Posts Tagged ‘Dark Horse’

NYCC 2016: Dark Horse: Classified Featuring “Avatar the Last Airbender” – Panel Summary

by slaion October 10, 2016
The big news about the upcoming release of The Legend of Korra comics from Dark Horse already broke out via Entertainment Weekly‘s interview with Avatar and Korra‘s co-creator, Michael Dante DiMartino, earlier this week before NYCC, so much of Dark Horse’s joint panel with Nickelodeon was used to cement some release dates and preview upcoming […]
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Dark Horse Announces Release Date For Legend Of Korra Comic Series

by Peter Paltridgeon October 5, 2016
Speaking of things with Korra on them, does anyone remember when Dark Horse Comics announced they would be producing a Legend of Korra comic series? It’s okay if you don’t — the announcement was made over a year ago, with nothing said about it since. Today the silence was broken. DH finally assured us that […]

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SDCC 2016: Dark Horse Reveals New Game Of Thrones Figure

by Peter Paltridgeon July 21, 2016
Today at SDCC Dark Horse revealed the latest in their long line of Game of Thrones collectible figurines. If you don’t recognize it at first, keep in mind all the big ones have already been done. This is a Son of the Harpy, aka the movement in the city of Meereen that sought to reverse […]

NYCC 2015: Dark Horse Announces New Ongoing Aliens Series

by Peter Paltridgeon October 10, 2015
20th Century Fox’s Alien franchise is no stranger to comic books, nor is it new to Dark Horse Comics. One of the company’s earliest successful titles was an Aliens continuation back in 1988, when there was no Alien 3 and they could introduce the idea of a grown-up Xeno-kicking badass Newt (how I wish it […]


NYCC 2015: Dark Horse Announces “Buffy: The High School Years”

by Peter Paltridgeon October 10, 2015
Next year, Dark Horse Comics will be expanding their already-expanded Buffyverse series of comics with a new entry, a string of graphic novel volumes called “Buffy: The High School Years.” This new series will reveal what happened during the time when Buffy first moved to Sunnydale, discovered the horrors of the Hellmouth, and first made […]
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SDCC2015: Dark Horse Takes Home Multiple Eisner Awards

by Peter Paltridgeon July 13, 2015
Guess what has two thumbs and cleaned up at the Eisner Awards? Not a horse, it has no thumbs. And not a comic book conglomerate either; a corporation isn’t a person no matter what the senators tell you. Guess what DOESN’T have two thumbs and swept the Eisners? That would be a horse of a […]

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SDCC2015: Legend Of Korra Graphic Novels Coming From Dark Horse

by Peter Paltridgeon July 11, 2015
Bryan Konietzko and Michael Dante DiMartino appeared at San Diego Comic-Con not just to plug their respective separate projects but to reveal the next chapter in the Avatar: The Last Airbender graphic novel series (which will be called “Smoke and Shadow”). They also revealed Dark Horse, who publishes the Avatar comics as well as the […]

SDCC2015: The Legend of Korra to continue via Dark Horse Comics Panel Summary

by slaion July 11, 2015
I was surprised to see there would be an Avatar: The Last Airbender, The Legend of Korra panel on this year’s San Diego Comic-Con schedule since both shows have finished their run on Nickelodeon, plus both co-creators, Bryan Konietzko and Michael Dante DiMartino, said last year’s panel would be their last San Diego panel.  I guess they just meant the […]


SDCC2015: Dark Horse Comics Producing Dragon Age Comic By Greg Rucka

by Peter Paltridgeon July 6, 2015
Today, Dark Horse let one of their SDCC announcements out early: a new limited series based on a popular game franchise. BioWare’s Dragon Age series of roleplaying games is getting a comic spinoff later this year, and the story is being written by rising legend Greg Rucka. If you’re unfamiliar with Rucka’s work, rectify that […]

Fight Club – The Comic – Set To Debut

by Alex Beanon July 23, 2014
Dark Horse Comics will be reviving the movie “Fight Club” in the form of a 10-issue comic book dubbed “Fight Club 2”. The comic book series jumps ahead 10 years and depicts Tyler Durden as a married [to Marla Singer] father of a nine-year-old boy. The comic book series will act as a sequel to […]