Seduction of the Innocent Archives

Ande Parks Talks Seduction Of The Innocent
Bechko, writer of Vampirella/Aliens #5, talks with writer Ande Parks about Seduction of the Innocent #2, both in stores now Cover art by Francisco Francavilla. CORINNA S BECHKO: Ande, I've been really enjoying the book so far and can't wait to see where it goes Part of the appeal for me is the setting San Francisco[...]
Esteve Polls Shines On Seduction Of The Innocent
I believe that is the case here with Seduction of the Innocent I liked  Esteve Polls work on the Lone Ranger, but here in this gritty 50's world of crime and corruption his artwork really sings And the fact that Ande Parks script is excellent really pulls Seduction of the Innocent to the top of the[...]
Parks And Polls Seduce With True Crime Tale
If you are a fan of the genre, you should be reading Seduction of the Innocent from Dynamite. Ande Parks is writing the hell out of this story We're only two issues in and already the character of Detective Jennings is a well established, fully-formed protagonist thrust into a big mystery with lots of moving parts[...]
Seduction Of The Innocent Is Dark, Gritty And Enthralling
Spoiler Warning The title Seduction of the Innocent has a dark history in the comic industry It was the title of the book by Dr Fredrick Wertham that started the congressional hearings, led to the start of the Comics Code Authority and the demise of many comic publishers like EC Comics So there is a certain[...]
Exclusive Extended Previews Of James Bond #2 And Seduction Of The Innocent #1
Doc Savage: The Spider's Web #1 gives us more pulpy tales of the Man of Bronze, Ande Parks and Esteve Polls takes us into the Seduction of the Innocent and the second issue of the very popular James Bond series by Warren Ellis and Jason Masters. Doc Savage: The Spider's Web #1 writer: Chris Roberson artist: Cezar Razek[...]
Exclusive Look At Dynamite's Crime Comics Shipping February 2016
We have the third volume of Sherlock Holmes: Moriarty Lives, the third issue of Seduction of the Innocent and the eight issue of Will Eisner's The Spirit. SEDUCTION OF THE INNOCENT #3 (OF 4) Cover: Francesco Francavilla Writer: Ande Parks Art: Esteve Polls The streets of 1953 San Francisco are overflowing with blood, as a pair of ghastly killers continue[...]
Exclusive First Look At Dynamite's Adventure Comics Shipping January 2016
Meanwhile, The Spirit himself tries to set things right in regards to his long-stalled romance with Ellen Dolan, and the detective team of Ebony White and Sammy Strunk dig up evidence that leads to a shadow corporation – one acting as a front for the illicit activities of the mysterious international crime lord, Mikado Vaas![...]
EC-Style Crime / Horror Stories Return In Seduction Of The Innocent
Dynamite Entertainment has announced a new series from Ande Parks and Esteve Polls called Seduction of the Innocent Planned for release in December, the story is being called a gritty and depraved crime fiction in the tradition of James Elroy and EC-era crime and horror comics. Set in the San Francisco of 1953, Seduction of the[...]
Dark Horse And Kitchen Sink Register Trademark For Seduction Of The Innocent Comics
Seduction Of The Innocent was a book by psychiatrist Fredric Wertham, published in the fifties that judged comic books a serious cause of juvenile delinquency Although much of his research has been since discredited at the time it led to Congressional hearings and for the comic industry to institute the Comics Code to censor their titles, which put Harvey[...]
Sixty Years Of Seduction – Right, Wrong, Rage, And Wertham At San Diego Comic Con
Pozios, who serve as mental health consultants for entertainment industries through their organization Broadcast Thought. Trexler opened the hour by welcoming attendees and explaining that "our panel "Sixty Years of Seduction" is not actually on how to – it is a panel discussion on the sixtieth anniversary of the publication of everybody's favorite book, Seduction of[...]
Yee's Company: The Political Connection Of Comics & Video Games
It is simply wrong that the video game industry can be allowed to put their profit margins over the rights of parents and the well-being of children". So, as someone who's fascinated with the history of our geeky mediums it reminded me of a similar political witch hunt.  The 1950's are often portrayed as an idyllic Norman[...]