DYNAMITE Announces A 5 Week Event Featuring Li’l RED SONJA, Li’l BATTLESTAR GALACTICA And More

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lilDynamitesLogoAhead of this weekend’s New York Comic Con, Dynamite has announced they are getting in on the Li’l action. After hits like IDW’s KISS Kids and Dark Horse’s Itty Bitty Hellboy, Dynamite will launch a five week long series seeing the release of Li’l Red Sonja, Li’l Evil Ernie, Li’l Battlestar Galactica, Li’l Vampi, and Li’l Bionic Kids.

The event will kick off this January and will feature playful, all-ages one-shots featuring some of the publisher’s biggest characters. Eisner winning writer Roger Langridge, Art Baltazar, and Franco will join authors Jim Zub, Brandon Jerwa, and Eric Trautmann for the stories. Every issue will also include a two-page activity sheet. There will be two covers to choose from: a regular interlocking edition from Art Baltazar and a subscribers-only cover by Agnes Garbowska. The descriptions for each of the special issues follow (click any cover to expand):

 

LilBSG-Cov-GarbowskaLi’l Battlestar Galactica, written by Eisner Award Winners Art Baltazar and Franco, featuring interior artwork by Art Baltazar

The search for Earth continues in this awesome epic event of tiny proportions! Who are the Cylons? Are they friends or foes? Does complaining to daddy Adama help or make things worse? Fear not, Apollo and Starbuck are here to save the day! Find out the answers to questions you’ve always wanted answered: How old do you have to be to ride a Colonial Viper? Is there a height requirement? What does Baltar have to say in all of this? And where do Baby Cylons come from? Come join the new and smaller adventures aboard the Battlestar Galactica! In-stores January 1, 2014.

 

 

 

LilVampi-Cov-GarbowskaLi’l Vampi, written by Eric Trautmann, featuring interior artwork by Agnes Garbowska

Welcome to Stoker, Maine, the most normal, boring town in the world… or is it? There are sea serpents roaming the docks, a mummy in the town hall, and a gaggle of ghouls and goblins just devoured the breakfast cereal aisle at the local Shop-O-Mart! What is behind this monstrous rampage, and can it be stopped? When there are spooks afoot and arcane mysteries to be solved, it’s time for Vampirella, teen scourge of the supernatural, to crack the case! In-stores January 8, 2014.

 

 

 

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Li’l Bionic Kids, written by Brandon Jerwa, featuring interior artwork by Ian McGinty

Better! Stronger! Faster! …and smaller? Steve Austin and Jaime Sommers are the newest students at A.S.I. – the Academy of Science Intelligence, a school for the unique and gifted. They’re also both cyborgs, human kids with a variety of high-tech body parts and modifications. Can these two outsiders put aside their shyness and growing rivalry in time to take a stand against alien invaders who are determined to ruin the A.S.I. Track and Field Day? In-stores January 15, 2014.

 

 

 

lilErnie-Cov-GarbowskaLi’l Ernie, written by and featuring interior artwork by Eisner Award Winner Roger Langridge

Ernest Fairchild is the most evil kid on the block. Why, he never eats his vegetables, his library books are sometimes three weeks late, and he once xeroxed his own butt! Can Mister Smiley, his annoying yet strangely ineffectual conscience, make him change his ways? And are Daddy Fairchild’s blank eyes somehow related to his peculiar odor, rotting flesh, and appetite for human brains? Get a copy for yourself and one for the kids… it’s wall-to-wall zombie fun for all the family! In-stores January 22, 2014.

 

 

 

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Li’l Sonja, written by Jim Zub, featuring interior artwork by Joel Carroll

Li’l Sonja is a warrior girl who travels the lands testing her mettle against monsters big and small, a younger and pluckier version of the famous She-Devil with a Sword. When Li’l Sonja encounters a town plagued by eccentric bandits, she needs to figure out the pattern behind the thefts and bring the baddies to justice. No task is too tough for our crimson-haired tyke! In-stores January 29, 2014.

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