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In the wake of losing the Star Wars comics license, Dark Horse Publisher Mike Richardson & E-i-C Scott Allie declare 2014 the "Year of the Horse" as they expand and expound on Hellboy, Buffy, superheroes and more.
With series like "Captain Midnight" and "Brain Boy" finally hitting stores, Dark Horse Comics sets its focus on defining characters like X and Ghost as the history of their world unites them through "Project Black Sky."
In the first of a two-part feature on Dark Horse's growing line of superhero comics, editors Jim Gibbons and Patrick Thorpe discuss how Captain Midnight galvanized the likes of Ghost, X, Brain Boy and more.
Writer Frank Barbiere discusses his tale in "Dark Horse Presents" featuring the debut of Dark Horse Comics' newest character, the sci-fi infused superhero known as Blackout.
CBR spoke with Dark Horse Comics Publisher Mike Richardson and series writer Joe Casey about the upcoming miniseries "Catalyst Comix" and pushing the superhero genre to its weird, wild extremes.
As Dark Horse expands its superhero line, writer Duane Swierczynski updates '90s vigilante X and spoke to CBR about the new miniseries, corruption and the hint of crossovers to come.
Dark Horse has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at just-announced artist Fernando Dagnino's art from the July-launching "Captain Midnight" ongoing series written by Joshua Williamson.
This May, Dark Horse grows its superhero pantheon with a revival of '60s hero "Brain Boy" from Fred Van Lente and the all-new hero Blackout. Mike Richardson explains how it all comes together.
Dark Horse Publisher Mike Richardson and "Captain Midnight" writer Joshua Williamson spoke to CBR in New York about the time displaced hero's new journey and the company's future plans.
The latest in Dark Horse's relaunch of its Comics Greatest World superheroes is the wild anthology "Catalyst Comix" with Joe Casey at the helm and Dan McDaid, Paul Maybury and Ulises Farinas riding shotgun.
Writer Joshua Williamson and Dark Horse President Mike Richardson discuss the return and revamp of Golden Age hero Captain Midnight in the pages of "Dark Horse Presents."