Dark Horse Comics
PRESS RELEASE: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, created by CD Projekt RED, was the most popular and critically acclaimed video game of 2015. The hit game is based on the best-selling fantasy novel series by Andrzej Sapkowski.
Press Release: Evan Dorkin (Eltingville Club, Milk and Cheese), Sarah Dyer (The Dark Horse Book of Monsters) and Jill Thompson (Scary Godmother) return to the characters that won them the Eisner Awards for Best Short Story and Best Publication for Teens with a new one-shot comic: Beasts of Burden: What the Cat Dragged In!
Dark Horse Comics has announced it is collecting the art of Jonathan Case’s “Dear Creature” as a hardcover in September.
More than a month removed from Christmas, Major Spoilers takes a look at Grant Morrison’s take on the Yuletide mainstay, Santa Claus. As the series continues, will it keep that old Christmas magic alive, or is the issue a holiday humbug? Unwrap the review after the jump!
It looks like a new version of DOOM is coming our way in May, and Dark Horse Comics is collecting some of id Software’s best art in a new tome.
On February 11th, Predator: Life and Death #1 arrives in stores from Dark Horse Comics. Take the jump for an early look at the issue by Dan Abnett and Brian Thies.
Last week, the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) committee published their much-anticipated 2016 Great Graphic Novels for Teens list. Not surprisingly, given the tremendous success of Dark Horse’s 2015 publishing line, the publisher landed five titles on this year’s list!
2016 marks 30 years since Dark Horse Comics erupted onto the scene with their very first title, Dark Horse Presents. Since 1986, Dark Horse Presents has won multiple Eisner and Harvey Awards and launched some of comics’ greatest heroes.
Dark Horse is pleased to announce the promotion of Sarah Robertson to the role of director of sales. Effective immediately, Robertson will serve as the head of the Dark Horse Comics sales division.
This spring, Dark Horse Comics is set to publish a historical tale of horror from New York Times best-selling author Peter Tomasi (Batman and Robin, Green Lantern) and artist Ian Bertram (Bowery Boys).
This week the Dueling Review podcast examines Leaving Megalopolis Surviving Megalopolis #1. What works? What doesn’t work? And we answer the question, “Should you buy this book?”
Following the major success of previous manga omnibus editions, Dark Horse will deliver a new collected format of Neon Genesis Evangelion: The Shinji Ikari Raising Project in summer 2016.