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'Xena' Returns With Genevieve Valentine And Ariel Medel
Dynamite Entertainment has a pretty solid track record when it comes to Xena: Warrior Princess comics. Dark Xena was one of the most fun and entertaining mirror-universe stories that I've ever read, and the Army of Darkness crossover, a no-brainer if there ever was one, was exactly what you've wanted it to be since 1996. The thing is, both of those stories were almost ten years ago, and for most of the past decade, we have been living a dreary existence in a world without Xena comics. Until now! In April, Dynamite is launching a new Xena comic from writer Genevieve Valentine, recently of Catwoman, and artist Ariel Medel, with a story that's promising prophecies, amazons, and a battle against Julius Caesar.
The Insanity of the 'Xena: Warrior Princess' Christmas Special
As anyone who knows me can attest, I'm a pretty big fan of Christmas, and this time of year, I start going through my set of holiday traditions. There's the usual ones, of course, like decorating the tree and opening the Advent Calendar, but I've also got a few of my own, like the traditional Christmas Eve slice of pie at the Waffle House. But the ones I look forward to most of all are the round of Christmas specials I watch every year. The centerpiece, of course, is a 1967 episode of Dragnet called "The Christmas Story," where Joe Friday investigates the theft of a statue of Jesus from a church on Christmas Eve, but for me, the Christmas season just isn't complete without a viewing of the Xena: Warrior Princess episode "A Solstice Carol." You know, the one where Xena meets Santa Claus.