This She Could Fly exclusive brings Halt And Catch Fire’s co-creator to comics

As the co-creator of AMC’s Halt And Catch Fire, Christopher Cantwell developed a talent for writing captivating, complicated characters who constantly revealed different facets of their personalities. He brings that skill to comics with She Could Fly, a new series from Dark Horse Comics’ Berger Books imprint that…

Neil Gaiman tackles Sherlock Holmes in this A Study In Emerald exclusive

Sherlock Holmes is one of the greatest detectives in the literary canon, and he’s about to face off against one of the universe’s greatest terrors in A Study In Emerald, a new graphic novel adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s short story pitting Holmes and his trusty partner, John Watson, against H.P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu.…

Beasts Of Burden returns for a new horror adventure in this exclusive preview

Since its debut in 2003, writer Evan Dorkin and artist Jill Thompson’s Beasts Of Burden has been one of the comic industry’s best horror titles, telling chilling, heartfelt stories with a cast of adorable animals who join forces to fight supernatural threats. The various Beasts Of Burden one-shots over the years have…

Dark Horse’s tragic superheroes return in this Black Hammer: Age Of Doom exclusive

It’s hard to build a new superhero universe that can compete with the rich history of DC and Marvel, but in the pages of Black Hammer, writer Jeff Lemire and artist Dean Ormston create a compelling, sprawling superhero world by taking elements of the genre’s past and reinterpreting them in a complex story rooted in…

Sherlock Frankenstein's attempt at homage gets stuck in some of the worst parts of comics history

Jeff Lemire’s Black Hammer universe is earning attention and acclaim. In the tradition of Supreme Power, Black Hammer presents recognizable superhero templates in a new venue, pulling on decades of continuity without being enslaved to it. His superheroes are a group composed mostly of characters that seem like the…

This Hellboy: Krampusnacht exclusive shows the darker side of Adam Hughes

Given his connection to mythology and the supernatural, it’s surprising that Hellboy doesn’t have more Christmas stories. The celebration has pagan roots and an expansive folklore that changes from country to country, providing plenty of material for Mike Mignola to explore with his signature character. As with 1997’s…

Mike Mignola pays tribute to Hammer horror in a Mr. Higgins Comes Home exclusive

You can always count on Mike Mignola for horror stories with a spooky atmosphere and a sense of humor, and he consistently puts out new horror comics with artists that bring an unconventional visual sensibility to the genre. Mignola’s latest Dark Horse Comics graphic novel, Mr. Higgins Comes Home, partners him with…

The world of Black Hammer expands in this Sherlock Frankenstein #1 exclusive

Jeff Lemire’s Black Hammer series with artists Dean Ormston and David Rubín has become the crown jewel of Dark Horse Comics, winning this year’s Eisner Award for Best New Series and introducing a rich superhero universe ready to be mined for more titles. While Jeff Lemire has done plenty of work for DC, Marvel, and…

Joss Whedon takes Giles back to school in this BTVS: Giles exclusive announcement

Buffy The Vampire Slayer’s Rupert Giles has had one hell of a life. He was a bad boy that went by the name of “Ripper” in his 20s, and later in his adulthood, he helped save the world on multiple occasions as the mentor of Buffy Summers. Then he died, but death isn’t permanent in the Buffyverse. He was resurrected by…

Get an exclusive first look at Berger Books’ inaugural lineup of comics

Karen Berger helped change the course of comic books. As an editor at DC Comics, she was instrumental in the development of Alan Moore’s Swamp Thing and Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman, two titles that showed off superhero comics’ potential for more sophisticated, provocative storytelling. In 1993, she founded the DC Comics…