"The World Of Barsoom Is Just So Unique…" – Frank Barbiere Talks Dejah Thoris

Dynamite has given us a new Writer to Writer interview, this time David Avallone (Twilight Zone: The Shadow) talks with Frank Barbiere about Dejah Thoris #5. Cover by NEN, with interiors by Francesco Manna.DAVID AVALLONE: I read somewhere that you discovered the John Carter mythos through his cameo in League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Volume 2 I[...]

Frank Barbiere Uses Fight Scenes As Turning Points In Dejah Thoris

Genevieve Valentine, writer of Xena: Warrior Princess #1, talks with Frank Barbiere about Dejah Thoris #3, both on sale now from Dynamite. Cover is by NEN with interiors by Francesco Manna.GENEVIEVE VALENTINE: A good action scene needs enough space to breathe visually (especially when it's also propelling character and plot at the same time, as in[...]

Exclusive Extended Previews For Xena #1 And Dejah Thoris #3

Barbiere artist: Francesco Manna cover: NENShe’s been exiled from her home and is searching for answers, but now Dejah has a new destiny — leading a platoon in the army of Barsoom! Dejah ventures into the badlands on her first military operation, and there’s danger lurking around every corner See Dejah as you’ve never seen[...]

Writer's Commentary – Frank Barbiere on Dejah Thoris #1

Cover art by NEN, interrior art by Francesco Manna.PAGES 1 & 2I knew I wanted to open the book with a glimpse of what was to come, that being Dejah in her new “Larka” identity and in heated combat I think it makes for a compelling opening and omen of things to come, and a[...]

"We're Not Rebooting The Character" – Frank Barbiere Talks Dejah Thoris

Covers by Nen and Jay Anacleto. BYRON BREWER: Frank, Dejah Thoris has done it all as a Dynamite character Tell us about this new iteration and how it came about.FRANK BARBIERE: The idea for the new take came from Gail Simone, who has been the architect behind the relaunch of not only Dejah Thoris, but Red[...]