Filed under: Comic Reviews, Dynamite Comics | Tags: Dennis Calero, Lamont Cranston, Margo Lane, The Shadow, Tibet, Tom Sniegiski
So far I’ve been enjoying Garth Ennis take on The Shadow and with 2 issues of his 6-issue arc to come – it was interesting to see Dynamite release an Annual with a fresh creative team. I picked this up on the hope that it’d still have the usual pulp-feel to it that Ennis has managed to capture and freshen up.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Dynamite Comics | Tags: Alex Ross, Captain Victory, Dragonsbane, Dynamite Entertainment, Jack Herbert, Jack Kirby, Silver Star
Jack Kirby would have had his 95th Birthday last week, 28th August, so it almost seems fitting that around this time we take the chance to review the recently finished Kirby: Genesis from Dynamite Entertainment.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Dynamite Comics | Tags: Aaron Campbell, Alex Ross, Dynamite Entertainment, Garth Ennis, Green Hornet, Just a Pilgrim, Lamont Cranston, Preacher, Rocketeer, The Boys, The Shadow
Following Dynamite Entertainments previous success in getting pulp characters like The Green Hornet, The Phantom & The Rocketeer back onto the pages of some mainstream comics…..I was intrigued to find out that the next title they’d be bringing out was The Shadow.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Dynamite Comics | Tags: gameofthrones, georgerrmartin
Will Game of Thrones take over from Harry Potter, Twilight and True Blood as the latest multi-format money spinner? Maybe. My first encounter with the franchise was the excellent HBO programme shown on Sky Atlantic. I was totally into it from the first episode and since the end of the first series have read my way through the first four books, loving every minute and devouring every chapter.