For the first time in five years, legendary Hellboy creator Mike Mignola is both writing and illustrating a full-length comic book
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Mattel and Dark Horse Direct announced an exclusive line of high end, limited-edition lithograph prints of the comic covers for the Masters of the Universe: Revelation comic series.
He’s a comic icon for the last 30 years, but there’s still some controversy about…
With his sword Stormbringer, Elric must find his way through the unknown in this sneak peek of Elric: The Dreaming City #1 from Titan Comics.
Mike Mignola, Chris Roberson, Christopher Mitten, and Ben Stenbeck are back for another Hellboy adventure at Dark Horse Comics with the October release of Hellboy: The Silver Lantern Club.
This September, Dark Horse Comics will publish Hellboy and the B.P.R.D.: 1957—Family Ties, the first of a series of five suspense-filled, stand-alone and interconnected one-shots
Dark Horse Comics has announced it will publish the Hellboy Omnibus Collection Boxed Set that features all four Hellboy series trade paperback omnibuses.
Dark Horse Comics has announced Falconspeare, an original graphic novel of Victorian humor, horror, and mystery…
Years ago, when Dark Horse Comics released Rise of the Black Flame, I was particularly keen on Sarah Jewell and her companion Maria Therese. Now, Mike Mignola, Chris Roberson, Leila Del Duca and Michelle Madsen are teaming for The House of Lost Horizons.
The new adventures of Young Hellboy are here! Take the jump for a sneak peek of Young Hellboy: The Hidden Land #1 that lands in stores this week from Dark Horse Comics.
HELLBOY UNIVERSE: THE SECRET HISTORIES collects in hardcover for the first time three acclaimed stories that shed new light on the hidden corners of the Hellboy universe
What was Hellboy like as a child? You can find out in Young Hellboy: The Hidden Land from Dark Horse Comics. The four-issue mini-series arrives in February 2021.
Beginning in 2021, Dark Horse Books will publish four volumes of essential Hellboy Universe stories, all selected by Mike Mignola.
The Dark Knight is as hot as molten lava right now, and DC’s taking advantage of that by telling all kinds of stories with him. They’re even returning to black and white, a format they’ve used successfully in years past.