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Matt Kindts Fear Case Launches in Dark Horse February 2021 Solicits

Matt Kindt's Fear Case Launches in Dark Horse February 2021 Solicits

Dark Horse Comics' February 2021 releases include the launch of Fear Case #1,  a new, horrific detective series by Matt Kindt and Tyler Jenkins, Young Hellboy: The Hidden Land #1 with Hellboy creator Mike Mignola and writer Tom Sniegoski as they explore a young Hellboy adventure and Black Hammer: Visions #1, a reimagination of the […]

Home Sick Pilots Have A Critical Role &#8211 Thank FOC Its Sunday

Home Sick Pilots Have A Critical Role – Thank FOC It's Sunday

Thank FOC It's Friday – and it's Knock Em Dead time. Planned to coincide and cover the demands of Final Order Cut Off at Diamond Comic Distributors. And now UCS and Lunar as well. Of course, in these times, so much of this is up in the air.  There's a lot of product coming through […]

Dark Horse Announce New Line Of Critical Role Original Graphic Novels

Dark Horse Announce New Line Of Critical Role Original Graphic Novels

Dark Horse Comics has announced a new line of graphic novels with the gaming web series Critical Role, under the banner Critical Role: The Mighty Nein Origins, focusing on characters Jester, Caleb, Fjord, Mollymauk, Yasha, Beauregard, Nott, and Caduceus. Critical Role: The Mighty Nein Origins will be launching with volumes about Jester Lavorre and Caleb […]

Youve Had Baby Yoda Teen Groot And Now&#8230 Young Hellboy

You've Had Baby Yoda, Teen Groot And Now… Young Hellboy

In February, Hellboy creator Mike Mignola, co-writer Tom Sniegoski, artist Craig Rousseau, colourist Dave Stewart, and letterer Clem Robins will explore an untold chapter of Hellboy's childhood in Young Hellboy: The Hidden Land. In this four-issue series from Dark Horse Comics, Hellboy and Professor Bruttenholm are stranded on a strange island after a mishap on […]

Why Cant Goblins Be Heroes Eric Grissom and Will Perkins Fix That

Why Can't Goblins Be Heroes? Eric Grissom and Will Perkins Fix That

Goblin is a new graphic novel from Eric Grissom and Will Perkins out in May next year from Dark Horse Comics. Goblin is a fantasy story like no other about overcoming great odds and about finding light in even the darkest of places. A young, headstrong goblin embarks on a wild journey of danger, loss, […]

Queer ESports Graphic Novel Renegade Rule Gets Scheduled For 2021

Queer ESports Graphic Novel, Renegade Rule, Gets Scheduled For 2021

Writer Ben Kahn announced earlier in the year on Twitter that Dark Horse would be publishing their then-self-published comic book series, Renegade Rule, created with Rachel Silverstein, Sam Beck and Jim Campbell, as a graphic novel. BIG NEWS: Myself, @flirtymango, @_twothirty, and @CampbellLetters are teaming up with @DarkHorseComics to bring you RENEGADE RULE! Four queer […]

Soupy Leaves Home Graphic Novel Gains CBLDF Educational Supplement

Soupy Leaves Home Graphic Novel Gains CBLDF Educational Supplement

  In 2017, Dark Horse Comics published Cecil Castellucci and Jose Pimienta's graphic novel, Soupy Leaves Home. Set in 1932, this is the story of two misfits with no place to call home, who build a relationship during a train hopping journey from the cold heartbreak of their eastern homes toward the sunny promise of […]

Mike Mignola Announces Hellboy Universe Essentials For 2021

Mike Mignola Announces Hellboy Universe Essentials For 2021

Dark Horse has announced a new line of Hellboy collections, in the manner of the Marvel and EC Essentials volumes, the Hellboy Universe Essentials volumes, four books reprinting classic Hellboy stories curated by Hellboy creator Mike Mignola, with new covers by Mignola and Dave Stewart. "In some cases—B.P.R.D. and Witchfinder—it was pretty easy to select […]

Colonel Weird: Cosmagog #1 Review: All The People Weve Been

Colonel Weird: Cosmagog #1 Review: All The People We've Been

Spinning out of Black Hammer by Jeff Lemire and Dean Ormston is a mind-bending new superhero/sci-fi series, Colonel Weird: Cosmagog. This emotional debut issue, written by Lemire and illustrated/lettered by Tyler Crook, features the eponymous character stumbling through time and phases of his life. Will readers who have not yet dipped into the Black Hammer universe be able to follow this trippy series? […]

Invisible Kingdom Final Volume To Be A Graphic Novel

Invisible Kingdom Final Volume To Be A Graphic Novel

G. Willow Wilson and Christian Ward will be concluding their Invisible Kingdom for Dark Horse Comics/Berger Books, not through the individual issues that have seen the previous arc published, but as an original graphic novel, the third volume of the series, to be published in May 2021. Oh, and they are even using a Bleeding […]

