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§ Nice art: Brian Cronin explains why Red Sonja has separates rights from Conan and wasn’t included in the new Marvel deal. Along the way he posts a lot of great art from Sonja’s long comics history including these lovely pieces from Spanish artist Esteban Maroto. Maroto was a mainstay of the black & white […]
Dynamite has announced a new Red Sonja statue, sculpted to match Amanda Conner’s cover artwork for Red Sonja: The Black Tower #1, which will be funded by Kickstarter. Official PR follows: Dynamite Entertainment is pleased to announce the launch of their exciting new Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign, which celebrates the storied history of their most iconic comic book […]
After a hard day of reading comics, and then giving people a piece of your mind on social media, it’s inevitable that folks will wat to enjoy an adult beverage – which could be a beer or maybe just a tall, refreshing glass of kombucha, brimming with fermented tea and bubbles. And Dynamite has correctly […]
It’s been 45-years since Red Sonja and her iconic chainmail bikini first graced comic book pages. The sword-wielding fighter was first seen in the 1973 issue of Conan the Barbarian #23 by Roy Thomas and Barry Windsor-Smith. Dynamite Comics began publishing Red Sonja in 2005, with writer Gail Simone joining in 2013 to spearhead a […]
On Saturday, at 11am in room 1A02 at NYCC, Dynamite is having a panel to celebrate Red Sonja’s 45th anniversary. The panel topic is, “Dynamite Presents 45 Years of Seeing Red: Celebrate Red Sonja’s History and Her Battle for Female Empowerment in Comics,” and is scheduled to include Amy Chu, Gail Simone, Louise Simonson, Erik Mona, […]
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!