Dark Horse Comics
In more news from this past weekend's Emerald City Comicon, Dark Horse Comics has announced that their popular title Ghost will be returning in a single-issue monthly format. Read on for more details.
During this past weekend's Emerald City Comicon, it was announced that Dark Horse Comics will be releasing Paul Tobin's Colder, a blend of horror and crime that should appeal to those who like books such as Locke & Key, Preacher, or B.P.R.D.
Scott Allie is a busy man. Aside from his usual responsibilities as the senior managing editor at Dark Horse Comics, he's taken on new writing endeavors, and this weekend he finds himself as a guest of honor at the World Horror Convention (March 29-April 1) in Salt Lake City.
Caitlin R. Kiernan's Alabaster, featuring artwork by Steve Lieber and cover by Greg Ruth, first appeared in Dark Horse Presents #9, to be followed by an upcoming 5-issue miniseries Alabaster: Wolves. Ruth has generously written up a feature for us detailing the art process surrounding Issue #1.
Dark Horse Comics has announced the latest character to be added to its flagship anthology known as Dark Horse Presents: the Sabertooth Vampire, penned by Mike Russell.
Dark Horse Comics has announced a new level of horror is on its way: a classic werewolf tale entitled Riven. The third collaboration between co-writers Bo Hampton (The Legend of Sleepy Hollow) and Robert Tinnell (The Wicked West), Riven is 196 pages of finely tuned terror that will send shivers up your spine!
If we had to pick our top 5 "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" characters of all time, there's little doubt that the evil and completely batshit nuts Drusilla would show up somewhere on that list. Now the actress who played her, Juliet Landau, is out to prove she still has some bite.
On July 11, 2012, Dark Horse Comics will be releasing Freaks of the Heartland in a deluxe hardcover edition, and we've got the first look at the cover artwork by Greg Ruth.
Those devilish denizens of Dark Horse Comics are at it again with a third piece of the puzzle that is B.P.R.D. (Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense). What better way to close out the week than with another sneak peek at some new artwork for the series?
We've been talking about a big screen adaptation of Eric Powell's The Good for what feels like forever. Every couple of months or so a new update comes our way, and it's never good news. So what's up? We'll let Powell himself clear all that up for you.
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When Steve Niles (Criminal Macabre, 30 Days of Night) premiered artwork from his upcoming collaboration with artist Menton3 (Monocyte, Proof: Endangered, Crawl to Me) via his Twitter feed, speculation and anticipation spread like wildfire across the Internet. Now Dark Horse has announced that this new vampiric tale will premiere in an upcoming Dark Horse Presents!
Dark Horse and Radical Entertainment Teaming for Comic Series that Bridges Prototype and Prototype 2
Hot on the heels of our recent interview with Radical Entertainment's Design Director Matt Armstrong comes the news that Radical, the creator of Prototype 2, and Dark Horse Comics, the leading publisher of gaming comics and graphic novels, have joined forces to create an all-new comic series set in the Prototype universe.
Need another reason to pick up a copy of Dark Horse Presents #8, which goes on sale February 1st, other than the fact it contains a brand-new B.P.R.D. story, a new Skeleton Key, and the conclusion of Howard Chaykin's Marked Man among its offerings? How about its inclusion of Part 1 of Rich Johnston's The Many Murders of Miss Cranbourne?
We recently had a chance to talk with demonic Dan Braun, editor-in-chief of a magazine near and dear to our hearts, Creepy. Aside from some great plans for Creepy #7, Braun has some new info to lay on us that fans of the periodical (and its sibling, Eerie) will be thrilled to hear.