• Dynamite Pubwatch: June 2020

    Dynamite Pubwatch: June 20200

    In this month’s Dynamite Entertainment Pubwatch, the company is finally starting to circulate some of the issues it had intended to release in April, which is an improvement. Unless you read that new Nancy Drew graphic novel they just put out. Welcome to the Dynamite Entertainment Pubwatch for the month of June! I’m Lisa, Dynamite

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  • Yes, It’s True: The Death of Nancy Drew #1 is a Disaster

    Yes, It’s True: The Death of Nancy Drew #1 is a Disaster1

    Nancy Drew is dead. Car crash, apparently. The cops have written it off as an accident and the rest of River Heights, her hometown, is going about like it’s business as usual. But Joe Hardy, teen detective and Nancy’s boyfriend, refuses to believe that Nancy’s death was an accident -it’s murder and he’s going to

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  • Dynamite Entertainment Pubwatch: February 2020

    Dynamite Entertainment Pubwatch: February 20200

    In this month’s Dynamite Entertainment Pubwatch, Dynamite kills off Nancy Drew…or DO they?! Welcome to the Dynamite Entertainment Pubwatch for the month of February! I’m Lisa, Dynamite is my explosive beat, and here’s this month’s news!

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  • Jenn St-Onge on Updating Classic Female Characters for 2018 Readers

    Jenn St-Onge on Updating Classic Female Characters for 2018 Readers0

    Canadian comic artist Jenn St-Onge has made a name for herself bringing beloved classic characters into the modern age. With Jem and the Holograms and The Misfits and Nancy Drew now under her belt, St-Onge is poised to take over the world. We caught up with St-Onge at the Fan Expo Canada to find out about

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  • Nancy Drew #1 Delivers All-Ages Mystery (and a Goat)

    Nancy Drew #1 Delivers All-Ages Mystery (and a Goat)0

    Nancy Drew #1 Triona Farrell (Colorist), Ariana Maher (Letterer), Jenn St-Onge (Artist), and Kelly Thompson (Writer) Dynamite Comics June 13, 2018 A review copy of this book was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. America’s most famous teen detective is back, this time in comics form. In Nancy Drew #1, Kelly Thompson, Jenn St-Onge,

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