Mercy Thompson

Exclusive First Look At Dynamite's Media Tie-In Titles Shipping June 2015

Here we have an exclusive first look at the covers and solicitations for the media tie-in titles from Dynamite Entertainment that will be shipping in June. These include Dresden Files, Pathfinder, Mercy Thompson, John Carter and more. JIM BUTCHER'S DRESDEN FILES: DOWN TOWN #5 (OF 6) Cover: Carlos Gomez Writer: Jim Butcher, Mark Powers Art: […]

Exclusive Extended Preview – Mercy Thompson #1

Mercy Thompson is a character and protagonist for a series of novels written by Patricia Briggs. In the books Thompson is the daughter of a Blackfeet Indian and has the ability to transform into a coyote, which they call being a Walker as her shape-shifting doesn't involve the phases of the moon. The books are […]

Exclusive First Look At Patricia Brigg's Mercy Thompson #1

Taking on urban fantasy series is right in Dynamite's wheelhouse having done well with Jim Butcher's Dresden Files. Now they are taking on Patricia Brigg's Mercy Thompson series. Mercy Thompson #1 (of 6) Writer: Patricia Briggs, Rik Hoskin Art: Tom Garcia ON SALE DATE: October 1 An all-new story set in official continuity, exclusively created for comics! You've […]

Full Solicitations For Dynamite Entertainment October 2014

We teased some of this over the weekend, but here are the full solicitations for October 2014 from Dynamite Entertainment. EVIL ERNIE #1 Covers:  Tim Seeley, Carlos Rafael, Ardian Syaf, Kyle Hotz, Ken Haeser, Andrew Mangum Writer:  Tim Seeley, Steve Seeley Art:  Rafael Lanhellas MARKETING DESCRIPTION:  Teen psychopath Evil Ernie is dead, resigned to Hell […]

Patricia Briggs' Mercy Thompson Comic Starts This October

Mercy Thompson #1, the first issue in a six-issue miniseries by author Patricia Briggs and Dynamite, will be released October 1, 2014.  Co-written by Rik Hoskin and illustrated by Tom Garcia, the new Mercy Thompson comic book series is set within official continuity with the successful novel series, and features a story never before told […]