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Will Eisner's 'The Spirit' Jumps From DC To Dynamite
In a surprising coup, Dynamite Entertainment announced that it has acquired the rights to Will Eisner's legendary domino-masked crimefighter The Spirit. The rights were previously held by DC Comics, which published both a comprehensive collection of the original strips and new adventures from creators such as Mark Evanier, Sergio Aragones, Darwyn Cooke and J. Bone. Dynamite plans to publish new stories for the character, but has not yet announced creative teams or indicated when these comics might see print. Whether Dynamite has the rights to any archive material or plans to do anything with it remains to be seen. Dynamite Entertainment publisher and CEO Nick Barrucci called the acquisition, "a lifelong dream come true."
Dynamite And Dark Horse Announce Conan And Red Sonja Crossover
The latest relaunches of Conan The Barbarian and Red Sonja -- published by Dark Horse and Dynamite, respectively --have revitalized both franchises. Writer Brian Wood's work on Conan has been well-received, and the announcement of Gail Simone writing a new Red Sonja ongoing brought a level of attention and excitement to the character that had not been seen in some time. And though the two series
Chaykin Returns to 'The Shadow'
Leading up to the start of Comic-Con, Dynamite Entertainment has already made a few big announcements, and this morning the publisher made what might be the biggest so far: Howard Chaykin has signed with Dynamite as writer and artist on an upcoming miniseries The Shadow: Midnight in Moscow. This will be Chaykin's first new story about the legendary pulp character in nearly thirty years.