Following on from their recent 200th issue of Dark Horse Presents in #7, Dark Horse are still bringing us high quality anthology-style content in March, with a cover–and this just seems so right–by Francesco Francavilla. It does well to reinforce the occult/mystery themes that make up a significant part of Dark Horse's slate that you'll find in the included story of Detective Greene.
Check it out:
Issue #8 will also bring us work by Sergio Aragones, Fred Van Lente, Mike Grell, Alex de Campi, and many others.
Here's how Dark Horse describe the contents:
When the skin of a cyclist turns up in a public pool minus all of its innards, Fred Van Lente's Detective Greene is on the case-he's the bizarre, towering redhead who tackles New York's weirdest crimes. And Mike Grell returns to Tarzan with Tarzan and the Gods of Opar.
Plus, new chapters of Alex de Campi and Jerry Ordway's Semiautomagic, Sergio Aragonés's Groo, Brendan McCarthy's Dream Gang, and Ed Brisson's Murder Book, featuring art from JD Faith!
But we don't have to leave it entirely to our imaginations, since Dark Horse have kindly provided a preview of Dark Horse Presents #8:
Dark Horse Presents #8 arrives in shops on March 18th, and is currently listed in Previews World with item code: JAN150121