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Peter Milligan and Jesus Hervas Infect Berger Books with Tomorrow in February

Ahead of New York Comic Con's Saturday, Dark Horse has announced a new title in the Berger Books like from Peter Milligan, Jesús Hervas, and James Devlin set to hit stores in February Called Tomorrow, this five-issue miniseries stars a twin brother and sister caught in an apocalyptic world when a Russian computer virus manages[...]


Ann Nocenti to Write Ruby Falls for Berger Books in October

Ann Nocenti to Write Ruby Falls for Berger Books in October

The great Ann Nocenti is writing a new comic at Dark Horse's Berger Books imprint this Fall Ruby Falls is described as "a neo-noir tale of love, memory, and murder mysteriously woven through three generations of women, and hinging on their individual, intertwined fights for freedom The four-issue mini-series will feature art by Italian artist[...]

The Girl In the Bay #2 Reads Like a Drug Fueled Fever Dream

[rwp_box_recap id="0"] I originally hoped that the cliff hanger ending of The Girl in the Bay #1 would have resolved early in issue #2 of J.M. DeMatteis' most recent work. However,  I left with more questions than answers… not only eager for the next comic to release but wondering how to digest this fever dream […]

She Could Fly #2 cover by Martin Morazzo and Miroslav Mrva

She Could Fly #2 Review: Devastating and Wonderful

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Luna struggles to stay awake and focused in class while people begin to search for Bill/Earl across Chicago. Luna's counseling sessions aren't going well either, and she has a disastrous experience going to work with her dad. She later has a breakdown when accompanying her mother to a religious meeting. Worse yet, her […]

The Seeds #1 cover by David Aja

The Seeds #1 Review: Honest and Upliftingly Depressing

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] A wall has been erected in the city. On one side, there are those who want to keep using technology. On the other, there are the Neo-Luddites, people who don't want to use modern technology anymore. The world is ailing, and it looks like won't last much longer for either side of the […]


New Recipes in Anthony Bourdain's Hungry Ghosts Collection from Dark Horse/Berger Books

At the Diamond Retailer Appreciation Lunch at San Diego Comic-Con, Dark Horse has been showing off their titles from the Berger Books line from Karen Berger, including the new La Guardia for December by Nnedi Okorafor and Tana Ford to tell the story of LaGuardia International and Interstellar Airport, reteaming after their work on Black Panther: Rise of a[...]

Incognegro: Renaissance #5 cover by Warren Pleece

Incognegro: Renaissance #5 Review – Closure and Small Victories

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Zane and Bette plan to expose Van Horn as a fraud and having plagiarized Xavier's manuscript. Bette receives a threatening invitation to meet at the Waldorf Astoria. She must go alone, so she helps Zane put together a disguise to get in as well. She meets with the perpetrator of it all, and […]

Mata Hari #4 cover by Ariela Kristantina and Pat Masioni

Mata Hari #4 Review: Taking the Power Back

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The interrogation of Mata Hari continues, and she is beginning to break. We see how she joined up with the circus and later became a dancer in the theater. We see her becoming a liaison for important men across Europe. All the while, she wants nothing more than to get custody of her […]

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Exclusive: First Look at Martin Morazzo's Cover for She Could Fly #3

Morazzo, also the interior artist, is working on a script from Christopher Cantwell the co-creator and showrunner of AMC's Halt and Catch Fire.The series, which debuted as part of Karen Berger's Berger Books just last week, is a horror crime set in Chicago, Illinois It tells the story of an unknown woman who appears flying[...]

Nnedi Okorafor and Tana Ford Launch New Comic 'LaGuardia' at Berger Books

Hugo, Nebula, and World Fantasy Award-winning author Nnedi Okorafor will be teaming up once again with her Black Panther: Long Live the King collaborator Tana Ford for a new four-issue mini-series from Berger Books called LaGuardia The first issue is set to hit stores in October and is available for pre-order now, retailing for $4.99 Check out[...]

Olivia Twist: A Dickensian, Dystopian New Comic from Darin Strauss, Adam Dalva, and Emma Vieceli at Berger Books

Dark Horse and the Berger Books imprint have announced their next upcoming series: a reimagining of Charles Dickens's novel Oliver Twist set in a dystopian future. Olivia Twist is billed as "a female-centric futuristic fable" from the slightly less female-centric creative team of bestselling author Darin Strauss, short fiction author Adam Dalva, artist Emma Vieceli, and colorist Lee Loughridge[...]

Incognegro: Renaissance #3 cover by Warren Pleece

Incognegro Renaissance #3 Review: A Compelling New Player Enters the Drama

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Zane finds himself at the mercy of an actress named Bette Mignom and her brute of a bodyguard. Bette knows more about Xavier and has more going on under the surface than Zane can imagine. She wants Xavier's manuscript, which Zane has. However, Zane is unsure if he can trust Bette. Worse yet, […]


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'Halt and Catch Fire' Showrunner Launches 'She Could Fly' at Berger Books in July

Dark Horse has announced the latest new comic coming from its Berger Books imprint in July, from Halt and Catch Fire showrunner Christopher Cantwell, artist Martin Morazzo, and colorist Miroslav Mrva She Could Fly is set to launch in July, detailing what a press release claims is "the strange and poignant tale of the Flying Woman." The extraordinary[...]

Incognegro: Renaissance #2 cover by Warren Pleece

Incognegro Renaissance #2 Review: An Absorbing and Racially-Charged Detective Story

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] After a meeting with Van Horn proves unfruitful, Zane's friends help him with a makeover so that he can pass completely in white society. This allows Zane to enter the whites patrons-only (the performers and dishwashers can be black) Cotton Club to interview a woman about the death of Xavier. Incognegro: Renaissance #2 […]

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Dark Horse to Collect Anthony Bourdain's Hungry Ghosts in September

But when it comes to horror anthologies co-written by Anthony Bourdain, it's a totally different story.Currently being published as an anthology mini-series as part of the Berger Books imprint, Dark Horse plans to collect Anthony Bourdain's Hungry Ghosts in spooky yet delicious hardcover edition this Fall From the press release: Anthony Bourdain’s Hungry Ghosts features terrifying tales[...]

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Hungry Ghosts, Mata Hari, And More From Berger Books At NYCC

Rosilyne Bean reported from New York Comic Con 2017:At the Introduction to Berger Books panel at NYCC 2017, Karen Berger shared information about the new titles incoming from her team-up with Dark Horse Comics Accompanying her were several writers and artists of the forthcoming seriesHungry Ghosts, written by Anthony Bourdain and Joel Rose, will[...]

Dark Horse's Berger Books Spotlights Titles From Gibbons, Johnson, And Others

Bleeding Cool reporter Joe Glass writes:At SDCC, founding editor of DC’s Vertigo Karen Berger is on hand to explain the first projects revealed as part of her new Dark Horse imprint, Berger Books.Berger says she’s really happy to be here, and happy to be back in comics after taking a few years out.Panel includes Dave Gibbons,[...]