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Xena: Warrior Princess has been adopted into comic book form multiple times.

ToppsEdit

Topps Comics during its brief stint as a comic book company held the license to both Hercules: The Legendary Journeys and Xena: Warrior Princess, as well as many other television shows.

Adaptions of Xena were:

Dark HorseEdit

Dark Horse Comics produced a series of Xena comics in 1999, the only continuing series based on the show.

DynamiteEdit

Dynamite Entertainment currently owns the license to Xena, having acquired the rights in 2006. They set their stories as a continuation of the series (after the final episode) and did two crossovers with their Army of Darkness comics.

In April 2016, Dynamite re-launched with a new series.

Dynamite issues include:

OtherEdit

TV Guide has featured at least one mini-comic story within its pages.

Xena comic previews? - read free previews online at Comic Browse.

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