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Ron Marz set to write new John Carter Warlord of Mars from Dynamite

by Andy Haighon 23/07/2014
John Carter: Warlord of Mars is set to return from Dynamite later this year following the publisher and Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc coming to a somewhat surprising agreement first announced earlier this year over a complicated rights dispute relating to several of Burroughs properties. Edgar Rice Burroughs wrote several science fiction/fantasy novels featuring John Carter […]

Top Indie Comics of 2013: Pulp Thrills, Surprise Powers and Intelligent Horror

by Andy Haighon 31/12/2013
2013 has seen a lot of things happening in the world of comics, with both DC and Marvel launching new titles whilst others have been cancelled. There’s been various events too from DC’s Trinity War to Marvel’s X-Men Battle of the Atom . In a different corner of the comics world far removed from the […]

Red Sonja:Legends brings together team of female writers.

by Andy Haighon 21/07/2013
With the 40th anniversay of Red Sonja coming up Dynamite Entertainment ,currently enjoying massive exposure thanks to the relaunch of their most well known title with new writer Gail Simone, have revealed plans for a new mini series Red Sonja: Legends written by a team of female writers.  Gail Simone had this to say,  ‘The […]

Red Sonja#1

by Andy Haighon 21/07/2013
In this first issue of the relaunched Red Sonja, King Diamath has fought a bloody war and overthrown the Zamoran king only to make a strange discovery in the castle’s dungeon. On the Cimmerian Border Red Sonja finds herself the subject of a Royal Summons.  Dynamite have always been been somewhat looked down upon despite […]

The Boys: Graphic Novel Overview

by Stephen Breweron 21/06/2013
Before I go further this needs to be made perfectly clear, this is not for the casual reader of graphic novels or somebody who is easily offended. The violence is extremely over the top, in almost the first panel you see 'Wee Hughie' holding the severed and bloody hands of his girlfriend. However even this pales in comparison to the treatment of a young female superhero trying to join ‘The Seven’ (a direct parody of The Justice League), which has to be seen to be believed.