Tag Archives: Dark Horse Comics

ElfQuest: The Final Quest Makes a Stop in Portland

Richard and Wendy Pini are spending a little time in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. They will be stopping at the Portland Things From Another World on their way up north for Emerald City Comic Con (where they will be appearing … Continue reading

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Celebrate Hellboy Day On March 22nd

Hell(boy) is coming to Portland, so it is time to celebrate! Celebrate 20 years of comics’ favorite paranormal detective during Hellboy Day March 22 from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Portland TFAW! This can’t-miss event kicks off with a … Continue reading

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A SFW Inde Comic Review: Manara Erotica Vol. 2

Dark Horse has continued its commitment to publishing the complete library of work by Italian illustrator Milo Manara. At 67 years old, one would expect Manara to have diminished some in skill as well as esteem. However, neither of these … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: The Strain

At SDCC ’11, Dark Horse announced three new titles from established creators outside the comic medium. There was House of Night by P.C. Cast, Orchid by Tom Morello, and The Strain from Guiellermo Del Toro. The first two series were … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: 47 Ronin

Sometimes the classic tales are the best tales. Mike Richardson and Stan Sakai have latched on to one of the all-time classics and manage to make it as fresh and compelling as it was the first time it was told … Continue reading

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Oeming’s Victories Head to DHP

After the current arc wraps up with issue 5, Michael Avon Oeming’s Victories will take up residence in the Dark Horse pResents anthology. Victories, a dark take on super heroes, currently has three issues on the stands. The fifth issue … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Once Upon a Time Machine

Audre Lorde once said, “There are no new ideas. There are only new ways of making them felt.” The new anthology, Once Upon a Time Machine, takes that sentiment to new levels by recasting classic fables and fairy tales as … Continue reading

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