Scott Allie Organizes All-Star Team to Create a Free Comic for Portland's H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival
Dark Horse Comics Editor-in-Chief Scott Allie has announced a cool giveaway for attendees of this year's H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival: As the film festival will be held on Free Comic Day, Allie assembled a great creative team and personally edited a giveaway comic for the show.
The three-part Abe Sapien: Dark and Terrible from Dark Horse Comics begins in April and follows Abe on a quest to reveal his own role in the end of the world. It's a can't miss story for B.P.R.D./Hellboy fans, and we have a look at the covers of the first two installments and pre-order info.
Guest Interview: Steve Niles Talks Ugly Vampires, How to Treat Fans, Creator-Driven Comics, His Inspirations, and Lots More
Dark Horse Comics Editor-in-Chief Scott Allie provided us with another guest interview this week in which he chats with the incomparable Steve Niles, horror writer extraordinaire.
Guest Interview: Writer/Artist David Lapham on The Strain, Ferals, Self-Publishing, 'Weird' Tweeting, and More
Dark Horse Comics Editor-in-Chief Scott Allie had an in-depth chat with the Eisner Award-winning writer/artist David Lapham on a wide range of topics including his adaptation of The Strain, the upcoming Ferals, the ups and downs of the comics world, blowing off steam on Twitter, and lots more.
Time for another installment in our guest blog series in which Dark Horse Comics Editor-in-Chief Scott Allie interviews some of the best and most prolific contributors to the horror genre. On tap today we have the multiple Eisner Award winning colorist Dave Stewart.
In honor of the release of Christopher Golden's Joe Golem and the Drowning City in limited edition hardcover on October 3 and Baltimore: The Play, his collaboration with Mike Mignola, on November 21, Dark Horse editor Scott Allie interviewed the award-winning author for us.
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.
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?
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.
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.
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.
I’m sorry to have gone delinquent on my posts here, because this has been a crazy year for me and horror. My Solomon Kane series "The Castle of the Devil" was well received, and I pushed that adventure story about as far as I could, with the help of Mario Guevara’s macabre visuals.
Lest I be taken for a pretentious twit with no place on this site after my last blog, I want to start this one with a quick review of Drag Me to Hell. I loved it.
I’m writing this from Wheatfield, Wyoming, in the middle of nowhere, a very small, cool town, on a road trip to celebrate the constantly changing state of being alive. This weekend I’ll be celebrating other things, as I wend my way to Seattle for Crypticon. I’ve never done this show before, but my experience of horror cons is that they’re even wilder than comic cons.