Dark Horse Comics announces Echoes by Mike Richardson and Gabriel Guzman, that asks the question, “To stop a murder, would you become a murderer?”
With the success of several Dark Horse Comic properties on television, it was only a matter of time before Dark Horse Entertainment signed a deal with a network to get more books to the small screen.
Press Release Dynamite Entertainment and Dark Horse Comics are proud to announce that Red Sonja, the fearless She-Devil with a Sword, and the legendary adventurer Conan the Barbarian will team up once again in an all-new comic book miniseries, Red Sonja / Conan. Following upon the success of the Conan / Red Sonja crossover released in January 2015, the new launch welcomes celebrated author Victor Gischler as the series writer. Red Sonja / Conan will debut this summer with a #1 issue featuring cover artwork by Alex Ross, Ed Benes, and Roberto Castro.
Dark Horse Entertainment has announced that Mike Richardson will produce a television adaptation of the company’s Dark Matter series by Joseph Mallozzi and Paul Mullie.
Press Release Dark Horse announces Deep Gravity, a new four-part miniseries from the minds of Mike Richardson and the creative team of Gabriel Hardman and Corinna Bechko (Star Wars: Legacy, Planet of the Apes).
When Disney acquired LucasFilms there was much talk about not if the Star Wars comics would be returning Marvel from Dark Horse but when would it happen. A press release sent out this morning confirmed that Marvel will begin publishing Star Wars comics and graphic novel in 2015. Full press release after the jump.
Racists are right about at least one thing (how’s that for a controversial opening statement): Other cultures are weird. The part that they miss out on is that weird can still be incredibly fascinating and cool. 47 Ronin is a story that doesn’t entirely make sense to Western sensibilities and yet exposes the underlying humanity that transcends culture. And if you aren’t interested in that, it’s got them samurai swords. Lots of ‘em.
In this issue: This week, Stephen and Matthew take a look at 47 Ronin #1 from Dark Horse Comics. Among the best-known tales in Japanese history, the legend of the 47 Ronin and their epic mission to avenge their disgraced master epitomizes the samurai code of honor. It has been said, “To know the story of the 47 Ronin is to know Japan.” Retold through the ages, the legend at last comes to comics in a meticulously researched and beautifully illustrated miniseries from Mike Richardson, Stan Sakai, and editorial consultant Kazuo Koike! Recounting this sweeping tale of honor and violence
Press Release Dark Horse Comics is proud to announce a historical comic adaptation of the tale of the 47 ronin: A story of loyalty, sacrifice, persistence, and honor.
After a prolonged absence from the print medium, Dark Horse Presents returns. But will this return, with such creators as Paul Chadwick, Richard Corben, and Neal Adams, be a boon? Or a burden? Take the jump faithful Spoilerite to find out.