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Dark Horse’s Creepy Magazine Celebrates 50th Anniversary!

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Uncle Creepy has been scaring kids of all ages from the pages of Creepy Magazine for fifty years! To celebrate this horrific occasion, Dark Horse has assembled stories from Fred Van Lente (Conan the Avenger), Corinna Bechko (Star Wars: Legacy), Peter Bagge (Bat Boy), and Art Baltazar (Itty Bitty Hellboy) – and promised a ‘horrible host of sinister surprises.’

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Dark Horse Unveils Comic-Con 2014 Plans!


With less than a week to go, Dark Horse has released its schedule of events – panels (more than a dozen) and signings (more than 50!) – for Comic-Con 2014. Who says Comic-Con isn’t about comics anymore?

Sure there are the TV and movie-related panels (The Strain and A Dame To Kill for, for example), but there plenty for the comics fan – if you’re curious about the business, there are panels on How to Break Into the Business and Stay In (4pm, Thursday, Room 30CDE), or if you have a genre favorite, there’s Drawing on Your Nightmares: Modern Horror in Comics (1pm, Thursday, Room 23ABC). Hellboy fan? Spotlight on Mike Mignola (Friday, 12:30 pm, Room 23ABC). Emily Strange? How about The Emily the Strange Panel (10am, Sunday, Room 32AB). And that’s just a taste.

For a complete list of Dark Horse panels and signings, follow the jump.

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