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Vampirella/Army of Darkness #4
The splatterific climax! After Vampi’s witch trial, she and Ash race to face an abbey swarming with possessed monks. Which is just a speed bump compared to the demonic angels …
Vampirella / Army of Darkness #2
It’s on! Boomstick vs. fangs! The battle you’ve always wanted to see between Ash and Vampirella – sort of. Make that Ash and a monstrously transformed Vampi, as they tear …
Vampirella/Army of Darkness #1
During his time trapped in the England of 1300 A.D., Ash listened to the terrified primitive screwheads tell of a horrific flying Deadite similar to the one he blasted out …
“Vampirella/Army of Darkness” Pits Deadite against Vampire
Ash confronts his biggest challenge yet in Rahner and Morales' new "Vampirella/Army of Darkness" miniseries from Dynamite Entertainment.
ECCC: Dynamite is Ready to Explode
Dynamite officially announced Gail Simone on "Red Sonja," discussed upcoming surprises and introduced the world to Gross Guy at Emerald City Comicon this weekend.
Vampirella Takes on… Fluffy the Vampire Killer?
Official Press Release Dynamite Entertainment is having some fun with Vampirella, as she takes on the teenage vampire killer, Fluffy! This entertaining yarn is written by Mark Rahner and drawn …
New “Dejah Thoris” Series Delves Into Her Rich History
Official Press Release Dynamite has had incredible critical and commercial success of Dynamite’s Warlord of Mars, Warlord of Mars: Dejah Thoris, and Warlord of Mars: Fall of Barsoom series. Read …
“Rotten” Zombie Palin Comic Book
Official Press Release A zombie Sarah Palin? An insufferable hate-monger named “Bill O’Malley?” Evolution protestors who are like a laughable parody of the Boston Tea Party? All that and much …
Rahner Gets “Rotten”
Seattle Times columnist Mark Rahner examines current events through zombies and cowboys in "Rotten," an ongoing Moonstone series co-written with Robert Horton and drawn by Dan Dougherty. CBR News spoke with Rahner about the project.
Pirates + Cowboys = “Galveston”
"The Flash" writer Tom Peyer and Seattle Times critic Mark Rahner talk to CBR about "Galveston," their new miniseries from BOOM! based on the real-life relationship between famous cowboys and pirates.