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Posted on: August 1st, 2018

Have you ever wondered what kind of dog John Constantine would be? Or maybe Hellboy (though we all know it would probably be a pitbull)? The answer would look a lot like Beasts of Burden. Originally launched from Dark Horse in 2003, the dog-centred occult mystery team, also known as the all Scooby Scooby-Doo, has …Read More

Posted on: July 20th, 2018

In 2003, a few years before he blew up with his genre-defying Kick-Ass comic, Mark Millar released a work called Superman: Red Son, which re-imagined what Superman would be like if his ship landed in Soviet Russia instead of the US. As it turned out, it wasn’t just the future of the Cold War that …Read More

Posted on: June 16th, 2018

Neil Gaiman is a man who needs no introduction. If he did, it would be one of those three word ones like Live-Laugh-Love or Shoot-To-Kill. We all knows who he is, so it’s no surprise that Dark Horse comics is having an ongoing love affair with all things Gaiman. Following on the success of their …Read More

Posted on: June 1st, 2018

Comics have come a long way from punching baddies and promoting war bonds, but some things never change. Popular comic genres will always have a place among readers, including superhero, action, crime, funny animal, mystery, horror, the now-gone western genre, and of course, romance. Though most romance comics haven’t seen the light of day since …Read More

Posted on: May 16th, 2018

Much like the world of music and movies, comic books have their own superstars, and Brian K. Vaughan is currently the king of comics. With a repertoire of genre-busting works such as Saga, Y: The Last Man, Paper Girls, Runaways, and others, he’s got the Midas touch of quality and intrigue. He’s basically what Neil …Read More

Posted on: May 2nd, 2018

College is scary enough without having to throw in ghosts and Ghoulies! A trifecta of stress, expenses, and finals, most of us are burned out on college just thinking about it, but Blackwood College has something a little more special up its sleeves than the end-of-the-semester parties. Hitting shelves at the end of May, Blackwood …Read More

Posted on: April 29th, 2018

Aliens is one of those oddball cultural phenomenon’s that just keeps on giving. From its inception in 1979 to the most recent 2017 release Alien: Covenant, we just can’t seem to give up these cuddly little space dwellers. It is perhaps in part to Dark Horse Comics commitment to keep the franchise alive during film …Read More

Posted on: April 11th, 2018

When Robocop came out in 1987, no one quite knew the phenomenon that it would become. Sure, Ronald Reagan was in the office and crime was rampant, but who wanted to go to the theater just to see a cyborg future of that very same problem? As it turned out, almost everybody. Spawning toys, cartoons, …Read More

Posted on: March 30th, 2018

Much like French horror to the horror genre, French comics are the low-flying, high octane works of the comic genre. While they may not be as popular as Marvel or DC beat-em-ups, the French have had an undeniable effect on modern comics, most notably with the creation of Heavy Metal and mature-themed comics that helped …Read More

Posted on: March 23rd, 2018

Hungry ghosts have a long and sordid history in Eastern Buddhism. First mentioned in Chinese literature, a hungry ghost is any restless spirit that is driven by an untethered emotional need, much akin to angry Western spirits murdered before their time. In Japanese Buddhism, the concept stays much the same but instead of spirits of …Read More

Posted on: March 8th, 2018

It seems like Dark Horse’s love affair with all things Neil Gaiman is far from cooling off. Following in the footsteps of their other successful Gaiman short-story adaptions, most recently Forbidden Brides and It’s Only the End of the World, Dark Horse will be releasing their fifth hardcover of the bard’s book work titled Likely …Read More

Posted on: February 28th, 2018

Haunted house stories have been done to death. Blood dripping from the walls, spooky children creeping in the corner of your eye, some sort of creepy nun or something; you can practically write the movie yourself. So how do you pump new life in a genre that’s as old as horror itself? By doing what …Read More

Posted on: February 7th, 2018

Blaxploitation has a long and sordid history in the annuals of film history and has genre-ranged from crime/action to comedy, horror, and even musicals. Though the controversial sub-genre had risen and fallen in the early seventies, it’s hard to deny the impact that it’s had on its portrayal of inner-city life and has even been …Read More

Posted on: January 22nd, 2018

You ever watch something that made you feel gross and kind of drained for viewing it? Like Martyrs or a Serbian Movie, where you suddenly realise what started off as a horror or exploitation quickly tilted off into something much more disturbing and oddly relatable than you ever expected? Flayed Corpse by Josh Simmons is …Read More

Posted on: January 16th, 2018

They say there are two places that no one can hear you scream: Space and Hell. Aside from sharing titles with a couple lacklustre Friday the 13 franchise movies, both are places you’d hate to end up when you’re dead, which is why Limbo exists. A place between Heaven and Hell where nothing really happens …Read More

