September sees the launch of Kevin Smith, Andy McElfresh and John Sprengelmeyer's Maskerade, part of Smith's new Secret Stash imprint at Dark Horse
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Bleeding Cool got the scoop that Conan The Barbarian was leaving Marvel Comics when we were at Lake Comic Comic Art Festival over a month ago. At the
Think of The Art of Tiny Tina's Wonderland as like a nice DLC package you could hold in your hands and bludgeon someone to death with.
Youth Volume 2 collects season 2 of the ComiXology original in print, but since the Kindle app is so bad for comic reading, this is the only viable way to read it.
The cover art from one of the best Star Wars comics Dark Horse ever produced is taking bids at Heritage Auctions today.
Mantic, along with comic book publisher Dark Horse Comics, announced they will be releasing The Umbrella Academy: The Board Game.
In Cyberpunk 2077: Blackout #1, the latest Cyberpunk 2077 tie-in from Dark Horse, a braindance repairman (Arturo) has a bad week.
With Pearl III #1, the creators of Jessica Jones (Brian Bendis, Michael Gaydos) reunite for the next installment of their crime saga.
Cullen Bunn, Danny Luckert, and Leila Leiz bring Shock Shop, a flip comic horror anthology, to Dark Horse Comics starting in September.
Doomed, against gods, and new to the party, Hellboy puts himself in harm's way and tries to do the right thing. Hellboy and the B.P.R.D.: Night of the Cyclops is a pleasure to read.
Marvel Comics may have the Alien/Aliens/Predator franchise now, but this has brought new interest to the Dark Horse Aliens, and Predator runs. With
The feeling left over from Cyberpunk 2077: Big City Dreams recalls a Terry Pratchett quote: “Life was often very expensive; you could get death for free.”
If you like detective stories, you’ll relish Cyberpunk 2077: Where’s Johnny.
The second season of The Black Ghost will launch digitally on Amazon in August with a print collection from Dark Horse Comics in January.
Boom Studios has Keanu Reeves. Legendary has Oscar Isaac and Image Comics has Emilia Clarke. And now Dark Horse Comics has X-Files star David Duchovny,