Dynamite Entertainment Archives

Avengers #1 cover by Ed McGuinness
This story begins with "gentrification on gigabyte-laced steroids," so that's promising. Red Sonja/Tarzan #1 cover by Adam Hughes Red Sonja/Tarzan #1 Gail Simone is uniting Tarzan and Red Sonja alongside artist Walter Geovani.  The two fight a the villainous Eson Duul, and, with a creative team like this, it's sure to be an enjoyable read. Sherlock Holmes: The Vanishing Man #1[...]
Green Hornet #1 cover by Mike Choi
Britt Reid Jr., aka the Green Hornet, has gone missing. Kato and Mulan are struggling to hold Century City together in his absence. Is it time for someone new to take up the mantle? Is it a good read?
Pumpkinhead #1 cover by Kelley Jones and Chris O'Halloran
Pumpkinhead returns when a pair of children are killed in a hit-and-run perpetrated by a skinhead. The local police are trying to investigate the murder, but the family of the deceased summon a demon of vengeance to deal with the killer. Is it a good read?
Red Sonja #12 cover by Ben Caldwell
In Red Sonja #12, Red Sonja and Wallace find a portal opened before them, and the two go through at the risk of finding copies of themselves. What they find is a desolate wasteland to search. Does this make for a good read?
The Boys: Amazon Casts Five More for The Seven's Roster
Usher (Survivor's Remorse) and Nathan Mitchell (iZombie) are set to join Jessica Jones' Erin Moriarty as leads in the streaming service's adaptation of Garth Ennis (Preacher) and Darick Robertson's (Happy!) comic book series. Created for series by Eric Kripke (Supernatural) and with Preacher's Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen set to direct, here's an overview of the comic[...]
Nick Barrucci
Also featured on the show are select comic book collections for Batman, Superman, Spider-Man, Wolverine and many other popular DC Comics and Marvel characters currently featured in the Thor: Ragnarok, Justice League, Spider-Man Homecoming and Guardians of the Galaxy movies. From there he will be switching company hats and flying back to New Jersey where he[...]
the boys amazon
Moritz's studio-based Original Films. The Boys ran for 72 issues between 2008 and 2012, initially published by Wildstorm for the first six issues before moving to Dynamite Entertainment for the remainder of its run Here's a quick overview of the comic book series: THIS IS GOING TO HURT! In a world where costumed heroes soar through the[...]
Female Empowerment Is Unleashed On Swords Of Sorrow #1
As a die-hard Gail Simone fan, I couldn't contain my excitement to read her new title Swords of Sorrow from Dynamite Entertainment Written by Simone, with art by Sergio Davila, Swords of Sorrow #1 combines a multitude of strong female characters into one book. I want to start off by talking about the opening scene of[...]
Dynamite's Pulp Nostalgia 'Specials' Covers By Robert Hack Are Quite Nifty
Recently, Dynamite Entertainment released their "specials", double-sized stories in prestige format for The Avenger, The Shadow, and Doc Savage I have a big ol' soft spot for pulp tradition, and have been considering reading Doc Savage and The Avenger, having already been keeping up with The Shadow somewhat, but these editions–they really sold themselves to[...]
Dynamite And Paizo Publishing Reveal Pathfinder Origins
By Christopher Helton Dynamite Entertainment and Paizo Publishing have announced a new miniseries of Pathfinder comics to be published by Dynamite Called Pathfinder Origins, this six issue miniseries will explore the characters of the Pathfinder Comic and introduce one of the iconic characters of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game to the fans of the comics. This miniseries will[...]
Talking With Mike Mayhew A Long Time Ago In A Comikaze Expo Far, Far Away
When drawing comics like Zorro or Vampirella, it just became a practical necessity to cast the roles and shoot pictures of people to keep things consistent and it sort of enabled my artistic process in a way. CH: What's next for you now that you've conquered a galaxy far, far away? MM: Right now I'm doing a[...]