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Dark Horse Editor-in-Chief Scott Allie looks back at Hellboy's 20th Anniversary and ahead to what's in store for Mike Mignola's creations in 2015.
Haunted by the death toll in Arizona, Abe makes a vow in Mike Mignola, Scott Allie and Sebastian Fiumara's "Abe Sapien" #13, on sale June 11.
As B.P.R.D. agent Abe Sapien goes AWOL, CBR News Spoke with writer and Dark Horse E-i-C Scott Allie and artist Michael Avon Oeming about the fish-man's journey to reclaim his past.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Abe Sapien: Dark and Terrible" #2 by Mike Mignola, Scott Allie and Sebastian Fiumara. Abe's world crashes down around him May 1.
B.P.R.D.'s favorite fishman headlines "Abe Sapien: Dark & Terrible" by the creative team of creator Mike Mignola, Scott Allie and Sebastian Fiumara. CBR has an exclusive preview of the first issue, on sale April 3.
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.
In April, Dark Horse will debut "Abe Sapien: The Dark and Terrible," by Mike Mignola, Scott Allie and Sebastian Fiumara, which follows the B.P.R.D. agent as a travels across America amid major changes to the Earth and his own anatomy.
With "The Culling" mini-event taking place this month, DC teases the lingering effects for "Superboy," "Teen Titans," "Legion Lost" and "Second Wave" title "The Ravagers."
In "Spider-Island: Deadly Hands of Kung Fu" Shang-Chi must unravel a mystery that could destroy New York City. CBR News spoke exclusively with writer Antony Johnston about the series.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Loki" #1, by Roberto Aguirre-Sacas and Sebastian Fiumara with covers by Fiumara and Travel Foreman. Thor's half-brother connives his way into stores on October 20.
Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and artist Sebastian Fiumara give readers a Shakespearean tragedy of godlike proportions when their miniseries "Loki" examines the events of Loki's life through another perspective.