James Bond #1Since his creation by Ian Fleming in 1953, the iconic James Bond 007 has regularly appeared in all forms of entertainment, except comics. But now Dynamite comics have recruited legendary writer Warren Ellis to put together an ongoing series of England’s most dangerous secret agent. But will this new title leave readers shaken or stirred?

Aliens VampirellaIn some circles the use of a / denotes a romantic pairing rather than “versus” which makes first impressions of Aliens/Vampirella rather hilarious. Fortunately writer Corinna Sara Bechko (Heathentown) and artist Javier Garcia-Miranda have blended together claustrophobic Alien terror with classic Vampirella story-telling in Dynamite Entertainment and Dark Horse’s Aliens/Vampirella. Seeing is believing.

Dynamite and ComicsFixComicsFix, the new kids on the digital comics block, are expanding their library of titles with a new deal to bring Dynamite Entertainment’s expansive and versatile library to their subscription based app. It’s another fantastic way for digital comics fans to get access to amazing title like Garth Ennis’ The Boys, Gail Simone’s excellent Red Sonja and the brilliant Bob’s Burgers!

D.E. Comic Page Template.epsBob’s Burger from Dynamite Entertainment is the latest small-screen animated sensation to be transferred to the comic book page offering new stories which won’t be seen on your TV. However, is Bob’s Burgers #1 a truly delicious opening issue, or is this a series which will need to be taken off the menu?

From Art Baltazar and Franco, the brilliantly twisted mind behind Aw Yeah Comics and Itty Bitty Hellboy, comes the crossover epic event of a lifetime! Finally, Captain Action Cat meets Action Cat and the characters from Aw Yeah Comics as they also cross over with Dark Horse Comics characters such as Ghost, X, Captain Midnight, and the Occultist – this series promises the typical zaniness that the creators of Tiny Titans are known for!

Dynamite Entertainment have announced a hug collection of titles to be revealed this weekend at SDCC including a new mini series from Tony Lee about a Battlestar Galactica’s cult hero, an ongoing series from Steve Niles based on Ash and The Army of Darkness, Japanese classic Robotech and the continuation of NBC’s hit TV series Heroes.

Dynamite Entertainment is proud to announce that celebrated comic book writer James Robinson (StarmanJustice Society of America, Earth 2, Leave It to Chance) has signed a deal to create a new series entitled Grand Passion.  This partnership marks the first time that Robinson will work with Dynamite Entertainment to develop new content.

BlackBat001-Cov-BenitezDynamite Comics have carved a great niche for themselves as the home of pulp superheroes like The Shadow, The Green Hornet and The Bionic Man.  Black Bat is the newest superhero to join this illustrious line up with his own title released this week. However instead of harking back to the golden age of 50s superheroes, Black Bat instead feels like a throwback to the gritty world of the late 70s and 80s when comics started getting a darker edge and became more than just funny books for kids.