Graphic Audio and Recorded Books, two premier audio brands of industry leader RBmedia, have just inked a content publishing deal with legendary comic book publisher Dark Horse Comics.

As part of the agreement, Graphic Audio will publish several proprietary graphic novels by Dark Horse, while Recorded Books will publish audiobooks for several Dark Horse prose novels to be named soon.

“We are thrilled to be partnering with Dark Horse and to be entrusted to produce dramatized audio versions of their proprietary graphic novels such as “The Mask,” “X,” “Ghost,” and “Living with the Dead,” says Anji Cornette, Vice President of Graphic Audio. “We look forward to expanding the Dark Horse universe into audio over the next few years.”

Here’s a taste of what’s to come!

September 2021
“The Mask: I Pledge Allegiance to the Mask” by Christopher Cantwell and Patric Reynolds
“X Volume 1: Big Bad” by Duane Swierczynski and Eric Nguyen
November 2021
“Ghost: In the Smoke and Din” by Kelly Sue DeConnick (Captain Marvel), Phil Noto, Jenny Frison, Alex Ross
“Living with the Dead: A Zombie Bromance” by Mike Richardson (Dark Horse Founder and CEO) and Ben Stenbeck

Kari Torson, Director of International Licensing at Dark Horse, says,
“From film to tabletop role-playing games, Dark Horse is always looking for new ways for fans to experience the worlds our brilliant artists and writers create, and audiobooks offer such a unique opportunity in that regard. We’re thrilled to partner with Graphic Audio and Recorded Books to bring these classic Dark Horse heroes and villains to life.”

The titles will be available on Graphic Audio’s website store at and everywhere digital audiobooks are sold.

via Dark Horse Comics


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