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Satellite Falling #1
In "Satellite Falling" #1, Steve Horton and Stephen Thompson demonstrate brilliant collaboration, dynamic storytelling and richly detailed art for an impressive introduction.
Trade paperbacks, older editions, and miscellaneous for January 2014
“What’s so amazing / That keeps us stargazing / And what do we think we might see” Archer & Armstrong volume 3: Far Faraway by David Baron (colorist), Simon Bowland …
Brian Wood, Steve Horton Discuss “Amala’s Blade,” “The Massive” & More
As "Amala's Blade" #1 and "The Massive" #11 hit stores, writers Steve Horton and Brian Wood discuss their respective projects, balancing family with work and the difficulty of getting inside a barbarian's head.
‘Amala’s Blade’ is exciting, thought-provoking steampunk
The ugly truth is that I can’t afford Dark Horse Presents. Not without making cuts to my pull list that I just don’t want to make. Fortunately, publisher seems to …
Amala’s Blade: Steampunk, pirates, and the Dalai Lama
The mythic world of Steve Horton and Michael Dialynas’s Amala’s Blade is divided into two warring groups: Modifiers, who use technology to improve their bodies and eliminate defects, and Purifiers, …
C2E2 | A walk down Artist’s Alley
The first thing I did when I got to C2E2 was head to Artist Alley to see who was there. It’s always fascinating to see big-name talent rubbing shoulders with …
New comic spins up with Spinning To Infinity
While advance solicitations let us know about upcoming print comics, where are those advance notices of upcoming webcomics? Here’s one — an upcoming webcomic from writer Steve Horton called Spinning …