Editors and creators from "Dynamite Entertainment" met this morning at Wizard World Philly for a panel discussing new projects and answering audience questions. The panel featured Project: Superpowers writer Jim Krueger, Red Sonja scribe Brian Reed, publisher Nick Barrucci, Joe Rybrandt the Director of Marketing and the creators of The Blair Witch Project. Among the projects covered by the panelists: new merchandise for The Boys, a new title by the writers of Blair Witch called "Blackbeard" and Brian Reed's new two year opus upcoming on "Red Sonja".The presentation kicked off with a slideshow of existing and upcoming projects. Publisher Nick Barucci shed some light on Dynamite's best-selling title: "The Boys" by Garth Ennis and Darrick Robertson. According to Barucci, it wasn't easy to lure two such high profile creators. "I called up Garth. I said - 'I can't negotiate with Image or Top Cow or anyone else. I'll make you one promise: I'll give you the same deal you have with DC right now plus the promise of total artistic freedom." Barucci was adamant that it was Dynamite's passion for the title that sold the creators on Dynamite. The only change Garth Ennis asked for in his contract was "final say" on movie and TV rights regarding the property. "The pitch I made was: in my opinion, you have the Sopranos," Barucci said of his conversation with Garth Ennis. "And not to be arrogant, but we're HBO. If you come to us, you are the Sopranos on HBO on Sunday nights. If you go anywhere else, you'll get lost in the shuffle." Barucci is such a fan of the property, he doesn't even read the scripts when they come in. "I have to wait for the book itself," he said.The next major project discussed was "Project: Superpowers" by Alex Ross and Jim Krueger, with art by Doug Klauba and Stephen Sadowski. "We worked on it for about three years before we got it where we wanted it," Barucci said. "I wrote this whole diatribe, and we were like - 'this is good stuff' but we needed a hook. Then Alex Ross was like 'I could work on that'.""Well, that's a hook," Rybrandt interjected, drawing laughs from the audience. "You're not going to believe this but our short list of writers for who could make this book work was literally like: Geoff Johns, Kurt Busiek, Jim Krueger and Alan Moore," Barucci said. "So, Alex Ross worked with Jim Krueger all the time and he said 'so let's just call him' which was perfect."