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Dark Horse Presents #7 Review

With a title like Dark Horse Presents #7 – also it’s 200th issue – it’s difficult to summarise. After all, this issue has 80 pages of comics spread across various titles, writers and artists. You’re definately getting your money’s worth, but it also depends on how much of what’s inside is to your tastes. The […]

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Dark Horse Presents #31 Review

What will the series that introduced Hellboy have to offer next? Read on to find out in this Dark Horse Presents #31 review. The official description from Dark Horse: In a direct follow-up to the uberpopular Hellboy in Mexico, Mike Mignola and Mick McMahon tell another tale set south of the border, in which . […]

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Dark Horse Presents #29 Review

There are a few trends to point out in this month’s Dark Horse Presents. Of the ten stories in this issue, six of them have creators pulling double duty as both writer and artist, so, in theory, we’re getting a lot of exceptionally pure artistic visions, coming straight from the brain to the page, and from […]

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Dark Horse Presents #28 Review

If you’re a fan of classic anthology shows like The Twilight Zone, The Outer Limits, or Alfred Hitchcock Presents, then Dark Horse Presents is the book for you. If you’re not a fan of those shows, then you’ve probably never watched them. Comics’ favorite anthology is back with its twenty-eighth issue. Here’s the official description: Read a new tale, written and illustrated […]

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Dark Horse Presents #27

If you’ve only got eight bucks to spend on comics, this is where you put it. The industry’s premier anthology series, Dark Horse Presents always promises to show you something new. It is THE best place to discover new creators. Issue #27 brings us the conclusions to three different stories. Here’s the official description from Dark Horse: David […]

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Dark Horse Presents # 25 Review

It’s time for another installment of the comics industry’s premier anthology series, Dark Horse Presents. When I read the solicits and saw what this issue would have, I was pretty dang excited. To show you what I mean, here’s the official description of DHP #25, from Dark Horse: After training with Buffy, Billy the vampire slayer heads back […]

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Dark Horse Presents #23

Correction: It was pointed out to me by the wonderful Shannon Wheeler that “Villain House” is a free-standing story, even though it’s third in a series. While I understood the story with no problem, I had missed part one and didn’t know if this issue’s installment was building on it. This month’s issue of DHP is heavy […]

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Black Beetle: No Way Out #3 Review

No artist draws pulp like Francesco Francavilla, and if The Black Beetle: No Way Out #3 is any indication, he writes pulp just as well as he draws it. This issue was my first chance to check out the miniseries, but that didn’t stop me from enjoying it. Here’s the description from Dark Horse: Under the watchful gaze of the […]

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Dark Horse Presents #22 Review

I love anthologies. Not just in comics, but in books, tv, film. They’re a great way to quickly and cheaply find new creators and stories that you might love. Anthologies are completely underrated, and it’s a shame they don’t find more footing. That said, Dark Horse Presents #22 is the first time I’ve read this series, so keep that in […]

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