• Mata Hari: Beautiful Art, Confusing Storytelling

    Mata Hari: Beautiful Art, Confusing Storytelling0

    Mata Hari  Emma Beeby (Writer), Ariela Kristantina (Artist), Pat Masioni (Colours), Sal Cipriano (Letters) Dark Horse Comics 13 March, 2019 It is 1917. Infamous seductress and spy, Mata Hari, stands trial for working against the interests of France. Though she vehemently denies the accusations, her counsel is given neither time nor access to the requisite

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  • EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW: Lady MacLeod Becomes Lady Godiva in Mata Hari #3

    EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW: Lady MacLeod Becomes Lady Godiva in Mata Hari #30

    One of the glittering stars of Karen Berger’s new imprint at Dark Horse Comics is Mata Hari, a five-issue miniseries about the famous courtesan and spy whose exploits have become myths. Written by Emma Beeby (Judge Anderson) and drawn by Ariela Kristantina (InSEXts), Mata Hari drops the veils of legend to reveal the complicated and

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  • Mata Hari #1 Muddles the Mystery of its Heroine

    Mata Hari #1 Muddles the Mystery of its Heroine0

    Mata Hari #1 Emma Beeby (Writer), Ariela Kristantina (Artist), Pat Masioni (Colorist) Berger Books (an imprint of Dark Horse Comics) February 21, 2018 Mata Hari, Eye of the Dawn, is one of European history’s most controversial women, and that’s saying a lot. According to her detractors, she’s responsible for more deaths than Lucrezia Borgia and

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  • Judge Anderson’s Emma Beeby Takes on Mata Hari in a New Dark Horse Series

    Judge Anderson’s Emma Beeby Takes on Mata Hari in a New Dark Horse Series0

    Exotic dancer. Courtesan. Spy. Double agent. Traitor. The history of Margaretha Geertruida “Margreet” MacLeod, better known as Mata Hari, is fraught with controversy, but, according to an eye witness at her 1917 execution in Paris, one thing is true: Mata Hari was defiant to the end. The third offering from Karen Berger’s new Dark Horse

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