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Review and Preview – Alabaster: the Good, the Bad, and the Bird #1

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Review and Preview – Alabaster: the Good, the Bad, and the Bird #1

A new evil haunts the sun-scorched back roads and ghost towns of the American South—murderous twins who command a legion of ghouls. Once again, Dancy Flammarion must face down demons: both those who walk the world unchallenged and those in her own shattered mind.

Click the jump for preview pages and a review of Alabaster: the Good, The Bad, and the Bird.

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Review and Preview: Mystery Girl #1

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Review and Preview: Mystery Girl #1

Trine Hampstead knows everything. Ask her a question like “Where are my keys?” or “Is he cheating on me?” or “How are there perfectly preserved mammoths in recent ice?” and she just knows. She’s the Mystery Girl. The only thing Trine doesn’t know is how she knows—or anything else from the last ten years of her life.

Click the jump for preview pages and a review of Dark Horse Comics’ Mystery Girl #1.

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Review – The Steam Man #1

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Review – The Steam Man #1

I’ve seen what he does to his victims. It’s unspeakable. It’s why I’ve vowed to stop him, no matter the cost.
That and the sizeable reward, of course.

Dark Horse Comics’ much-anticipated Weird West, paranormal-steampunk adventure has finally hit stores. Does it stand up to the hype? Click the jump for a review and preview pages for The Steam Man #1.

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NYCC 2015: James Cameron’s “Avatar” returns with Dark Horse Comics

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NYCC 2015: James Cameron’s “Avatar” returns with Dark Horse Comics

During a special panel at New York Comic Con 2015, Dark Horse Comics in conjunction with Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products and James Cameron’s Lightstorm Entertainment announced that AVATAR, the highest-grossing film in history, will expand into the world of comic books in anticipation of the three upcoming film sequels.

In a special prerecorded message, James Cameron revealed that the new series of comics will help shed more light on the mythology and history of the beloved film franchise.

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NYCC 2015: “How To Train Your Dragon” Comes to Dark Horse

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NYCC 2015: “How To Train Your Dragon” Comes to Dark Horse

You’ve seen them on the big screen. You’ve ridden with them on television. In 2016, the dragons are coming to comics.

At New York Comic Con 2015, DreamWorks Animation and Dark Horse Comics announced a comprehensive original graphic novel program to expand the incredible mythology of How to Train Your Dragon, the Academy Award® nominated and Golden Globe® winning film series.

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Review – Adam Warren’s Empowered Volume 9

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Review – Adam Warren’s Empowered Volume 9

In the newest volume of Adam Warren’s Empowered series, we start out with a recap of Emp’s most recent (mis)adventures, watch her superhero “allies” betray her completely, and see her exiled (in bondage of course) to an uncertain fate at a maximum security ward “for her own safety.”

What follows is a surprisingly lighthearted (yet dark and disturbing) series of multiple kidnappings as teams of villains one-by-one try to capture Emp for their own evil ends. And the resolution is somehow ridiculous, logical, and honestly kinda heartwarming all at once.

Click the jump for a review of Empowered Volume 9.

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