Dark Horse Presents
We already told you the great news about Dark Horse bringing Jeff Parker and Erica Moen's beloved Bucko webcomic to print, but the Oregon-based publisher came to Seattle's Emerald City Comicon with a few more cool announcements to make. Readers can look forward to brand new series Colder, an ongoing horror/crime from title writer Paul Tobin (Small Favors, Spider
On sale this week is Dark Horse Presents #10, the latest issue of Dark Horse's prestigious anthology series. Featuring no distracting advertisements, the 80-page book contains new material by such reliably entertaining comics creators as Brian Wood & Kristian Donaldson ( new The Massive!), Colin Lorimer (introducing UXB), Carla Speed McNeil (new Finder!), Steve Niles & Christopher Mitten (new Criminal Macabre), Evan Dorkin & Sarah Dyer (new Milk and Cheese!), Thomas Yeates & Al Gordon (new Tarzan!), Steve Horton & Michael Dialynas (new Amala's Blade!), Andrew Vacches & Geof Darrow (introducing Dead Reliable) M.J. Butler & Mark Wheatley (new Skultar!) and more.
Gaming: DC Universe Online players can now access "XP Booster Box Two-Pack" (100 Station Cash) and "Bandito and Buckaroo Styles" (50-200 Station Cash).
Toys: Mattel's Mattycollector is having a sale through March where collectors can save up to 30% on select figures.
Music: Rapper Richie Branson has released a (NSFW)
Cosplay: Samuel Lee and Prince Armory's awesome custom armor worn by Carlos M. Blanchard is like Kenner's Legends of Batman action figure line come to life.
Creators: Swedish cartoonist Lars Vilkas, who depicted the prophet Muhammad as a dog in 2007, was egged by Karlstad University students while giving a lecture on free speech at the school on Tuesday.
TV: Colin Donnell has been cast as Tommy Merlyn in
On sale now is Dark Horse Presents #6, the latest issue of Dark Horse's prestigious anthology series. Featuring no distracting advertisements, the 80-page book contains material by such reliably entertaining comics creators as Robert Love, Peter Hogan, Carla Speed McNeil, Filipe Melo, Neal Adams, Steve Niles and David Walker. Among the stories in the latest issue are