Dark Horse Comics and Kevin Smith are set to release Quick Stops, an anthology of stories set in the world of Smith’s View Askewniverse.
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During Kevin Smith’s MOTU 40th Anniversary Fan Panel, attendees were treated with the announcement that William Shatner will be joining the upcoming season of the Netflix series.
Dark Horse Comics was kind enough to send us this exclusive look at the cover for Maskerade #2 from writers Kevin Smith and Andy McElfresh, and artist John Sprengelmeyer.
Last weekend WonderCon was held in Anaheim, California. One of the first, largest in-person comic…
Kevin Smith’s Secret Stash Press has teamed with Dark Horse Comics to get new comics into your hands.
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.
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Did You Hear? is a weekly examination of headlines in the entertainment industry and a…
Dark Horse Comics and Mattel have teamed for the release of Masters of the Universe: Revelation that serves as the prequel to the upcoming series at Netflix.
A RECAST of the Jason and Ashley interview with Kevin Smith (https://twitter.com/ThatKevinSmith) recorded on 11/14/2020…
Get your wide profile shots and plucky ukulele soundtracks ready, it’s time for So You Want To Read Comics, our weekly feature where we look at a single topic and then recommend some comics for new readers, based on that topic. This week we’re looking at indie films.
In 2001, Director Kevin Smith revived Oliver Queen in Green Arrow: Quiver, and it’s time to fire off our thoughts on this DC comic in this month’s installment of the Geek History Lesson Book Club
On Saturday, Kevin Smith is hosting his annual Hall H presentation, and while everyone expected the first look at the movie to appear then, Smith decided to drop the trailer a couple of days early.
Once upon a time, Oliver Queen died to save Metropolis… but you didn’t think that would last, did you? Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Green Arrow #1 awaits!