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In the books by Edgar Rice Burroughs, the Princess of Mars, Dejah Thoris, walked around with no cloths. Fortunately, Dynamite Entertainment knows it can’t release a statue like that, but it can get J. Scott Campbell to design one that is pretty risque…
If you missed out on the first Women of Dynamite: Red Sonja statue, another one arrives in stores this week.
Are you ready for the upcoming Josie and the Pussycats series from Archie Comics? J. Scott Campbell is, and the artist released a first look at his variant cover.
Press Release Dynamite Entertainment, a leading publisher of original and licensed comic books, graphic novels, and e-books, expands its extensive merchandising program with its proud announcement of a creative partnership with The Brewing Factory, the merchandise development company founded by Georg Brewer. The partnership will grow the Dynamite product line with new three-dimensional categories, most notably collectible statues and toys. The first projects will be a line of female character statues, Women of Dynamite, debuting with a Vampirella statue featuring the iconic comic book heroine and horror hostess (sculpted by Jason Smith and based on the artwork of J. Scott
This week on the want list, The Gwen Stacy Statue from Sideshow Collectibles has arrived, and Stephen does an unboxing and shows you this gorgeous statue.
Press Release Aspen Comics continues to add more incentive for fans and new readers to join in on the publishers’ tenth anniversary initiative with the announcement of superstar artist J. Scott Campbell coming aboard to provide covers for all ten “10 for 10” issue #2 releases. Aspen Editor-in-Chief Vince Hernandez discusses the addition of Campbell to their growing “10 for 10” initiative:
Press Release Get ready to see classic fairy tale heroines take action in Damsels #1, hitting stores this upcoming September. Written by the acclaimed writing team of Leah Moore and John Reppion, with beautiful art by Aneke, and dynamic covers by J. Scott Campbell and Sean Chen!
With winter here, and people bundled up, it makes one long for the warm months ahead. J. Scott Campbell has a 2012 calendar that turns up the heat on fairy tale princesses, in a mega art appreciation moment of the day.
While the Humberto Ramos variant for the upcoming Avenging Spider-Man #1 is all kinds of cool, Marvel is betting you will also want to check out J. Scott Campbell’s variant featuring Spider-Man and Captain America.
Press Release THE INFINITE team has once again gotten one of the industry’s most celebrated talents to contribute a gorgeous variant cover to their action-packed science fiction hit. Now Image Comics has announced that next month the third issue of Robert Kirkman and Robert Liefeld’s THE INFINITE will be available with a new J. Scott Campbell cover that stars the characters Em and Dual!
Calie Liddle’s daughter has been kidnapped by her brother, the new Mad Hatter. Calie’s search for her daughter takes her through the looking glass, and back to Wonderland. With the fury of a mother, and sharp weapons, hell hath no fury like a pissed off mom!