James Bond continues to carry out missions at Dynamite Comics, and he has a new adventure coming in March: James Bond… Black Box from writer Benjamin Percy (Green Arrow) with art by Rapha Lobosco and a cover by John Cassaday. We sat down for a chat with novelist Percy for his thoughts on Bond, the state […]
While everyone knows the band Kiss defined loud music and showmanship for all times, via bassist Gene Simmons they were also pioneers of the whole “comics nerdlebrity” movement – Simmons went to high school with Marv Wolfman and must have picked up a thing or two about comics. Anyway, Kiss is back in a regular […]
Bendable, posable Gumby – and his funny horse P0key – shows up where you least expect him – or maybe where you always expect him. Created by master stop motion animator Art Clokey, Gumby has been seen in many guises on the comics page, and he’s coming back in a retrospective book from Dynamite next year.
Well, didn’t expect to hear this one: Dynamite has gotten the license to make new Barbarella comics. The sexy space heroine was a symbol of the 60s both in Jean-Claude Forest’s playful comics and the famous film starring Jane Fonda. No creative team or plans announced yet, but there’s plenty of pacting, with Jean-Marc Lofficier overseeing the new […]
For those longing for adventure beneath the hurtling moons of Mars, Dynamite is bringing back John Carter in a new book written by Brian Wood (DMZ, The Massive, Briggs Land) and Alex Cox. You may know Cox’s name from his job as Deputy Director of the CBLdf, but he’s also had a hand in several comics over […]
Dynamite has been targetting younger readers with some success of lat ewith books like Grumpy Cat and Bpp: the World’s Cutest Dog and they’re doubling down with a new license: Animal Jam, a sort of Second Life for kids that involves doing things in a magical land full of cute little animals. I learned that […]
The magic and music of the band KISS is just too huge to be contained in ONE comic book title to the upcming Kiss title is already getting a spinoff starring Gene Simmons: KISS: The Demon co-written by series writer Amy Chu (Poison Ivy) and Erik Burnham (Back to the Future,Ghostbusters), with art by Eman Cassallos (Jennifer […]