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Exclusive: Roberto Ricci and David Aja’s Cyberpunk 2077: Blackout #2 covers revealed!

It hurts. Night City hurts. The suffering runs deep and the deeper one falls, the longer the self-prescribed dreams play. Fortune, hope, love —all made possible by DMS technology. But not everyone desires a happy ending. A braindance repairman discovers that the answer to pain . . . comes in a blackout.

Explore the darkest parts of Night City in Dark Horse Comic‘s next series from the world of Cyberpunk 2077, Cyberpunk 2077: Blackout! Writer Bartosz Sztybor is joined by artist Robert Ricci, colorist Fabiana Mascolo, and letterer Frank Cvetkovic

We have the exclusive reveal of Robert Ricci and David Aja‘s cover for Cyberpunk 2077: Blackout #2.

Cyberpunk 2077: Blackout #2

Writer: Bartosz Sztybor
Penciller/Inker: Roberto Ricci
Colorist: Fabiana Mascolo
Letterer: Frank Cvetkovic
Cover artist: Roberto Ricci
Variant Cover: David Aja
On sale: 7/6/22

Arturo’s heist scheme is set in motion—all he needs is a team—a trusted cyberpunk, the best driver in Night City, and an unlikely ally within one of the city’s most corrupt institutions. Choices have consequences, but this time, the choice is his.

The Stories of Night City Continue in Cyberpunk 2077: Blackout

Explore the darkest parts of Night City in Dark Horse Comic‘s next series from the world of Cyberpunk 2077, Cyberpunk 2077: Blackout! Writer Bartosz Sztybor is joined by artist Robert Ricci, colorist Fabiana Mascolo, and letterer Frank Cvetkovic. Featuring variant covers by Max Fiumara.

It hurts. Night City hurts. The suffering runs deep and the deeper one falls, the longer the self-prescribed dreams play. Fortune, hope, love —all made possible by DMS technology. But not everyone desires a happy ending. A braindance repairman discovers that the answer to pain . . . comes in a blackout.

Cyberpunk 2077: Blackout #1 (of 4) will be available at comic stores on June 1, 2022.

Cyberpunk 2077: Blackout #1

David Dastmalchian’s Count Crowley Returns in March 2022

David Dastmalchian and Lukas Ketner, along with Lauren Affe and Frank Cvetkovic, return to the fan-favorite horror series Count Crowley! Jerri Bartman returns, a reluctant monster hunter no more and ready to embrace her newfound job as Count Crowley: Amateur Midnight Monster Hunter!      

It’s been a hell of a week for Jerri Bartman. She lost her job, crashed her car, took the only gig available hosting the midnight monster show, and…oh yeah—dismembered a zombie. No big deal. Now, to protect the people she loves, she’s going to have to take a crash course in monster hunting. And quickly—a vengeful vampire just booked a first-class flight into town.

Hot off of two of the biggest films of the year The Suicide Squad and Dune, David Dastmalchian returns to his hit comic series with a brand-new storyline to continue Jerri Bartman’s harrowing journey into the unknown!

Count Crowley: Amateur Midnight Monster Hunter #1 will be in comic shops March 23, 2022.

Count Crowley: Amateur Midnight Monster Hunter #1

Dark Horse to Publish an Errand Boys Collection

Errand Boys by D.J. Kirkbride, Nikos Koutsis, and Frank Cvetkovic is being collected at Dark Horse Comics for the first time ever.      

A runner for a shady errand—and sometimes shifty smuggling—service finds an unexpected partner in his half-human, teenage half-brother! 

In the future, a decent job is tough to find, especially if you’re a hard-worn scoundrel with commitment issues. But there’s one position that’s always open—an errand runner. Jace is a lifelong solo act handling miscellaneous tasks that are often dangerous, and rarely legal, for the most questionable of clients. But when his thirteen-year-old half-human half-brother comes to live with him, he’s got two mouths to feed and this is the only one way he knows how to put money on the table. Between evading the law, running from angry aliens, and jumping off skyscrapers, can Jace survive being a big brother? Navigating to the furthest depths of the solar system, the only thing weirder than the vastness of space is family.

You can outrun monsters, but you can’t outrun duty!

Errand Boys trade paperback will be in comic shops April 13, 2022 and in bookstores April 26, 2022. It is available for pre-order on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and at your local comic shop and bookstore. Errand Boys will retail for $19.99 and it collects Errand Boys #1-#5.

Errand Boys

The Airless Year is a Story of Self-Discovery and Empowerment

From Eisner and Harvey Award-winning editor and writer Adam P. Knave, celebrated Portland-based artist Valentine Barker, and letters by Frank Cvetkovic, comes an all-new LGBTQ+ story for young adults, The Airless Year! It’s a story of self-discovery and empowerment about taking control where you can, and learning to let the rest go.

For Kacee, a queer Black girl in middle school, everything feels like a struggle. When she fails a class as a result of her stress and ends up in summer school, she starts to wonder why she even bothers trying–and ultimately begins to discover her own power to improve the things in her life she can control, and try to let go of what she can’t.

The Airless Year is out from Dark Horse Comics June 8, 2022.

The Airless Year

Read the First Issue of Necromancer Bill for Free!

Darby Pop Publishing has posted the first issue of Necromancer Bill on their site to read for free in time for Halloween. The horror-comedy series is by writer Robert Menegus, art by David Brame, with color by Gabriel Roldan, and lettering by Frank Cvetkovic.

