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Red Sonja's Women-Only Anthology
How's this for a list of writers on an anthology series: Marjorie M. Liu, Mercedes Lackey, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Rhianna Pratchett, Leah Moore, Tamora Pierce, Blair Butler, Nancy Collins, Meljean Brook, Nicola Scott, Devin Grayson. Those are some, but not all of the writers -- novelists and comics pros alike -- who are going to be contributing to Dynamite Entertainment's new Legends of Red Sonja pr
Jeff Parker On Reuniting The Phantom, Flash Gordon And Mandrake For ‘Kings Watch’ [Interview]
Today, Dynamite announced that they were bringing The Phantom, Mandrake the Magician and Flash Gordon back to comic books with the team of Jeff Parker and Marc Laming. The big return is set to take place in an all-new series called King's Watch, in which the Ghost Who Walks, the Savior of the Universe and... uh... Mandrake find themselves battling against forces that threaten the entire world.
‘The Art Of Sean Phillips’ Coming From Dynamite In September [Preview Pages + Art]
If you pay attention to our yearly deluxe book gift guides, you know that we at ComicsAlliance are big fans of coffee table books, particularly those dedicated to the work of our favorite comic book artists. Dynamite Entertainment has been building an impressive business in this area over the last few years with great books based on the art of different eras of Vampirella and singling out important talents like Howard Chaykin, Ramona Fradon and Alex Ross.
Parting Shot: Dynamite Reveals Variant Covers For Gail Simone’s ‘Red Sonja’ #1 [Art]
Last month Dynamite Entertainment announced a relaunch of Red Sonja, with the new monthly series to be written by Gail Simone. The publisher also revealed plans to have the series' covers be created by a rotating cast of women artists. Today, Dynamite released all six covers for Red Sonja #1, including work from Fiona Staples, Amanda Conner, Colleen Doran, Nicola Scott, Stephanie Buscema, and Jenn
Modern Horror, Sex and Death: Dynamite’s ‘The Art of Vampirella’ [Review]
Only in comics would you get a character like Vampirella in such a prominent role in the medium's history. Vampirella is arguably, with Wonder Woman and Red Sonja, one of the most iconic female characters in comics. Which is somewhat problematic given that she's meant as a mashup of Uncle Creepy and Elvira -- generally speaking, kind of a sordid mix from which iconic characters grow...

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