Dynamite Entertainment certainly wasn't bashful about the involvement of Alex Ross when it teased the coming of "Kirby: Genesis" last week, and today the publisher pulled back the curtain on its initial promo image even further to unveil not only more of Ross' work, but also to reveal the involvement of writer Kurt Busiek.
From Dynamite's official press release: With "Kirby: Genesis," Busiek and Ross are prim
An inter-planetary swashbuckler and a telepathic magician are headed to Dynamite Entertainment and that, for many fans, is how it should be. As part of a deal with King Features, Dynamite's bringing Flash Gordon and Mandrake the Magician into its broader line of adventure comics, uniting franchises that haven't shared a common publisher in decades
Grant Morrison's upcoming animated feature based on the Indian epic "Mahabharata" may still be clearing pre-production through Liquid Comics and Perspective Studios, but "18 Days" fans will only have to wait until this summer to get an early look at the project in script book form thanks to a new partnership with Dynamite Entertainment
Charlaine Harris, author of the Sookie Stackhouse "Southern Vampire" mystery novels that inspired the HBO show "True Blood," is about to make her comic book debut this year at Dynamite Entertainment, with a comics adaptation of her newest line of novels, the "Harper Connelly" series
In comic books, it's hard to say that anyone ever truly dies; not sidekicks, not arch-nemeses, and not potentially profitable screenplays with high-profile creative reinterpretations. But in the third issue of Kevin Smith's upcoming "Green Hornet" comic, Dynamite Entertainment has announced that one main character will "die forever": The original Green Hornet, Britt Reid, his son Britt Jr
Marvel Comics is proud to announce that industry legend Alex Ross-who broke new ground with his seminal Marvels limited series-will return to Marvel Comics in 2008 with a brand new project-Avengers/Invaders. Set in current continuity and featuring Marvel's mightiest heroes from the past and present like never before, this 12-issue limited series will reunite the award winning
If you frequent this site, I'll assume you read other comic sites. So, chances are you have heard of The Boys by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson and how the title was dropped by Wildstorm/DC after six issues and is now being published by Dynamite Entertainment. Story goes, DC was not pleased with some of the content in the series and decided to let it go. Well, I never read the
The Marvel Zombies cannot be stopped! And neither can these sell outs as Marvel Zombies/Army of Darkness # 3 has sold out at Diamond. This marks the third straight sell out for the series produced by both Marvel and Dynamite.
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