Life as a teenager can be rough – especially if your nerd dad has a YouTube channel and a series of popular pop culture podcasts. But for Cleo, I think she has it a lot tougher when she discovers her dad is an alien.
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Dark Horse Comics has announced it will release Last Stop on the Red Line, a supernatural crime thriller from writer Paul Maybury and artist Sam Loth, will arrive in May.
Hellboy has a lot to celebrate in 2019 – it is the 25th anniversary of…
Star Wars Rebels was a fantastic show that I don’t think audiences gave a lot…
Dark Horse Comics will publish Hellboy: The Art of the Motion Picture, a gorgeously designed hardcover book that showcases concept art and set photography to offer a behind-the-scenes look at one of the most highly anticipated films of 2019.
The secret of Hotel Oblivion is revealed, but there’s still more mysteries in play… Your Major Spoilers review of Umbrella Academy: Hotel Oblivion #5 awaits!
Beasts of Burden has been a favorite among many of the staff a Major Spoilers, so we are really happy to hear that the series will return in May in Beasts of Burden: The Presence of Others from writer Evan Dorkin, and artist Jill Thompson.
Hellboy is 25 years old this year, and Dark Horse is celebrating by releasing a…
This week, we visit the Grass Kingdom and meet the Grass Kings! We also review The Green Lantern #4, Die #3, Sword Daughter #6, and The Bundy Tapes on Netflix. Plus, creepy fast food mascots!
2199 will be Earth’s final year—unless the voyage of Space Battleship Yamato can succeed, and you can follow their mission as it begins with volume 1 of Star Blazers: Space Battleship Yamato 2199, coming to Dark Horse July 2019!
Dark Horse Comics sent Major Spoilers the cover images and solicitation information for titles arriving in April 2019.
Dark Horse has landed a number of Disney projects over the last couple of months, and now adds The Lion King to the upcoming Disney adaptation lineup.
Dark Horse and Berger Books have announced She Could Fly: The Lost Pilot, the sequel to She Could Fly by Christopher Cantwell, and Martin Morazzo.