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  • A Writer’s Commentary: SHOLLY FISCH on MIGHTY MOUSE #4, on sale NOW!

    A Writer’s Commentary: SHOLLY FISCH on MIGHTY MOUSE #4, on sale NOW from Dynamite!




    Y’know, when you’re writing these commentaries late at night, you start to wonder (or, at least, I start to wonder) whether anyone’s really reading them, or whether you’re just entertaining...
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  • A Writer’s Commentary: CHRIS SEBELA on KISS/VAMPIRELLA #4, on sale NOW!

    A Writer’s Commentary: CHRIS SEBELA on KISS/VAMPIRELLA #4, on sale NOW from Dynamite!

    The penultimate issue is upon us. Now that KISS and Vampirella have met cute and then gotten estranged just as quickly by way of a flamethrower, let’s see how this works out.

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  • A Writer’s Commentary: RAY FAWKES on THE SOVEREIGNS #5, on sale NOW!

    A Writer’s Commentary: RAY FAWKES on THE SOVEREIGNS #5, on sale NOW from Dynamite!




    This is it! All your questions will be answered, all the mysteries revealed! What has obliterated humanity? What the hell happened to the moon? What is the true nature of the Lost Valley?...
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  • DAVID AVALLONE talks BETTIE PAGE #5, on sale in NOVEMBER!

    DAVID AVALLONE talks BETTIE PAGE #5, on sale in NOVEMBER from Dynamite!




    BYRON BREWER: Wait just a sec! We have a BETTIE PAGE #5 coming in November?! Mr. Avallone, you got some ‘splainin’ to do.




    DAVID AVALLONE: People seem to be liking...
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  • A Writer’s Commentary: DAN WATTERS on THE SHADOW #2, on sale TODAY!

    A Writer’s Commentary: DAN WATTERS on THE SHADOW #2, on sale TODAY from Dynamite!

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    As Si mentioned in the commentary for issue 1, I actually came on board with this issue, so this page was the first I ever wrote for the title. So I guess that makes this a little bit...
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  • IAN EDGINTON talks KILLER INSTINCT #3, on sale in NOVEMBER!

    IAN EDGINTON talks KILLER INSTINCT #3, on sale in NOVEMBER from Dynamite!




    BYRON BREWER: Ian, you said last time around that the Killer Instinct world is “essentially a fully-developed superhero universe” with “so much untapped potential.” Now that, as of this writing,...
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  • CHRIS SEBELA talks AGENT 47: BIRTH OF THE HITMAN #2, on sale in NOVEMBER

    CHRIS SEBELA talks AGENT 47: BIRTH OF THE HITMAN #2, on sale in NOVEMBER from Dynamite!




    BYRON BREWER: Chris, with one issue under your belt as of this writing and starting on #2 coming from Dynamite in November, are you having any difficulty with the “voices” of any...
    Rating: Teen + Cover A: Jonathan Lau UPC: 725130262127 02011 Cover B: Gameplay Cover UPC: 725130262127 02021 Writer: Chris Sebela Art: Jonathan Lau Genre: Action, Media Tie-In Publication Date: November 2017 Format: Comic Book Page Count: 32 Pages ON SALE DATE: 11/8 As they travel across the globe on another mission, Subject 47 and his brother 6 begin to assemble their plan of attack against the Institute that made them who they are. A war on both their surrogate family of fellow subjects and a potential future spent as living weapons under someone else's control. While Diana Burnwood's new life in London has begun to blossom and her secret vendetta finds a new sponsor in the form of a crime boss all too eager to teach her new protege a few tricks how to get her hands dirty.
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  • IBRAHIM MOUSTAFA talks JAMES BOND: SOLSTICE, on sale in NOVEMBER!

    IBRAHIM MOUSTAFA talks JAMES BOND: SOLSTICE, on sale in NOVEMBER from Dynamite! BYRON BREWER: Before we discuss your new BOND one-shot from Dynamite, Ibrahim, I understand one of your other books, JAEGER, was nominated for a Will Eisner Award for Best Webcomic. That must have been very exciting. IBRAHIM MOUSTAFA: It was, thanks! It's an idea that I had sitting in a drawer for a few years, and I'd blind-submitted it to a few publishers before I'd had a foothold in the industry, so I was very happy that it was well-receiv...
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  • ANTHONY DEL COL on NANCY DREW & THE HARDY BOYS: THE BIG LIE #6, on sale NOW!

    A Writer’s Commentary: ANTHONY DEL COL on NANCY DREW & THE HARDY BOYS: THE BIG LIE #6, on sale TODAY from Dynamite. PAGE 1 We end this arc exactly where we began. The very first scene back in Issue #1 was Frank Hardy being interviewed in the interrogation room at the Bayside Police Station. So I figured it was fitting to begin the final issue of this first arc at this locale. But this time Nancy Drew’s being interviewed – and doing the voice-over. I thought it was brilliant of artist Werther Dell’Ederra to mimic that page with the large Panel 2, with the exact same colors. But anyone that’s read this far knows that the circumstances are different. But are they? Because on the next page… PAGE 2 Originally I had scripted the shooting of Nancy’s father, Carson Drew, in the previous issue as a cliffhanger...
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  • A Writer’s Commentary: PAUL CORNELL on VAMPIRELLA #6, on sale NOW!

