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5 Reasons Why David Liss Loves Writing Pulp Comics Like The Green Hornet

This week sees the release of the Green Hornet: Reign of the Demon trade from David Liss and Kewber Baal with cover by Ken Lashley. In the series, Britt Reid, the masked crimefighter known as the Green Hornet, and his inseparable ally Kato return. But, if imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, it could be […]


“What Would Brubaker Do?” – How David Liss Writes The Green Hornet

Dynamite has sent us a new Writer-2-Writer interview with Jesse Hamm, the co-writer and artist on Flash Gordon: Kings Cross #4 asking questions of writer David Liss of Green Hornet: Reign of the Demon #3. Both books are on sale today. Cover by Moritat and interiors by Kewber Baal. JESSE HAMM: Your Green Hornet comics have the […]

Putting The Green Hornet Against Another Costumed Vigilante

Dynamite has sent us a Writer-2-Writer interview where Jesse Hamm, co-writer of Flash Gordon: Kings Cross #3, talks with writer David Liss about Green Hornet: Reign of the Demon #2, both on sale now. Cover by Ken Lashley and interiors by Kewber Baal. JESSE HAMM: I just finished reading Green Hornet: Reign of the Demon #2, […]


Free On Bleeding Cool – The Spider #1 By Liss And Worley

I’m a fan of the old pulp characters and one that has never gotten the notoriety that he should is The Spider. Though Dynamite Entertainment has done a pretty good job of bringing this classic character to modern audiences. Here is the first issue of the series by author David Liss and artist Colton Worley. More […]

Free On Bleeding Cool – The Spider #7 By David Liss And Ivan Rodriguez

Dynamite Entertainment is doing a second digital comic bundle with Groupees and this is one of the 75 potential books you could get depending on the amount you choose to pay. This is the seventh issue of The Spider by David LIss and Ivan Rodriguez with a cover by Francesco Francavilla. For more on the […]

Writer’s Commentary – Sherlock Holmes: Moriarty Lives #4 By David Liss

Yesterday we ran a piece where novelist David Liss was interviewed by fellow writer Troy Brownfield about the series Sherlock Holmes: Moriarty Lives from Dynamite. Now Liss is back with a writer’s commentary for the recently released fourth and penultimate issue of the series. Page 1.  When I first started writing comics for Marvel, one of […]


Full First Issue Sherlock Holmes: Moriarty Lives By Liss And Indro

Once more we get a full first issue from our friends at Dynamite. This time it’s David Liss and Daniel Indro’s take on the world’s greatest detective’s arch-enemy… Sherlock Holmes: Moriarty Lives #1. For more information on this series, go to the Dynamite website.

David Liss Writer’s Commentary For Sherlock Holmes: Moriarty Lives #1 And #2

With the recent release of Sherlock Holmes: Moriarty Lives #3, we thought this would be a good time to do a writer’s commentary on the first two issues with series writer David Liss. Having built his name writing historical-mystery novels such as the Edgar Award winning A Conspiracy Of Paper, Liss jumped into comics in […]

Extended Looks At The Shadow And The Spider

This week we see The Shadow getting closer to the Girasol and the final issue of The Spider. Both books hit the shelves on the 19th. THE SHADOW #23 Chris Roberson (w) Giovanni Timpano (a) Alex Ross, Dean Motter (c) FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Teen+ The search for the secret of the girasol is […]


Getting To The Heart Of Moriarty – David Liss Talks About The New Series

Sherlock Holmes has been one of the most popular and utilized literary characters in history. Along with the world’s greatest detective comes his cast of characters of Watson, Lestrade, Mrs. Hudson and of course… Moriarty. Well, Dynamite Entertainment is putting the evil genius front in center this week in Sherlock Holmes: Moriarty Lives #1 written by […]


Tony Lee Interviews David Liss About Sherlock Holmes: Moriarty Lives

Tony Lee talks to David Liss about writing Sherlock Holmes: Moriarty Lives for Dynamite Entertainment TONY LEE: David, Moriarty is one of the best known villains of the last century, which is strange considering that he’s actually only been mentioned in a couple of Conan Doyle novels. Why does he call to you? DAVID LISS: […]

The Spider #1 Commentary By David Liss

It’s sold out. It’s gone to second print. To talk us through it, David Liss writes for Bleeding Cool; Page One This is all about setting the mood. I wanted to create the sense that this is today’s New York City, but also kind of not – a little darker, a little pulpier. The blimp […]