Category: Dark Horse

Review - PREDATOR VS. JUDGE DREDD VS. ALIENS #1

Review – PREDATOR VS. JUDGE DREDD VS. ALIENS #1

Dark Horse and IDW team up to bring three of their most popular licenses together in what is sure to be an entertaining comic book triple threat match.

Review: ‘Dept H #1’

Review: ‘Dept H #1’

Kindt attempts to strike gold again in familiar territory with another creator-owned property for Dark Horse in the form of Dept H.

Review: ‘Predator Life and Death’ #1

Review: ‘Predator Life and Death’ #1

Another crossover in the shared universe of Aliens, Prometheus and – of course – Predator starts soon. We have an advance look at the opening salvo.

Review: ‘King's Road’ #1

Review: ‘King’s Road’ #1

Many a fantasy adventure has gone sideways in comics for various reasons. Fortunately, King’s Road does not go down that path.

Review: Hellboy Winter Special 2016

Review: Hellboy Winter Special 2016

This one-shot anthology special starring Dark Horse’s most popular demonic paranormal investigator is a fun, breezy, and mostly effective primer for readers who may be new to the world of Hellboy and the BPRD.

Review: ‘Lone Wolf 2100’ #1

Review: ‘Lone Wolf 2100’ #1

Hollywood writer Eric Heisserer takes on a retelling of a retelling with excellent artistic backup in one of the first titles due next year.

Review: ‘Plants vs. Zombies Graphic Novel Box Set’

Review: ‘Plants vs. Zombies Graphic Novel Box Set’

We missed Halloween with this great set, but do we have a Christmas suggestion for you…!

Review - THE ROOK #1 / THE STEAM MAN #1

Review – THE ROOK #1 / THE STEAM MAN #1

Two new series launches out this week each pay tribute to the legendary sci-fi writer H.G. Wells in their own unique way.

Review: THE PAYBACKS #1

Review: THE PAYBACKS #1

Not even superheroes are immune to the consequences of debt in this clever and hilarious satire from Dark Horse.

Review: This Damned Band #1

Review: This Damned Band #1

A hedonistic rock band drifts uncomfortably close to the edge of the supernatural in Paul Cornell’s newest miniseries.

Review: Negative Space #1

Review: Negative Space #1

The fate of the world hangs upon the actions of a suicidal would-be writer in the first issue of this new ongoing series from Dark Horse.

Review: Archie vs. Predator #1 & 2

Review: Archie vs. Predator #1 & 2

A dream vacation turns into a nightmare for Archie and his pals as they run afoul of the iconic alien people-hunter in this fun and gory mash-up miniseries.

Review: 'Fight Club 2' #1

Review: ‘Fight Club 2’ #1

A special advanced look at the sequel to Chuck Palahniuk’s novel, published 19 years ago and released as a film 16 years ago that chronicles his most well-known characters 10 years later.

This Comic Reviewer Read 18 Comics from 10/8 and You Won’t Believe What He Has to Say

This Comic Reviewer Read 18 Comics from 10/8 and You Won’t Believe What He Has to Say

Kelly Harrass takes a look at 18 comics from the week of October 8th. He takes a look at Avengers, Batman, Sex Criminals, Blacksad, Amazing Spider-Man, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, and more!

Review: ‘Grendel vs. The Shadow #1’     

Review: ‘Grendel vs. The Shadow #1’     

Dynamite Entertainment and Dark Horse Comics have teamed up to bring together a pop culture icon and one of the most recognizable characters in comics. Click to see if the pairing works or if it goes out like the latest Sin City film.

Hidden Gems: 'Mind MGMT'

Hidden Gems: ‘Mind MGMT’

In ‘Mind MGMT’, Matt Kindt crafts a spy thriller with a superpowered twist. Meru tries to uncover the secrets behind an airplane full of people with amnesia, but what will she really find?

Review: "Shaolin Cowboy" #1

Review: “Shaolin Cowboy” #1

One of comics most influential modern creators returns with one of his most endearing characters. Find out of if the new “Shaolin Cowboy” is worth parting with your hard-earned money for.

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #40

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #40

Batman! Saga! Buddy Cops! Adventure Time! This week is pretty awesome for the funny books. Check out this week’s Retailer Privilege Comic Review and get in on the ground floor.

