Paul Cornell & Tony Parker travel to 1974 for a darkly hilarious tale of black magic and classic rock in Dark Horse Comics' "This Damned Band"
Publisher Mike Richardson was joined by Mike Mignola, Chuck Palahniuk, Eric Powell, Jeff Lemire, and Matt Kindt to talk about what's next at Dark Horse.
Fear reigns supreme in "Sinestro," Wolverine takes on Apocalypse in "Old Man Logan" and more first looks from Marvel, DC, Dark Horse and more.
With their powers combined, Dark Horse Comics and Swyft Media have created emoji keyboards based on "Hellboy," "Itty Bitty Hellboy" and "Usagi Yojimbo."
Check out what's headed your way as the year turns spooky with complete info and covers from Marvel, DC, Image Comics, IDW, Dark Horse and more!
Dark Horse has revealed its list of titles shipping in October and beyond.
Joss Whedon announced his next project at San Diego Comic-Con this past weekend, and it marks his unexpected return to comics, as he heads back to Dark Horse Comics for the mini series Twist. Continue reading…
The creator of "Buffy" and "Firefly" turns to the Victorian era with "Twist," his latest Dark Horse Comics project.
Excellent news, Avatar fans! If you’re still sad at the ending of Legend of Korra, prepare for good news‚Korra’s adventures will continue in a brand new comic from Dark Horse. Read more...
I don't want to get too ahead of myself or anything, but...take that, bigots!
The popular character's legend will continue in a new comic written by co-creator Michael Dante DiMartino.
Paul Tobin talks about waging undead "Garden Warfare," and unlocking the secrets that lie within the world of "Mystery Girl" at Dark Horse Comics.
If you love vintage-inspired artwork, female assassins, or great comics in general, you've probably read Dark Horse's series, Lady Killer, written and drawn by Joëlle Jones and co-written by Jamie S. Rich, which tells the story of an early 1960s housewife named Josie who fights suburban ennui by living a double life as a paid assassin. Show More Summary
On the eve of their 30th anniversary, Dark Horse Comics has a lot to celebrate. This past week, the independent publisher announced a huge cable TV deal headlined by a comic co-created by former My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way. Show More Summary
Dark Horse and Universal Cable Productions are partnering to bring a whole mess of DH comics to television, starting with Concrete, Harrow County, Back Up and The Umbrella Academy, according to...
Dark Horse Comics has announced that Chuck Palahniuk, the novelist behind Fight Club, will be featured as a recurring character in the Fight Club 2 comic series. Palahniuk will make his first appearance in the third installment. TheShow More Summary
Obviously comic books as TV series has been a trend that everyone (except NBC) has enjoyed collecting dividends from. Aside from the notable cancellation of Constantine, most TV series that originate from comic series enjoy decent ratings, an enthusiastic fanbase and the endorsement of their networks. No wonder then that Universal wants in on that […]
Fans of weird-ass comics rejoice! Dark Horse Comics, in partnership with Universal Cable Productions, will be bringing several of their most off-the-wall, high-concept comics to television, including one of Dark Horse's very first titles, Concrete, and the amazingly weird The Umbrella Academy.
In this bountiful week of San Diego-related comics news, Dark Horse has announced a first-look deal with Universal Cable to develop television shows based on Dark Horse properties past and present, including Umbrella Academy, Harrow County and Concrete. Continue reading…