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A Stained Glass World Darker Than Hell: Veil Vol. 1 From Dark Horse

A Stained Glass World Darker Than Hell: Veil Vol. 1 From Dark Horse

When I heard that Veil was announced at New York Comic Con about 18 months ago, I was particularly interested to see the comic, and when it arrived, I managed to pick up the first two issues before being side-tracked by the sheer heft of comics being published now and hesitating about which titles to[...]


Twisted Powers In Veil #2 From Dark Horse

Twisted Powers In Veil #2 From Dark Horse

By Dylan Gonzales[*Warning: Spoilers]My initial impressions of Greg Rucka’s first issue of Veil from Dark Horse were mixed.  There was nothing inherently wrong with it.  A girl wakes up in the subway with no idea who she is and displays awesome powers.  Powers suggesting that there was clearly something bigger at work.  The story was[...]


Orbiting Around Moon Knight Magneto The Auteur Starlight Veil And More

Orbiting Around Moon Knight, Magneto, The Auteur, Starlight, Veil, And More

They say:This week, we go even deeper Moon Knight #1, take vengence with Magneto #1, frame the shot with The Auteur #1, swash buckles with Starlight #1, get uncovered with Veil #1, and much more!Follow us on Twitter:The Podcast – @theorbitingpodChris – @popculturehoundAdam – @thsheridansOr be our friend on Facebook!…and remember to subscribe on iTunes![...]

Pop Culture Hounding Greg Rucka

Pop Culture Hounding Greg Rucka

By Chris Thompson[audio:http://popculturehound.net/podcast/PCHPodcastEpisode78.mp3]Following on from last episode with The Bunker‘s Joshua Hale Fialkov (which you can still listen to here) – this week I catch up with the incredibly talented writer Greg Rucka (Whiteout, Queen & Country, Lazarus) about his new series Veil, which is out now from Dark Horse Comics!Greg & I chat about[...]

Maxxs Super Awesome Comic Review Show &#8211 From Magneto To The Walking Dead

Maxx's Super Awesome Comic Review Show – From Magneto To The Walking Dead

They take on a huge range of comics this week, including trade deluxe editions and omnibus editions--kudos for including those, guys!Books covered in this episode are:Marvel Comics: Magneto #1 BOOM! Studios: Evil Empire #1 DC Comics: Forever Evil #6 DC Comics: Batman Superman Annual #1 Dark Horse Comics: Veil #1 Image Comics: Starlight #1 Marvel Comics: Moon Knight #1 Image Comics: Velvet[...]

Forty-Three Thoughts About Forty-Three  Comics &#8211 Veil Darkness New Warriors Nova Tales Of Honor Action Comics Uncanny X-Men Phantom Stranger Moon Knight Wolverine &#038 The X-Men Wild Blue Yonder Sinister Dexter Gate-Way Rogue Trooper She-Hulk Loki The Movement Arkham War Earth 2 Batwing Green Lantern Adventure Time Evil Empire Wild Blue Yonder Suicide Risk Garfield Day Men Shadow Now Twilight Zone Bad Blood Terminator Lobster Johnson Grindhouse Victories Catalyst Comix Apocalypse Al Drumhellar Clone Evil Empire Revival Saviors Velvet And Secret

A Comic Show &#8211 Moon Knight Is Hawkeye For Crazy People

A Comic Show – Moon Knight Is Hawkeye For Crazy People!

I remember to tell people about the Walking Dead volume 20, but forget to mention Dark Horse's Veil #1 by Rucka I'll cover that book next week I do review several other titles, but you'll have to watch the video to find out what. By Aaron Haaland[youtube]http://youtu.be/JmMVmoSi3MA[/youtube]Aaron Haaland, owner of A Comic Shop in Orlando[...]


More Information On Greg Ruckas New Dark Horse Series Veil

More Information On Greg Rucka's New Dark Horse Series Veil

Rich gave us this yesterday, but now we have the official word from Dark Horse that Greg Rucka will be brining his latest heroine to the publisher in the new series Veil.The story opens when a beautiful girl wakes up in an abandoned subway station with no memory of how she got there When men try to[...]