Hellboy and the B.P.R.D.: Time Is A River follows a 2020 Hellboy story from the Hellboy Winter Special called “The Miser’s Gift”.
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Cyberpunk 2077: Blackout #2 continues the story of Arturo, the brain dance repairman with an unplayable debt due much too soon.
Mind MGMT: Bootleg #1 reminds me: It’s good to read a Mind MGMT comic again. The series is about a shadowy organization that runs the world through psychic espionage.
In Pearl III #2, a reader can see (or intuit) what writer Brian Bendis (and artist Michael Gaydos) do well: show character.
In The Lonesome Hunters #1 (apparently a miniseries?), Tyler Crook (artist and co-creator of Harrow County) takes full control of a new series
The story about this one shot is the same as the other self-contained stories: The artists are top notch, and the stories are always right for them.
Carmilla is an 1871 Gothic novella by Irish author Sheridan Le Fanu, a vampire story that beat Bram Stoker to the punch by 26 years. Serialised as The
Known for his legendary fantasy underground masterpieces published by Fantagor Press as well as in Heavy Metal, Richard Corben’s work returns to Dark
Hellboy teams with girlfriend Dr. Anastasia Bransfield for a five-issue romantic adventure series launching this October at Dark Horse: Hellboy in Love.
This one goes out to the readers we love: stand in the place where you are and call your local retailer to preorder Hotel REM from Dark Horse.
The Adventures of Luther Arkwright, is considered by many to be the first British graphic novel. Written and drawn by its creator, the acclaimed graphic
Dark Horse has announced a new poster celebrating the 20th anniversary of The Amazing Screw-On Head and Other Curious Objects that will retail for $49.99.
Mind MGMT returns at Dark Horse Comics this week as Matt Kindt's Flux House imprint launches. Read a preview of Mind MGMT: Bootleg #1 here.
All hell breaks loose in the preternatural emergency room in this preview of The Ward #2, in stores from Dark Horse Comics on Wednesday, July 6th.
Jon Moisan was an intern at The Weinstein Company and Dark Horse Comics before working in Marvel Comics editorial for six years. But for the last seven