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HERoes: Amy Chu

HERoes: Amy Chu

HERoes is one of the columns I am most proud of when I look at the breadth of work that has been produced by Comicosity writers in these past five years, and it isn’t hard to see why when you read this column and look through the archives. Amy Chu is a writer you are seeing

Dynamite Announces Second Printings for RED SONJA #1, DEVOLUTION #1

JANUARY 21, 2015, MOUNT LAUREL, NJ: Dynamite Entertainment is already poised to have its best year yet, with new hires, new offices, and now, the publisher’s two January launch titles selling out at Diamond upon release! In 2014, Dynamite celebrated their tenth anniversary, and things have not slowed down since, with the company acquiring new

Transmyscira: RED SONJA #1

RED SONJA #1 Written by Marguerite Bennett Art by Aneke and Jorge Sutil Published by Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: January 13, 2016 Following Gail Simone’s transformative run that took Sonja all the way back to her origin could be one of the toughest acts in comics to follow in years, but Marguerite Bennett and Aneke

Preview: RED SONJA VOL. 3 #1

Red Sonja Vol. 3 #1 writer: Marguerite Bennett artist: Aneke covers: Marguerite Sauvage (a), Jay Anacleto (b) (connects with the upcoming Vampirella #1 and Dejah Thoris #1!), Tula Lotay (c) subscription cover: Tony Fleecs (d) (connects with the upcoming Vampirella #1 and Dejah Thoris #1!) incentive covers: Ming Doyle, Nicola Scott Fans & retailers, order

Dynamite Entertainment Relaunches RED SONJA, DEJAH THORIS, and VAMPIRELLA

Official Press Release Dynamite Entertainment is proud to announce that beloved comic book heroines Red Sonja, Vampirella, and Dejah Thoris will undergo bold new directions and costume redesigns in new monthly series debuting in the first quarter of 2016. Following narrative direction from Gail Simone, the fan-favorite author of this past summer’s Swords of Sorrow

We’re Here and We’re Queer: 35 Indie Titles Doing Right by LGBTA Fans

It’s been a very challenging week for LGBT comic fans. Without any visible LGBT leads for their All-New All-Different relaunch in the fall, Marvel Comics has given its queer fans a lot to think about. This concern crescendoed with the stone cold declaration that a character who had been identified as bisexual by previous writer

Interview: Swinging the SWORDS OF SORROW with Gail Simone

The mighty crossover of women from across the Dynamite Universe has arrived, with the first issues of Swords of Sorrow hitting comic book stores this week. We’ve been featuring interviews with the talented writers who are crafting the voices of these pulp giants. Now, the chance to find about a little bit about the inspiration

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