Dynamite Entertainment presents Barbarella #12, written by Mike Carey with art by Kenan Yarar and Jorge Fornes.
Dynamite Entertainment presents Barbarella #10, by Mike Carey and Kenan Yarar.
Barbarella has been lied to and weaponized in Dynamite Entertainment's Barbarella #9, by Mike Carey and Kenan Yarar.
Barbarella is lost in a maze of Radically Unstable Space-Time in Dynamite Entertainment's Barbarella #7, by Mike Carey and Kenan Yarar.
Barbarella is trapped in a maze with an entire fortune at stake. Dynamite Entertainment's Barbarella #6 by Mike Carey and Kenan Yarar.
Barbarella can’t resist the mighty call of the rarest & most valuable stuff in the universe! Dynamite's Barbarella #5 by Mike Carey & Kenan Yarar.
Barbarella may have narrowly averted a galactic war, but she’s still needs a null-d regulator! Dynamite's Barbarella #4 by Mike Carey & Jorge Fornés.
If Barbarella acts to save billions of innocents it may spell disaster for Earth! Dynamite Entertainment's Barbarella #3 by Mike Carey & Kenan Yarar.
Barbarella has to choose a side and stick to it. But it might not be the one you expect… Dynamite's Barbarella #2 by Mike Carey & Kenan Yarar.
When Barbarella wanders into a war zone, the theocratic rulers of Parosia arrest & imprison her! Dynamite's Barbarella #1 by Mike Carey & Kenan Yarar.
The 1960s sci-fi icon will return in a series of new Barbarella comics written by Mike Carey and published by Dynamite Entertainment.
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The new series from Dynamite Entertainment will mark the character's first comics appearance since 1978.
DeConnick tells CBR about the Humanoids adaptation of the influential sci-fi tale, how it influenced her work on "Bitch Planet" and thinking about female characters.
Amazon Studios has picked up the pilot for Barbarella, a television project produced by Nicolas Winding Refn.
Only God Forgives composer Cliff Martinez talks with Spinoff Online about his collaborations with directors Nicholas Winding Refn and Steven Soderbergh, avoiding typecasting, and which projects are next.
Nicolas Winding Refn and Skyfall scribes Neal Purvis and Robert Wade will work on the planned Barbarella television series.