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CBR spoke with writer Scott Allie about Dark Horse's upcoming "Abe Sapien: Dark and Terrible" miniseries, created with Mike Mignola and Sebastian Fiumara, the awakening of Sapien and the impending end of the world.
CBR News spoke with "Sledgehammer 44" co-writer John Arcudi about the return of the Vril Energy Suit, the shaky line between magic & science and how the World War II story ties into Mike Mignola's "B.P.R.D." universe.
CBR News spoke with Slipknot and Stone Sour lead singer Corey Taylor and artist Richard P. Clark about "House of Gold and Bones," a Dark Horse miniseries and multi-media project bridging music and storytelling.
CBR News spoke recently with Rob Reger, creator of the iconic "Emily the Strange" about his upcoming miniseries with Dark Horse Comics and the connections between art and music.
CBR News spoke with writer Randy Stradley about the new Dark Horse miniseries "Star Wars: Dark Times - Fire Carrier," hope in dark places and exploring a universe without limitations.
Brian Wood doesn't sleep, he writes. January's "Star Wars" #1 marks his third Dark Horse ongoing and the busy writer spoke with CBR about his titles, utopian communities and... love stories?
Dark Horse editor Scott Allie spoke with CBR about upcoming changes to the "Willow - Wonderland" writing crew, the joys of giant monsters and the character's quest to bring magic back to the Buffyverse.
Eisner Award-winning artist Francesco Francavilla spoke with CBR News about writing and drawing the upcoming "The Black Beetle" miniseries at Dark Horse and his pulp fiction influences.
Writer Paul Tobin discusses hallucination and genre crossing in relation to his and artist Juan Ferreyra's new Dark Horse Comics miniseries "Colder," a horror title infused with some superhero tropes.
CBR spoke to Mike Norton & Dennis Hopeless about their Dark Horse miniseries, "The Answer!", developing the superhero mystery, their fear of self-help groups, and cynicism in comics.
"Wasteland" creator Antony Johnston spoke with CBR about the upcoming story arc, "Lost in the Ozone," artist Russel Roehling's character acting, and keeping faith in the wilderness.
Emerging from the pages of "Dark Horse Presents," CBR spoke with Robert Love & David Walker about "Number 13," a journey across a post-apocalyptic, mutant-ridden landscape with an existential android.
Joe Harris and Adam Polina launch the oversized "Wars in Toyland" at Oni Press next June. CBR spoke with Harris about imagining a landscape of broken toys and the tyranny of one ragged teddy bear.
Co-creators Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt will co-write "The Sixth Gun: Sons of a Gun" prequel which revives General Hume's fan-favorite henchmen. They spoke to CBR along with artist Brian Churilla.
Ben Acker and Ben Blacker pen the latest entry into Marvel's line of "Season One" graphic novels, looking at Wolverine's early days as a Canadian agent and his first confrontation with The Hulk.
Writer Cullen Bunn and artist Joëlle Jones spoke exclusively with CBR about their upcoming Oni Press series "Helheim," a tale pitting Viking warriors against warring witches and undead legions.
Writing partners Jimmy Palmmiotti and Justin Gray expound on "The Deep Sea," an adventure/murder mystery serial inspired by iconic explorers, featuring art by Tony Akins and debuting this week in the pages of "Dark Horse Presents."
CBR spoke with Eric Powell & Kyle Hotz about the third installment of their "Billy the Kid" series at Dark Horse, the nature of collaboration, and what Dracula wants with the Loch Ness Monster.
Writer Joshua Williamson and Dark Horse President Mike Richardson discuss the return and revamp of Golden Age hero Captain Midnight in the pages of "Dark Horse Presents."
CBR News spoke with Kelly Sue DeConnick about her reboot of Dark Horse Comics' "Ghost," bringing the series to Chicago and staking out spirits with Oregon Paranormal during her research process.