Writer Zack Whedon has spilled the beans on where the crew of the Serenity will find themselves when Dark Horse releases the sequel comic, subtitled Leaves in the Wind, this January: the crew is on the run (of course), the Alliance is still in charge, Jayne is missing, and Zoe is pregnant. BABY WASH, PEOPLE.
Dark Horse's new Serenity comic miniseries will finally take us past the tragic—and heroic—events of the film. So what can we expect for our slightly smaller group of Big Damn Heroes?
Free Comic Book Day hits comic shops across the land this Saturday, May 5. And for FCBD, Dark Horse Comics is offering a free Star Wars/Serenity doubleheader penned by Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog co-creator Zack Whedon. Courtesy of Dark Horse, here's an exclusive first look.
You may have noticed yesterday that Nathan Fillion tweeted a very dapper portrait of himself as Mal Reynolds from Firefly. This artwork is by Dan Dos Santos, who immortalized the Browncoat for Dark Horse's upcoming Serenity comic for Free Comic Book Day. Dan took io9 through the process of drawing the most charming…
Check out this concept art from Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog: That's the first sketch of Bad Horse, the mastermind of the Evil League of Evil. Costume designer Shawna Trpcic originally read the script and thought Bad Horse was a person.
Television make some inroads into comics this week with appearances from Chloe in Action Comics and Ianto writing a Torchwood tale. Also, more graphic novels than you can shake a stick at!
In upcoming miniseries Terminator 1984, Sarah Connor's just destroyed the time-traveling cyborg that's ruined her week, but the story doesn't end there. No, she must now contend with a shocking revelation from Kyle Reese's comrade-in-arms, Ben. Here's our spoiler-free review.
Zack Whedon's latest comic book, Terminator 2029, comes out today from Dark Horse, and we're seriously hoping this Kyle Reese-centric story can make us forget Terminator Salvation ever existed. Check out the first few pages.
What's hot on the shelves this Wednesday? DC and Marvel wrapping up their big undead crossovers, Zack Whedon from Dr. Horrible penning the adventures of Kyle Reese, and Spidey vs. the Juggernaut. It's Comics We Crave! Aim for the head!
We've been waiting years for the comic book that tells the backstory of Firefly's Shepherd Book, called The Shepherd's Tale. And now it's finally coming out, written by Zack Whedon from a detailed scene-by-scene outline by his brother Joss.
How would you like to own the original artwork to this page from Dark Horse's recent Dr. Horrible comic? Enough to violate your supervillain code, and give to charity? Click through to find out how it could be yours.
Where do singing supervillains come from? A preview of Zack Whedon's Dr. Horrible prequel comic reveals how a childhood incident inspired a brainy kid to don that evil lab coat and goggles.
While we wait for the DVD release of Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog, you can get a small dose of Joss Whedon's world of super-villainy - and discover the secret origin of sidekick Moist - in a brand new webcomic written by Fringe's Zack Whedon.
Aching for more Dr. Horrible? Don't worry, it's on its way - but don't expect to see much more of the titular star any time soon. The next few installments are going to shift their focus towards such lesser lights as Moist, Fake Thomas Jefferson... and maybe even you, dear reader.Horrible co-creator Zack Whedon told…