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Kevin Panetta and Paulina Ganucheau share their love for magical girls and ensemble casts when "Zodiac Starforce" makes its move from online to print.
This December, Dark Horse will release Makoto Yukimura's fantastic sci-fi manga "Planetes" as an omnibus, returning the acclaimed series to print.
Writer Scott Allie & legendary artist Kevin Nowlan discuss bringing Hellboy to "Abe Sapien" #23 and what the artist's Mignolaverse future holds.
Chuck Palahniuk, Cameron Stewart and David Mack broke a cardinal rule in discussing the secrets of the comic book sequel to the acclaimed novel and movie.
The return of "Barb Wire," new series "Zodiac Starforce" and creations from Scott Kolins and Aaron Lopresti are on the way from Dark Horse.
Ryan K. Lindsay discusses how his & Owen Gieni's new book explores the power of emotion, and how corporations want to sell your feelings.
"The Goon" creator Eric Powell's all-ages monster tale returns with Stephanie Buscema illustrating a story of "The World's Worst Face."
Writer Paul Tobin tells CBR about the new "Plants vs. Zombies" ongoing series from Dark Horse, the video game's transition to a new format and more.
Eisner-winner Stan Sakai talks with CBR News about returning to his famed 17th Century rabbit samurai after a two-year hiatus.
The WWI vampire hunter fights his shadowy arch-nemesis in a series that opens "Baltimore" up to a horrific future.
Geralt's perilous journey continues on the high seas in Dark Horse Comics' "The Witcher: Fox Children" #1 by Paul Tobin & Joe Querio.
De Campi, Ruiz & Koslowski's "Archie Vs. Predator" "takes a huge risk and it pays off incredibly well, resulting in a satisfying teen comedy horror story."
Rafael Albuquerque and Mike Johnson's "EI8HT" #2 has a "rougher, grungy style... well-suited to this story."
Eric Heisserer and Felipe Massafera's "Shaper" #1 "benefits from great characterization."
Check out an exclusive look at Dark Horse's "Angel & Faith" #13 by Victor Gischler & Will Conrad, in which the heroes unite to save Fred.
Horror aficionado and "Hellboy" creator, Mike Mignola, has a new horror mini-series from Dark Horse Comics in "Baltimore: The Cult of the Red King" #1.
Jeff Lemire & Dean Ormston bring their new superhero take to Dark Horse while the popular mobile game infects comic shops this June.
The plot thickens as another femme fatale comes after housewife/assassin Josie in Dark Horse' "Lady Killer" #4 by Joelle Jones & Jamie S. Rich.
Brian Wood & Andrea Mutti travel back to 1775 America to tell the story of a militia movement during the war for independence in Dark Horse's "Rebels."
Brian Wood and Andrea Mutti's "Rebels" #1 "is a good comic book full of solid characterization and beautiful art."
Change affects convention center and six nearby lots! A look at Dark Horse's manga line! Chip Zdarsky talks "Howard the Duck" and more1
Announcing her retirement from Dark Horse, editor Diana Schutz spoke exclusively with CBR about her career, her decision and her future.
Francesco Francavilla proves there's no rule against illustrating Fight Club with this cover for Issue #2 of Chuck Palahniuk and Cameron Stewart's series.
Creator Ricardo Delgado's prehistoric tales of savagery and beauty return in June with "Age of Reptiles: Ancient Egyptians."
Dean Motter's Mister X continues his new journey in "Razed" #2 from Dark Horse, in which a skyscraper is kidnapped... and held for ransom?
Is one of the Scooby gang responsible for the murders Buffy's investigating? Christos Gage, Nicholas Brendon and Megan Levins aren't telling...
Though Kindt and Kolins "introduce a 'Challengers of the Unknown' vibe" in "Past Aways" #1, "the heart in this first issue is missing."
"Ei8ht" #1 has sold out at the distributor level, which means a new printing -- and CBR has the first look at Albuquerque's variant cover.
"Dean Motter's franchise hasn't lost any of its edge" in Dark Horse Comics' "Mister X: Razed" #1.
"American Vampire" artist Rafael Albuquerque, explores new dimensions in the second installment of "Ei8ht" from Dark Horse, on sale March 18.
Dark Horse Comics will release a new kind of time travel series when Matt Kindt and Scott Kolins join forces for "Past Aways" on March 25.
Osamu Tezuka's beloved creation gets 700-page collection in the fall! Scrutinizing Vertigo's direct market sales!
Rhianna Pratchett, writer of the 2013 "Tomb Raider" game, talks about handling Lara's comic book adventures, while sharing an look at the first chapter.
Donny Cates' "The Ghost Fleet," Fred Van Lente's "Resurrectionists" and Tim Seeley's "Sundowners" will all move online before getting print graphic novels.
The sequel to Chuck Palahniuk's acclaimed novel arrives in May, but the first six pages of the Cameron Stewart-illustrated series are online now.
Alex de Campi and Fernando Ruiz have teamed for a very unlikely crossover, and CBR has a look inside the first issue, scheduled out in April.
Dark Horse Comics and Rogue Ales celebrate Hellboy's 21st anniversary with Right Hand of Doom Red Ale, toasting Mike Mignola's creation.
Mignola and Stenbeck's "Frankenstein Underground" #1 creates a "realistic and tangible" monster despite an opening that's "a little fuzzy."
Mike Mignola, John Arcudi and James Harren take "B.P.R.D." #128 to the snowy mountainside to face a monster -- but will the team survive?
The Sundowners Support Group is on the run from the Chicago Police in Dark Horse Comics' "Sundowners" #7 by Tim Seeley and Jim Terry.