Kato, and corruption at every level.
Wednesday marks the beginning of a new Green Hornet series from Dynamite Entertainment and writer Mark Waid and to celebrate this momentous occasion we are showcasing a Green Hornet piece from Buddy Cop artist Evan Shaner.