Worlds collide this February when Ash meets Elvis and a foul-mouthed mummy in Dynamite’s latest crossover Army of Darkness vs. Bubba Ho-Tep. The four-issue mini-series not only brings together two beloved cult classics, it also pits Bruce Campbell’s infamous character against another of his best personas (the actor played Ash in the Evil Dead series […]
40 page specials for the holiday
Dynamite is running an Army of Darkness promotion with the Groupees website, where you can assemble your own set of digital comics or get the whole set for a bit over 90% less then cover. Official PR follows: Dynamite Entertainment and unique media bundling site Groupees are proud to offer a horror-heavy digital comics promotion to […]
At the risk of making everyone feel old, it’s 25th anniversary of Army of Darkness, so Dynamite is relaunching the franchise as Ash Vs. The Army of Darkness. The “special S-Mart pricing” on the #0 issue will be 99 cents. The initial storyline will find Ash facing not just the Deadites, but the fearsome experience of looking […]
As you know, we’re big Bruce Campbell fans here at Stately Beat Manor, and Bruce was never Brucier than in Army of Darkness. So with Dynamite about to release a collection of The Art of Amy of Darkness—which was their first comic book some 10 (!!!) years ago—you know we’ll want a copy so we can relive artistic reinterpretations of great moments in the history of the One True Bruce, from John Bolton’s classic key art on. Hail to the King, baby.
[Wrapping up this week’s Dynamite sponsored series of peer-to-peer interviews, Jim Zub interviews writer Mark Rahner on the Army of Darkness Reanimator team-up one shot!] ZUB: The horror genre seems cover a huge spectrum from psychological terror all through to exaggerated gory stuff. What are some of your favorite horror films and how do they […]