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Dark Horse To Adapt Fate/Zero Into English, Introducing Saber To The USA

In December, Dark Horse is adapting the Fate/Zero manga into English. Originally this was a prose prequel to the Fate/Stay Night visual novel – a very popular project itself never translated, though with a popular bootleg subscription. Fate/Zero was made …

San Diego To Die For: A (Late-ish) Comic-Con 2014 Diary

By Abdulkareem Baba Aminu As a lifelong reader, collector of comic books (and BleedingCooler), a trip to San Diego for the annual gathering called Comic-Con was bound to be embarked upon at some point. So, when the stars aligned, so …

In One Week, In Two Weeks – The Call Of The Sirens

This week sees the launch of Booster Gold, Oddly Normal, George Perez‘s Sirens, Purgatori, Itty Bitty Bunnies and Six Million Dollar Man Season #4. And the week after brings launches for GI Joe, Roche Limit, Aliens: Fire And Stone, A …

Dark Horse Publisher Mike Richardson Talks About Milo Manara And *That* Spider-Woman Cover

Issues regarding Milo Manara’s upcoming Spider-Woman variant cover for Marvel Comics have featured repeatedly on Bleeding Cool, before they were picked up by media across the planet. Mike Richardson, Publisher and owner of Dark Horse Comics, who have been publishing …

A Fan Collects Dave Dorman’s Star Wars Art Into One Place On The Web

With the change from Dark Horse to Marvel for the Star Wars comic book franchise, I started thinking about all the amazing books Dark Horse did in that universe over the years and how often a Dave Dorman cover was …

Placing Bets On The Survivors – Preview Aliens: Fire And Stone #1 From Dark Horse

Aliens: Fire and Stone #1 is arriving from Dark Horse on September 24th, and with a little artwork alchemy from artist Patric Reynolds and colorist Dave Stewart, we get a glimpse of a story world both groundedly human and dangerously …

Marvel Declines To Answer Questions About Star Wars Royalties

Marvel Comics are to republish Dark Horse Star Wars comics in a new format, Star Wars Legends Epic Collection: The Empire Vol 1, those comics created to follow on from Episode III, Revenge Of The Sith. It will contain the …

Criminal Macabre: The Third Child Preview

Dark Horse has sent out a preview for Steve Niles‘ lates Criminal Macabre series, The Third Child. Picking up right after the Eyes of Frankenstein, Christopher Mitten illustrates this latest tale of Cal McDonald – “Cal’s changed . . . …

Discussions With Scott Allie – Dark Horse’s Comedic Triumph In Buffy Season 10, Axes Out In The Goon, Facing Time In Captain Midnight, Staying Scary In Aliens, Monster-Heroes In Criminal Macabre And More

Following on from a massive state-of-the-industry interview with Scott Allie, Editor-in-Chief at Dark Horse recently here at Bleeding Cool in which we talked about SDCC strategies, defining creator-owned as a term, and many upcoming books, Allie joins us again to …

David Mack On Kickstarters, The 20th Anniversary Of Kabuki, And Remastering Youthful Projects At San Diego Comic Con

By Joshua Stone Leading into this year’s SDCC, there were certain creators I was hoping to be able to get some time with to conduct an interview. One of these people was David Mack. Mack, best known as the creator …

Marvel, DC And Image – A Lay Of The Land Out Of San Diego Comic Con 2014

Okay, I needed a little bit of a break since San Diego Comic Con to write this up from copious notes. And I had a good couple of weeks taken up with surgery. But it also gave me time to …

Abe Sapien Is Something Else Altogether – Preview His Showdown With The Past In #16

Abe Sapien #16 is the first issue in a two-part arc that takes our amphibian back into a dark confrontation with his past in a town where he was once stabbed, slipped into a coma, an emerged a long while …

In One Week, In Two Weeks – It’s Multiversity Time

Launching next week are Multiversity #1, the relaunch of Dark Horse Presents, the new Strain comic, Night Eternal, Sensation Comics, Little Nemo Returns To Slumberland #1, the new Brubaker/Phillips comic Fade Out, Super Secret Crisis War; The Adventures Of Billy …

Jim Steranko To Write Commentary For Every Image In Red Tide Artists Edition For Dark Horse

I had a lovely time reading the Jim Steranko’s Nick Fury Agent Of SHIELD Artists Edition from IDW at San Diego Comic Con this year. Unlike the other books in IDW’s Artist Editions line that attempts to reproduce original art boards as …

Discussions With Scott Allie – Dark Horse’s Strategies For SDCC 2014, Defining Creator-Owned, Prometheus, Fight Club 2, And The Whedon Threeway

San Diego Comic Con is the untackleable beast, and yet for Dark Horse, they seemed to have a very clearly defined strategy this year that I found other journalists and fans remarking upon, from their full slate of announcements concerning …

The Return Of Concrete Park By Tony Puryear And Erika Alexander

Concrete Park returns next month from Dark Horse and we’ve got a preview of the series here. Tony Puryear and Erika Alexander kick off the second volume on September 3rd. A troubled young outcast from Earth awakens on a distant …

The Return Of Alex De Campi’s Grindhouse To Dark Horse Comics For Christmas

It was one of Bleeding Cool’s favourite comics of 2013. And, after a brief one-sided spat with Kelly Sue DeConnick‘s upcoming Bitch Planet, Alex De Campi‘s Grindhouse: Doors Open At Midnight returns for a second showing. Just in time for Christmas. …

Skottie Young’s Rocket Raccoon Pushed Aside Skottie Snyder’s Batman In July, As Marvel Recovers Marketshare From DC Comics

That’s the power of Loot Crate. But Rocket would probably still have had the top spot anyway when a certain film was already on the way and soon to be released. 150,000 of the 300,000 preorders through Diamond for Rocket …