Before they became an inseparable pair, Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson met on several occasions while doing consulting work for Scotland Yard. Someone is randomly killing people on the streets, and with the Ides of March upon us, there are sure to be more deaths if the killer isn’t found.
When it comes to great detectives, Sherlock Holmes ranks above the likes of Batman, Ralph Dibney, and the rest of the four color sleuths. Dynamite Entertainment delighted with their previous Sherlock Holmes series; will they repeat the success with Sherlock Holmes: Year One?
Poor Buck Rogers.Â No sooner did he save the Earth from an invading force of genetically altered animals, heâ€™s now under house arrest and charged with crimes against humanity.Â But while under the direct care of Dr. Huer, Buck is given the opportunity to see what the future holds.
Press Release San Diego, CA (July 24, 2009) â€“ The year of G.I. JOE continues with new G.I. JOEaction from IDW. Under license from Hasbro, IDW is proud to announce more great G.I. JOE comics and new creators! Beginning this October, G.I. JOE: Origins gets an infusion of new creators, kicked off by the return of Larry Hama with issue #8. Starting in early 2010, IDW will offer Series II of its fan-favorite G.I. JOE: COBRA story line. Also in 2010, Robert Atkins returns to the G.I. JOE universe with a five-issue G.I. JOE arc.
If you are going to reboot a classic tale, then 1) there better be a good reason to do it, and 2) there better be an homage to the original.Â In the case of Dynamite Entertainmentâ€™s Buck Rogers series, both options are covered in spades to deliver up a mind warping story.
Reboot a good start, with bears! Dynamite Entertainmentâ€™s latest foray into the futuristic sci-fi genre dishes up a slice of the past, mixed with an ample side today, covered in a bunch of â€œwell you got me thereâ€.Â Â Â With the title characterâ€™s final adventure done and over (see Buck Rogers #0), readers finally get a chance to see where it all began in this reboot of the Buck Rogers franchise.
Arriving in stores this week (April 22, 2009)Â is Dynamite Entertainmentâ€™s latest series – Buck Rogers.Â For most of us, the Gil Gerard series from 1979 is probably the only exposure weâ€™ve had to the futuristic hero.Â And while there have been more recent video and role playing games based on the universe created by Philip Francis Nowlan, it takes a brand new comic book series to bring the excitement back to reading comics set in the far future.
Dynamite Entertainment has announced the prelude issue (#0) of the company’s upcoming Buck Rogers series will feature a cover price of 25-cents. “Dynamite’s reinvention of Buck Rogers will follow the path Dynamite has blazed with its previous successful titles, and to ensure the comics audience can read the launch, we’re releasing the comic at a .25Â¢ cover price.Â Dynamite is proud to be instrumental in re-inventing and continuing the legacies ofÂ historical characters and their worlds with creators who can execute great stories.Â We’re equally proud of the consistent critical and fan responses to our efforts, and are confident that