Two of the most powerful forces in the Dynamite mythos collide to conclude this year, in Red Sonja/Hell Sonja. But are they meeting as foes or allies, and will both survive to tell the tale?
Writer Jordan Clark returns to the Sonjaverse in an all-new story that forces Red Sonja and Hell Sonja to team up against an immensely powerful Dark Entity from another world. Clark teams up with artist Miriana Puglia as he switches from historical action to cosmic horror.
Red Sonja/Hell Sonja tells the story of Hell on Earth. Hell itself has begun caving in, forcing Hell Sonja to escape through a portal…she finds herself stranded on Earth, powerless, but still hunted by the evil from her home dimension. There is only one warrior strong enough to help her fight back against horrendous Hell creatures: Red Sonja! Hell may have no fury like a woman scorn – but Hell’s in real danger when going up against two Sonjas!
The first issue will have covers by some of the top talent in the industry including Lucio Parrillo, Lesley “Leirix” Li, Joseph Michael Linsner, and Rebeca Puebla. There will also be a cosplay cover by the incredible Rachel Hollon.
Red Sonja/Hell Sonja #1 is out in December 2022.
The leads for Millennium Media‘s Red Sonja have been set. The movie will star Matilda Lutz, Wallis Day, and Robert Sheehan and be directed by M.J. Bassett.
The film is based on the comics by Dynamite Entertainment and the heroine created by Robert E. Howard for Marvel and later adapted by Roy Thomas. Details of the film have been kept quiet.
Joey Soloway and Tasha Huo handled the script for the film. It also stars Michael Bisping, Martyn Ford, Eliza Matengu, Manal El-Feitury, and Katrina Durden.
The film’s producers are Mark Canton, Courtney Solomon, Luke Lieberman on behalf of Red Sonja LLC, Millennium Media’s Les Weldon, Jeffrey Greenstein, Jonathan Yunger and Yariv Lerner, and Joe Gatta. Avi Lerner, Trevor Short and Boaz Davidson are exec producing for Millennium Media, alongside Dorothy Canton, Millennium Media’s Tanner Mobley, Nick Barrucci for Dynamite Entertainment, Lati Grobman and Christa Campbell for Campbell Grobman Films, Eclectic Picture’s Heidi Jo Markel, and Soloway on behalf of Topple.