Posted: 28 Apr 2018 06:00 AM PDT
It’s hard to believe we first Kelly, Sabrina, and Jill forty-two years ago. And don’t forget Bosley and Charlie. Charlie’s Angels, replaying all these years later on cable channels, remains great nostalgic fun for fans of the early all-women team-up series. Jaclyn Smith’s Kelly, Kate Jackson’s Sabrina (long before she was Mrs. King), and the first of the circulating #3 position: Farrah Fawcett-Majors’s Jill Munroe. Although the series ran from 1976-1981, Jill was a member of the team in the first season only. Dynamite Comics is returning to that first season in its new series Charlie’s Angels. Written by John Layman with art by Joe Eisma, get ready for a 1970s throwback in the vein of Dynamite’s The Six Million Dollar Man Season Six and Wonder Woman ’77/The Bionic Woman series.
Here is the marketing release information from Dynamite:
The Angels are back, baby! The original Angels, Jill, Kelly and Sabrina! Travel back to the swingin' 70s, and revisit the butt-kicking, crime-fighting, mold-breaking lady detectives who took 70s TV by storm, ready to do the same to comics 40 years later! Break out your bell-bottoms, feather your hair, and jump back to an era of peanut-farmer presidents, gargantuan gas-guzzlers and foxy female detectives… for a globe-trotting adventure that's simply too big and epic for the 70s-era boob tube. Written by elderly Eisner winner and solicitation-writing former-superstar John Layman, and with art by his scrappy but lovable youngster pal, Joe Eisma. This is one comic you DON'T DARE TO MISS!!!!
Look for ten covers for Issue #1 of the series, including the main cover with logos and an incentive cover without logos (above) by David Finch and Jimmy Reyes, two covers by Joe Eisma, three character design variants, two pencil-only variants, and a blank sketch cover:
Add this new series to your comic book store pull lists now. Issue #1 of the new Charlie’s Angels lands in stores June 6, 2018.
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