When Dark Horse Entertainment landed a first look deal at Universal Pictures in 2008, the pact was considered a coup for the comicbook publisher and a faster way to get more of its adaptations up on…
With 35 films and 80 TV shows competing for attention at Comic-Con Intl. in San Diego this year, studios are eager to find any way to stand out among the 130,000 attendees with their properties.
Launching at a time when its pulp competition was focused primarily on spandex-clad superheroes, Oregon-based indie imprint Dark Horse Comics has built its reputation over the past quarter century on…
It's been three years since Dark Horse Entertainment's last film, "Hellboy II: The Golden Army," arrived in theaters. But the studio responsible for "The Mask" and "30 Days of Night" has no shortage…
For celebrities descending on Comic-Con Intl. this week, San Diego's fan-filled convention center can seem a little daunting.
There's no prom at Comic-Con, but if there was, Chris Hardwick could be crowned king.
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Films may have hogged the spotlight at Comic-Con Intl. over the years, but TV shows now far outnumber movies at the fanboy fest.
For film fans, buying an early ticket to Comic-Con -- before Hollywood locks in its presentations -- can be a gamble.
Marvel Studios may seem as Hollywood as it gets, now that it's producing tentpoles like the "Iron Man" franchise, "The Incredible Hulk," "Thor," "Captain America" and "The Avengers." But the company…
The overcrowding of Comic-Con in San Diego is starting to have a positive effect on San Francisco sister event WonderCon, with the latter becoming more attractive to the entertainment biz as an…
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