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #39

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #39

After a week off, Jared is back with Retailer Privilege Comic Review and there’s a lot of stories going on. Dive in and check out the video.

Review - Buddy Cops #1

Review – Buddy Cops #1

This one puts the “funny” back in “funny books, kids. Fresh from the pages of Dark Horse Presents, Uranus and T.A.Z.E.R. are the best duo in comics now that Robin is dead… Look, someone had to say it. I’m not sorry.

Review: The Black Beetle - No Way Out #1

Review: The Black Beetle – No Way Out #1

Francesco Francavilla tackles writing and art duties in the new pulp-inspired series from Dark Horse. From the fantastic designs to the fast-paced action, it’s everything you could ever want it to be.

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #28

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #28

The holiday season is in full swing. More Marvel Now! books including the most unlikely team-up book, Thunderbolts, Before Watchmen starts up again, a cool Image number one and Frank Castle is still fighting the Avengers in War Zone. It’s Retailer Privilege Comic Review!

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #26

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #26

New number 1s, sexy Catwoman lives, lots of horror books after Halloween and does The Hulk have robot pants or not? All these questions and more on this pre-Thanksgiving edition of Retailer Privilege Comic Review.

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #8

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #8

New week, new comics, new Retailer Privilege Comic Review. This week, we tighten up the show like Archie Bell & the Drells, but it’s still fun and full of the new books of the week. Watch now…

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #7

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #7

Retailer Privilege Comic Review is back after a week’s hiatus with this week’s comics. Before Watchmen, AVX, Star Wars, Adventure Time and more this week in funny books. Check it out.

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #4

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #4

This week in Retailer Privilege Comic Review, Jared talks gay marriages, Aquaman being awesome, America’s Got Powers being better than he thought and the evil that is Moff Tarkin. It’s another early look at books this week. Check it out.

C2E2 Panel News - Dark Horse Spring Fever!

C2E2 Panel News – Dark Horse Spring Fever!

Check out these great new offerings from Dark Horse Comics, announced at C2E2 2012! Gaming comics, new ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ series, ‘Battlepug’ in print, ‘Boba Fett is Dead’, and Tim Seeley’s new horror series.

Conan The Barbarian #1

Conan The Barbarian #1

The superstar team of Brian Wood and Becky Cloonan reunites to adapt one of the most popular Conan stories ever in the first issue of a brand new series starring everyone’s favorite Cimmerian.

Angel & Faith #1

Angel & Faith #1

Buffy’s Season Nine kicks off with a new series starring two fan-favorite characters. The original vampire with a soul and the rogue Slayer team up to tear down any Big Bads who get in their way.

Axe Cop: Bad Guy Earth #2 (of 3)

Axe Cop: Bad Guy Earth #2 (of 3)

Dimension-hopping portal guns, giant laser swords, and a battle between dinosaurs and aliens are just a few of the awesome events that occur in this issue. Yep, there’s pretty much nothing in this book that’s not to love.

Your Highness: Knight and Dazed

Your Highness: Knight and Dazed

This four-color prequel to the upcoming medieval stoner comedy is a decent introduction to the two main characters but comes up a little short as an actual comic book story.

Axe Cop: Bad Guy Earth #1 (of 3)

Axe Cop: Bad Guy Earth #1 (of 3)

To paraphrase Art Linklater and Bill Cosby, kids write the darndest comics. The popular webcomic gets the paper treatment from Dark Horse with this delightfully silly first issue.

BPRD Hell On Earth:  Gods #2 (of 3)

BPRD Hell On Earth: Gods #2 (of 3)

With the world coming to an end, the BPRD go searching for a would-be messiah.

Hellboy: The Sleeping  And The Dead #2 (of 2) & Witchfinder: Lost and Gone Forever #1 (of 5)

Hellboy: The Sleeping And The Dead #2 (of 2) & Witchfinder: Lost and Gone Forever #1 (of 5)

Two spooky “fish out of water” tales from Mignola and company.

Motel Art Improvement Service

Motel Art Improvement Service

52 weeks. 52 books from outside my comfort zone. Would I do it again? In a heartbeat!