• Xena #1 Is as Good as the Gods Will Allow

    Xena #1 Is as Good as the Gods Will Allow0

    Xena: Warrior Princess #1 Raul Allen & Patricia Martin, Erica Henderson, Paulina Ganucheau, Emanuela Lupacchino, David Mack (Covers), Vita Ayala (writer), Ariana Maher (lettering), Rebecca Nalty (colors, Olympia Sweetnam (art) Dynamite Comics April 3rd, 2019 Everyone knows her, and lots of people love her. Xena: Warrior Princess, along with her blonde sidekick Gabrielle and their friend Joxer the Mighty, reached

  • Cover Girl: Xena: Warrior Princess #1

    Cover Girl: Xena: Warrior Princess #10

    Welcome to Cover Girl. Each month, we gather a team of WWAC contributors to analyze a new and notable comic book cover featuring one or more women. This month, Louis, Wendy, and Lisa discuss the covers for the Xena #1 relaunch from Dynamite Entertainment.

  • Dynamite Pubwatch: April

    Dynamite Pubwatch: April0

    Welcome to the Dynamite Comics Pubwatch for the month of April! I’m Lisa, Dynamite is my explosive beat, and here’s this month’s news! Sweet Valley High Joins the Dynamite Roster! After publishing over four thousand books in hundreds of languages, Francine Pascal’s Wakefield Twins enter a new decade and join the modern era in “Academic

  • Previously on Comics: Love is Like a Hole in the Head?

    Previously on Comics: Love is Like a Hole in the Head?0

    • News
    • January 28, 2019

    Last week, readers warned of disturbing scenes of violence against Lois Lane appearing in the opening pages of #12, a book that is made available through DC’s new Wal-Mart line with the intention of welcoming new readers in a family-friendly line. Writer Tom King responded to the criticism over at Bleeding Cool, explaining that the

  • PUBWATCH: Dynamite Fall/Winter Roundup

    PUBWATCH: Dynamite Fall/Winter Roundup0

    In her last giant-sized Pubwatch romp, our darling Rosie Knight rounded up the details of Dynamite’s adventures during the spring. With Rosie’s busy schedule, doing stuff like chatting with Captain Marvel, she’s passed on the Dynamite Pubwatch torch, so here I am!

  • Xena #3 is Fun, But Far Too Heterosexual

    Xena #3 is Fun, But Far Too Heterosexual0

    Xena: Warrior Princess #3 Meredith Finch (Writer), Vicente Cifuentes (Artist), Triona Farrell (Colorist), Cardinal Ray (Letterer) Dynamite Entertainment April 18, 2018 I have been surprised by just how much I’ve been enjoying Dynamite’s new Xena title. Written by Meredith Finch, and drawn charmingly by Vicente Cifuentes, it’s undoubtedly colourist Triona Farrell’s book, and since the first