Comic Book Previews & Reviews: David Rubin
EXCLUSIVE: Ether: Copper Golems #1
A science-minded hero intent on keeping the balance between Earth and a magic world! Dark Horse's Ether: Copper Golems #1 by Matt Kindt & David Rubin.
Review: Sherlock Frankenstein & the Legion of Evil #1 Is a Tribute To Creativity
Dark Horse's Sherlock Frankenstein & the Legion of Evil #1 helps grow a shared superhero universe without the benefit of decades of history.
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Adult Coloring Book
It's color morphin time in the first-ever Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Adult Coloring Book, featuring a wide array of artists! From BOOM! Studios.
Black Hammer #12 (EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW)
Two years ago, Lucy started looking for her father & found more than she ever expected. Dark Horse's Black Hammer #12 by Jeff Lemire & David Rubin.
Black Hammer #9 (EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW)
Witness the terrific secret origin of Talky-Walky! Dark Horse Comics` Black Hammer #9 by Jeff Lemire & David Rubin.
As Boone hunts for clues to solve a crime, he makes powerful enemies and unexpected allies in "Ether" #3 by Matt Kindt & David Rubin.
The Fiction TPB
What’s to Love: Written by Curt Pires (POP, Mayday) and illustrated by David RubÃn (Battling Boy: The Rise of Aurora West), The Fiction is a fountain of fascinating ideas about …
The Hero Book Two HC
The Hero Book 2continues David Rubin’s epic tale of Heracles in a postmodern look at the Twelve Labors and the champion’s fateful doom. The story delves deep into his life, …
The Fiction #4
Final issue! Max, Kassie, and Tyler have nowhere left to run and must face the Corruption once and for all.
The Fiction #3
Kassie, Max, and Tyler are held captive by the Corruption in the Fiction, and we find out what happened to Tsang when he disappeared as a child.
The Fiction #2
Max and Kassie delve into the Fiction for the first time in years to search for Tyler, only to find that the place that was once filled with the magic …
Review: The Fiction #1
In "The Fiction" #1 by Curt Pires and David RubÃn, a book is a portal to both magic and horror when one person in a group of four friends disappears in childhood and, fifteen years later, another one also vanishes.
The Fiction #1
What’s to Love: Curt Pires (POP, Mayday) is a fountain of fascinating ideas, and we’re excited to publish his latest offering, The Fiction. Fans of titles like Locke & Key …