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When the Fantastic Four return to the Marvel U in August, some of your favorite Marvel comics will celebrate by featuring their own FF covers.
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…
Thanks to the overwhelming success of Dynamite Entertainment’s Sheena #0, the Queen of the Jungle’s latest relaunch, issue #1 is set to launch September 6th
There’s a new Iron Fist coming our way on March 22nd, and Marvel has a number of variant covers for you to pick up at your local comic shop.
[Solicitations] Dynamite Entertainment launches new Vampirella series with 25-cent introductory price
PRESS RELEASE – Next year will see Vampirella heading in a new and very different direction! Vampirella was last spotted in 2016 doing what she does best – defending the world from threats both mystic and evil… but she has not been seen since. Vampirella #0 will answer the questions behind her disappearance! The debut issue retails at 25-cents to allow for fans to read at an introductory price and retailers to confidently stock copies on the shelves. Retailers are also able to qualify for Incentive copies by Joseph Michael Linsner and J. Scott Campbell.
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.
Need more statues for your Wall of Awesome? Dynamite Entertainment releases Purgatori and Red Sonja statues this week, as part of the Women of Dynamite line.
Dynamite Entertainment has an interesting statue arriving in stores this week – Vampirella with diamond eyes.