Last week LeVar Burton and co-writer Mark Wolfe of Burton/Wolfe Entertainment took their first step into the comic book industry with "Con-CERNed," an eight-page science fiction story illustrated by David Hahn that
As "MySpace Dark Horse Presents" approaches its penultimate 35th on June 2 before its 36th and final issue in July, Gabriel Bá's introspective "Fiction" seems like a suitable way to round out nearly three years of short stories. Some creators have spun complete fiction while others have taken a more pers
Next month's 35th and final issue of MySpace Dark Horse Presents doesn't mean the end of new ideas springing - or in one case shooting - forth from the publisher. On June 2, writer Justin Aclin ("Twisted ToyFare Theater," "Hero Hous
The Mask has always had sort of a love/hate relationship with Hollywood. The reality-warping face covering's cinematic explosion in 1994 vaulted the property to household name status for some time, but what Jim Carrey gaveth, Jamie Kennedy tooketh away with the Raspberry Award-winning 2005 sequel "Son of the Mask
What do you get when you cross Dark Horse Comics' green-headed maelstrom of cartoon chaos with one of Hollywood's most pop-culture literate icons Quentin Tarantino? You get Evan Dorkin's satire of cinema "Englor
Fans of Graham Annable know the creator doesn't do well with boring. From his "Hickee" collections to his "Grickle" stories,
the creator's characters have a wonderful restlessness that makes even the simplest tales explosive
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