Dark Horse’s newest noir miniseries continues on with issue #1. Hooray for zero issues! Starring a unique lead character, is this book a thriller or just plain filler? Hit the jump to enter the world of The Creep…
Dark Horse Comics sent Major Spoilers the cover images and solicitation information for titles arriving in December 2012.
There is a time period between the last episode of Avatar: The Last Airbender and the first episode of Avatar: The Legend of Korra that leaves room for a lot of stories and universe building to take place. We’ve already reviewed Avatar: The Last Airbender on the Major Spoilers Podcast, and it received generally favorable responses from the co-hosts. Sales of the book have been solid as well, and now Dark Horse Comics has announced that The Promise is getting a hardcover library edition that arrives in February 2013.
Dark Horse Comics announces plans to publish a comprehensive art book for BioShock® Infinite!
Dark Horse Comics has a number of Game of Thrones collectibles headed our way, and Tyrion fans should be very interested in the upcoming statue that captures Peter Dinklage’s likeness.
With the focus on one of the series’ nastiest villains, The Goon #41 takes a step away from the title’s humor and focuses on some pretty horrific stuff. In a title known for its unique brand of eccentricity, how does this approach hold up? Read on, faithful Spolierite!
The latest teaser indicates Dark Horse is going to ramp up its horror line this fall, that includes more issues of Creepy.
One of the favorite artists at Major Spoilers Francesco Francavilla. I originally got hooked on his Pulp Sunday blog where he would post all sorts of pulpy related art, including his original creation Black Beetle. Today, Mr. Francavilla has announced that Black Beetle is getting a mini-series that arrives in January 2013 from Dark Horse Comics.
Henry Lyme has been found! Does he really have all the answers we’ve been looking for? Find out in Major Spoilers review of MIND MGMT #4!
Dark Horse Comics sent Major Spoilers the cover images and solicitation information for titles arriving in November 2012.
The Creep #0 collects three episodes from the pages of Dark Horse Presents, setting the stage for a four issue miniseries starting in September. Is this issue so very special? Major Spoilers has the review.
Here is the creepiest teaser image to date, and it’s from Dark Horse Comics.
YOU’VE BEEN WARNED!