Much has been made of the various super teams assembling at the Big Two of late, but one of Dark Horse's most prominent groups is in full-on recruitment mode. If you've got what it takes (a name and an E-mail address), you could join The Bureau for Paran
If there's one thing that superhero fans can agree upon, it's that we'd all likely disagree when it comes to our favorite superheroes and superpowers. There are just so many to choose from for so many different reasons that there's no way we'd all come to a mutual, all-encompassing understanding.
But - an
With this week's release of Marvel's "Black Knight" #1 -- not to be confused with DC's similarly named space zombie epic -- creators Tom DeFalco and Ron Frenz are revisiting the age of Camelot to reveal the long-lost origin of the Black Knight and the the sword that's basically Excalibur in one of those Evil Mirror Universe Goatees from "Star Trek," Chaos the Doombringer!
We're not gonna lie: That sounds pretty awesome, and it's gotten us thinking about the other great comics that have been inspired by the legend of King Arthur, so we've knighted Sir Christopher of Sims as our champion and charged him w
While a longstanding proponent of (often free) digital content, Dark Horse is really starting to mingle at the mobile comics party with the recent release of two of its flagship properties onto Apple's iPhone.
Mike Mignola's "Hellboy: Seed of Destruction" storyline along with Gerard Way and Gabriel Bá's "Umbrella Academy: Ap
"Hellboy" creator Mike Mignola's story demonstrates the double-edged sword of success pretty well. Essentially, following the film adaptations of "Hellboy" and "Hellboy 2" the artist became so successful that he no longer had time to regularly illustrate his comic, leaving it to artists like Duncan Fegredo to help carry out the story
Hellboy creator Mike Mignola teams up with Eisner-nominated artist Jason Shawn Alexander (Damn Nation, The Secret, The Escapists) for a five-part miniseries featuring Abe Sapien, the second most popular character from Mignola's Hellboy books, on his first solo assignment. Abe Sapien: The Drowning promises to be chock-full of adventur