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VAMPIRELLA #8 Written by Jeremy Whitley Art by Andy Belanger, Lee Loughridge, and Travis Lanham Published by Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: November 29, 2017 It’s Mad Max meets The L Word as Vampirella — awake in a desolate world 1,000 years in the future — fights zombie bikers alongside her maybe-kind-of-hopefully girlfriend Vicki, who just might be

Transmycira: VAMPIRELLA #1

VAMPIRELLA #1 Written by Paul Cornell Art by Jimmy Broxton Published by Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: March 15, 2017 As improbable as it may sound, it seems like the most difficult — nigh unsolvable — riddle in comics is a space vampire who cavorts around in a bathing suit. A year and two weeks ago,

Still Here, Still Queer: 35 MORE Indie Titles Doing Right by LGBTA Fans

It’s been less than a year since Comicosity put together the last list of 35 indie comic titles that included queer characters or themes — and to be perfectly honest, it didn’t take much to come up with another. That’s progress, slowly but steadily. DC has dropped to three queer-led monthlies (Harley Quinn, Hellblazer, and

Transmyscira: VAMPIRELLA #1

VAMPIRELLA #1 Written by Kate Leth Art by Eman Casallos Published by Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: March 2, 2016 For the debut of its bold new direction, Vampirella tackles her two oldest foes: sunshine and clothes. When Dynamite revealed Vampirella’s new Nicola Scott-designed costume and that Kate Leth (Adventure Time: Bitter Sweets, Patsy Walker AKA

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

Interview: Swinging the SWORDS OF SORROW with Nancy Collins

In just a few days, the first chapter of Gail Simone’s epic Dynamite crossover event, Swords of Sorrow, hits your local comic shop. Along with the main story of characters crossing time and space to fight an enemy taking aim, there are tie-in booms focusing on some of the most dangerous and cunning women of