This week, Honor Harrington made her return to comic books in Tales of Honor: Bred To Kill, with a whole new adventure to fight her way out of. To celebrate, Top Cow and Image have release a short new trailer to celebrate, and— wait, is Honor fighting a giant space-bear thing!?
The third and final comic prequel ahead of Honor Harrington’s return to comics is here — but this week, it’s all about Honor’s faithful companion, Nimitz the Treecat. io9 is proud to present the finale of Facets of Honor, The Deep Woods!
Captain Honor Harrington returns to comic books next month — but before she does, a team of female creatives is bringing the character life through a series of short prequel comics. io9 is proud to exclusively unveil the second story in Facets of Honor, Mended!
David Weber’s interstellar Naval officer Honor Harrington is coming back to comic books next month — but before that, a team of female creatives is coming together to write three prequel webcomics starring Honor. io9 is proud to exclusively unveil Facet of Honor’s first story, Cubs!
Honor Harrington: Officer in the Royal Manticoran Navy of the 401st century, tactical genius, and star of 13 best-selling scifi/military books by David Weber. Now Honor comes to conquer comics with help from Image and Top Cow. (Read our exclusive interview with Weber.) But Honor's tale isn't the only scifi epic in…
Do you like Dexter? Then you'll probably like Larime Taylor's A Voice in the Dark much, much more. It's the tale of a young college student named Zoey, whose desire to kill keeps getting stronger — but can hosting a radio show for people to share their darkest secrets keep her urges at bay? It's a wonderful…
Comic book fans hit the floor at NYCC's Javits Center, eager to put the "comic" in Comic Con. From classics like Spawn to TV adaptations like True Blood to up-and-comers like The Outfit, here's convention-goers most wanted comics.
A futuristic green-haired sexbot-assassin who gains awareness and goes looking for her origins in 3-D? All Aphrodite IX needs is Brett Ratner to direct, and it may be the perfect Saturday night mindless multiplex movie.
While some critics may bemoan Timur Bekmambetov's movie adaptation of Wanted a beautifully-filmed piece of misogyny, they're apparently unaware that the movie's casual hatred and disdain for women is simply a more targeted version of the contempt that the original comic had for its own readers. Under the jump, two of…