Category: Dark Horse

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Lady Killer Returns In August – Lady Killer 2 Preview

Until we get to read the issue later tonight, we wanted to share the preview Dark Horse sent us of Lady Killer 2 #1, once again by Joëlle Jones. The last day for your local comic shop to order it is July 11, so let them know that you want a copy. Can you tell we're excited? In the meantime, check out this preview from Dark Horse.

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Dark Horse publishing The Art of ReCore

There's one thing Dark Horse does well, it's art books, so The Art of ReCore looks interesting. I'm not a gamer, but I am an artist, and seeing the process of designing the world a video game is set in, and its characters makes me happy.

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Dark Horse VP Of Book Trade Leaves

Michael Martens, who has been Dark Horse's VP of Book Trade is leaving the company after 22 years. In the Book Trade, Dark Horse is one of the industry leaders, and most of that credit goes to Michael Martens. He also gets the credit for the increased presence of graphic novels in libraries across the country.

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Lady Killer Returns This August

One of the series that really impressed us last year was Lady Killer, published by Dark Horse. Joëlle Jones' work on the series impressed us so much we named her in one of our Artist Spotlights. The story of a 1960s housewife who has a secret profession as an assassin was one that captured the attention of so many people, and garnered award nominations. A sequel was announced at San Diego Comic Con, but there wasn't an official date or artwork given for the new series.

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Mae #1 By Gene Ha – Preview

When we got Mae #1 by Gene Ha in our e-mail, I was thrilled. I've long been a fan of his work and the chance to see him work on a personal project excites me to no end. It looks to be the right kind of comic for female readers, but should also appeal to anyone that fondly remembers Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld, likes fantastic, naturalistic comic art, or fans of great storytelling in comics. If you want to get a copy of this book, the final order cutoff is April 25. Otherwise, look for it in better comic shops on May 18. Until we can properly review the book, here's a preview of it.

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Hatsune Miku: Mikubon – Miku Returns To Dark Horse

If you've ever wondered what those cosplayers in the schoolgirl outfits are dressed as, the answer is Hatsune Miku. Now she's returning to U.S. manga in an omnibus from Dark Horse. Here's the full press release from the publisher.

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Dark Horse Plans For Emerald City Comicon 2016

Dark Horse Comics sent us their schedule for Emerald City Comicon, one of the Pacific Northwest's top conventions, based in Seattle, WA. Dark Horse Comics is at booth #802 where they're offering free swag - comics, buttons, posters, and more! They are also offering all attendees a free picture in the HappyMatic Photo Booth. They'll also have some Dark Horse comics, graphic novels, art books, and collectibles for sale. Below, we have their schedules for signings and panels, all of which are subject to change.

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Win A Trip To SDCC 2016 From Dark Horse

Would you like to win a trip to SDCC 2016? Dark Horse knows that you do and are holding a contest where everyone that answers a brief survey is entered to win a trip to San Diego, paid for completely by Dark Horse.

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Ranx To Be Collected In Hardcover By Dark Horse

Ranx, the 80’s cult classic antihero that most American readers remember from stories printed in Heavy Metal will be collected this November by Dark Horse. Originally published in Italy, the character started as a bizarre mechanical creature built from photocopier parts, hence his original name, Rank Xerox. When the Rank Corporation, manufacturer of Xerox equipment

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Buffy High-School Adventures for Young Readers Continue

In a press release from Dark Horse, a new series in the Buffy High School Adventures is on the way. Buffy: The High School Years—Glutton for Punishment will continue the first season adventures from  Buffy: The High School Years—Freaks & Geeks. Aimed at young adults, the latest addition to the Whedonverse will be written by Kel McDonald and drawn by Yishan Li.

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The Shadow Glass #1 : Review

Dark Horse has sent us an advance copy of The Shadow Glass #1 to review back in February, but we couldn't publish a review until March 4th, but things got a little busy and time slipped away from us. The preview looked so nice, I had to read the book and give it a try. Does it warrant you doing the same?

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The Shadow Glass #1: Preview

Dark Horse has sent us some preview pages for The Shadow Glass #1, by an absolutely amazing artist, Aly Fell. Yeah, she's coming up in one of our Artist of the Week spotlights, but in the meantime, check out these preview pages of her series for Dark Horse, The Shadow Glass.

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