With Steampunk Battlestar Galactica 1880 #2 landing in stores tomorrow, I have a feeling we are seeing the start of a huge steampunk craze spanning hundreds of issues and titles throughout the comic book industry in 2015.
You’ve been waiting in anticipation for Steampunk Battlestar Galactica 1880 #1, and Dynamite Entertainment sent us a sneak peek, to share with you!
Here’s a sneak peek of Amanda Hocking’s The Hollows; The Hollowland Graphic Novel.
Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Doc Savage #1, Sherlock Holmes: Moriarty Lives #1, Grimm: The Warlock #1, Kings Watch #3, Battlestar Galactica: Starbuck #2, Army of Darkness vs. Hack/Slash #4, Uncanny #5, Pathfinder #12, and Warlord of Mars: Dejah Thoris #33.
Dynamite Entertainment released a sneak peek of its titles releasing in stores this week. Take the jump for an early look at Army of Darkness vs. Hack/Slash #1, Uncanny #2, Dark Shadows: Year One #4, Damsels: Mermaids #3, Garth Ennis’ Red Team #4, Mark Waid’s The Green Hornet #4, Warlord of Mars #27, and Amanda Hocking’s The Hollows: A Hollowland Graphic Novel Part 6.
Press Release Dynamite proudly announces that the #1 New York Times bestselling author Tony Lee (Doctor Who, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Superboy) will spotlight the origin of a beloved sci-fi character in the upcoming Battlestar Galactica: Starbuck four-issue miniseries, based on the NBCUniversal television show. The Starbuck miniseries is based on the classic 1978 version of Battlestar Galactica and is licensed through the NBCUniversal Television Consumer Products Group.
Press Release He can save the day with nothing more than a paperclip and a chocolate bar, but how will he fare with ink and staples? Yes, MacGyver is back —in a fast-paced comic book mini-series co-written by his creator, Lee David Zlotoff and published by Image Comics. The first MacGyver story since the television show ended in 1992 kicks off on October 10 with the first issue of MACGYVER: FUGITIVE GAUNTLET.
Genre crossovers continue to be popular among the kids and the studios and publishers who see money fall from the sky with each and every issue release. The Star Trek/Doctor Who crossover continues, and Matthew and Stephen return with their Major Spoilers Dueling Review of the book.
Or – “I’m The Doctor, My Dear… Whether You Like It Or Not.” There’s a very large problem when you’re telling stories about a time traveller. It’s not always easy to tell what ORDER the tales go from the traveller’s perspective. Witness the quandary of Legion of Super-Heroes fans when their stories seem to imply that Braniac 5 joined the Legion before Superboy, which means that Supergirl (who joined at the same time as Brainy) actually joined the team earlier in their personal timeline than her cousin who joined in the team’s first (chronologica)l appearance. Also worth noting are these by
The greatest foe of any Robot Overlord is the time traveler known as Doctor Who.Â IDW Publishing has seen fit to publish his adventures for some time, and while the humans seem to enjoy his adventures, my fellow robots in arms – namely the Daleks and Cybermen would rather we see the Doctor killed.Â And in this latest issue, we may just get to see the execution!