Tag Archive for Dark Horse Comics

Alice in Wonderland

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Have you ever pondered, “How is a raven like a writing desk?” It’s not something Alice had ever wondered until she fell down a rabbit hole, grew and shrank by eating and drinking, and found herself at a tea party…

Grandville, vol. 3: Bete Noire

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The story of Grandville continues in the third volume of the adventures of Detective-Inspector Lebrock of Scotland Yard. If you aren’t familiar with the world of Grandville, it is a deeply engrossing “scientific-romance thriller,” as the subtitle says. Grandville is…

Domovoi

Living in Stockholm in the middle of last century, Jeannie is seemingly content with a normal job as a waitress, but she’s quite aware that her life differs from others, living as she does with a talking cat and a…

Nexus Omnibus vol. 1

Deep in space, on the planet Ylum, a figure sleeps and dreams. Emerging from his chamber, he speeds through space to deliver justice and death to the criminals of the universe. It is Nexus! Feared and revered, Nexus is something…

Alabaster: Wolves

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Caitlin Kiernan’s dark stories of a paranormal South are brought to life in this introductory graphic adaptation. I had not previously read the stories this graphic novel is based on. I waited to read them until after I’d read the…

The Adventures of Superhero Girl

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Three cheers for Superhero Girl! She has incredible strength, inhuman toughness, and the ability to leap over “any building shorter than eleven stories”. She’s got a cape and a mask. Now, if she can just find a proper nemesis and…

Blade of the Immortal, vols. 1-26

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Fugitive swordsman Manji is tired of living with regrets, without purpose, and without any foreseeable end in sight, due to his body’s mysterious ability to repair itself. Told by his wizened one-time benefactor that taking the lives of 1000 evil…

Classic Fantastic: Fear Agent

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Out of all of the Classic Fantastic’s that we’ve got in our queue, Fear Agent is a relatively fresh title. It only concluded slightly shy of two years ago. While that might make you think our vetting process is light,…

Battlepug, vol. 1

What do you do when your two talking dogs want wildly different bedtime stories? Well, if you’re mysterious storyteller Moll, you tell them the tale of the Warrior and the Battlepug, a story with enough cute, puggish antics to satisfy…

Dotter of Her Father’s Eyes

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This winner of the 2012 Costa Award (UK) for best biography delineates the life of two women, circumstantially connected through author James Joyce. The narrator, Mary Talbot, scholar and wife of her co-author — well-known comic book creator Bryan Talbot…