So here's the bad news: The sentence "Dynamite announces new James Bond, Bettie Page, Edgar Rice Burroughs, and Sweet Valley High comics" does not refer to one single series that's going to combine all of those properties into a single high-school themed alternate universe where Tarzan, 007, and the real-life queen of pin-up photography are all taking math class together and trying to figure out who to ask to the prom.
Days before NYCC, Dynamite has announced plans to publish James Bond comic books starting next year, both new stories and adaptations.
Dynamite has announced a new series based on Edgar Rice Burroughs' "Tarzan of the Apes." "Lord of the Jungle," written by Arvid Nelson with Alex Ross, Ryan Sook and more on covers, debuts for $1.00 in December.
Edgar Rice Burroughs' Dejah Thoris battles her way back into comics with a new Dynamite series by writer Frank Barbiere and artist Francesco Manna.
If you thought you could make it out of this week without a new comic book rights lawsuit, you were wrong. ERB, Inc., the family company that administers the various trademarks to the Edgar Rice Burroughs estate, is suing Dynamite E...