Dynamite is currently throwing whatever it can get its hands on against the wall to see if it sticks as the publisher announces the acquisition of the Mars Attacks license (based on '60s trading cards), an update on Charlie's Angels (based on a '70s TV show), and a new Vampirella series (based on a '60s black-and-white horror comic).
Dynamite is working alongside the Topps company in order to develop new comics and graphic novels based on Mars Attacks, a gruesome trading card series. No creative teams have been announced, but the publisher is shooting for a fourth quarter release. IDW Publishing previously published Mars Attacks comics.
Announced last October, the publisher is moving forward with Charlie's Angels comics with writer John Layman and artist Joe Eisma. Charlie's Angels #1 is set to release in June.
Dynamite has also announced a new Vampirella series from writer Kristina Deak-Linsner and artist Joseph Michael Linsner. Vampirella: Roses for the Dead is set to release in 2019.