The Boys at Dynamite

Two weeks ago, the news broke that The Boys was cancelled by then-current publisher DC Comics. Now, Heidi has the news: their new publisher will be Dynamite Entertainment. That’s a really quick turnaround, and it bodes well for seeing more issues sooner rather than later.

And to think, if DC hadn’t axed the book, I never would have bothered checking it out, and I wouldn’t be looking forward to its return.

Newsarama confirms that the cover price will stay $2.99, which is good news.

Update: Heidi interviews Garth Ennis, accompanied by art samples from the still-to-be-published issue #7.

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6 Responses to “The Boys at Dynamite”

  1. scott h Says:

    Glad to hear this. Hope the haters who dont even read it dont lose to much sleep over it.

  2. Rich Johnston Says:

    It’s quick but not as quick as it seems. The book was internally cancelled over a month ago and there were discussions before that.

  3. Tim O'Neil Says:

    I guess I must have missed the post where you came around to the book? I’m glad you did… it doesn’t seem like something you’d typically dig. I loved it – it’s (gleefully) nasty, but there’s also a human core that is missing from a lot of other shock-for-shock’s-sake books. I’ll follow it, that’s for sure.

  4. Johanna Says:

    At the time of the last posting, I hadn’t read the series yet — and once I did, I didn’t have much to say about it. I’m curious to see how it relaunches.

  5. Suprise Boys Alternate Cover » Comics Worth Reading Says:

    [...] tasteless superhero series The Boys, cancelled by DC in January only to relaunch at Dynamite, released issue #7 and the collection of #1-6 [...]

  6. Homo Sum » Blog Archive » A few comic book things... Says:

    [...] talking about The Boys–a book I’m not terribly interested in, although I did find the hullaballoo entertaining–the interview is still interesting to me, if only to see what Ennis sounds like, [...]

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