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NYCC15: Dynamite Entertainment Announces New York Comic Con Panel and Exclusives


Dynamite Entertainment is pleased to announce their participation in next week's New York Comic-Con, taking place from October 8th through 11that the Jacob Javits Convention Center. Dynamite, a leading publisher of comic books and graphic novels, will host a booth, welcome creator guests for signings, highlight their current and upcoming projects in a Thursday morning panel, offer seven exclusive New York Comic-Con comic books, and offer retro Vampirella t-shirts (only available at conventions) to attending fans. The Dynamite booth number is #2129.


Grumpy Cat, the "World's Grumpiest Cat" and lovable internet phenomenon, will be available for photo opportunities at the Dynamite booth on Thursday from 1:30pm to 3:00pm. Artist Ken Haeser, whose artwork graces the Grumpy Cat comics (as well as the Living Corpse comic series and numerous Dynamite variant covers), will sign at the Dynamite booth and accept commission requests throughout the day on Saturday. Additional creator guests will appear at the booth; fans are encouraged to follow Dynamite's social media for the latest updates and signing times.

Dynamite will host one panels at New York Comic-Con. The date, time, and focus of the panel is as follows:


Dynamite Entertainment: The Next Ten Years
Thursday, October 8th, 11:00am - 12:00pm


Join the Dynamite gang and their star-studded line-up of creative talent for an hour of explosive power! Learn all the juicy details behind their thrilling new James Bond comic book series, written by superstar Warren Ellis. Discover what Dynamite has in store for FrankensteinGrumpy CatPathfinderVampirellaDoc Savage, and much more. The editors and creators at Dynamite will happily share their latest news and insider perspectives, plus answer all your burning questions! Featuring rising superstar writers Marguerite Bennett andFrank J. Barbiere, revealing for the first time ever their insight into Dynamite's top secret 2016 launches!



Comic book fans will be excited to know that special New York Comic-Con exclusive variants of Dynamite's most highly anticipated comic books will be available at the Dynamite show booth.


  • Alice Cooper vs. Chaos! #1 - Photo Edition (Cover F)
  • Aliens / Vampirella #1 - Javier García-Miranda "Vampirella Design Concepts" Edition (Cover H)
  • Bob's Burgers Ongoing #2 - Brittany McCarthy "Virgin Art" Edition (Cover D)
  • Bob's Burgers Ongoing #4 - Hans Ranum Edition (Cover E)
  • Grumpy Cat #1 - Ken Haeser, Buz Hasson, Blair Smith Edition (Cover L)
  • Red Sonja / Conan #1 - Ed Benes "Blood Red" Edition (Cover P)
  • Voltron: From the Ashes #1 - Alex Milne "Black & White" Edition (Cover B)


Dynamite wishes all attending fans, retailers, and partners an enjoyable New York Comic-Con 2015, and hopes to see you all at the show!







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