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David Harbour Thinks 'Hellboy' "Flavor" Was Off, Admits "Major Problems"

'Hellboy' Reboot Failed Because of Del Toro Fans Says David Harbour

Hellboy fans pretty soundly rejected last years attempt at a reboot starring Stranger Things fave David Harbour as Big Red. Right from the start, when director Guillermo del Toro and original star Ron Pearlman were not attached, quite a few fans were, to put it kindly, pissed. Even after trailers and and the film's release, […]

Predator Gains Japanese Armor with New Prime 1 Studio Statue

Predator Gains Japanese Armor with New Prime 1 Studio Statue

Predator is at it again with a new bloody and badass statue from Prime 1 Studio. This time though, we are getting a different Predator from a different era; Ancient Japan. This Sengoku version of the iconic alien hunter is beautifully crafted and packed with detail. It also opens up a new idea of Predators' […]

Alan Moore Calls Resident Alien 'A Pitch Perfect Narrative' – Will You Agree?

Alan Moore called it "a pitch-perfect narrative from two of my favourite creators." Jeff Lemire called it "One of the most charming and wonderful comics being published today." But hardly anyone reads it. That is going to change, fast. Resident Alien by Tom Strong's Peter Hogan and BoJeffries Saga's Steve Parkhouse is published by Dark Horse […]

Toss a Coin to These New Witcher Statues From Dark Horse 

Toss a Coin to These New Witcher Statues From Dark Horse 

The Witcher is back to slay some monsters and save the kingdom once again. Geralt has returned once again and this time he is featuring his Grandmaster armor. As featured in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, we get an amazingly detailed statue as if they lifted it straight off your screens. Not only that but he is […]


Umbrella Academy's Spaceboy Gets a New Statue from Dark Horse

"Umbrella Academy" Spaceboy Gets a New Statue from Dark Horse

The Umbrella Academy isn't as popular as it was when the show hit Netflix last year. The clock is ticking though because once season 2 drops their comics, Funko's, and collectibles could be in high demand. However, this collectible is perfect for those fans who have been on the Umbrella Academy train since the beginning […]


One More Notch: The Fourth Power & Others [Reviews]

Another month, another couple first issues, plus a big European collection roundup. In this case, the big European collection is Humanoids reissuing Metabarons artist Juan Giménez's solo collection called The Fourth Power. Sera And The Royal Stars issue one by Jon Tsuei, Audrey Mok, Raúl Angulo, Jim Campbell, and Tim Daniel: A Persian-influenced swords and […]


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"The Umbrella Academy: Hotel Oblivion #7" A New Threat Rises (Review)

The world's greatest super-hero comic book rock opera continues its third major volume of adventures with a major show-down occurring between The Umbrella Academy and Doctor Terminal on the streets of The City. And that's just the beginning of the trouble for the Hargreeve's kids. A ton of super-powered villains have crawled out of the […]

Gerard Way's "The Umbrella Academy" to Become a Card Game

Gerard Way's "The Umbrella Academy" to Become a Card Game

Gerard Way and Gabriel Bá's The Umbrella Academy series is getting a card game adaptation from Studio71, who have entered into a partnership with Dark Horse Comics for the project. The card game will be launched on Kickstarter in early 2020, which is just a year after the Netflix adaptation. That said, the game will be […]

'Wyrd' #3 Causes a Sharp Appreciation of Other Comics

'Wyrd' #3 Causes a Sharp Appreciation of Other Comics

I can honestly say that I am relieved that Wyrd is ending next month. It's either a convoluted mess of a title, or I somehow hit my head right before reading every issue. At least it's consistent. Curt Pires and Antonio Fuso set out to deliver a story about a super-spy who cannot die. Pitor […]

'Aliens: Resistance' #4 Explores the Nuclear Option

'Aliens: Resistance' #4 Explores the Nuclear Option

Zula Hendricks and Amanda Ripley have tracked a colony ship to a jungle moon that the Weyland-Yutani corporation has been using to test a new generation of genetically modified xenomorphs. The two women are pretty adept at surviving the monsters, but this issue of Aliens: Resistance does a pretty phenomenal job of showing the stakes […]

Mignola Says Goodbye (and Thanks) After 15 years of B.P.R.D.

Mignola Says Goodbye (and Thanks) After 15 years of B.P.R.D. (SPOILERS)

B.P.R.D.: The Devil You Know #15 hit comics retailers today, marking the very last issue of the series, and in a way, the entire Hellboy universe. Mike Mignola took to Twitter to commemorate the occasion, thanking the many writers, illustrators, colorists, letterers, and editors that have contributed to the series over the last 15 years: […]


'The Witcher; of Flesh and Flame' Finally Sputters to Life (REVIEW)

We've been pretty hard on The Witcher: of Flesh and Flame, Dark Horse Comics' latest offering from the venerable fantasy franchise in conjunction with CD Projekt Red. Our harsh criticism was duly earned, and we'll stand by that. It would be easy to cash in on a property as popular as The Witcher series without […]

Uneven Art Nearly Upends Compelling 'Wyrd' (REVIEW)

Take one unbreakable investigator, mix in a dose super-human menace, and add just a dash of  international intrigue, and you get Wyrd, a brand-new paranormal series from Dark Horse Comics. Pitor Wyrd is a hard-drinking, hard-living problem solver for hire- whenever the United States government runs into a situation that can't be resolved through traditional […]


Ripley and Hendricks team up for Alien: Resistance from Dark Horse (REVIEW)

Amanda Ripley and Zula Hendricks join forces to take down the Weyland-Yutani corporation in the ambitious Aliens: Resistance from Dark Horse Comics. Aliens: Resistance marks an interesting team-up for the franchise, as Amanda has thus-far been delegated to act as a placeholder for her mother Ellen in the 2014 video game, Alien: Isolation. Zula Hendricks has […]

Mads Mikkelsen in Polar

'Polar' Trailer Reveals Mads Mikkelsen's Ice Cold Veins

Mads Mikkelsen does his best John Wick impression for his latest Netflix film, Polar. Based on the 2012 Victor Santos webcomic of the same name published by Dark Horse Comics, Mikkelsen plays Duncan Vizla, an internationally renowned assassin coming out of retirement to seek revenge against his former employer, who placed a hit on him. […]