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Posted by OminousCloud on October 10, 2009 @ 03:41:45 AM in News Articles
Charles Vess is one of the most revered artists in the field of fantasy and comic art. The three-time Eisner Award winner has worked on some of the most recognizable comic properties of all time, including Jeff Smith’s Rose and Neil Gaiman’s Sandman, a retelling of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, for which he and Gaiman shared the prestigious World Fantasy Award.

Drawing Down the Moon: The Art of Charles Vess collects decades of the artist’s unparalleled work and is scheduled to be released by Dark Horse on December 23, 2009. The hardcover, full-color, 200-page book costs $39.99.



But as a special treat, Dark Horse is happy to announce that the entire book is now available on darkhorse.com for collectors, art connoisseurs, and newly introduced fans to browse for free.

To enter the world of Charles Vess, direct your browser to: http://www.darkhorse.com/Features/eComics and click on the Drawing Down the Moon icon.

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Posted by OminousCloud on September 03, 2009 @ 09:38:21 PM in Conventions
Be sure to stop by the Dark Horse booth #201 and #203 to see the follow comics creators:

Friday 9/4/09

The Goon creator Eric Powell
4:00pm to 5:00pm

Saturday 9/5/09

Hellboy & B.P.R.D. creator Mike Mignola
2:30pm to 4:00pm

Sunday 9/6/09


Buffy the Vampire Slayer artist Georges Jeanty
3:00pm to 4:00pm

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Posted by OminousCloud on September 03, 2009 @ 09:33:38 PM in Conventions
Lead writer of Mass Effect 2, Mac Walters, will be making a public appearance at the BioWare booth at PAX this Saturday, September 5th, from 2pm-3pm. Fans can will be able to pick up an exclusive signing card (featured below).

Working closely with Dark Horse and BioWare, Walters will pen the upcoming comic series. “Reading the series won’t just add to your experience of the universe, it will change the way you look at Mass Effect 2 . . . and beyond.”

Mass Effect: Redemption #1 is schedule to be released on January 6th, 2010.

As a special treat, PAX attendees will have the chance to get an exclusive signing card featuring the cover art for issue #2 with a brand-new and soon-to-be-revealed character!



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Posted by OminousCloud on September 01, 2009 @ 09:10:57 PM in News Articles



MILWAUKIE, OR – AUGUST 27, 2009 -- In a partnership that will echo through the cosmos, Lucasfilm, THQ Wireless, and Dark Horse Comics will release Star Wars™ comics to the iPhone mobile platform for the first time ever!

The selection of Star Wars: The Clone Wars Vol. 1 – Shipyards of Doom, Star Wars: Empire Vol. 1 – Betrayal and Star Wars: Legacy Vol. 1 – Broken represents three of the most important time periods in the history of the Star Wars galaxy. The three collections will span the time between the Clone Wars era, the Classic era and the distant future.

Star Wars: Empire Vol. 1 – Betrayal is set just weeks before the events of the original film, Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope, and follows a faction of disgruntled Imperial Officers attempting to overthrow Emperor Palpatine. But the plot is complicated by the emergence of the bounty hunter Boba Fett and by the loyalty of Darth Vader to his dark master. Betrayal will be released in four chapters, written by Scott Allie and drawn by Brian Horton.

Star Wars: Legacy Vol. 1 – Broken takes place more than a century after the events of Star Wars:
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Posted by LadyPSerenity on August 31, 2009 @ 06:18:01 PM in Industry News


Kodansha refused to renew TOKYOPOP's Germany licenses, rumors floated that Kodansha has made it's own entry into the US manga market (no confirmation) and now the official announcement has come from TOKYOPOP that Kodansha has severed ties with them and refuses to renew a number of titles.
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