Tagged: Dark Horse Comics
Weird Detective: The Stars Are Wrong (W) Fred Van Lente, (A) Guiu Vilanova Dark Horse Comics 2017 The streets of… Read More »
Karen Berger, the legendary, award-winning comic book editor and founder of DC Comics’ influential imprint Vertigo, will acquire, edit, and oversee Berger Books, a new line of creator-owned comic books and graphic novels to be published by Dark Horse Comics…. Read More »
Trekker: Rites of Passage (A/W) Ron Randal Dark Horse Comics 2017 Peerless bounty hunter Mercy St. Clair is enlisted to… Read More »
Serenity: No Power in the ‘Verse #1 Writer: Chris Roberson Penciller: Georges Jeanty Dark Horse Comics 2016 The ’verse is… Read More »
It’s a double-header episode again this week, as #256 features my latest interview with Braiden Cox, who has a Kickstarter project going on right now for Pet Squadron: Defenders of Humanity at this link! I highly recommend this creative Indie… Read More »
Zodiac Starforce #1 (W)Kevin Panetta, (A)Paulina Ganucheau, (C/A)Marguerite Sauvage Dark Horse Comics 2015 An elite group of teenage girls with… Read More »
King Tiger #1 (W)Randy Stradley (A)Doug Wheatley Dark Horse Comics 2015 Blood, death, and fire—the darkest kind of magic. A… Read More »
Negative Space #1 (W)Ryan Lindsay, (A/CA)Owen Gieni Dark Horse Comics 2015 Trigger Warning: This review contains mentions of suicide. Negative… Read More »
Fight Club 2 #1 (W)Chuck Palahniuk, (A)Cameron Stewart, (CA David Mack Dark Horse Comics 2015 Fight Club 2, issue #1,… Read More »
As a fan of comic books, and superheroes a lot of the time what goes on in my head is about what heroes or villains would fit together and make up a supergroup. In over seventy five years of comic… Read More »
The Witcher – Fox Children #1 (W) Paul Tobin (A/CA) Joe Querio Dark Horse Comics 2015 This book jumps into… Read More »
Ei8ht #1 (A/W) Rafael Albuquerque Dark Horse Comics 2015 Something’s gone wrong with our future, and our only hope is… Read More »
Pick this up, and see how the pros tell a story through a visual medium.
Full of great action and a deepening mystery, issue two of Hellboy and the BPRD 1952 helps keep readers interests up. Pull it.
When you read this book, you can sense there is a tasty long story arch ahead, but the sudden cut off frustrates me, rather than entices me to read more.
Conan Red Sonja #1 (W)Gail Simone & Jim Zub (A)Dan Panosian Dark Horse and Dynamite 2015 Here are two of… Read More »