Astro Hustle artist Tom Reilly addressed the series' cancellation by Dark Horse and the allegations of sexual assault made against writer Jai Nitz.
Dark Horse has canceled the last two issues of Astro Hustle in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations against writer Jai Nitz.
Following an accusation of sexual assault, comic book writer Jai Nitz is under investigation by Astro Hustle publisher Dark Horse Comics.
Writer John Ostrander will return to Task Force X in "War Crimes," while a new anthology will spotlight individual members.
When Cape & Cowl Comics in Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia, fell upon tough times, customers organized a "cash mob," with each participant spending at least $10 at the store.
Oft-overlooked villains Doctor Bong and Angar the Screamer make a big comeback in this year's annual, and both writers tell CBR about their stories.
Jai Nitz and Russ Manning Award nominee Greg Smallwood's superhero crime comic "Dream Thief" returns, and the pair have plans for even more in the future.
Dark Horse Comics headed to Emerald City Comicon to discuss new books including "Veil," "Dream Thief," "The Victories" and "Mind MGMT."
Publisher Mike Richardson and Dark Horse pulled out the capes and spandex for a Comic-Con panel that showcased their growing super hero line from creators like Tim Seeley, Mike Norton, Joe Casey.
"Dream Thief" writer Jai Nitz maintains the superhero feel of Kevin Smith's original Dynamite run on "Green Hornet Legacy" with a new wave of supervillains including ice cold zombies while romance for Kato looms.
Tim talks with Greg Smallwood, artist of Dark Horse's upcoming "Dream Thief" series, about comics, process, crime films of the 1970's and the influence of Eclipse, circa the mid 1980s.
Comic Book Resources spoke with Jai Nitz about his upcoming "Dream Thief" from Dark Horse Comics, upending expectations, getting help from your friends and writing for yourself.
Tim previews the first two issues of Jai Nitz and Greg Smallwood's upcoming Dark Horse series "Dream Thief," discovering a superstar artist in the making and a comic that's well worth a look.
Tim takes aim at the shortfalls of Dynamite's "Kirby: Genesis" project and points to what makes post-Kirby projects succeed or fail. How does the first issue of the upcoming "Silver Star" series fare?