Kevin Smith comic

Kevin Smith comic

Bionic Man

Bionic Man

Steve Austin is back and acclaimed film maker Kevin Smith unleashes his high octane vision in this new series from Dynamite. Featuring 28 pages of story/art in an action-packed first issue! Kevin Smith is joined by Phil Hester, artist Jonathan Lau, and cover artist/character designer Alex Ross (the team who brought you The MAIN Green Hornet series), Smith unleashes Bionic Man into the 21st century as only he can.

Daredevil: The Target

Daredevil: The Target

Kevin Smith returns to Marvel Knights and to the character that first brought him to Marvel! There's unfinished business in Daredevil's life: a psychopath called Bullseye who killed a woman that Matt Murdock loved and now it's payback time! It's the greatest grudge-match of the year, and it features artwork (and painted covers) by PREACHER's Glenn Fabry!

Chasing Dogma

Chasing Dogma

N/a
Genre: Fantasy

Jay & Silent Bob

Jay & Silent Bob

4 part mini series.

Spider-Man/Black Cat: The Evil That Men Do

Spider-Man/Black Cat: The Evil That Men Do

Spider-Man is looking for a missing woman named Tricia and investigating the death of Donald Phillips, an honor roll student who died from a heroin overdose, despite a lack of evidence that he had ever used heroin. Spider-Man confronts a drug dealer, and learns of Mr. Brownstone (a name that is itself a slang term for heroin), who is rumoured to molest teenaged boys, and a lackey, Hunter Todd.

Green Hornet

Green Hornet

And we're kicking things off with a BANG as we launch the first of a new series of adventures starting with the great Kevin Smith. And let's get it out of the way, right here, right NOW - the scripts are in! Every single one! Joining Smith in bringing his unproduced screenplay to life is artist Jonathan (Black Terror) Lau as they present the one and only origin of the Green Hornet and Kato. This is the comic book version of Kevin Smith's unproduced Green Hornet film and Dynamite is the only place to get in on the action - it all begins here!

Green Arrow (2001)

Green Arrow (2001)

When readers last saw Oliver Queen, he was seconds away from meeting his doom as he clutched a ticking bomb aboard a plummeting airplane. Until now, only Superman knew what really happened on that fateful day. But in the new Green Arrow series, readers finally get a chance to uncover the truth for themselves. Many characters populating the DC Universe are asking questions and demanding answers, including Queen's ex-lover Black Canary, his ex-partner Arsenal, and the son he hardly knew, Connor Hawke, who followed in his father's footsteps and temporarily became Green Arrow after Queen's "death." A certain Dark Knight from Gotham City has some questions of his own and he may not like the answers.

Daredevil (1998)

Daredevil (1998)

After issue #119, the series reverts to its original numbering of volume 1 with issue #500, summarizing two volumes in one. The volume ends at issue #512.

Batman Cacophony

Batman Cacophony

The major plotline is that someone has taken the Joker's poison and cut down with other ingredients to create a new club drug called Chuckles. It's worse than Xstacy and is taking over the street scene. Needless to say than anyone utilizing Joker "technology" without his express approval is in more than trouble than a copyright lawsuit.

Batman: The Widening Gyre

Batman: The Widening Gyre

Once again, Kevin Smith – the fan-favorite creator behind GREEN ARROW and Daredevil – teams up with Walter Flanagan – the artist on the acclaimed series BATMAN: CACOPHONY – for an all-new adventure starring The Caped Crusader. The stakes are high as Batman encounters a new vigilante under his wing amidst what Smith describes as a "backdrop of romance, intrigue, and geek-bait guest stars galore." Trust us when we say that it's as awesome as it sounds. BATMAN: WIDENING GYRE is just the start of things for Kevin in the Bat-Universe so get on board now!

Batman '66 Meets the Green Hornet [II]

Batman '66 Meets the Green Hornet [II]

In 1967, television history was made when two masked crime fighters met in a historic crossover. Now, superstar filmmaker Kevin Smith and actor/comedian Ralph Garman join forces with artist Ty Templeton (BATMAN '66) to bring these two iconic characters and their famous partners together again. Set in the continuity of that earlier team-up, Batman, The Green Hornet, Robin and Kato must go up against a very different General (formerly Colonel) Gumm. What crime could be so deadly as to force these rivals to put aside their differences and join forces again? And what surprise does Gumm have up his sticky sleeve? Co-published with Dynamite Entertainment.