Lynda Carter’s Wonder Woman and Lindsay Wagner’s Bionic Woman were icons of ‘70s TV—and now, decades after they ruled the small screen, they’re teaming up for a new comic series fit to burst with nostalgia.
The aliens of, err, Alien have been a part of many crossovers, especially in the comics realm. Versus Predator, of course. Versus Batman. The list goes on. But their latest comic book crossover will see them go up against horror heroine Vampirella, and presumably, there will be blood.
Dynamite Entertainment announced they have snagged the coveted comics license to NBC's one-time-hit TV series Heroes, a show that stopped being good halfway through the season one finale.
While Robocop's movie return may still be a while off, the policeman-formerly-known-as Alex Murphy will be seen again sooner than you may expect; Dynamite have announced that they're bringing the character back to comics, and back to his roots.
Dynamite's Buck Rogers comic series starts with a whole lot of Buck kicking ass (if giant amoebas had them, which I kind of doubt) and taking names (which, actually, the amoebas also don't have).
Indie comic Hack/Slash is about to become a lot more independent, after a legal battle over the ownership of cult zombie movie Re-Animator spilled over from the courtroom into the comic book world and forced them to choose between pulling the series or getting dumped by their distributor. But can the tentacles of…
Now it's not only onscreen that the Terminator has two different futures; IDW's announcement yesterday of a Terminator: Salvation prequel comic book (along with an adaptation of the movie itself) means that Dynamite Entertainment's ongoing line of Terminator comics (Itself separate from Dark Horse's Terminator: Omnibus…