Panels, signings, swag, and a coloring wall… a COLORING WALL (???)… are among the Dark Horse’s plans for Comic-Con International 2018. Comic Con International 2018 will take place July 19th–22nd at the San Diego Convention Center, in San Diego, CA.
Tag: Frank Miller
Xerxes: The Fall of the House of Darius and the Rise of Alexander follows Persian King Xerxes as he sets out to conquer the world to avenge his father Darius’s defeat and create an empire unlike anything the world has ever seen . . . Until the hardy Greeks produce a god king of their […]
It’s been 25 years since Dark Horse Comics released Frank Miller’s Sin City: The Hard Goodbye on an unsuspecting world. It was Miller’s first attempt at creating a comic with absolutely no constraints and went on to be considered a seminal entry in comic book noir. To celebrate this anniversary, Dark Horse has announced Frank […]
Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot are getting the deluxe hardcover treatment from Dark Horse Comics. The series, from Frank Miller and Geof Darrow, recounted the adventures of the giant American robot, Big Guy, and his Japanese-made sidekick, Rusty the Boy Robot – and was so popular it became an animated TV series. Big Guy […]
When Sin City came out, seemingly eons ago, the idea of a film being almost entirely CG was something that hadn’t really been done to such an extent. It was visually groundbreaking, technologically breathtaking, and for fans of film noir, exhilarating. A Dame To Kill for is still visually arresting and mega-noir, but its impact […]
Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller return to Sin City for Sin City: A Dame To Kill For. Taken from Miller’s Sin City graphic novels, the sequel to the innovative Sin City boasts a killer cast and, now, a killer trailer. Check it out after the jump. Sin City: A Dame To Kill For will be […]
In a summer during the early-to-mid sixties, I surreptitiously acquired a copy of a specific issue of Playboy – not for the pictures, though those were nice, but for an essay on The Great Comic Book Heroes, by Jules Feiffer. It was about comic characters from the Golden Age of Comics [approximately 1939-1946 – your […]