Every day this year, I will be examining the artwork on a single comic book story. Today’s artist is Matt Wagner, and the issue is The Terminator One-Shot, which was published by Dark Horse and is cover dated July 1991. Enjoy! I own one Terminator comic, and it’s this one. I’m not even quite sure […]
Dark Horse Comics will publish Gail Simone and Jim Calafiore's Kickstarter-funded "Leaving Megalopolis," with a chance of a future sequel.
Dark Horse's Carl Horn on the state of the manga market! Interviews with Gene Luen Yang, Francoise Mouly and Charles Forsman! Another look at MangaBox! Plus more!
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10, issue #1 goes on sale March 19th. Squee! Writer Christos Cage (Avengers Academy) and artist Rebekah Isaacs (Angel & Faith) take the helm, and from the looks of things they deliver the goods, as always. As...Show More Summary
Bethesda has partnered with print publisher Dark Horse Comics to produce a series of hardcover art books detailing the creation of Wolfenstein: The New Order, Dishonored, and The Evil Within. "The Art of Wolfenstein: The New Order," due in May,...
The first week of March is surprisingly busy. And full of tragedy, too. Under the cut you’ll find reviews of books from DC, Marvel, Image, Dark Horse, Valiant, IDW Publishing, Boom!, Dynamite, Oni Press and Avatar. Batman/Superman Annual #1 Greg Pak, Jae Lee, Kenneth Rocafort, and Philip Tan deliver a look at family and Warworld.
Check out all the highlights from last week including Gail Simone's "Tomb Raider" revival at Dark Horse and James Robinson's new era for "Fantastic Four."
Due to "overwhelming" response from the comics community, Dark Horse's Stan Sakai benefit book "The Sakai Project" has increased its page count to 160.
Every day this year, I will be examining the artwork on a single comic book story. Today’s artist is Francesco Francavilla, and the issue is The Black Beetle: No Way Out #1, which was published by Dark Horse and is cover dated January 2013. Enjoy! For the final day of Francavilla, I wanted to focus […]
Duane Swierczynski and Daniel Maia bring luck-obsessed murderer Gamble to to town in "X" #11, on sale March 12 from Dark Horse Comics!
It’s a long-standing practice in comic book publishing: create stories that leap off from or are related to popular movies. Dark Horse Comics all but relied on runs of Aliens comics to keep the publisher going in early years; even Marvel...Show More Summary
After a somewhat slow month, the comics industry delivers a pretty rich week. Reviews under the cut of books from DC, Marvel, Image, Dark Horse, Boom! Studios, IDW Publishing, Valiant, and Dynamite. Superman: Lois Lane #1 Lois Lane gets her own one-shot because… because…well, good question, honestly. Show More Summary
Jay Nitz, known for his work on “Dream Thief”, and artist Janusz Pawlak have a new original graphic novel coming out from Dark Horse Comics. “Toshiro” is a melting pot of genres and influences, grabbing at everything from Lovecraftian creatures to Samurai history. The book... Read More
Cover Art by Rebekah Isaacs Although Joss Whedon's "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" left television in 2003, that doesn't mean the story was over. Beginning in 2007, Dark Horse Comics provided fans with an eighth and ninth season of the series in comic book form, with some Whedon-helmed stories to continue the saga of Sunnydale. Show More Summary
Check out CBR's index of solicitation information and cover art from Marvel, DC Comics, Dark Horse, IDW and Image Comics from their May 2014 releases.
Non-super-powered sidekick no more! When Dark Horse releases Buffy the Vampire: Season 10 #1 in March, it's Xander who will be leading the Scooby Gang — or more accurately, Nicholas Brendon will. The actor has joined the comic's writing...Show More Summary
Do you have more money than your know what to do with? Why not buy Zelda toys? Dark Horse's new Zelda line, revealed at Comic Con, was on display at Toy Fair 2014. Twilight Princess Link will be priced at $79.99 and Ganondorf at $124.99, Tomopop reports. Show More Summary
The creators behind Dark Horse's "forgotten cult classic" tell CBR about the lost film and what goes into making an '80s-inspired sci-fi action comic.
Writer and avid gamer Gail Simone tells CBR News how much writing Dark Horse's soon-to-debut "Tomb Raider" comic book means to her.
The second half of writer/artist Matt Kindt's epic spy story begins in "Mind MGMT" #19, on sale Feb. 26 from Dark Horse Comics!