X takes on Archon, his most deadly foe yet in Dark Horse Comics' "X" #16 by Duane Swierczynski & Eric Nguyen, on sale August 13.
Scott Allie, Christos Gage, Nicholas Brendon & more discussed the present and future of Dark Horse's Whedonverse comics during Comic-Con.
Get a glimpse of more than 80 new titles arriving this week from a variety of publishers such as Image, Marvel, DC, Dark Horse, IDW and more!
Despite their own history with Star Wars, many fans bristled when it was revealed that Marvel Comics would take over the Star Wars comic book license from Dark Horse Comics. Debuting its first Star Wars book back in 1986, Dark Horse had solidified its brand and enhanced the Star Wars expanded universe over the course […]
Madefire, a company that sells digital comics from DC, IDW, Dark Horse and other publishers, has finally released an app for Android devices via Google Play that could serve to give Amazon's ComiXology app a run for its money.
When I first heard there was going to a sequel to Fight Club, I was immediately against it, assuming it was going to be in film form. But then I learned it was going to be in comic book form, and I felt less nervous about it. And it’s even going to be written by […]
Bob Temuka expresses his love for GI Joe. Rob Clough on Dragons: Riders Of Berk. Todd Klein on Dark Horse Presents #31. Don MacPherson on Spider-Man: Spirits Of The Earth. Justin Giampaoli on a bunch of different comics. Johanna Draper...Show More Summary
The author Chuck Palahniuk is writing a sequel to his 1996 novel Fight Club as a graphic novel in 10 parts. The comic will be illustrated by Cameron Stewart and be released by Dark Horse Comics in May 2015. Palahniuk told USA Today that the work reveals more about the nature of Tyler Durden. Show More Summary
Dark Horse Comics sent out a press release yesterday -- you can read it in full here -- confirming their intention to publish 12 forthcoming creator-owned titles in the months ahead, from a wide variety of working creators. Dark Horse...Show More Summary
Get a first look at more than 100 new comics available today from publishers including DC, Marvel, Image, IDW, BOOM!, Dark Horse and more.
Dark Horse Comics and Chuck Palahniuk are teaming up to produce a graphic novel sequel to Palahniuk’s classic novel Fight Club. Palahniuk revealed the news last week while he was speaking at a panel at San Diego Comic-Con. The book is slated for publication next year. Show More Summary
Author Chuck Palahniuk is revisiting Fight Club, bringing a sequel to his 1996 book to life with help from Dark Horse Comics. According to USA Today, Palahniuk announced at Comic-Con that a 10 issue maxiseries will be published by Dark Horse Comics, beginning in May 2015. Illustrated by Cameron Stewart, Fight Club 2 will take
In 2015, Chuck Palahniuk will continue the story of "Fight Club" in a 10-issue Dark Horse Comics maxiseries with art by Cameron Stewart.
Visit CBR's index of solicitation information and covers from Marvel, DC Comics, Image, IDW and Dark Horse to see their October 2014 releases.
With less than a week to go, Dark Horse has released its schedule of events – panels (more than a dozen) and signings (more than 50!) – for Comic-Con 2014. Who says Comic-Con isn’t about comics anymore? Sure there are the TV and movie-related panels (The Strain and A Dame To Kill for, for example), […]
The Mary Sue is proud to announce Caitlín R. Kiernan's newest addition to her Alabaster dark fantasy series, Alabaster: The Good, the Bad, and the Bird! Read on for more information and an interview with the creator.
Bill Morrison has had an eclectic career. I mean the man co-founded Bongo comic with Matt Groening, served as an illustrator for Disney, and even designed the iconic poster for 1986?s House. So it’s rather cool for me to announce that in 2015 Morrison will be launching a creator owned comic at Dark Horse. This book […]
Mike Richardson is best known for being publisher of Dark Horse comics, but he’s also a multiple Eisner Award nominate writer of such titles as 47 Ronin, The Secret, and The Atomic Legion. Now he has written a four-issue miniseries that ‘takes fanily matters to a whole new level.’ It’s been twenty years since Silas […]
James Marsters has forged an impressively diverse career, ambitiously roving between stage, television, film, and music, and now he returns to Dark Horse Comics with another fantastic piece of fiction to add to the Buffyverse. Pick up “Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Spike—Into The Light” today at your local comic book shop, and hit the jump to read […]
The truth leads even more eyes to focus on the strange young woman at the center of Dark Horse Comics' "Veil" by Greg Rucka & Toni Fejzula.