Miss Fury

Always Cyborg Nazis – Rob Williams Talks Ending Miss Fury

With this months issue #11, Rob Williams and Dynamite will be bringing the tale of Miss Fury to a close for a while.  Bryon Brewer chatted with Williams about the series, the time-traveling aspects and the cyber Nazis. BYRON BREWER: So, Rob, how did the Miss Fury revival come about and how did you get the […]

31 Thoughts About 31 Comics – Avengers Undercover, Secret Avengers, Returning, Rust, First Born, Wraith, All New X-Men, Bee & Puppy Cat, Batman Eternal, Uber, Royals Masters Of War, Deadly Hands Of Kung Fu, Batgirl, JLU, TMNT, Deceivers, Lumberjanes, Next Testament, Sons Of Anarchy, Judge Dredd, Miss Fury, Transformers, Star Trek, GI Joe, Ash And The Army Of Darkness, Tales From The Con, Shutter, Minimum Wage, Starlight, Shadow, Think Tank

So, did everyone watch last night’s Marvel’s Agents Of SHIELD last night? Well not me, not yet, been too busy. No spoilers! Ironic I know… but I reckon a lot more of this stuff with the Clairvoyant could have been tidied up if, as today’s Avengers Undercover tells us, they’d had… Exactly. SHIELD has Necromancers. […]

Getting Wild With Miss Fury – Greg Pak Interviews Rob Williams

Comic writer Greg Pak interviews Rob Williams about Miss Fury #10 and the on-going time travel story that is updating the classic character for a modern audience. What is the future of the Dynamite series? Read on… GREG PAK: Rob, you’re doing some pretty wild stuff with MISS FURY, updating a character from the Golden […]

Full Issues of The Shadow and Miss Fury For Big Pulp Weekend On Comixology

Dynamite is doing another ComiXology sale this weekend, this time focusing on their Pulp characters. In honor of that they’ve given us not on, but two full issues for you guys to tempt you into their world of pulpy-goodness. We have the Shadow #1 by Garth Ennis and Aaron Campbell and Miss Fury #1 by […]

36 Thoughts About 36 Comics – Futures End, Original Sin, Batman Eternal, Adventure Time, Woods, Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-Man, Grindhouse, Phantom Stranger, Revival, Satellite Sam, Justice League 3000, Batman/Superman, Chaos, Miss Fury, Revenge, Revelations, Aphrodite, Red Sonja, Turok, Sinister Dexter, Sixth Gun, Suicide Risk, Rat Queens, Illegitimates, Rocky & Bullwinkle, Cyberforce, Lone Ranger, Alex + Ada, Black Bat, Powerpuff Girls, Crow, Black Dynamite, Jinnrise, I Was The Cat, Garfield And Dead Letters

It’s Wednesday, it’s new comics day, which means it’s time for 36 Thoughts About 36 Comics’ traditionally fabourite way of opening its column. Some gratuitous male nudity. Courtesy of Woods #1 there. Any more for any more? Okay, that’s painful. Thank you Rat Queens. And Suicide Risk #13 gives you some topless restaurant action. Seriously, […]

Extended Previews – Chaos, Miss Fury And Turok: Dinosaur Hunter

We’ve got three extended previews from Dynamite this week. First up is Turok: Dinosaur Hunter by Greg Pak and Mirko Colak as they wrap up the first story arc. Then we move on to the first issue of the new Chaos series by Tim Seeley and Mirka Andolfo just in time for the 20th anniversary […]

Five Quick Questions With Miss Fury / Black Sparrow Writer Victor Gischler

As the Noir series featuring Miss Fury and The Black Sparrow continues, Rob Williams sat down with writer Victor Gischler to check in on the series and exactly what he’s doing with Miss Fury. ROB WILLIAMS: Are you treating Marla Drake well, Mr Gischler? VICTOR GISHCLER: I think I am, but she sure is hell […]

Rob Williams On Writing Miss Fury As A Dimension-Hopping, Violent, Period Piece

Rob Williams started off as a freelance journalist and creator of corporate videos before he did Cla$$war for Com.X. Since then he’s worked for Marvel, Dark Horse, 2000AD and Dynamite Entertainment. Jai Nitz chatted with the writer about his very different take on a golden age heroine. Jai Nitz: Rob, I know you best from […]

You Can Win 1 of 10 Jae Lee Sketches In Honor Of Dynamite’s 10th Anniversary

2014 is Dynamite Entertainment’s 10th anniversary, but they’re closing out 2013 by offering up the chance for fans to win one of ten original sketches by Eisner Award-winner Jae Lee (Batman/Superman, Dark Tower). Lee will create a black-and-white head sketch of any Dynamite character for the lucky winners. Sketches will be sent out in late […]

Twenty-Three Thoughts About Twenty-Three Comics – Todd The Ugliest Kid, Avengers, Bane, Avengers Assemble, Infinity Heist, Fatale, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Man-Bat, First Born, Sex Criminals, Ocean Master, Secret Society, East Of West, Miss Fury, Metallo, Parasite, Young Avengers, Rat Queens, Saga and Jupiter’s Children, Revival And Artifacts

So what have you been reading this week? Todd The Ugliest Kid On Earth begins its new successful nature as an ongoing Image series by burning whatever bridges the creators want… Well, the crossover Avengers #20 is part of is called Infinity. I suppose there was going to have to be some mathematics in it […]

Extended Red Sonja And Jennifer Blood – And Other Dynamite Previews

From Dynamite, hitting the stands tomorrow… RED SONJA #80 Brandon Jerwa (w) Sergio Fernandez Davila (a) Lucio Parrillo (c) FC • 40 pages • $4.99 • Teen+ In a final showdown on dark and stormy seas, everyone is at risk when Red Sonja’s master plan goes awry! Will the She-Devil die without redemption? Will the dreaded […]

Dynamite Launches Noir #1 With The Shadow

Dynamite are launching a new crossover series featuring a bunch of pulp characters from Victor Gischler, Andrea Mutti, Noir, which features Miss Fury, Black Sparrow and a certain Shadow… well, they do want people to read it after all. Though getting my old friend Tony Lee to write Battlestar Galactica: Starbuck – I have no […]

Rob Williams Likens Digital Comics To Old Republic Serials

Rob Williams, writer of the Miss Fury series for Dynamite Entertainment, has decided to take a different approach to story telling. In April, a printed Miss Fury series debuted with Williams at the helm. Now, Dynamite is putting out a six-part ‘Digital First’ series for the character and William is trying a different approach. Williams: […]