After carefully reviewing all of the covers for Dark Horse books published with cover dates between January and December of 2016, we've selected a collection that runs the eye-catching, attention-grabbing gamut.
Even in the world of comics, where crossovers happen all the time involving heroes blundering into each other's books and causing all kinds of trouble, it's rare for a character to team up with their own parody. I mean, I've seen Superman hang out with Bugs Bunny before, but seeing someone in pitched battle against a character created pretty directly to make fun of them? It doesn't happen often.
And yet, next month, that's exactly what's going to happen in Conan vs. Groo, where the world's most famous barbarian ends up battling against the world's most obliviously destructive barbarian, in a crossover Dark Horse bills as featuring "three swords, two barbarians, one brain.
After twenty-five years, your favorite dim-witted barbarian is the world's only hope. If you've loved Groo over the past quarter of a century, you can't miss Groo: Hell on Earth. The gang's all back-multiple Eisner Award winner and Eisner Hall of Fame member Sergio Aragonés, Emmy nominated writer Mark Evanier, world renowned colorist Tom Luth, and letterer Stan Sakai-bring the first of four apocalyptic issues that are certain to rock your world.