What are the best Dark Horse Comics graphic novels to read? Here is a list of 59 for you

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Dark Horse Comics is one of the most well-known comic book companies in the United States, and it will always have a special place in the hearts of fans and creators because it was one of the first prominent publishers to advocate creator-owned content. They now publish a combination of original stories by some of the top writers in the industry, as well as licensed comics based on settings created in films, television shows, and video games such as The Terminator, Stranger Things, and Tom Clancy’s The Division.

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Our List:

  1. The Terminator: 2029-1984: by Zack Whedon
  2. Baltimore, Vol. 1: The Plague Ships: by Mike Mignola
  3. Harrow County, Vol. 1: Countless Haints: by Cullen Bunn
  4. Hellboy, Vol. 8: Darkness Calls: by Mike Mignola
  5. Aliens 30th Anniversary: The Original Comics Series: by Mark Verheiden
  6. Black Hammer, Vol. 1: Secret Origins: by Jeff Lemire
  7. B.P.R.D., Vol. 4: The Dead: by Mike Mignola
  8. B.P.R.D., Vol. 7: Garden of Souls: by Mike Mignola
  9. B.P.R.D., Vol. 3: Plague of Frogs: by Mike Mignola
  10. Baltimore, Vol. 2: The Curse Bells: by Mike Mignola
  11. The Life and Times of Martha Washington in the Twenty-First Century: by Frank Miller
  12. Star Wars: Crimson Empire: by Mike Richardson
  13. Frank Miller’s Sin City: The Hard Goodbye – Curator’s Collection: by Frank Miller
  14. Joe Golem: Occult Detective, Vol. 1: The Rat Catcher and the Sunken Dead: by Mike Mignola
  15. Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Tarzan: The Land That Time Forgot: by Russ Manning
  16. The Unauthorized Tarzan: by Joe Gill
  17. Grendel: Behold the Devil: by Matt Wagner
  18. Hard Looks: Adapted Stories: by Andrew Vachss
  19. Tarzan/John Carter – Warlords of Mars: by Bruce Jones
  20. Complete Concrete: by Paul Chadwick
  21. Judge Dredd vs. Aliens: Incubus: by John Wagner
  22. Batman/Grendel: by Matt Wagner
  23. Dr. Horrible, Best Friends Forever: by Joss Whedon
  24. Colder, Vol. 1: by Paul Tobin
  25. Fray: by Joss Whedon
  26. Grendel: Black, White, and Red: by Matt Wagner
  27. Grendel: Devil by the Deed: by Matt Wagner
  28. Grendel: Warchild: by Matt Wagner
  29. B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth, Vol. 15: Cometh the Hour: by Mike Mignola
  30. Grendel vs. The Shadow: by Matt Wagner
  31. B.P.R.D., Vol. 10: The Warning: by Mike Mignola
  32. Baltimore, Vol. 5: The Apostle and the Witch of Harju: by Mike Mignola
  33. B.P.R.D., Vol. 8: Killing Ground: by Mike Mignola
  34. B.P.R.D.: Plague of Frogs 3: by Mike Mignola
  35. B.P.R.D., Vol. 5: The Black Flame: by Mike Mignola
  36. B.P.R.D., Vol. 1: Hollow Earth and Other Stories: by Mike Mignola
  37. John Byrne’s Next Men Book 1: by John Byrne
  38. The Apocalypse Suite (The Umbrella Academy, #1): by Gerard Way
  39. Indiana Jones Omnibus, Vol. 1: by William Messner-Loebs
  40. Steeple: by John Allison
  41. Concrete, Volume 7: The Human Dilemma: by Paul Chadwick
  42. Bigs and Tiny #1: by Ramel Hill
  43. The World of Edena: by Mœbius
  44. The Steam Man of the Prairie and the Dark Rider Get Down: by Joe R. Lansdale
  45. The Goon Library Volume 1: by Eric Powell
  46. Aliens: Nightmare Asylum: by Mark Verheiden
  47. Koshchei the Deathless: by Mike Mignola
  48. Dark Horse Maverick: Happy Endings: by Diana Schutz
  49. Dark Horse: Twenty Years of Comics: by Mike Richardson
  50. Hellboy Volume 9: The Wild Hunt: by Mike Mignola
  51. The Mask Omnibus, Volume 1 (The Mask Omnibus, #1): by John Arcudi
  52. Mr. Higgins Comes Home: by Mike Mignola
  53. Nexus Omnibus Volume 1: by Mike Baron
  54. The Adventures of Superhero Girl: by Faith Erin Hicks
  55. Nexus Archives, Vol. 1: by Mike Baron
  56. House of Penance: by Peter J. Tomasi
  57. Art of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe: by Tim Seeley
  58. Star Wars: Dark Empire: by Tom Veitch
  59. Tarzan/John Carter – Warlords of Mars: by Bruce Jones

Currently Dark Horse Comics is Reportedly Looking to Sell to a Hollywood Studio. Lucas Shaw, a Bloomberg entertainment industry reporter, revealed the data in a newsletter devoted to production companies selling their intellectual property to huge corporations. Shaw stated, “Add comic book publisher Dark Horse Comics to the list.” “According to people familiar with the situation, the corporation is working with an adviser to assess options, which might include a sale. Dark Horse’s publicist could not be reached for comment.”

The Bloomberg newsletter cites Endeavor, which sold its studio unit Endeavor Content to South Korean media group CJ ENM in November, as an example of other companies following a similar strategy. Endeavor Content is responsible for co-producing episodes like Hulu’s Normal People. Bagdasarian Productions, the company that owns Alvin and the Chipmunks, is also “fielding proposals” from several firms and said in early November that it will sell the singing rodents for $300 million, with ViacomCBS mentioned as a buyer. Dark Horse Comics announced in June that it would create video games based on its titles through a digital branch dubbed Dark Horse Games.

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