Dark Horse has just announced a slew of news at the publisher’s New York Comic-Con panel entitled “Dark Horse Creators: Crafting the Original Story” including a new collection for Sin City, multiple brand new series by (Beat alumni) Van Jenson, Tomb Raider II, a new Mœbius collection, and a new comic from screenwriter Eric Heisserer.

The new Sin City collection is launching next year, collecting 224 pages. The book is a deluxe hardcover known as Frank Miller’s Sin City: The Hard Goodbye Curator’s Collection with sewn binding that has an intro from Robert Rodriguez.

Cryptocracy is a new comics work from author Van Jensen with art from Pete Woods the comic is launching May of next year.

Two Dead is another title from Van Jensen with art from Nate Powell launching in September of next year (quite a ways off,) the comic is a true crime title and is being edited by Spencer Cushing.

Tomb Raider II is coming in February 2016 from This One Summer alumni Mariko Tamaki, the comic is being edited by Patrick Thorpe, and follows Laura after the first acclaimed game.

The work of one of comics most reverred authors is being collected in the upcoming Mœbius Library, which will consist of multiple hardcover volumes.

Lone Wolf 2100 is a new series by Eric Heisserer (a screen writer known for horror such as The Thing,) and Miguel Sepulveda from Marvel. Randy Stradley is editing the comic that will launch January next year. The comic follows Daisy, a young girl who is try to protect the human race.


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