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Before he was a detective, he was just a golem. Mike Mignola, Christopher Golden & Patrick Reynolds peel back 500 years of history at Dark Horse.
The search for the Drowning City's missing kids leads to a bigger mystery in Mike Mignola, Christopher Golden & Patrick Reynolds' "Joe Golem" #3.
Mike Mignola & Christopher Golden's Joe Golem moves from prose to comics this fall, and here's the first look at Dave Palumbo's cover to #2.
In the finale of Chris Roberson and Patric Reynolds' "Aliens: Fire and Stone," discoveries are made as aliens close in -- here's a peek inside.
Chris Roberson and Patric Reynolds ratchet up the tension in this exclusive preview for "Aliens: Fire and Stone" #2.
Chris Roberson & Patric Reynolds' "Aliens: Fire and Stone" #1 brings readers to planet LV-426 as the colonists try to dodge the violent creatures.
Ariel Olivetti, Chris Mooneyham and Patric Reynolds are all illustrating "Aliens" and "Predator" projects for Dark Horse, and CBR has an exclusive look at interior pages.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Let Me In: Crossroads" #2, Marc Andreyko and Patric Reynolds' prequel to the upcoming horror film. The issue hits January 12 with a Sean Phillips cover.
CBR News spoke with Patric Reynolds about creating his haunting artwork for "Let Me In: Crossroads," which expands upon the recent film with earlier episodes in child vampire Abby's life.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Let Me In: Crossroads" #1, the movie prelude by writer Marc Andreyko and artist Patric Reynolds with a Sean Phillips cover. The series hits December 8.
Writer Marc Andreyko and artist Patric Reynolds spoke about "Let Me In: Crossroads," the December-shipping miniseries tying in with the film, fleshing out the lives of the eerie child vampire Abby and her caretaker.
Swedish vampire love story "Let the Right One In" is coming to comics, courtesy of Dark Horse, as "Let Me In," reflecting the upcoming American film's title. Scott Allie spoke with CBR about the announcement.
Actor-comedian Patton Oswalt spoke with CBR about his Dark Horse one-shot, "Serenity: Float Out," eulogizing the popular character Wash from Joss Whedon's "Firefly" through the eyes of three friends.