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Grindhouse: Doors Open at Midnight Double Feature vol. 2 Review Roundup

11/26/2014 3:00pm
Back for more, eh? We knew you couldn’t stay away! Line on up for a sick and twisted Grindhouse double feature of “Bride of Blood” and “Flesh Feast of the Devil Doll”! Don’t miss a lick of the thrills, starting at midnight! Read more...

Manga Monday: Samurai Double Feature!

05/12/2014 3:19pm
It's safe to say that Dark Horse knows the way of the samurai. You might have heard that Mike Richardson and Stan Sakai's graphic novel depicting the true story (as opposed to the Hollywood film) of the 47 Ronin is one of the titles nominated this year for Best Limited Series at the Eisner Awards (actually, it was one of the three Dark Horse titles nominated in that category, together with The Black Beetle: No Way Out and Colder!). Read more...

No Foolish Heroics, Please.

05/02/2013 1:00pm
I’m so excited to be working on superhero comics for Dark Horse. As the very name of the company implies . . . these superheroes ain’t no boy scouts in spandex. They’re a high-octane blend of the damaged, quixotic heroes of pulp and detective fiction and the do-gooders in capes from the Golden and Silver Ages. Read more...

Dragon Age: The World of Thedas Sells Out!

05/02/2013 11:43am
Following the same pattern as other stunning Dark Horse art books, Diamond Comics and many retailers around the country are now sold out of the critically acclaimed Dragon Age: The World of Thedas Volume 1, from the writers and artists of the Dragon Age games. Read more...

An Interview with JP Kalonji - Creator of Ningen's Nightmares

04/23/2013 2:48pm
JP Kalonji's new book 'Ningen's Nightmare' hits shelves tomorrow and we sat down with the creator to talk about his artwork and how his process changed from his previous book to accommodate the new style. Read more...

An Interview with House of Gold and Bones creator Corey Taylor

04/11/2013 3:08pm
Stone Sour and Slipknot's Corey Taylor turns Nightmare to reality! House of Gold and Bones #1 hits comic shop shelves next Wednesday April 17th. He took a little time out of his busy schedule to answer a few questions. Read more...

The First of The Last of Us

04/04/2013 1:00pm
American Dreams gives readers exactly that. It’s an exciting and moving story on its own, but it’s also an introduction to the world of the quarantine zone where Ellie is growing up and the war-torn expanse beyond its walls, and to the Firefly resistance fighters and the tragic Infected who populate it. Read more...

House of Gold and Bones - HorsePower April 2013 by Corey Taylor

04/02/2013 12:07pm
I came across my first comic book when I was five years old. It was a crusty, beat-up Spider-Man comic from the seventies; the cover was torn, the spine was a joke, and the pages were so yellow you’d have thought someone was chain-smoking around the thing. It was more pulp than fiction, really. But I was officially hooked. Read more...

Blade of the Immortal - Manga Month

03/22/2013 12:00pm
It’s rare to receive praise from our licensors. Ultimately, we’re a licensee that makes a contract for something that people love here, but generally, the breadth of distribution and the amount of sales in the US aren’t comparable to those in Japan. The processes involved are fairly routine—we have contract templates with most of the publishers we work with—and all too often, it seems as if it’s a very “assembly line” process, in terms of acquiring the rights, creating the book, sending approvals, selling the book, and sending the royalty check. Read more...

Hyrule Historia: An Answer to the Call for Zelda Canon - Guest Blog by Ingrid Wolf

01/29/2013 9:58am
Historia includes the complete history and making of the series, including concept art never before released. Zelda fans will enjoy reading about the familiar faces and places they love, as well as the unfamiliar ones they’ve never known. Yet perhaps the most anticipated feature of Historia is the timeline section, which reveals the official chronology of the series—a topic under much heated debate. What truths will be revealed, what arguments put to rest? Whatever happens, Historia is bound to inspire lengthy, enthusiastic discussion among Zelda fans, not to mention new material. Read more...
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