“Pet Sematary” meets every Seth Rogen movie ever made as a regular schlub (Bill) is accidentally granted the power of necromancy. In other words, Bill can now raise the dead — which proves not to be as much fun as it sounds. Oh… and did we mention that Bill’s “tutor” is Larry — a talking raven with a substance abuse problem?

In the first issue:

Bill is just a regular schlub who loves gardening and resents being brow-beaten by his ex. When an arcane ritual-gone-wrong accidentally grants Bill the power to reanimate the dead, he is assigned a “mentor” in the form of Larry — a ne’er-do-well raven with a substance abuse problem. And then things go awry.

Necromancer Bill Vol. 1

Cyberpunk 2077 is Coming to Comics

Immerse yourself in the world of CD PROJEKT RED’s highly anticipated new game with the new comic mini-series Cyberpunk 2077: Trauma Team from writer Cullen Bunn, artist Miguel Valderrama, colorist Jason Wordie and letterer Frank Cvetkovic beginning September 2020!

Cyberpunk 2077: Trauma Team welcomes you into a world a deceit, greed, and desolation. Nadia, a citizen of Night City and the sole survivor of a failed rescue mission for the Trauma Team International corporation. After she agrees to continue work for an upcoming extraction mission, Nadia and her new team find themselves in an even more dangerous and life-threatening situation. Soon they’ll discover Trauma Team is not what it seems.

Cyberpunk 2077: Trauma Team #1 (of 4) arrives September 9, 2020 and can be pre-ordered from your local comic shop. To fill your Night City needs in the meantime, The World of Cyberpunk 2077, the comprehensive Cyberpunk 2077 art book, arrives July 28, 2020. Pre-order now wherever books are sold.

Cyberpunk 2077: Trauma Team #1

Preview: Supermom: Expecting Trouble Volume 1


Writer(s): Gordon Mclean
Artist Name(s): Caio Oliveira (Pencils and inks), Fahriza Kamaputra (Colors), Frank Cvetkovic (letters)
Cover Artist(s): Caio Oliveira (Pencils and inks), Fahriza Kamaputra (Colors)
128 pgs./ T / FC

Superhero Voltra is out to stop her arch nemesis Vincent Croupe from trying to take over the world. There’s just one problem: she’s pregnant… and he’s the father. Cue the world’s strongest mother versus the world’s evilest father fighting over the fate of mankind and their child. If that’s not enough there’s also terrifying monkey clowns, giant flesh monsters, pyromaniac romantics, a superhero baby shower, the fact that the baby might be taking after daddy and 100 other problems for Voltra to survive in this action comedy filled with big laughs, crazy fights and a shocking twist or two.

Action Lab’s Adventure Finders: The Edge of Empire and Supermom: Expecting Trouble are Out March 4


Writer(s): Rod Espinosa
Artist Name(s): Rod Espinosa
Cover Artist Name(s): Rod Espinosa
124 pgs./ T / FC

Having survived their first small encounter with the mountain torbulds, Clari and her friends finally reach the city of Bridge Town and find it in a state of war. Remembering her promise to her friend Mecomi, Clari prepares to escort the orphans back to the safety of the mountain village. They ride with a massive caravan of 20,000 sponsored by Lord Justinius Biverius, who is to take up a cushy post guarding Good River, Clari’s hometown.

Little do they know, the caravan is about to run into terrible danger!



Writer(s): Gordon Mclean
Artist Name(s): Caio Oliveira (Pencils and inks), Fahriza Kamaputra (Colors), Frank Cvetkovic (letters)
Cover Artist(s): Caio Oliveira (Cover A), Tanya Roberts (Cover B)
24 pgs./ T / FC

Superhero Voltra is out to stop her archnemesis from taking over the planet. There’s just one problem: she’s pregnant… and he’s the father. Cue the world’s strongest mother fighting the world’s evilest father over the fate of both the world and their unborn child in this action-comedy filled with big laughs, crazy fights, shocking twists and (most importantly) evil monkey clowns. What more do you need?


Preview: Phillip Sevy’s Triage Debuts in September

This September, Phillip Sevy will release his first creator-owned comic as writer, artist, and colorist: Triage, published by Dark Horse Comics. After providing art on series ranging from Tomb Raider (Dark Horse Comics) to The Freeze (Image Comics), this new project allows the creator to channel the tale of a struggling nurse, an airborne superhero, and a post-apocalyptic survivor, who meet in a science-fiction blockbuster that spans multiple realities. These figures collide as a ruthless machine hunts these women down, threatening the fabric of time and space. 

Evie Pierce, a nurse going through an identity crisis, finds herself with Orbit, a sassy superhero, and Marco, a hardened post-apocalyptic commander, in a quest to survive,” Sevy explains. “They have been targeted by Hunter—a killer bent on destroying them. If they die, all existence ceases to be. They have to band together to stay alive, discover what they mean to each other, why they’re important, and how to stop the Hunter and save the universe.

Triage holds personal significance for Sevy, who uses the narrative to explore the seismic shifts he encountered throughout his adulthood. Sevy began his professional journey crunching numbers in a cubicle as a finance manager at a major bank before finding release in sequential art. More recently, he reevaluated his fundamental religious upbringing, enduring “a painfully difficult process that left me with no sense of self, identity, worth, anything. I had to build a new identity and life from scratch, basically.”

Sevy navigates that mercurial sense of identity and rebirth through his trio of protagonists, while also injecting heart-pounding action.

Triage #1
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