REVIEW: Sacred Six #1 from Dynamite is a compelling narrative that may send new readers back to Christopher Priest's Vampirella run.
Dynamite Comics Archives
Looking for some summer reading? Dynamite and Fanatical have teamed up to bring you books galore with their latest bundle.
Luckily, Dynamite Comics managed to get most of those down without me. //Credit: Dynamite Comics First off, The Six Million Dollar Man needs to be set in the '70s The story would fall apart in any decade since, and it's a already a plausible stretch for that time frame We don't know if six million dollars would[...]
Despite our mysterious man back in costume and Worthy's continued storyline, The Shadow Vol. 3 #4 doesn't feel like a particularly exciting issue.
Dynamite has announced a new Legenderry: Red Sonja series written by Marc Andreyko, drawn by Igor Lima and covers by Joe Benitez.
Ash and Commander Digges are in trouble with the school, but they still have some deadites to worry about with homecoming on the way. Is it a good read?
Skin and Earth has likable characters, beautiful art, and an intriguing story. Despite its status as an album tie-in, it's a good read in its own right.
During New York Comic Con, the first issue of Dynamite's new comic Grumpy Cat was released, and only a day later, Rich Johnston and I managed to visit the
This specific panel not only celebrated the history of The Spirit but also looked at the characters present, focusing on the current book from Dynamite Comics, written by Matt Wagner with art by Dan Schkade, who both appeared on the panel. Along with Wagner and Schkade, also on the panel was Nick Barrucci, CEO and Dynamite[...]
By Christopher Helton Dynamite Entertainment and Paizo Publishing have announced a new miniseries of Pathfinder comics to be published by Dynamite. Called
I don't think that all of this ruins the comic, and the lack of breathing room does contribute to the pacing, but it can be a lot to take in. We will see how the pacing holds up over the next few issues. One complaint that I typically have about Dynamite comics that thankfully did not[...]
By Erik Grove It’s late March and I’ve got a lot of comic books on my mind. I’m looking forward to a great weekend in Seattle next weekend at the Emerald