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!→
The popular anthropomorphic retelling of a certain Martian invasion, Wild’s End, coming to a conclusion in Wild’s End Vol. 3: Journey’s End.
Despite the military’s best efforts, the alien invaders have seized a firm grip on the world. Cities have been invaded and the countryside overrun, leaving little hope for humanity’s resistance. With few options left, the survivors will need to look to the very people they once feared to make a last ditch effort to turn the tide of the war.
Wild’s End Vol. 3: Journey’s End will be in stores in June.
Black Mask Studios has set two new Black titles for its first releases of 2018.
Black [AF]: America’s Sweetheart finds adoptee Eli Franklin, a fifteen-year old girl, donning a costume to give people hope, but even as Good Girl, she finds it will take more than that to make a difference.
Black [AF]: Widows and Orphans features Anansi and Hoodrat investigating a human trafficking ring that will take them across the globe and bring them face-to-face with dark pasts of abuse, child soldiers, and families torn apart.
In the decades since the RoboCop program first began, corporations have taken over public services and the government—and law enforcement is the biggest private contract of all. Traditional police forces no longer exist as all citizens are encouraged—and rewarded—to spy on their neighbors.
There is only one authority on the streets: ROBOCOP.
ROBOCOP: citizen’s Arrest #1 will be in comics shops in april.