Posted on: December 27th, 2017

Though Hellboy maybe most popular for punching Nazi’s and Russian wizards, he has, in fact, punched many other things. Skeletons, demons, ghosts, Baba-yaga’s, mermaids, chimps swinging guns, the list goes on and on! But have you ever found yourself asking: when is he going to punch an evil personification of a beloved Christmas folk hero? …Read More

Posted on: December 10th, 2017

Welcome to an alternative history where Dracula became the ruler of the British Empire. In this world, vampires are openly present throughout human society. Some are loyal to Dracula, but others are seeking to depose him. We join this graphic novel in the midst of political intrigue in what would have been called Victorian London. …Read More

Posted on: December 9th, 2017

Creature horror has never quite managed to take off in the same way as other horror booms. While fans look fondly on such hits as Sharknado or Jaws (the former perhaps ironically), most animal movies that don’t star sharks or Cujo will usually end up on the midnight slot on the SyFy channel and are …Read More

Posted on: November 16th, 2017

It’s no secret that Mike Mignola is the hardest working man in the comic industry. Whether writing, drawing, or outlining comics (sometimes all three), expanding on the Hellboy and Mignola-verse universes, helping bring the new Hellboy movie to life, going off to comic conventions, or just genuinely being a chill guy, he’s a man more …Read More

Posted on: November 8th, 2017

Victorian England has always had the uncanny ability to capture the writer’s imagination. Whether its love or murder, much of it can be traced back to that fantastic gaslight era of top hats and carriages. Jenny Finn, on the other hand, has managed to inspire both. Originally released in 2011 by Mike Mignola and artist …Read More

Posted on: October 27th, 2017

It’s that time of the year again! The time where children come knocking on your door for candy, teenagers go to their first Halloween party and get toasted on peach vodka, and your local TV stations are running midnight horror marathons as if it’s the only time of year you ever watch horror movies. You …Read More

Posted on: October 18th, 2017

Imagine you’re walking down an empty city street. It’s dark and cold and you’re the only one around. As you scurry to your car with your collar turned up against the wind and your chin buried in your jacket, you pass by a dark alley, so dark, that you can’t see more than a few …Read More

Posted on: September 29th, 2017

Norway has always been known as the land of extremes: extreme weather, extreme music, and extreme beauty. But it looks like a new king of extreme is looking to take reign and it’s not going down without a fight. That’s right, it’s the mythical EXTREME UNICORN! *AIR GUITAR* While unicorns may not seem like up …Read More

Posted on: September 9th, 2017

It’s no surprise to anyone that took 10th grade English that Frankenstein is a literary classic. A seminal work of gothic horror, the book went on to inspire comics, movies, plays, music, and made Frankenstein’s monster a go-to creature when a quick scare (or a quick buck) is needed. Made Men, a yet another spin-off …Read More

Posted on: August 30th, 2017

There’s nothing like a classic revenge story to get your motor running, especially when it’s about the down-trodden delivering the comeuppance of those that once burned them. Hell, you can simply type in the words ‘revenge horror’ into your search bar to see how far reaching and influential the genre has become. From humble roots …Read More

Posted on: July 28th, 2017

What’s sexier than a flesh-eating witch in the woods? One with tight abs and a leather outfit, of course! And what’s sexier than that? When they chase scantily clad cheerleaders through the woods! Though the premise sounds like the beginning of a horror porno, Witch Creek Road is much more than that (sans the porn). …Read More

Posted on: July 20th, 2017

Ah, is there anything more romantic than weirdos in love? Smeared black lipstick, swapped cassette tapes, accessories clicking together as hands are held. The only thing that would make it even better is if they were ACTUAL weirdos! I’m talking vampires, werewolves, goat people, and ghosts. While dating a half-dressed vampire is not exactly genre …Read More

Posted on: July 9th, 2017

Of all the things the recent “revival” boom has brought back, horror anthologies have probably been the most fun. Inspired by the classic horror comics of yester-year, classic anthology re-prints of Creepy and Eerie alongside newer works such as Richard Corben’s Shadows on the Grave have been keeping fans coming back for a taste old-timey …Read More

Posted on: July 1st, 2017

X-Files is one of those shows that may age but will never age out. Sure, the pantsuits are out of style and the clunky cellphones are a thing of the past, but its spooky premise of an existence beyond the veil will always find a home with those that want to believe. With season 11 …Read More

Posted on: June 15th, 2017

If the 1970s are to be remembered for anything, let it be for starting the Satanic Panic. Movies like The Blood on Satan’s Claw, the Devils Rain, and To the Devil a Daughter turned the tide of the hippie dippy 60s to the religious powder keg of Satanism that lasted into the mid-1980s. Out was …Read More

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