Hermes Press has announced that it has collected the Charlton years of The Phantom (1962-1977) and is releasing the series in digital format via comiXology.
Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Jim Butcher’s Dresden Files: Fool Moon #3, The Living Corpse: Exhumed #1, The Green Hornet: Year One #11, and The Last Phantom #8, that you can check out, after the jump.
Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Black Beard: Legend of the Pyrate King, The Last Phantom #7, Red Sonja: Revenge of the Gods #4, and Vampirella #7.
Hermes Press has announced it is collecting the original Phantom comic strips and bundling them in a hardcover collection that will eventually span eight volumes.
Hermes Press continues chronicling the original comic strip adventures of The Phantom with The Phantom: The Complete Newspaper Dailies by Lee Falk and Ray Moore-Volume Three, 1939-1941. This hardcover library edition features strips shot directly from the original proofs, in crisp black and white.
Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of The Death of Zorro #1, Kato Origins #7, The Last Phantom #5, Vampirella #4, and Warlord of Mars #5.
Moonstone Books has announced it is collecting the two issue mini-series featuring The Phantom and Captain Action into a hardcover collection that arrives in stores this week (November 24, 2010).
Lee Falk’s adventure comic creation, The Phantom has fought his way through the jungles of the world and the imaginations of fans for almost seventy five years. The toy that was several heroes rolled into one man, Captain Action has returned with guns and action blazing from the nostalgic past. Now, thanks to writer Mike Bullock and artist Reno Maniquis, these legendary leading men of justice share an adventure tailor-made for the two of them together!
Bullock and Maniquis weave a tale of intrigue, espionage, adventure, and action that carries both heroes to the height of conflict and the depths of danger! Also included in this collection is a never before seen Phantom prose story as well as a Captain Action short story to boot! More action than you can you shake a skull ring at!
They’ve murdered his family, they’ve burned his lands, and they are stealing his company out from under them. When you’ve lost everything, there’s nothing to hold you back, and for The Phantom, swift justice is the order of the day.
Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of The Last Phantom #2, Warlord of Mars #1, The Green Hornet Strikes #4, and Red Sonja #52.
When you are the last in a long line of protectors and your entire family has been wiped out by someone who wants to take over your country, there’s only one thing to do – bloody, bloody, revenge.
Dynamite Entertainment provides another character from the 1930s with a book, this time promising a fresh take on the legendary Phantom – but will this new incarnation live up to its predecessors? More After the Jump
In addition to the Green Hornet, and the Phantom, Dynamite Entertainment has announced it has licensed Flash Gordon and Mandrake the Magician from King Features Syndicate.
“Flash Gordon and Mandrake the Magician are two great additions to the iconic characters we currently publish: Green Hornet, The Phantom, Buck Rogers, Zorro, Project Superpowers, The Black Terror, Death Defying ‘Devil, Masquarade, The Lone Ranger and all of the titles we are proud to publish,” says Dynamite President and Publisher Nick Barrucci. “We promise to devote the same passion to these King Features properties as we have done so consistently throughout our publishing history, beginning with The Last Phantom”.
Personally, I’m pretty excited about this news, as the company has been breathing new life into old characters like Zorro, The Lone Ranger, and Buck Rogers. While Moonstone Books still have its version of The Phantom, The Last Phantom story looks really interesting.