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Hellboy creator Mike Mignola and longtime editor Scott Allie met with fans at Comic-Con International to talk about what's next for the Beast of the Apocalypse. CBR News was there to hear the prophecy.
The editor behind such series as “Hellboy” and “Buffy Season 8,” Scott Allie shows off his writing in the dystopian “Exurbia,” an OGN debuting in October from Dark Horse. We spoke with Allie about the book.
On sale now, "The Goon" #32 marks the character's tenth anniversary. CBR News spoke with creator Eric Powell about the series' long history, with additional comments from editor Scott Allie on bringing the book to Dark Horse.
Dark Horse announced plans Friday afternoon for a second miniseries based on R.E. Howard's Solomon Kane. CBR News caught up with series writer and Dark Horse editor Scott Allie to discuss the project.
CBR begins a series of in-depth interviews with the Dark Horse editorial team with Senior Managing Editor Scott Allie, who is responsible for “Umbrella Academy,” “Buffy Season 8," the Mignola-verse and more.
We conclude our five-part CBR TV series with Gerard Way as the "Umrella Academy" creator discusses his close collaboration with Dark Horse editor Scott Allie and his growing confidence as a writer with "Dallas."
Inspired by the legend of a human-shaped stain in an asylum basement, Joshua Dysart & Ron Wimberly created for MySpace DHP a strip about their real-life experience in "one of of the most haunted places on earth."
Dark Horse editor Scott Allie talks to CBR TV about "Solomon Kane," the new series based on Robert E. Howard's puritanical anti-hero. In this exclusive interview Allie reveals why he was compelled to write the series himself.
Dark Horse editor Scott Allie and "Umbrella Academy" creator and My Chemical Romance band member Gerard Way board the CBR Yacht to discuss what fans can expect in the upcoming second UA series.
Hellboy creator Mike Mignola entertained questions from fans last Saturday at Comic-Con International in San Diego. He discussed the necessity for mystery in his stories, why the films follow a different story, and what's next for Hellboy.