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Because it’s been years since Rainbow Brite was at the height of its popularity and everyone’s really into ‘80s nostalgia right now, it isn’t too surprising to hear that Dynamite is launching a new comic based on the franchise.
Writer Jeremy Whitley and artist Brittney Williams’ monthly series will follow a young girl named Wisp as she fights to save her magical world from being drained of its colours.
A new year is upon us, filled with new opportunities and new hopes ... and lots of new comics for you read instead of fulfilling those new opportunities and hopes. Unless they were "read more comics," because boy howdy, do we have some new series we're looking forward to in the first few months of the year to show you!
Can you believe that it's only been six years since America's ABC tried to bring Charlie's Angels back to network television before cancelling the (admittedly terrible) reboot a mere three episodes into the season? Yeah, me neither. As luck would have it, though, the angels are about to make a comeback.
The Street Fighter series' unique cast of world warriors have made for some amazing action figures over the years, once Hasbro got done screwing things up. Celebrating the series' 30th anniversary, here's a look at the history of North American Street Fighter toys with 10 pages from the upcoming Undisputed Street Fighter: The Art and Innovation Behind the Game-Changing Series.
Let's be real: Comics are kind of a year-round thing. But spring is a time of new beginnings, which makes it the perfect time to pick up a new comic book. So it's a good thing that there are a ton of new comics on the way! Here's our picks of the wonderful new books you'll want to get to know in the coming months.
Up until the recent Daniel Craig movies, in the eyes of many Moneypenny has always been the secretary Bond flirts with on his way to a new adventure, rather than an action hero in her own right. Dynamite's excellent Bond comic series wants to alter that perception by giving MI6's finest some time in the spotlight.
Winter is nearly at it end, and as publishers put away its big events and crazy twists for the latter part of the year, getting ready to replace them with... well, more big events and crazy twists! Here's our guide to the very best new comic series you'll want keeping you company in the warmer months. Warning: There are a lot.
When you think of James Bond, there's two different facets that come to mind: the charming, handsome gentleman-spy, and the brutally efficient man of action. Reconciling those two sides of 007 are crucial to any great Bond story -- but for writer Andy Diggle, they're especially important for his upcoming comic miniseries Hammerhead.
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!
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.