Press Release Dynamite Entertainment is proud to announce the full creative team for their upcoming July 2015 launch of Will Eisner’s The Spirit. Each chapter of the initial twelve-issue story arc will feature Matt Wagner as writer, interior artist Dan Schkade, and colorist Brennan Wagner. The ongoing monthly cover artist will be Eric Powell, while the July debut #1 issue will be offered with variant cover artwork by writer Matt Wagner himself, as well as Alex Ross (Kingdom Come) and John Cassaday (Star Wars).
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Press Release Dynamite Entertainment, a leading publisher in the comics and graphic novel industry, is proud to announce that the all-new adventures featuring Will Eisner’s legendary crimefighter Denny Colt, The Spirit, will be written by the award-winning comic creator Matt Wagner. Marking the beginning of a partnership between Dynamite and the Eisner Estate, the new series will celebrate seventy-five years of The Spirit, and its #1 launch issue will feature cover artwork from all-star illustrators Alex Ross, Eric Powell, and series writer Matt Wagner himself.
Press Release Dynamite Entertainment is proud to announce that Will Eisner’s iconic hero, The Spirit, has a new home thanks to a licensing agreement with the Eisner estate. The Spirit, a murdered cop named Denny Colt who was mysteriously brought back to life to fight crime, joins the publisher’s stable of noir-influenced iconic heroes and bestselling titles.
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