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I'm starting to get the feeling that Garth Ennis doesn't like heroes very much. I don't mean superheroes, either. His ambivalence toward the spandex set is well-established and can easily be taken as read at this point. But heroes? The
Batman doesn't use guns. It's kind of his deal, one of the defining aspects of his character that's been in place for over 70 years, despite the book's ties to the trigger-happy worlds of pulp vigilantes and noir detective stories. So why not? Well, the
Dynamite Entertainment got really real last weekend at New York Comic-Con, coming out swinging with numerous new projects from an impressive roster of mainstream creators who've been given free rein on brand new series. Among them, Rick Remende
In one of the first major announcements to come out of this year's San Diego Comic-Con, Dynamite Entertainment has confirmed Masks, a new mini-series that not only sees the first team-up of classic pulp heroes like the Shadow, the Spider and the Green Hornet, but also sees Alex Ross' first full interior work on a comic in years. The book is written by Chris Roberson (MonkeyBrain Comics, iZombie).Although he's contributed pages to other
Here at ComicsAlliance, we value our readership and are always open to what the masses of internet readers have to say. That's why every week, Senior Writer Chris Sims puts his comics culture knowledge to the test as he responds to your reader questions!
Q: Why is it when superheroes are translated to movies or TV, "no killing" seems to be the first thing out the window? -- @jason1749
A: I've reviewed a lot of comic book movies here at ComicsAlliance, and the casual atti
Just a few days after we learned that Dynamite Entertainment had done the impossible and secured the rights to reprint Howard Chaykin's legendary The Shadow: Blood and Judgement in a new graphic novel edition, the publisher dropped another pulp bomb on us Monday morning: Garth Ennis will write an all-new The Shadow series for Dynamite. Debuting in April, the book will be drawn by Aaron Campbell (Dynamite's The Complete Dracula, Green Hornet: Year One) and feature cover art
I know it will come as a great shock to you all when I tell you that I broke from the standards of professional decorum yesterday when I replied to a press release email with the word, "YES." That press release came from Dynamite Entertainment, who wanted to let us know that they're releasing in April a new collection of Howard Chaykin's The Shadow: Blood and Judgment. And I'm not alone in my elation. Read on to see some preview pages and rea
I think it's safe to say that we here at ComicsAlliance are fans of Great Comics that Never Happened, but we're certainly not the only ones who have rifled through longboxes and played a game of "wouldn't it be awesome if..." And as we found out today when we came across the gallery of comic art collector Randy Sa