On sale now from Dark Horse is the first issue of B.P.R.D.: The Dead Remembered. Co-written by creator Mike Mignola and longtime Hellboy editor Scott Allie with art by Karl Moline & Andy Owens and cover by Jo Chen, the three-part miniseries is a standout tale in the history of the B.P.R.D. saga (a favorite of ComicsAlliance), spotlighting for the first time the pyrokinetic Liz Sherman as
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Movies: Warner Bros. latest Green Lantern movie poster is suitably sprawling. Ryan Reynolds even looks like he's wearing a real domino mask rather than a painted-on CGI one!
Upcoming: Following a few delays, it looks like Batwoman from J.H. Williams III is go for a September launch.
In what's certainly the most traumatic creative team shakeup we've seen in recent memory, Guy Davis and Dark Horse Comics announced over the weekend that the artist will leave his longtime and hugely acclaimed gig at B.P.R.D. The Hellboy spinoff,
Toys: More figures from McFarlane Toys' upcoming The Walking Dead assortments make prototype debuts at Toy Fair.
Gaming: Contrary to early rumors, Rocksteady Studios has confirmed that Batman: Arkham City will be single player only.
Threads: Tara McPherson's Cotton Candy Machine retail
Courtesy of our friends at Dark Horse Comics, ComicsAlliance is pleased to bring you an exclusive preview of Hellboy: The Sleeping and the Dead #2, completing the two-part tale by Hellboy creator Mike Mignola and artist Scott Hampton. Another in a line of classic Hellboy short stories that's sure to lead to something massive down the road, The Sleeping and th
Art: Texas-based artist Mondo pays tribute to director Guillermo Del Torro with a heaping helping of tribute poster goodness.
Submissions: If you've ever wanted to get your work published at Dark Horse Comics, you'd do well to read submissions editor John Schork's supplemental guide to the do's and don'ts.
Industry: Mark Chiarello has been named VP Art Direction & Design at DC Comics and will, "oversee
Evan Dorkin and Jill Thompson's Beasts of Burden is one of those books that could easily slip under your radar, despite the pedigree of the creators involved. I missed out on it until the fantastic hardcover of their first miniseries dropped, and now I'm hooked. If you want to give it a