Dark Horse Announces Afterlift Chip Zdarsky/Jeff Lemire Bookplates

Dark Horse Announces Afterlift Chip Zdarsky/Jeff Lemire Bookplates

Afterlift time! A few weeks ago, ComiXology and Dark Horse Comics announced they'd be bringing select ComiXology Originals titles to print beginning in 2021. The first up is Afterlift, by Chip Zdarsky and Jason Loo, arriving in February. They are also offering a retailer incentive – comic shops that ofter five copies or more of […]

Dark Horse Comics Full January 2021 Solicits &#8211 A Flowering Of Crimson

Dark Horse Comics Full January 2021 Solicits – A Flowering Of Crimson

Dark Horse Comics' January 2021 releases include the launch of Crimson Flower #1 from Matt Kindt and Matt Lesniewski, a brand-new, mind-altering journey through Russian folk tales. Avatar: The Next Shadow #1 an untold story set immediately after the events of the first Avatar movie. And Mike Mignola: The Quarantine Sketchbook HC, a collection of Mike […]

Matt Kindt and Matt Lesniewski Launch Crimson Flower From Dark Horse

Matt Kindt and Matt Lesniewski Launch Crimson Flower From Dark Horse

Mind MGMT, BANG!, BRZRKR and Hero Trade co-creator Matt Kindt has created a new comic book series for Dark Horse Comics with The Freak and Static's Matt Lesniewski and colourist Bill Crabtree, Crimson Flower for "a brand-new, mind-altering journey through Russian folk tales, trained assassins, and government conspiracies." After losing her family in a violent […]

Two Number Twos: Cyberpunk 2077 And Vampire: The Masquerade

Two Number Twos: Cyberpunk 2077 And Vampire: The Masquerade

This week, it's two-issue number twos from my favorite tie-in comics, Cyberpunk 2077: Trauma Team and Vampire: The Masquerade: Winter's Teeth. Both are stronger than the sum of their parts, and while there's no Eisners in store for either of these comics, I'd like to sing their praises. Cyberpunk 2077: Trauma Team #2 Cyberpunk 2077: […]

James Cameron to Inflict More Avatar Comics on Dark Horse Readers

James Cameron to Inflict More Avatar Comics on Dark Horse Readers

James Cameron's plan to inflict multiple sequels to the hit 2009 film Avatar on moviegoing audiences has been pushed back to 2022 due to the coronavirus pandemic, a tradeoff that most people can probably agree was worth it. However, Cameron has found a new way to punish humanity for delaying their fate of watching an […]

The Orville: Launch Day #2 Review: Fun Twists &#038 Turns

The Orville: Launch Day #2 Review: Fun Twists & Turns

With a comical slant and a hard science fiction edge, this fast-paced, The Orville: Launch Day #2 is an enjoyable issue that gives you many of the thrills of the TV show. The characters are true to themselves, many get a chance to shine, and the photorealistic artwork brings familiar and alien environments to life. […]

Spy Island #2 Review: Not Much Happening

Spy Island #2 Review: Not Much Happening

After the breathtaking debut issue, this installment of the new espionage send-up takes its foot off the accelerator and coasts, which is a troubling choice for a four-issue miniseries. There are still plenty of entertaining elements to work with here, but where the first issue astonished, this one merely suffices.   Nora Freud is a […]

You Look Like Death and Ghostwriter: Two Comics

You Look Like Death and Ghostwriter: Two Comics

Two comics this week. One of them, the first issue of a spinoff series, the other, a translation of an award-winning Spanish comic. You Look Like Death: Tales From The Umbrella Academy #1: First off, Chelsy Bloomfield took a closer look at this issue, which you can read right here. Gerard Way and Shaun Simon […]

Joe Glass Speaks on The Pride Coming to Dark Horse

Joe Glass Speaks on The Pride Coming to Dark Horse

Writer/creator Joe Glass, a former Bleeding Cool contributor, is bringing his long-running series The Pride to Dark Horse, where it will be re-released in a 456-page omnibus in June 2021. The series follows FabMan, who is on a mission to assemble an all LGBTQ+ team of superheroes called the Pride. This group forms to fight not […]

5 Thoughts About Cyberpunk 2077: Trauma Team #1

5 Thoughts About Cyberpunk 2077: Trauma Team #1

I read Cyberpunk 2077: Trauma Team #1 on a whim, and it hit me with a whammy. I'm skeptical of licensed work and tie ins because not every licensor is as easy to work with as Hasbro historically was with GI Joe. Regardless, Cyberpunk 2077: Trauma Team #1 earned my undivided attention. Here's why: If […]