Though they debuted as television series over 20 years apart, Dynamite’s comic versions are hitting stores on the same day and we have the exclusive extended previews for both. Erica Schultz and Maria Sanapo gives us new tales of the Charmed sisters while Anthony Del Col and Werther Dell’Edera gives us a new noir take on Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys. A while back I got to interview both Schultz and Del Col about their new series.
writer: Erica Schultz artist: Maria Sanapo covers: Joe Corroney (a), Maria Sanapo (b), Group Photo Cover (c), Paige Photo Cover (d), Phoebe Photo Cover (e), Piper Photo Cover (f¬¬)
Balancing work, witchcraft, and a life is never easy, and the Charmed Ones are stretched too thin. Meanwhile, a demon in the Underworld rallies the troops with a plan to take out the Charmed Ones forever.
Nancy Drew & The Hardy Boys: The Big Lie #1
writer: Anthony Del Col artist: Werther Dell’Edera covers: Faye Dalton (a), Emma Vieceli (b) subscription cover: Robert Hack (c)
THE BIG LIE is a Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys mystery unlike any other you’ve ever read… When the teenage brothers Frank and Joe Hardy are accused of the murder of their father – a detective in the small resort town of Bayport – they must team up with the femme fatale Nancy Drew to prove their innocence (and find the real guilty party in the process) in a twisting, hard-boiled tale, complete with double-crosses, deceit and dames. Inspired by new crime classics like Ed Brubaker’s Fatale and Darwyn Cooke’s Parker series, writer Anthony Del Col (Assassin’s Creed, Kill Shakespeare) and artist Werther Dell’Edera (Batman: Detective Comics, House of Mystery) bring the iconic teen detectives into the modern age, and redefine noir for a new generation of readers!
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