DARK HORSE TO PUBLISH “NOTES ON A CASE OF MELANCHOLIA, OR: A LITTLE DEATH”

MILWAUKIE, Ore.   Death arrives in this darkly humorous and brilliantly illustrated tale created by Nicholas Gurewitch, author of The Perry Bible Fellowship Almanack! Notes on a Case of Melancholia, or: A Little Death is a tale of fatherhood, death, and psychoanalysis. Dark Horse’s updated edition of Gurewitch’s wildly successful Kickstarter project is set to go on sale in March 2020. 


In Notes on a Case of Melancholia, or: A Little Death, Death becomes a patient of a recently-bereaved psychoanalyst...

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Chuck’s Raw Reviews: Angels of Hell

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THE LIFE AND DEATH OF TOYO HARADA TPB

THE LIFE AND DEATH OF TOYO HARADA CoverWicked! The world of Valiant’s Harbinger is so much more complicated than I gave it credit as you will find in the enormous trade paperback The Life and Death of Toyo Harada. It’s a big read, hence my delay, and completely worth it.

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Kickstarter/Indiegogo Spotlight: Machina Corpse Unearthed

Free and Emond are creating Machina Corpse’s First Offerings themselves to lay our foundation. In addition to helping build our company, you’ll receive our First Offerings, a 36 page comic book, with 12 pages by Free, 12 by Emond, and another 12 of bonus art, behind the scenes information and a look to the future of Machine Corpse. This will be available as a PDF and print comic, and we’ll be offering other incentives as well.

In Lonely, BK, Seline struggles with relationships, friends, the city, and being a hungry vampire. And in 1983, Emond offers a prequel to an upcoming graphic novel involving a failing family and a demon that nests in broken souls.

First Offerings will be available before the end of the year.

This Kickstarter won’t be though, so jump on board today!

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Monster Planet

Written by Joe Brusha
Artwork by Marcelo Mueller
Coloured by Maxflan Araujo
Lettered by Taylor Esposito
Edited by Kellee Supplee
Art Direction & Design by Christopher Cote
Published by Zenescope Entertainment

Mankind has all but been wiped out, decimated by a virus that turns us into primal beasts. Only a handful of humans are left struggling to survive in a hostile world. But scientists among them have discovered a way to cure the virus. To save us they must call on monsters of our nightmares—vampires, werewolves and worse—who hold the key to the cure. Now, one team is in a race against time to find the lord of the vampires and convince him to help save the thing he despises most…man.

Upon seeing the front cover of this first issue, immediately I was excited by what this story ...

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