Tagged:  Dark Horse Comics

By Peter Schmeiser, February 12, 2014 0

It is a good little super-noir book, and the art delivers the deco-style with more modern-infused camera angles and illustration.

By Peter Schmeiser, February 5, 2014 0

The exploration of diverse ideals helps keep the reader’s attention focused as Maberry broadens the world we are being introduced to

By Jesse Scheckner, February 5, 2014 0

Terminator Salvation: The Final Battle #3 J. Michael Straczynski, Pete Woods, Matthew Wilson Dark Horse Comics 2014 Check out my… Read More »

By Peter Schmeiser, January 23, 2014 0

Wendy Pini has found an artistic fountain of youth, and has been able to infuse timelessness into the comic that is Elfquest

By Jesse Scheckner, January 22, 2014 0

Terminator Salvation: The Final Battle #2 J. Michael Straczynski, Pete Woods, Matthew Wilson Dark Horse Comics 2014 In my review… Read More »

By Zackery Cote, January 15, 2014 0

S.H.O.O.T. First #2 Justin Aclin, Nicolas Daniel Selma Dark Horse Comics 2013 The first two issues of a comic are… Read More »

By Peter Schmeiser, January 8, 2014 0

Origin stories are usually the worst part to write. Sometimes great ideas are hard to get rolling. The concept is there but when pen hits paper, it’s really hard to get started.

By Raisa, January 4, 2014 0 Comic News

  The rights to publish Star Wars comics had gone from Marvel to Dark Horse back in 1991,  but Marvel has just announced that they have been granted the rights once again. They will begin creating new Star Wars comics… Read More »

By Jesse Scheckner, December 4, 2013 0

 Terminator Salvation: The Final Battle #1 J. Michael Straczynski, Pete Woods, Matthew Wilson Dark Horse Comics 2013 The Terminator franchise,… Read More »

By Peter Schmeiser, November 27, 2013 0

This spin-off comic could tell us the tale of how Abe Sapien came to be, or what drives him now, but by the time I closed the cover, I realized I hadn’t learned a thing about Abe Sapien, or much more about the world of Hellboy for that matter.

By Peter Schmeiser, November 27, 2013 0

The further a comic is from anything familiar, the more it is asking us to take the journey into a strange and unknown world with it. Unfortunately, Star Wars Legacy is just asking too much, and making all the wrong moves.

By Zackery Cote, November 27, 2013 0

Never Ending #1 Knave, Kirkbride, Love Dark Horse Comics 2013 I’m not gonna lie, this comic made me happy on… Read More »

By Zackery Cote, November 6, 2013 0

Bloodhound #1 Jolley, Kirk, Riggs Dark Horse Comics 2013 Bloodhound follows the story of an ordinary man who is just… Read More »

By Mark Viola, November 6, 2013 0

Astounding Villain House (one-shot) Shannon Wheeler Dark Horse Comics 2013 Guess who’s back with a new installment of “Both Barrels… Read More »

By Mark Viola, October 30, 2013 0

Resident Alien: The Suicide Blonde #2 Peter Hogan, Steve Parkhouse Dark Horse Comics 2013 Just in time for Ol’ Hallow’s… Read More »

By Peter Schmeiser, October 30, 2013 0

With names like Clearbrook, Ember and Dewshine I just couldn’t get into Elfquest. And now, 7 Olympics later, I find myself digitally flipping through Elfquest: The Final Quest Special and struggling to keep an objective mindset.

By Peter Schmeiser, October 30, 2013 0

Issue two of The Star Wars continues to bring a puzzle to the mind and a feast to eyes. The enigma at the heart of this book is the twisted familiarity that haunts the reader. We somehow know these strange characters, but they aren’t acting in any familiar way.