Revealed today by Entertainment Weekly, the long talked-about prequel to Frank Miller’s 300, told from the Persian perspective, will finally see print next year from Dark Horse. Xerxes: The Fall of the House of Darius and the Rise of Alexander, which focuses on the Persian emperor Xerxes, whose armies invaded Greece in the fifth century BC, […]
Out of development hell at last?
Continuing where we left off yesterday, next on the list are the May Sales of Image and the other Independent publishers. Standard disclaimers: The numbers are based on the Diamond sales charts as estimated by the very reliable John Jackson Miller. These charts are pretty accurate for U.S. Direct Market sales with the following caveats: […]
Another industry legend is leaving a company to work on more personal projects: David Scroggy the 23-year veteran who was most recently Dark Horse’s vice president of product development, is. stepping down effective July 1, although he’ll be at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. Scroggy got his start in the pre-Cambrian era of the early direct […]
Hey Wonder Woman, you just rewrote the books on what female centered superhero films can do, so what are you doing for an encore? Howabout teaming up with a big sexist lug of a barbarian?
Dark Horse acquitted itself well in this year’s Eisners with 13 nominations.
Dark Horse just announced a new original graphic novel called Best Wishes written by Dark Horse founder Mike Richardson (Star Wars: Crimson Empire, 47 Ronin, Echoes) with art by and the great Paul Chadwick (Concrete, The World Below, Gifts of the Night). It’s Chadwick’s first comics work since 2013! When two strangers cast coins into a Central […]
Dark Horse has announced the second volume in their Moebius Library reprint project.
Berserk, the best selling manga by Kentaro Miura, is big in Japan and since it launched from Dark Horse in 2003 it’s been a solid hit here with more than 1.2 million copies sold. That makes it one of the most successful seinen (older male) manga series ever in the US. After a three year […]
Unless you were on a particularly good vacation, you probably heard the news a few weeks back that Vertigo editors were in high demand. Karen Berger, who founded and ran the Vertigo imprint, was hired by Dark Horse and will be having her own imprint. Then Shelly Bond, who took over after Berger’s departure, was […]