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If you are a Witcher 3: Wild Hunt fan, you are gonna flip when you see this Leshen statue from Dark Horse Direct and CD Projekt Red.
I recently came across Green River Killer: A True Detective Story from Dark Horse, and it really grabbed me from the first panel. Highly recommended even with the higher-than-average price tag!
Marvel and DC aren’t the only publishers making comic books. Stephen Schleicher (Major Spoilers, Critical Hit), returns to the podcast to break down our favorite Indie Comics!
Kratos, the God of War, has fought the Greek gods to a standstill and has found a new life in a new land. But can a one-time weapon of the gods ever truly find peace, or will there always be new battles to fight? God of War #1 is out November 14th from Dark Horse Comics.
I was intrigued recently when I read a news release posted here at MajorSpoilers about Dark Horse partnering with Vanguard Visionary Associates. Now, it’s not unusual for American companies to accept funding from overseas companies—Valiant Entertainment has done that, for example.
It does show that the industry is always looking for more money so they can offset those not-so-great comics while they work on selling more successful ones!
Dark Horse Entertainment, L.L.C. and Vanguard Visionary Associates are proud to announce their new partnership to grow the Dark Horse brand internationally in both its media and pop culture businesses.
Dark Horse Comics and CD Projekt Red are expanding the world of The Witcher in The Witcher: Of Flesh and Flame, a new miniseries that arrives in December.
Dark Horse Comics has announced the original, unproduced script for Alien 3 is finding new life at the comic book publisher when it adapts Gibson’s work into a limited series.
Dark Horse Books and BioWare are proud to announce a new publishing program that delves into the world of the Anthem with an art book and comics series!
Not every artist can write well, but in Episode 337, I talk with Gene Ha, an accomplished artist who is doing an excellent job with both the writing and art on Mae.
I rarely talk about Diamond two weeks in a row, but I came across a story indicating that, like Marvel and Image, DC is pulling their part of the Previews out of that monthly publication some of us refer to as “the phone book” because of its immense size.
Dark Horse Comics has announced a new Lara Croft series coming our way that takes…
Dark Horse Comics is proud to announce the promotion of four editorial staff members!