On sale today, Dark Horse Presents #12 may be the most impressive yet of Dark Horse Comics' already prestigious anthology series. The new issue is an almost ridiculous who's who of my favorite comics creators
On sale this week is Dark Horse Presents #11, the latest issue of Dark Horse's prestigious anthology series. Featuring no distracting advertisements, the 80-page book contains new material by such comics creators as Francesco Francavilla (introducing The Black Beetle), Mike Richardson, Tim Seeley and Victor Drujiniu (introducing The Occultist), John Arcudi and Jonathan Case (introducing The Creep), Frank J. Barbiere and Luke Radl (introducing The White Suits). Additionally, the latest issue features continuations of serials by Steve Horton and Michael Dialynas (new
A true-life tale of revenge from the 18th century that has been called "Japan's national legend" and been turned into opera, television, movies and woodblock prints for more than two hundred years is coming to comics, courtesy of Dark Horse Comics. But if you're w
After the news last week that Dark Horse had laid off seven employees -- and the subsequent criticism by a former employee about several significant comics projects and delays in releasing rolling out their digital comics program -- Dark Horse's founder and president Mike Richardson spoke with ComicsAlliance about his perspective on the layoffs and the digital strategy, and his vision for the company moving forward.
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Given the publisher's resounding success with both creator-owned series like "Hellboy," "Concrete" and "The Umbrella Academy," as well as licensed properties like "Star Wars," "Alien" and "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," it's easy to forget Dark Horse Comics' shall we say, more humble roots
The magazines that gave a whole generation the shivers are back. Creepy and Eerie were the definitive horror and sci-if comics of the 1960s and flourished up until the early 1980s. Dark Horse Comics has entered into an agreement with New Comic Company to
Mike Richardson, tongue in cheek, delivers a grisly, hilarious tale that rivals The Mask with its pop-culture references and blatant absurdity. Straw and Whip are buddies who have somehow managed to live through a plague that's left the world with seven billion br
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