After 40 years of genre bending and award-winning content, Wendy and Richard Pini are stepping away from their beloved series, ElfQuest, to take a well-deserved break and to focus on other projects and ventures.
ElfQuest: The Final Quest #24 finds heroes’ journeys that started in the Original Quest coming to their resolutions. Fateful events set in motion last issue continue to have unstoppable consequences, as dire battles are fought on the physical and the spiritual realms. Now decisions must be made that will affect everyone—elves and humans alike— on the World of Two Moons far into the future. Can the Great Wheel of time and history, broken millennia ago, ever be made whole again?
ElfQuest: The Final Quest #24 will be in comics shops on February 28th.
When a lost armada of Roman soldiers arrives a thousand years before Columbus, they don’t seek to conquer and exterminate, but instead set up a cooperative society with the indigenous peoples that radically alters the timeline of the Americas… and the rest of the world.
That’s premise of Dark Horse’s new graphic novel Rome West – from writers Brian Wood and Justin Giampaoli and artist Andrea Mutti.
Blackwood College is far from your average university. Instead of meeting your general education requirements and rushing Kappa Kappa Whatever, you’ll instead find yourself trained in the occult and dealing with an undead dean’s curse, a mischievous two-headed mummy-chimp, and a plague of mutant insects.
Blackwood is a four-issue Dark Horse miniseries from Evan Dorkin and Veronica Fish. Issue #1 will be in comics shops on May 30th.
The adventures of Stan Sakai’s ronin rabbit, Usagi Yojimbo, have been optioned by Gaumont for development as an animated TV series.
The series will be co-produced by Gaumont, Sakai, James Wan’s Atomic Monster, and Dark Horse Entertainment’s Mike Richardson and Keith Goldberg who will serve as executive producers, with Chris Tongue as co-executive producer.
In Shaolin Cowboy: Start Trek, the Shaolin Cowboy walks the action-packed path of three enemies. Those from the past, who still pursue him, those from the future who are waiting for him, and those from the present who find killing him isn’t going to be as easy as he looks.
Dark Horse Books is boldly going where they have never gone before – publishing Geof Darrow’s Shaolin Cowboy: Start Trek and bringing a classic, hard-to-find masterpiece back into print.
Geof Darrow’s Shaolin Cowboy: Start Trek will be in comics shops on July 11th, and in bookstores on July 17th.
Written by Jody Houser (Mother Panic, Faith) and illustrated by Gabriel Guzmán (Star Wars), Dark Horse and Blizzard Entertainment announce StarCraft: Scavengers, a new comic series further exploring the expansive universe of Blizzard’s acclaimed science-fiction real-time strategy game series.
In StarCraft: Scavengers, a group of terrans hopes to pull off the job of their lifetimes: pillaging a derelict protoss ship in a decaying orbit above an uninhabited planet.
StarCraft: Scavengers #1 will be instores on July 25th.
The first Planet of The Apes (1968) film is an adaptation of the French novel La Planète des singes by Pierre Boule. On the road to making the landmark science-fiction classic, 20th Century Fox commissioned Rod Serling to adapt the source material. Serling’s first draft, which was drastically revised before filming, is a radically different vision of the franchise than the one the world has come to know and love.
Now, for the first time in any medium, that vision is fully realized as a graphic novel with Planet of the Apes: Visionaries from acclaimed actor/comedian/writer Dana Gould (The Simpsons) and Chad Lewis (Avengers Origins).
Planet of the Apes: Visionaries will be in stores in August.
A new hardcover book, ACTION COMICS #1000: 80 YEARS OF SUPERMAN, is being published by DC Entertainment as part of its celebration of the one-thousandth issue of ACTION COMICS—the longest continually published comic book of its kind in history, the series that introduced Superman to the world and the title that launched the superhero genre. The collection features a series of essays and iconic Superman stories edited by former DC Publisher Paul Levitz. Most notably, the book includes a never before published 12-page story from original Superman writer Jerry Siegel with art by the Joe Shuster Studio titled “Too Many Heroes.” Continue reading Action Comics 1000 to feature Lost Siegel and Shuster Superman Story!→