Danger Girl And The Army Of Darkness From IDW/Dynamite

Dynamite's Army Of Darkness comics have crossed over with a number of interesting sorts of the years, from Marvel Zombies to Xena, Warrior Princess. Now, it seems its the turn of J Scott Campbell's Danger Girl from IDW, of whom we haven't seen new material since she left DC/Wildstorm.

The publication will be a joint venture of the two publishers and is written by Danger Girl co-creator Andy Hartnell, drawn by Red Sonja's Chris Bolson, with covers by J. Scott Campbell, Paul Renaud and Nick Bradshaw. Telling the story of how Danger Girl and friends tracked down Necronomicon, The Book Of The Dead – unless Ash can get to it first.

Should make a lot of people happy. Except for Bruce Campbell, who won't sign copies because he doesn't get likeness rights…

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