Posts tagged Dark Horse
Comixology hinted at it last week, but now it’s officially here: Dark Horse makes its digital comics debut on Comixology at last! Today Comixology has proudly announced a digital distribution agreement with Dark Horse Comics, the largest independent comic book publisher, to bring their full digital catalog of collections, graphic novels, and manga to comiXology’s platform! Now, all Dark Horse Comics collections, graphic novels, and manga will be available on comiXology the same day the print versions arrive in bookstores.
“We are very excited to announce that we have reached an agreement which brings the Dark Horse catalogue found in the Kindle More >
While Comixology has quickly grown to be the top digital comic service online or in app form, hosting both Marvel and DC’s massive catalog amongst thousands of indie comics, they do lack a few titles. Publishers like Dynamite and Dark Horse have went their own route, with Dark Horse holding their own digital comic service and app to keep things away from Comixology. But that could all change very soon. A few short hours ago Comixology tweeted an ominous post that simply said “Coming Soon.” and featured a video of Mike Mignola’s Hellboy looking down at a ticking wrist watch with the date More >
In a rush of great public resistance to an oppressive and excessive government, a homegrown militia movement is formed in rural America. This is not 2015, but 1775. With the war for independence playing out across the colonies, young Seth and Mercy Abbott find their new marriage tested at every turn, as the demands of the frontlines and the home front collide. This is Rebels, a new Dark Horse comic series from creator Brian Wood and artists Andrea Mutti and jordie Bellaire. It looks to be yet another stunning title from Wood, with a nice historical fiction twist to add More >
Writer Paul Tobin (The Witcher, Adventure Time: The Flip Side) and artist Juan Ferreyra (Rex Mundi, Falling Skies) are back for yet another of the dark and twisted horror series, Colder! While the team is also working on Prometheus: Fire and Stone for Dark Horse, this type of horror adventure gets much more in your head and doesn’t really let go with the stunning and nightmarish imagery provided in Colder. In the series’ newest volume, entitled The Bad Seed, life goes on for protagonist Declan Thomas after his deadly encounter with the psychotic Nimble Jack. Yet the story hasn’t truly calmed, More >
Rose City Comic Con is coming up quick, starting this Saturday at the Oregon Convention Center, in Portland, OR. That means it’s time to plan out your schedule for the show; know what comics to bring; who will sign them; where, when, etc. To make that a bit easier for you, one of the Oregon local publishers has provided a list of their grand involvement in the two day comic con, and you can see it below. Considering Rose City Comic Con is right in Dark Horse’s backyard, it should be no real shock that the comic company is coming on More >
In Sin City there should only be red banded, rated ‘R’ trailers. But we don’t live in Sin City, we just watch and read about it. Thankfully, the great guys behind the upcoming sequel brought a slightly more adult, red banded trailer of the film to San Diego Comic Con. Once again based off the classic works of Frank Miller, Sin City 2 is co-directed by Miller and Robert Rodriguez. The movie, entitled A Dame To Kill For (after Miller’s second mini-series in the Sin City universe), is slated for release August 22nd. The trailer below is probably NOT SAFE More >
Some of you might have seen USA Today announce Chuck Palahniuk doing a sequel to Fight Club yesterday. Yes, the character of Tyler Durden (who was portrayed by Brad Pitt in a film based on Palahniuk’s most iconic novel) will be returning…but not to the traditional prose we first met him in. No, this sequel is going to be found in sequential art. Dark Horse is bringing Palahniuk’s writing to the comic book pages for a 10-issue mini-series sequel to Fight Club. Illustrated by Cameron Stewart and David Mack, the new series will debut in May of 2015. It follows More >
Dark Horse has let loose their list of awesome an exclusives, panels, and signings for this year’s San Diego Comic Con, but one bit remains a mystery. While you can pick up all kinds of cool items at their booth, #2615, and meet all sorts of well known creators…one special guest’s name is hidden from view until Tuesday July 22nd. It’s a teasing mystery that instantly draws my attention, but with no answer in sight for some days let’s focus on what we do know.
As per usual, Dark Horse has a rather amazing store filled with their awesome products at More >
Tomorrow is Free Comic Book Day, perhaps one of the greatest days of the year for comic book fans. This year there will be a lot of incredible offerings for FCBD, but we might not all be able to grab every single one of the books. So if you have to choose, we thought we’d give you a quick review guide of some of the cooler and more popular titles available in stores tomorrow.
Street Fighter #0
This one is a new Capcom themed offering from the beloved Udon Entertainment, a company known for its stunning Asian influenced art. Later this year More >
Dark Horse has always produced some wonderful licensed series tie-ins from comics to art books to even models. Recently, one of my favorite of these releases was the Avatar: The Last Airbender and Avatar: The Legend of Korra art books. Done in a beautiful oversized hardcover, these books provided a great behind the scenes look at the series with never before seen art and commentary from the crew that created such a wonderful cartoon. But now Dark Horse has obtained the right to publish another, similar style art book based on another very popular cartoon: Venture Bros!
First rumored at last More >