Tag: Dark Horse Comics

Staff Picks: September Comics

Madame Frankenstein #5 Jamie S. Rich, Megan Levens Image Comics We’re reaching the climax of this seven-issue miniseries, a reimagining of the Frankenstein story with a feminine perspective, set in the early 1930s. Levens’ black and white art is gorgeous and lively, and Rich’s story provides an interesting twist on the familiar tale. Nailbiter #5…

August Staff Picks: Comics

Displaced Persons  Derek McCulloch (Writer) and Anthony Peruzzo (Artist) Image I don’t know much about Displaced Persons. It’s an OGN by an Eisner nominated writer, Derek McCulloch of STAGGER LEE and Gone to Amerikay, and Anthony Peruzzo, an artist I’m not familiar with. I haven’t seen much advance buzz. What I have seen is this cover…

Fight Club David Mack Dark Horse Comics July 2014

Not Our First Time at Fight Club

Dark Horse Comics has confirmed that they will be printing a sequel to Chuck Palahniuk’s Fight Club. The 10 issue series, illustrated by Cameron Stewart of Sin Titulo and the new Batgirl, will be released next May and will focus on the same narrator 10 years later, now married to Marla Singer with a nine…

stock: True War Romance 16, penciller Bill Walsh, digital comics museum

Where Do We Stand: May Comic Sales

Each month, Diamond Comics Distributors releases data on the top selling products from single issue comics, to graphic novels and trade paperbacks, to toys. So far this year, the trend shows the top single issue comic sales heavy with superhero stories from Marvel and DC, but diversity is growing in the trade paperback and graphic…

News & Things: Awesome Art

21st Century Tank Girl on Kickstarter Original co-creator Alan Martin’s campaign to create an all-new Tank Girl book. Although it’s Alan’s project, original co-creator Jaime Hewlett has agreed to do art for the covers. Bra Week Features Busty Girl Comics Over the next week or so, Autostraddle covers the topic near and dear to our…

Short & Sweet

Uncanny X-Men #18 Bendis, Lozano, Rudy Marvel Comics What. Was. This? Aside from the cover, which messes with the suspension of disbelief (how in the hell do you get close enough to Cyclops, wonky powers or not, to hold a gun to his head?), this issue is a dramatic shift straight into huh? from the…

10 Great Graphic Novels for Teens

Each year, the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) reviews graphic novels for their inclusion into their Great Graphic Novels for Teens (GGNT) list. The list comprises graphic novels with teen appeal for the middle-school through college ages of 12-18 that also represent quality literature. The 2014 list was announced at the beginning of February.

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