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‘Dark Horse Presents’ #2 Spotlights New Creators and Greats [Preview]
On sale this week is Dark Horse Presents #2, continuing the celebration of Dark Horse Comics' 25th anniversary and the relaunch of the prestigious anthology series. The 80-page second issue continues stories from creators like Howard Chaykin, Richard Corben, Paul Chadwick, and Carla Speed McNeil and introduces new work from newer talents including Patrick Alexander, Sanford Greene, and Robert Love
Daytripper: A Gorgeous, Heart-Breaking Comic Gets Even Better as a Book [Review]
Daytripper was the best comic book mini-series I read last year, one of the finest comics I've ever read, and one of the most emotionally powerful experiences I've ever had with visual storytelling. I could praise this book forever, but writer Kieron Gillen summed up the quintessential experience with the story within Twitter's 140 character limit: I can't say if Gillen's reaction is universal,
Fabio Moon and Gabriel Ba Tease Indie ‘Atelier’ One-shot [Exclusive]
Last week the brotherly Brazilian duo of Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá ("Daytrippers," "Casanova" ) let loose that they had re-entered the world of self-publishing with "Atelier," an all new one-shot slated for release at New York Comic Con, Brazil's Rio Comicon and Argentina's Crack Bang Boom show. ComicsAllian...
Matt Fraction’s ‘Casanova’ Moving to Marvel’s Icon Imprint [C2E2]
Updated: In yet another big announcement out of the's Cup O' Joe panel at C2E2, Marvel announced that Matt Fraction's indie masterpiece "Casanova," which was illustrated by brothers Gabriel Ba and Fabio Moon and published by Image Comics, will soon be moving to Marvel's creator-owned Icon imprint, a shift that Fraction says "will allow us to do the book and to do it as we intended t
Ba and Moon Deliver in Vertigo’s ‘Daytripper’
Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá have come a long way in a short amount of time. The Brazilian twins landed in America to some acclaim with anthology projects from Image and Dark Horse. But it was "De:Tales - Stories from Urban Brazil" that really introduced the pair to industry, garnering critical acclaim from a variety of sources with a beautiful black and white tale that hinted at great pote