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I think Dynamite believes SDCC started today, as they continue with big announcements. This one will coincide with Red Sonja’s 40th anniversary with the launch of a new mini-series: Red Sonja Legends.
Moving on from the push they made when launching Red Sonja about getting female cover artists, Dynamite and Gail Simone have managed to pull in several novelists and comic book writers for the new mini. Kelly Sue DeConnick, Blair Butler, Devin Grayson, Marjorie M. Liu, Nancy Collins, Rhianna Pratchett, Leah Moore, Tamora Pierce, Meljean Brook, Nicola Scott, Mercedes Lackey, and more will be tackling the new series. Frank Thorne, one of the defining Red Sonja artists, will also be returning for covers.
SDCC doesn’t start for two days, at least I hope it doesn’t because I’m not there yet, but Dynamite is rolling out their SDCC announcements regardless. Mr. 30 Days of Night, Steve Niles, will be heading to Dynamite to handle writing duties for Ash and the Army of Darkness. The new book will relaunch the franchise and pick up right where the movie ended.