Sure, in real life, Lucy Lawless and Bruce Campbell have already teamed up in the new Ash Vs. Evil Dead TV show. But now their heroic counterparts are uniting in the pages of comic books, for a new series spinning out of their current ongoings at Dynamite Entertainment. Expect lots of glorious undead killing!
KISS is back! In comics, that is. Long since the days of the Marvel Comics Super Special: KISS, Dynamite is bringing the rock band to life in a weird and wonderful new way with a new comic that will transport the band to a dark and dangerous future.
Over the past few years, Dynamite Comics has been released several miniseries based on both the classic and reimagined versions of Battlestar Galactica—but now they’re trying again with an entirely new series set in the timeline of the original TV show.
Over the past decade, Brandon Sanderson has crafted amazing fantastical worlds in his Mistborn and Reckoner novels, and even contributed to another in the form of finishing Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time saga after Jordan’s death. But one book of Sanderson’s, White Sand, has never been released... until now.
Xena, Warrior Princess is returning to TV soon, and Dynamite Comics is celebrating with an all-new Xena ongoing comic book series based on Xena and Gabrielle’s adventures—and io9 has an exclusive look inside the first issue!
2015 was a great year for comic books, and 2016 is shaping up to be just as exciting—and financially ruinous. Seriously, take a deep breath, look longingly at your wallet, and get ready to write up your pull list of some of 2016's coolest sounding comics.
It’s been a good week for Tarzan in general—first a look at his latest cinematic incarnation (played by Alexander Skarsgård’s abs), and then a ridiculously wild trailer—but also good news for fans following his comic book escapades! Dynamite’s latest Tarzan book will team him up with the undisputed Queen of the…
James Bond is back! And not just on the big screen—Britain’s most famous spy has returned to comics after decades away in today’s release of James Bond #1 by Warren Ellis and Jason Masters. To mark the release of issue one, we spoke Ellis to discuss how he brought Ian Fleming’s classic hero to life.
Vampirella, Dejah Thoris, and Red Sonja have graced the pages of pulp and comics for years—but the fame of their heroics is perhaps only second to the skimpiness of their outfits. That’s all about to change, however: a new direction for three of Dynamite’s female-lead comic series from Gail Simone is coming with a…
When Dynamite announced their official James Bond comic series, details were (perhaps appropriately for a book about a secret agent) scarce—but now we know a little more about the ongoing series, including the fact that it’s kicking off with a story penned by Transmetropolitan’s Warren Ellis.…
Yes, Sam Wilson is now carrying Steve Rogers' shield in not one but two new series from Marvel. Plus Django and Zorro team up-o! And the amazing Fred Van Lente begins an epic heist through time itself in Dark Horse's The Resurrectionists! All that and more in this week's comics!
Dynamite Entertainment has announced the worldwide rights to the James Bond comic book license. The world's greatest spy will star not only new adaptations of Ian Fleming's original novels, but new canonical adventures as well — including Bond's life prior to his first official mission.
Movies? Pshaw. TV shows? Piffle and poppycock. If you want autumn's best entertainment, then you're going to need to check out all the comic and graphic novels due out over the next three months. It's an embarrassment of superhero, scifi, horror and fantasy riches — which is ironic, because you're going to go broke…
Answer: You get Lucifer, a young thief who steals exclusively from the denizens of the underworld, and the young star of Michael Alan Nelson's fan-favorite horror series Hexed. Plus, a look back at Transformers history, a golden age team-up and more, all in this week's comics!
Crossovers are an everyday occurrence in the comics industry, where Spider-Man hangs with Wolverine, Batman stops by Teen Titans HQ, and Aliens battle Predators. But not all crossovers make as much sense as these do. Here are a dozen of them that aren't necessarily bad, but they're all definitely weird.
J. Michael Straczynski's first full-time job writing in TV was on the 1980s Twilight Zone reboot. Now his newest comic job is writing the Twilight Zone comic reboot. Wacky! Plus, dead kids solving crimes, a very unique vampire hunter and the Defenders of the Earth go steampunk in the last comics of 2013!
It’s completely insane how many great comics are coming out his fall. I mean, almost no one could afford them all, and those people who had the cash to buy them would be hard pressed to read them all in a mere three months. Here’s the greatest comics of September, October and November — budget your time and your money…
Sometimes, despite everyone’s best intentions, actual comic books are discussed at Comic-Con. Heck sometimes comic news is announced, although you can barely hear it over the movie and TV panels. Here’s the biggest actual comic news that managed to come out of this year’s Comic-con.
In the early 20th century, Du Pont released a series of pamphlets touting what it claimed to be the greatest agricultural innovation since the plow: dynamite. These pamphlets explain how explosives could help with everything from clearing tree stumps to regenerating soil.
A team of scientists is feeding TNT to a flock of sheep. A. Morrie Craig, a veterinary scientist at Oregon State University, has found that the cud-chewing mammals can efficiently clean up explosives-contaminated soil, of which there are 1.3 million tons throughout the U.S. TNT and other explosives from military…