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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.
As promised yesterday when we showed off some upcoming artwork for two of Dark Horse Comics' B.P.R.D. (Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense) titles, today we have an exclusive sneak peek of the cover art for Issue #4 of their five-part Lobster Johnson: The Burning Hand series.
Late last year we told you about Dark Horse Comics' plan to release five new B.P.R.D. (Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense) titles, two of which are B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth: The Long Death and B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth: The Pickens County Horror; and today we have an exclusive early look at upcoming covers for each.
It's been a long while since last we heard anything of David Fincher's take on Dark Horse Entertainment's The Goon, but since his latest flick, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, is ready to be unleashed, the visionary director is making the rounds and offering updates on both that and Black Hole.
Dark Horse Comics is playing Santa this week with an early Christmas gift to fans of the B.P.R.D. (Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense). Here's another sneak peek at some new artwork for the series.
Anyone who doesn't think Dark Horse Comics is a horror fan's best friend, especially a horror fan who collects the Buffy the Vampire Slayer comics, should think again. Case in point: Dark Horse's twin announcements today of (a) the deluxe, oversized, dust-jacketed hardcover collection of Buffy Season 8 and (b) the first collection of the season with Buffy Season 9 Volume 1: Freefall.
Fans of Dark Horse Comics' Bureau of Paranormal Research and Defense, aka B.P.R.D., know everything is not exactly kosher in their comic universe. The world was radically altered when everyone's favorite firestarter, Liz Sherman, torched the center of the Earth with a particularly powerful fireblast. And all that is just fine by Dark Horse's Senior Managing Editor Scott Allie.
Remember last Monday when Dark Horse Comics teased us with some artwork for its B.P.R.D. (Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense) series? Well, now it's all been made clear with the announcement that five new titles and some of the most earth-shattering events in the history of the series are on their way.
Those mad scientists over at Dark Horse Comics are at it again, and this time they're working with the Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense. Or something like that... In any event, they promise it's all going to hell in 2012!
Caitlín R. Kiernan is the author of numerous works of dark fantasy and science fiction, including nine novels, several comic book series (including Sandman spinoff The Dreaming), and over two hundred published short stories and novellas. Now she brings her tales to the land of Dark Horse Comics with Alabaster.
When you hear the name Guillermo del Toro, you immediately think about monsters mirroring tales we've been told as children. The landscape he lays out remains, in large part, the stuff of dark fairy tales. This may be the element that most excites fans when they hear about The Strain comic book series from Dark Horse Comics, and we're pleased to present an exclusive first look at the cover for Issue #3.
Production on R.I.P.D. has roared into Boston, and you know what that means ... More images and videos of all the behind-the-scenes shenanigans. Check it out!
Hungry for more images of the cast of R.I.P.D. standing around and performing other completely innocuous tasks? Then, brothers and sisters, have we got some goodies for you! It's like pay dirt for fans of boredom!