Periodically (pun intended), it’s useful to take a look at where the sales of a publisher’s titles are clustered. It helps widen the picture of how things are going. Things get a little different when you get into the independent comics world. The sales tend to be clustered in a subset of shops, with high […]
By Cliff Biggers For three seasons now, Warren, Murphy and their ragtag band of survivors have fought against zombies and humans alike as they try to save the world in Syfy and Asylum’s Z Nation, an offbeat series that blends horror and humor to create a show unlike any other zombie tale on television. Now series co-creator […]
Sovereigns: Dynamite’s Crowning Achievement By Cliff Biggers Turok. Solar Magnus. Spektor. In 2014, these Gold Key heroes returned to comics in solo series produced by Dynamite Entertainment. Two years later, Dynamite reintroduced them (along with Samson) in the pages of Gold Key Alliance. And in 2017, they’re back again—like you’ve never seen them before—in […]
Apathy meets negativity in an ultimate comics cats team-up.
Riverdale isn’t the only classic town where things are getter a bit dark. Next month Dynamite publises a new mini series called NANCY DREW & THE HARDY BOYS: THE BIG LIE #1 which finds beloved teenage slueth Nancy Drew investigating the murder of the Hardy Boys dad…a crime which they’ve been accused of comitting! Written by Anthony […]
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 […]
It’s Cyber Monday so let’s try to get some of the good ones up there. Dynamite has a bunch of sales on Amazon right now including Brandon Sanderson’s White Sand series The gorgeous Art of Atari book (put on your guft huide for you or even someone else!) DYnamite has relaly upped their […]
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 […]
Amy Chu gives us the straight scoop on the new Red Sonja series from Dynamite that finds the she-devil with a sword in modern day New York City!
Francesco Fracavilla is taking over writing and art duties for a new Spirit five issue series from Dynamite.