Sanctuary #1

The arrival of a panda bear at an island research/game reserve threatens to change life for both the animals and the researchers living there.

The Good
I had no idea what to expect from this story about wild animals, but was very pleasantly surprised. It was a lot fun following all of the Sanctuary characters introduced in the first book.  I also really liked howthe animals were designed and the art was nice and clean.

The Bad
I’d love to have seen a book like this in color, but I enjoyed it regardless of that minor detail.

The Summary
This story about the inhabitants of an animal reserve certainly gives us something very interesting to read. The topic itself is also one of its strengths in that pretty much anyone could get into this series...

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The Wait is Over! The True Lives of The Fabulous Killjoys Launches in June 2013!

MILWAUKIE, OR, —In 2009, when Dark Horse first announced a new project from Grammy-nominated frontman turned Eisner-winning comics writer Gerard Way (The Umbrella Academy), the response from music and comics fans alike was overwhelming. Now, Dark Horse is thrilled to announce that Gerard Way, Shaun Simon, and Becky Cloonan’s highly anticipated sci-fi epic will finally see publication in 2013!

Welcome to Battery City, where the disease is the cure!

In My Chemical Romance’s critically acclaimed album Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys, the Killjoys fought against the tyrannical megacorporation Better Living Industries. It cost them their lives, save for one—the mysterious Girl...

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Dark Horse Announces Special $1 First-Issue Reprints of Brian Wood’s The Massive and Matt Kindt’s Mind MGMT!

MILWAUKIE, OR—In 2010, when Dark Horse launched the One for One program, making the first issue of select titles available for the low cover price of $1, the response was overwhelmingly positive from fans and retailers alike. Now, Dark Horse is making two of the biggest launches of 2012 available for less than the price of a cup of coffee!

Brian Wood’s postapocalyptic, eco-conscious epic The Massive has been a critics’ darling since before the first issue even hit stands. The thought-provoking series has garnered consistent praise issue after issue, and will see its first collection released on March 20, 2013.

Similarly, MIND MGMT, Matt Kindt’s electrifying tale of psychic spies and the journalist who stumbles upon their incredible secrets, is expected to make many critics’ top-ten ...

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Stan Lee, Bruce Campbell, Morena Baccarin, Dean Cain Highlight 2013 Wizard World Portland Comic Con Celebrity Roster, Feb. 22-23-24

Also To Feature Michael Rooker, Norman Reedus, James Marsters, Juliet Landau, Superstar Artists Chris Claremont, Carlos Pacheco, Mike Deodato Jr. At Oregon Convention Center

NEW YORK and PORTLAND, Ore. – Comics legend Stan Lee, Evil Dead star Bruce Campbell, “Homeland” headliner Morena Baccarin and “Superman” Dean Cain top the standout lineup of celebrities scheduled to attend Wizard World Portland Comic Con, Feb. 22-24, 2013, at the Oregon Convention Center.  They will be joined by a top-drawer collection of well-known artists and a variety of activities, exhibitors and special attractions in the first event on Wizard World’s 2013 calendar and the first Wizard World event in the “City of Roses.”

Lee is scheduled to attend all three days, while Baccarin will appear...

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Bad Girls #2

What happens when the most evil and powerful female characters in the Grimm Universe join forces?

You’ll find out in this new miniseries that brings together an all star cast of girls that were born to be bad. Baba Yaga, the Goblin Queen, and the Queen of Spades are a titanic trio, but there may be something that stop them in their quest for power…Don’t miss the baddest series in the history of Grimm Fairy Tales.

Picking up where we left off, Sela and Nathan are fighting back a horde of demon creatures that were sent by the Bad Girls to start ravaging the world.  Now chaos spreads across the realms and it looks as though these villainesses finally have the upper hand.  However, there may yet still be hope...

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