    A Writer’s Commentary: PAUL CORNELL on VAMPIRELLA #6, on sale NOW from Dynamite! Page 1: Editor Matt and I talked a lot about how to make a transition between the real world and the world of dreams, but I think Andy just does it very simply in a cinematic way. Pages 2-3: That’s an amazing castle, and I repeat my previous tactic, which I think of as very 1970s and black and white magazine, of having the title drawn into the art. Page 4: I always wanted to give Grit a voice, and I finally got to do so! Page 5: Architectural detail would seem to be Andy’s thing, which is a happy accident, given that I give him so much of it to play with. Page 6: I love that we...
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  • A Writer’s Commentary: JOE GENTILE on JUSTICE INC.: THE AVENGER #2, out NOW!

    A Writer’s Commentary: JOE GENTILE on JUSTICE INC.: THE AVENGER – FACES OF JUSTICE #2, on sale TODAY from Dynamite! Pg#1-2: Well, we literally get to start off this issue with Benson murdering someone, just like he is being accused of. Love the mood of the art and colors combo here, as it’s seeping in Noir. So is this reality? Maybe so. PG#3-4: Gives us a rundown on the crimes and evidence that has been gathered on our man Benson. The standard justice system is a very gray political game of everyone looking out for themselves. Everyone may have slightly different agendas, and it becomes clear that putting away a celebrity crusader...
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  • A Writer’s Commentary: AMY CHU on RED SONJA #8, on sale NOW!

    A Writer’s Commentary: AMY CHU on RED SONJA #8, on sale NOW from Dynamite! How time flies! Summer is almost over, and here we are, already at Issue #8, the 2nd issue of the 2nd arc. Hope you've enjoyed the ride so far! This second story takes us away from New York, and across America. Maybe you remember when Green Lantern and Green Arrow did something similar? Red Sonja and her pals are taking a slightly different route, through West Virginia as you saw in the previous issue, down to Oklahoma and Texas and west from there. I traveled a similar route by car three times, all when I was a kid and it was an amazing experience. By the way, you really don't realize how big America is until you do this – like five issues BIG. I would have liked to do six, but Red Sonja does not like to tarry in one spot for long.... PAGE ONE We op...
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  • A Writer’s Commentary: DAVID AVALLONE on BETTIE PAGE #2, on sale NOW!

    A Writer’s Commentary: DAVID AVALLONE on BETTIE PAGE #2, on sale NOW from Dynamite! Chapter Two! We delve deeper into the mysteries of Bettie Page’s secret life in 1951, and see some of my favorite spots in Los Angeles. As always: spoilers abound! Read the issue and come back for the inside scoop. The covers: As always, Linsner delivers a beautiful pin-up of Bettie, and Scott Chantler creates something hilarious. The big red “DEATH RAY” button kills me. Pages One and Two. Craig Cermak stepped in this issue to give a hand with the a...
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  • Creator Commentary: PETE WOODS on PROJECT SUPERPOWERS: HERO KILLERS #4, out NOW!

    A Creator’s Commentary: Artist PETE WOODS on PROJECT SUPERPOWERS: HERO KILLERS #4, on sale NOW from Dynamite! Cover: So in keeping with the weird pop culture references I decided to run with a parody of a teaser poster for the film GET CARTER. I’ve always loved the design and figured this was my chance. Page 1: So here we are back at Dickie Moe’s Salvage and poor Captain Battle Jr. has no idea what has happened to his friends. Poor Sparky seems to have lost it completely and Tim is nothing more than a desperate rage monster who will do anything and hurt anyone who he believes will reveal what he’s done...
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  • A Writer’s Commentary: JAMES SUTTER on PATHFINDER: RUNESCARS #4, on sale NOW!

    A Writer’s Commentary: JAMES SUTTER on PATHFINDER: RUNESCARS #4, on sale NOW from Dynamite! Page 1 We’re kicking things off this issue with a quick dream/memory of Tanin’s death at the end of last issue. Normally I hate dream sequences (okay, except in Sandman), but here it felt like a nice way to set the scene and still skip forward to where this issue needed to start. I’m also pretty happy with “gutless horn-sucker” as an insult. Swearing in fantasy is always challenging, as it’s easy for in-world epithets to sound silly. I felt like this was the sort of thing somebody might reasonably call a Hellknight, and carries the proper oomph and sexual connotations without getting too graphic for the censors... Page 2 I’m not going to lie: my favorite comics are at least 80% talking. (Is there a generally accepted term for readers like me? Maybe “Bubble-lovers”?) And these first three page...
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