Dietrich Smith Archives

Rob Liefeld Says Goodbye to the X-Men With Love Letter to Claremont/Byrne/Austin
I was 24 years old when I opened Extreme, a kid leading kids, I had plenty of flaws but the results with these amazing talents speak for themselves. When I talk of talent and launching talent, I know what I'm talking about. Andy Park Marat Mychaels Dan Fraga Norm Rapmund Jeff Matsuda Danny Miki Jaime Mendoza Eric Stephenson Chap Yaep Matt Hawkins Marlo Alquiza Todd Nauck Lary Stucker Aron Lusen Chris[...]
Death of Apollo
Part of the proceeds from the bundle goes to  AbleGamers Foundation, a non-profit charity dedicated to breaking down the barriers of economic and social isolation for people with disabilities through their disabled gamers assistive technologies that allows those with limited real-world mobility to experience what it is like to walk, run, climb, drive and even fly[...]
Dietrich Smith Makes Drawing The Joker Look Easy
Talented artist and friend of mine, Dietrich Smith, likes to do warm-up sketches like a lot of artists do Smith wrapped up Battlestar Galactica: Death of Apollo not too long ago for Dynamite and just teased that he has a new series coming up with BOOM! Studios that he can't talk about yet… but he[...]
Death Of Apollo #1 Free And Part Of A 59 Comic Battlestar Galactica Bundle
For more information, click here. To help entice you to check out the bundle, Dynamite has sent us Battlestar Galactica: Death of Apollo #1 by Dan Abnett and Dietrich Smith. Dynamite has a second comic bundle sale going on over at Comixology, this one focuses on Battlestar Galactica It contains 59 digital comic books for $19.99,[...]
Writer's Commentary – David F. Walker On Shaft: Imitation Of Life #4
The cover below was done by Matthew Clark and interiors by Dietrich Smith. Page 1 The first issue of Shaft: Imitation of Life started with a sequence from the original Shaft novel by Ernest Tidyman, and I wanted to make sure that this final issue of the story made some kind of passing reference to where it[...]
David Walker Had The idea For Shaft: Imitation Life For A Long Time
We see this evolution through Shaft's relationship with Tito, and it is subtle, but very telling. BB: How have you liked Dietrich Smith's interpretation of the character? DW: Dietrich is delivering the goods I had thought he hit his stride somewhere in the first issue, but he really keeps topping himself as the story progresses[...]
David F. Walker Compares Luke Cage To John Shaft
Here the writer talks to Byron Brewer about the series, the character and working with Dietrich Smith Cover art by Matthew Clarke. BYRON BREWER: By April and issue #3, David, you are at the penultimate book in this Shaft saga? Without spoilers, can you compare your first Shaft series with this one? DAVID F WALKER: The first[...]
David F. Walker Continues Shaft In Both Prose And Comics This February
Joining Walker on the series will be Dietrich Smith (Army of Darkness, Vamirella). The premise of Shaft's Revenge: When the Godfather of crime in Harlem reaches out to Shaft for a favor, the hardboiled detective finds himself caught in a web of violence and murder No one is safe as the bullets start to fly and the[...]
Free On Bleeding Cool – Battlestar Galactica: Death Of Apollo #1
Battlestar Galactica: Death of Apollo #1 from Dan Abnett and Dietrich Smith tells the tale of what happened to Apollo between the two original BSG television series. For more BSG digital comics, check out the Dynamite Digital Comic website. We kick off your Monday with a free comic from Dynamite Entertainment Battlestar Galactica: Death of Apollo[...]
Dynamite Announces Battlestar Galactica: The Death Of Apollo
Dynamite Entertainment has hired Dan Abnett (Guardians of the Galaxy) to kill him and Dietrich Smith is going to draw it This is an event that was hinted at in the official TV series but never shown. Captain Apollo (Richard Hatch) was one of the main characters of the series from 1978 to 1979 but when[...]