• Weary of Being a Woman: Dark Agnes — from Pulp to Comics

    Weary of Being a Woman: Dark Agnes — from Pulp to Comics0

    Conan the Barbarian is the best-known of the characters created by Robert E. Howard, but he is far from the only one. Prior to his early death in 1936, Howard conceived an entire pantheon of pulp heroes including the likes of Solomon Kane, Kull of Atlantis and Bran Mak Morn, many of whom had afterlives

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  • Archie vs. Predator II Goes for the Jugular—and the Funny Bone

    Archie vs. Predator II Goes for the Jugular—and the Funny Bone0

    The last time we checked out life in post-apocalyptic Riverdale, Betty, Veronica, and a sympathetic-to-humans Predator disguised as Archie were trying to survive off scraps. Fearing for their lives and forever prevented from leaving the city’s limits, a bit of devil magic-related universe-hopping finally broke Betty, Veronica and not-Archie free – and landed them in

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  • Previously on Comics: Dear Comics Industry

    Previously on Comics: Dear Comics Industry1

    • News
    • January 13, 2020

    Hello once again Dear Reader! I hope you are quite recovered from the New Year’s festivities and ready to face 2020 with alacrity. No? Yeah, me neither. So, let’s get into the news that came out last week, which was a lot, thanks to the holidays and such. It seems like two comics companies decided

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  • Tales from Harrow County: Death’s Choir #1 Sings a Song of Horror

    Tales from Harrow County: Death’s Choir #1 Sings a Song of Horror0

    If you have not visited Harrow County before, then fear not, says creator Cullen Bunn, you’re more than welcome to visit in this new series from Dark Horse Comics, Tales from Harrow County: Death’s Choir. Ten years later, the original series’ protagonist, Emmy, has moved on, leaving the care of the town’s supernatural concerns to

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  • The Exquisitely Beautiful Darkness of Snow, Glass, Apples

    The Exquisitely Beautiful Darkness of Snow, Glass, Apples5

    Snow, Glass, Apples Colleen Doran (artist), Neil Gaiman (writer), Val Trullinger (flatter) Dark Horse Comics August 2019 Disney has mastered the art of reimagining fairy tales to the point where many believe their versions to be true to the originals, but it’s always a delight to find reimaginings that twist the story in entirely new

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  • Butcher of Paris: A Gory and Gripping Murder Mystery

    Butcher of Paris: A Gory and Gripping Murder Mystery0

    Butcher of Paris #1 Dean Kotz (Artist), Troy Peteri (Letters), Stephanie Phillips (Writer), Jason Wordie (Colours) Dark Horse Comics December 4, 2019 The Second World War was a time of great horror, but one man decided to take advantage of the despair around him for his own personal, and horrific, gain.

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