MOAR Grumpy Cat. This little kitty isn’t letting Deadpool get all the 12 Days of Christmas fun, but is appearing in her own series of comic strips at Nerdist. Because nothing says Christmas like an angry feline. The strips were produced by Dynamite Comics.
Can people get enough of Grumpy Cat? I don’t think so. ICv2 recently reported that the first collection of the Dynamite comic featuring the cranky kitty has been sold in to Scholastic book fairs, and already has orders of more than 100,000 copies via various channels. The first four issue series has been a hit, […]
A new auction that runs until tomorrow features some tasty comics art and benefits both The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund and the Saved Whiskers Rescue Organization. You get some great art and help free speech AND cats? How is this not the win of the year?
Dynamic Forces has teamed with the auction house Comic Link for the auction.
Dynamite named Rachel Pinnelas as a new addition to the company’s editorial team. Pinnelas is joining the publisher as an Associate Editor. She will oversee Dynamite-owned, licensed and creator-owned projects. Pinnelas will be editing Red Sonja, Dejah Thoris, and Vampirella, and as of yet unannounced projects. She also edited the Swords of Sorrow crossover series. “I am very […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Author Warren Ellis chooses his projects in comics extremely carefully, especially his licensed comics work. The author previously expressed these thoughts in a blog post from his own website: There are very few existing properties that I’d be interested in writing. I like making up my own stories. As far as I’m concerned, that is […]
Hot on the heels of the announcement of Dynamite’s Manhattan take-over, the publisher just announced a partnership deal with Atari, the video game publisher that brought you classics such as Pong and E.T.. The days of 8-bit graphics and crappy LCD box TVs are long gone, but they remain indelible in the minds of many 80s kids. […]
Dynamite is joining Valiant, Marvel and Secret Acres as comics companies with a New York City presence as they’ve announced a branch office opening in the ultra trendy Flatiron District. Try the Tiger Shrimp Salad at Num Pang guys, it’s da bomb. Also opening here soon, a newly rennovated Rizzoli Books outpost. Dynamite’s head quarters […]