Updated on 16 October, 2021
When it was time for me to sell stuff from Stan Lee's Stan Lee Media, my pal asked me about "New Dimension Comics." What is it? Should I go with them or should I keep my options open? When it came to those last two questions, I sat and thought for a while.
Firstly, let me say that I am an admirer of Todd McDevitt's work as an artist. His colorful pencils and his loving depiction of superheroes have won me over time. When it came to picking who to get this stuff from, however, my instincts said to keep New Dimension Comics. If you re going through the same nerve wracking task of deciding who to sell to-just take a deep breathe and scream to the heavens-just remember this message to you: Help me, Todd McDEVitt!
Todd McDevitt is the creator of New Dimension Comics and has written a number of issues in that series. He is an avid Spider-Man fan and has re-created the look and feel of Spidey's world in a way that a comic book enthusiast could only dream of. He understands the complexity of creating a character and building a supporting cast for that character, something that most artists don't really understand when they're working on a main title. The great thing about it is that Todd has done it before with New Dimension Comics and can share his insight with others.
The New Dimension Comics logo is actually a modified version of the one you see on the original Marvel comics logo. In the New Dimension Comics logo we can see Spidey swinging on his web-swinging device. On the left side we can see the words "Welcome To New Dimension Comics" and at the bottom we can see the words "ROMantically Challenged". In addition, on the upper left corner of the logo we can see the word "Rated M".
This is an example of what sets New Dimension Comics apart from the rest. It's not like everybody who creates a comic book wants to write a fantastic story that will get kids talking about it for years to come. Usually, it's just the fact that somebody decided to take their interest and create something that's a little bit different than what anyone had done before. Creating something like New Dimension Comics allows creators to be a little more original, because they're not constrained by the limitations of how a comic can look or how it can behave. They have a lot more freedom, especially when it comes to making their characters look amazing or make their stories sound great. In essence, they get to design their own work.
When I first learned about New Dimension Comics, I was a little skeptical, mainly because I hadn't heard of any of their previous works. However, after I did a quick web search on them, I discovered that Todd Mcdevitt is an award-winning writer who has created some fantastic stories for DC comics and Top Cow. One of my favorite of his is Madcap. I'll admit, I'm a big fan of the Marvel comics superhero, and I've always enjoyed the adventures of the X-Men. The style of writing that he brings to the characters in New Dimension Comics is truly a breath of fresh air, and it showed me that it wasn't going to be difficult for him to adapt to a format that I'm used to.
So, why should you read New Dimension Comics? Like I mentioned above, it's not like most comic books where you have to wait around until the next issue to find out what's going on. You can jump in on the book now, read a few issues, and then jump back out and be in another world. New Dimension Comics, on the other hand, will keep you up to date so that you can see what is happening in the world of Madcap. It's exciting, creative, and something that I look forward to reading from start to finish. If you are a fan of this type of comic, then I suggest that you give them a try!
As a final note, I want to mention that New Dimension Comics does a good job of providing the reader with bonus materials. There are a lot of short comic strips, and one or two full length novels that are included with your comic book purchase. These things can make your collection go even further, and I definitely recommend them. Check them out, and enjoy the wonderful world of New Dimension Comics.