Black Hammer #1 Publisher: Dark Horse Comics >Writer: Jeff Lemire Artist: Dean Ormston Colorist: Dave Stewart Genre: Superhero, Science-Fiction, Action/Adventure Publication Date: July 20, 2016 Format: FC, 32 pages; Ongoing Price: $3.99 This week on Comics You Crave, Ryan and Brian check out the new superhero themed comic from Dark Horse Comics, Black Hammer #1. […]
I can not stress enough to everyone I know how good this series is. I have been reading it since day one. Over ten years ago. It still gets me excited when a new issue is about to drop. Robert Kirkman has had me thinking of zombies for over ten years! And, honestly, I’m happy […]
Ah, the Song of Belit isn’t it beautiful to behold upon your ears? Oh, wait, it’s not actually, it’ll basically kill you.
I’ll just straight up admit it, I find myself giving more attention to the comics that Dark Horse puts out than any other. This past week I read the new Star Wars #4, The Massive #10, Sledgehammer 44 #2 and X #0.
Before you sigh and roll your eyes about another WW2, robots and Nazi shenanigans of Mignola and Dark Horse just give this first issue a shot at least.
Continuing in its “one for one” program Dark Horse brings us the first issue of Umbrella Academy. This is the first issue of a six issue arc called Apocalypse Suite. This book is written by Gerard Way, with artwork by Gabriel Bá. Umbrella Academy is the story of seven children who were born under unusual […]
Billy the Kid is back! “Billy” first appeared in 2005 for a four-issue story arc written by Eric Powell and art by Kyle Hotz and published by Dark Horse. Powell and Hotz have joined forces once again to bring us “Billy the Kid’s Old Time Oddities and the Ghastly Fiend of London.”, a new four-issue […]
Mignola is killing me! Something big seems to be coming in the Hellboy universe. Depending on how you look at what is happening, the story could affect every Hellboy associated book. The problem we have is that all we’re getting are more and more puzzle pieces. We can’t even begin to see how they will […]
In the first issue Lord Baltimore rolls into town and begins cleaning up the place almost like Clint Eastwood in a “Man with no Name” movie. We know very little about him and why he hunts vampires. Issue two picks up right where issue one leaves off, he is released from prison and is aboard […]