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Frank Miller failed to conquer Hollywood in 1990, but he did collaborate with some of the greatest talents in the comics industry.
Eisner-winner Geof Darrow talks his new "Shaolin Cowboy" miniseries at Dark Horse Comics, which he calls "basically a hundred pages of zombie carnage." Plus, exclusive art from the new series.
At C2E2, writer and artist Geof Darrow spoke with CBR News on the return of "The Shaolin Cowboy" in a new miniseries from Dark Horse Comics, debuting in October.
Artist Geof Darrow's fan favorite series brings a new installment to Dark Horse this October, and CBR News has the exclusive debut of his and Walt Simonson's covers for "Shaolin Cowboy" #1!
Comedian Brian Posehn brought madness to Marvel's "Deadpool" with zombie presidents in his first arc with co-writer Gerry Duggan, but his latest plans include drunk Iron Man and a 70s-style Deadpool.
Dark Horse has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Andrew Vachss's prose story from "Shaolin Cowboy Adventure Magazine" featuring illustrations by Shaolin Cowboy creator Geof Darrow! The TPB hits stores October 24.
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at Geof Darrow's variant cover for "Hit-Girl" #4 by Mark Millar and John Romita Jr. The adventures of Hit-Girl continues September 26.
Eric Powell, Sam Humphries, Stan Sakai and Geof Darrow were just some of the creators headlining Dark Horse's panel on creator-owned comics, discussing upcoming projects and their importance to the industry as a whole.
Geof Darrow spent some time candidly sharing stories from his long career in the comic and film industry, focusing on his friendships with the recently deceased Moebius and fellow comics legend Frank Miller.
Writer/artist Geoff Darrow's "Shaolin Cowboy" returns to comics in 2012 with a new series from publisher Dark Horse Comics.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR brings you a look at Geof Darrow's completed wraparound cover to "Conan the Cimmerian" #25, including line art! We've also got all the details from editor Philip Simon.