As I was doing some research on the title I was surprised to find that the magazine itself was founded and the first three issues edited by Jenette Kahn, who later went on to be the publisher then president of DC Comics. Dynamite was actually the best-selling magzine for Scholastic ever when it launched, too. It also featured a two-page comic of The Dynamite Duo, which was always the first thing I read when I got my copy. The magazine itself was crammed full of pop culture, too, and that's what makes it mostly irrelevant to anyone under the age of 40 or so. Anyway, I digress.
Okay, so you get the point. I'm old. I believe that the Scholastic Book Club is still in existence and that there are tons of books that children can get from the publisher.
cover by Phil Hester
I did a little jig and showed everyone in the house. I flipped through it and - of course - the first page you open to you see a mistake. It doesn't affect how the book reads so there's no use in pointing it out, but I feel pretty good that I experienced something that Neil Gaiman and others have had happen to them.
Anyway, if you're interested in buying the book, this link will take you to the Amazon page where you can order either version. I hope you will and I'd be grateful, that if you did order either version, if you'd leave a review of the book. Sooner or later I'll be able to tell you what's on the horizon for Evolver and I hope more about my work with the Agent of Danger guys.
Until then, thanks for letting me shamelessly shill my book at you. I hope you like it.