The Girl in the Bay #1 Review: Dead Isn’t Always Dead

By Nolan P. Smith Death isn’t always the end, as years of comic books, movies, novels and more have led us to believe. For Kathrine Sartori, death didn’t mean death; it meant something far more exciting and puzzling: that’s the premise for Dark Horse Comics latest Berger Books release, The Girl in the Bay. From…Read moreRead more

The Out of This World Moonshadow Comes to Dark Horse

By Staff Reports America’s First Fully Painted Graphic Novel, Moonshadow, has a new home at Dark Horse! Known as America’s first fully painted graphic novel, the poetic, philosophical, and groundbreaking Moonshadow gets a deluxe hardcover treatment available Spring 2019. This definitive edition with over 500 pages includes a new introduction by creator J.M. DeMatteis, as…Read moreRead more

Dive Into the Deep End With Berger Books The Girl In The Bay

By Staff Reports As revealed at the “Berger Books: The Second Wave” panel at New York Comic Con, The Girl in the Bay is the latest addition to the critically acclaimed Berger Books imprint at Dark Horse Comics. Eisner Award-winning writer J.M. DeMatteis (Brooklyn Dreams, Seekers into the Mystery, Impossible, Incorporated) and acclaimed artist Corin…Read moreRead more