Thursday, May 14, 2020

Will Destroy the Galaxy for Cash

Will Destroy the Galaxy for Cash

The book is a follow-up to 'Will Save the Galaxy for Food.'

If you think you’re suffering through hard times, spare a thought for former space hero Dashford Pierce, who’s gone from cosmic heroics to hard times in the upcoming Dark Horse Books release Will Destroy the Galaxy for Cash.


A follow-up to 2017's Will Save the Galaxy for Food, the new novel by Yahtzee Croshaw follows the increasingly unfortunate fate of Pierce, a former star pilot left trying to eke out a living after the age of heroes, villains and grand space battles has ended — even if it means having to work alongside former foes to carry out a heist that could not only end his financial worries, but also save his childhood hero from certain death at the same time. --  Graeme McMillan.

WILL SAVE THE GALAXY FOR FOOD TPB
A satirical sci-fi adventure from Yahtzee Croshaw!

A not-quite-epic science-fiction adventure about a down-on-his-luck galactic pilot caught in a cross-galaxy struggle for survival! Space travel just isn’t what it used to be. With the invention of quantum teleportation, space heroes aren’t needed anymore. When one unlucky ex-adventurer masquerades as a famous pilot who is also a hated public figure, he’s sucked into ever-deepening corporate and political intrigue. Between space pirates, adorable but deadly creatures, and a missing fortune in royalties, saving the universe was never this difficult!

CREATORS
Writer:
Yahtzee Croshaw
Cover Artist:
E. M. Gist
Genre: Science-Fiction

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Sunday, May 10, 2020

The Mandalorian‘s Child


The Mandalorian‘s Child

Disney+ launched The Mandalorian on November 12, 2019, and when it did I and millions of the series fans went crazy over the Star War Child as it is called now. Its cuteness and playful antics made it totally adorable, so much so that we searched and found the mischievous Yoda like creature and we bought it without a second thought.

Below is a picture of my Star War Child by Mattel,  which was delivered today after a five-month wait. He is so cute that even Stan’s the Barbarian shook his hands in welcome.


 Star War Child at home.
He arrived as described and is larger than I thought it would be.

Having watched The Mandalorian twice I am very glad that it was renewed for a second and third season. As for this nameless child, perhaps someday in the future, the Star Wars folks will do a contest to name him. That would be a lot of fun.

Tuesday, May 5, 2020

Just now: 25% Off Everything From Dynamite!

That's right! We're launching this awesome sale. Using the limited time code below, we are offering every single in-stock item available on Dynamite.com at 25% off! Fill in the missing back issues in your runs. Pick up some graphic novels you've had on your wishlist. Learn all about one of your favorite characters or artists with an art book. Or really take advantage of this deal by going big on a statue or Art Edition. The sale is only running this week, so make sure not to miss it!

Use Code - besafe2020

Anything Currently In Stock! Go!



ABOVE: WOMEN OF DYNAMITE DEJAH THORIS STATUE


An extremely Limited Edition Dejah Thoris statue inspired by the art of superstar artist Frank Cho (of The Mighty Avengers and Savage Wolverine fame)! Sculptor Jason Smith and the team at the Brewing Factory poured over the very finest illustrations of Dejah Thoris from Dynamite's wildly successful library of Warlord of Mars comics to find just the right inspiration, resulting in this gorgeous statue, measuring 12" high (to the tip of her sword) and 4.5" deep, with a 6" base. Hand-painted on cold-cast porcelain with ABS details, each statue is individually numbered as part of a Limited Edition run, and comes packaged in a four-color box with a hand-numbered Certificate of Authenticity. Let the original heroine of science fiction grace your collection with her exotic beauty!

Feature Comic Book: Dans l'ombre de Don Giovanni

Dans l'ombre de Don Giovanni

L'incroyable parcours de Lorenzo Da Ponte qui, tour à tour, fut ecclésiastique, côtoya Casanova, écrivit pour Mozart et fonda le Metropolitan Opera... 1 VOLUME PARU - HISTOIRES INDÉPENDANTES. New York 1810, Lorenzo Da Ponte, un vieux vénitien juif converti au catholicisme, émigré sans le sou, se met en tête de faire découvrir la culture italienne et l'opéra aux Américains. C'est ainsi que, dès 1826, grâce à Da Ponte et à la création du Metropolitan Opera, Mozart est devenu célèbre outre-Atlantique. Lorenzo, né Emanuele Conegliano, n'est rien moins que le librettiste des opéras Don Giovanni, Cosi fan tutte et Les noces de Figaro. Il a connu gloire puis disgrâce à Venise Vienne, avant d'émigrer à New York en passant par Londres. Et s'il est resté dans l'ombre du célèbre compositeur, il a pourtant marqué l'Histoire en se faisant le trait d'union entre le libertin Casanova, son mentor, le génial Mozart, son ami, et le créateur du Père Noël, Clément C. Moore, son disciple et mécène. Un ouvrage remarquable sur cet homme de lettres à la destinée extraordinaire.


English translation:

In the shadow of Don Giovanni the incredible journey of Lorenzo da Ponte who, in turn, was
ecclesiastic, rubbed shoulders with casanova, wrote for Mozart, and founded the metropolitan opera ... 1 volume published - independent stories. new york 1810, Lorenzo da Ponte, an old Venetian jew converted to catholicism, emigrated pennilessly, sets out to introduce the American culture and opera to the Americans. Thus, from 1826, thanks to da Ponte and the creation of the metropolitan opera, Mozart became famous across the Atlantic. Lorenzo, born Emanuele Conegliano, is nothing less than the librettist of the operas' don Giovanni, Cosi fan Tutte, and the wedding of Figaro. he rose to fame and then disgraced Venice Vienne, before emigrating to new york via London. and if he remained in the shadow of the famous composer, he nevertheless marked history by linking the libertine Casanova, his mentor, the brilliant Mozart, his friend, and the creator of Santa Claus, Clement C. Moore, his disciple, and patron,  a remarkable work on this man of letters with an extraordinary destiny.

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