In honor of our partnership with Vanguard Visionary Associates, Dark Horse Comics is proud to present Jia and the Nian Monster.
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Dark Horse Comics is proud to announce Best Wishes, an original graphic novel from Dark Horse founder and acclaimed writer Mike Richardson and Eisner Award–winning writer/artist Paul Chadwick.
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Dark Horse Comics announces Echoes by Mike Richardson and Gabriel Guzman, that asks the question, “To stop a murder, would you become a murderer?” Troubled pilot Fred Martin is caught in a bizarre storm and loses control of his aircraft. Martin awakens unharmed, only to discover that he is thirty years in the past with the impossible opportunity to right the wrong that ruined his future. But to prevent murder, will he commit murder? Echoes is scheduled to arrive in stores on November 23, 2016, and has a cover price of $14.99. via Dark Horse Comics
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By Joe Johnson Dark Horse publicist Steve Sunu hosted a panel with a variety of creators at New York Comic Con on Friday, dropping a large amount of information to the attentive, gathered crowd. Alongside Sunu were creators Brian Wood and Matt Kindt, as well as editor Dave Marshall. Opening with a quick overview of… Read more »
NYCC ’15: Dark Horse Declassifies James Cameron’s Avatar And Legends of Korra
Dark Horse Comics is proud to announce today ahead of New York Comic Con 2015, that the library of Mœbius, one of the most influential and respected artists in the history of comics and cartooning, will arrive on store shelves in a lavish series of hardcover volumes, making his work available in this format for… Read more »
NYCC ’15: Dark Horse Announces The Moebius Library
On Friday, September 11th, Dark Horse announced the news via Entertainment Weekly that Scott Allie had stepped away from the role of Editor-in-Chief for the publisher, and that former Senior Editor Dave Marshall had been promoted into that role. Allie’s newly defined role at the company was described as Senior Executive Editor and some other… Read more »
Discussions With Scott Allie: On Stepping Away From Being EIC, The Craft Of Editing, And His Ongoing Projects At Dark Horse
Larry Marder, comic book creator of Beanworld, with a long history across the comic book industry (and dubbed the Nexus of all comic book realities) has a new comic out for San Diego Comic Con. Even if he had to break his deal with Mike Richardson of Dark Horse to do it. Because Richardson has the rights to publish… Read more »
SDCC ’15: When Larry Marder Broke His Publishing Contract
With the success of several Dark Horse Comic properties on television, it was only a matter of time before Dark Horse Entertainment signed a deal with a network to get more books to the small screen. Dark Horse Comics and Universal Cable have closed a deal that will allow the cable provider a chance to […]
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Press Release Dynamite Entertainment and Dark Horse Comics are proud to announce that Red Sonja, the fearless She-Devil with a Sword, and the legendary adventurer Conan the Barbarian will team up once again in an all-new comic book miniseries, Red Sonja / Conan. Following upon the success of the Conan / Red Sonja crossover released […]
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Dark Horse Presents #6, arriving in shops on January 21st, promises to be a bumper issue, with the debut of Matt Kindt and Scott Kolins’ Pastaways, as well as the work of Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray, Alex de Campi, and more. This was to have been Mike Richardson’s introductory essay about the artist Jack Davis. It was particularly timely,… Read more »
Advance Look: Mike Richardson’s Essay On Jack Davis’ Retirement From Dark Horse Presents #6