Betty Boop Comes Back to Comics After 20 Years


When I was kid, my mom bought so much Betty Boop stuff.  Betty Boop mugs.  Betty Boop plates.  I couldn’t take a step without seeing the little red dress in my periphery.  Now, I had no idea who Betty Boop was, but I gathered she was important for some reason. It looks like I’ll get to find out what […]

The Brewing Factory to Produce Jungle Girl Statue


Ready your wallets, because Dynamite’s adding another statue to its Women of Dynamite collection.  Based on the art of Frank Cho, Jana the Jungle Girl will stand 12″ tall and mighty on a 6″ base, gazing off into the distance at some unseen danger.  It will be crafted by Jason Smith of The Brewing Factory using cold-cast porcelin […]

Chuck Dixon and Andres Ponce Bring Frankenstein Back to Life


  Things are getting spoopy up in here. This October, writer Chuck Dixon teams up with artist Andres Ponce to bring Frankenstein: Storm Surge to life.  The mini-series will act as a continuation of Frankenstein: Prodigal Son. Dynamite Entertainment is proud to announce the October launch of Dean Koontz’s Frankenstein: Storm Surge, an all-new six-issue miniseries. From the […]

Vampirella and Red Sonja Have Come to Grace PS4 Home Screens Everywhere


Do you own a PS4?  Do you like personalizing your digital home screen?  Do you like Red Sonja and/or Vampirella too?  If you fall into this particular subsection of a subsection of a subsection, you’ll love what Dynamite has for you today.  The Powell Group, a video game consulting agency, announced that the PS Store will now carry […]

Dynamite Announces MMA-Based Action Series “Cage Hero”


This November, Dynamite in conjunction with Surge Licensing Inc as well as MMA managers Ian Parker and Mark Mastrandrea, will bring MMA to comic book stores near you through Cage Hero, a four issue all-ages action-adventure series “that inspires health, fitness, skill, and teamwork to become a real hero.” In the vein of media properties like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles […]

Will Eisner’s Jungle Queen Sheena Teams up with Tarzan for the First Time, Fulfilling a Wildly Fantastic OTP

Sheena Joe Jusko Painting

Today, Dynamite announced that they’ve acquired the rights to Will Eisner’s Sheena, Queen of the Jungle and plan to team her up with her historical inspiration Tarzan for a jungle crossover that would make Phil Colins quiver. Check out the full press release below: Dynamite Entertainment is proud to announce their agreement with rights holders Galaxy Publishing […]

Rick Remender and Jonathan Wayshak Present Devolution, a Sci-Fi Grindhouse Where Everything Goes Wrong


Recently, it seems as though Rick Remender can do no wrong.  Fresh off his announcement that he’s taking a break from Marvel Comics writing to focus on creator owned work, the writer of Low and Deadly Class is now working with The Authority artist Jonathan Wayshak and colorist Jordan Boyd to bring a new series called Devolution to Dynamite. Described as “a […]

SDCC ’15: Watchtower Tuesday: There’s no earthly way of knowing / Which direction we are going…


…and we’re back! Comic-Con won’t start for another day, but the newsfeeds have been full of it today! There’s all sorts of anticipation, it’s kinda thrilling and scary! We’re ensconced at Stately Beat Manor, keeping house (Heidi, don’t worry about the Eisner fresco. Since the pigment is part of the plaster, it’s easy to clean. […]

SDCC ’15: Dynamite Announces Two Panels and Exclusives; Variants of Will Eisner’s THE SPIRIT and Bob’s Burgers


If you missed it, earlier today Dynamite made the following big announcements: They’re opening an office in Manhattan They’re partnering with Atari to reprint Atari Force and make new licensed comics They’re publishing A Train Called Love, a new creator owned series by Garth Ennis To wrap up the day, Dynamite announced their panel and exclusives lineup […]

Garth Ennis Injects Passion Into his Violence in New Dynamite Series, A Train Called Love


What a Dynamite day.  The comics publisher previously announced that they’ll be opening a branch office in New York’s flatiron district and that they’ll be working with Atari to produce new comics properties.  Now they’re announcing A Train Called Love, a new creator-owned title that will be Garth Ennis’ first work with the company in two […]