While Marvel is ending some of their biggest runs, and DC launches a new year of the New 52, the title we’re most excited about this week is GHOST #1 from Kelly Sue DeConnick and Phil Noto. The Dark Horse book follows right up on the serialized story from Dark Horse Presents, but DeConnick ably gets you right into the weird tale of a woman with possibly supernatural powers, the ghost hunters helping her out, and the weirdest box since "Hellraiser." Plus, Noto’s art and command of characters is fab. If you’re looking for a new title to jump on board, this is the one.

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Slipknot/Stone Sour's Corey Taylor joined MTV Geek's Steven Smith during New York Comic-Con to talk about his latest project: a comic tie-in to his band's upcoming concept album, "House of Gold And Bones." With the first half of the album on sale next week, Taylor visited the MTV Geek booth to tell us a little more about the comic, which is on the way in April of next year.

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Stop right here if you've missed the last few "Hellboy" minis: in this conversation with MTV Geek's Steven Smith at New York Comic-Con, series creator, writer, and artist Mike Mignola talks about the end of the character and a new beginning in the new year.

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Dark Horse and Bioware hope you're ready for a deep dive into the Mass Effect universe with their New York Comic Con announcement of a 2013 collection bringing together the previous miniseries, shorts, and digital comics in a hardcover library edition.

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Halloween is right around the corner and while everyone's doing their best to look like a deteriorating member of the undead, I'll be dressing up as the one thing the undead horde truly fears – The Goon! With a feature film on the way (hopefully!) from creator Eric Powell there's never been a better time to show your love for The Goon, and this mask is just what the zombie doctor ordered.

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Last week, we reported the news that Guillermo del Toro's novel turned comic "The Strain" would be coming to TV. Well, looks like you can watch it a bit earlier than that: starting tomorrow, Felicia Day's Geek & Sundry channel will start serializing a Dark Horse Motion Comic based on the book.

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Looks like with the last week of September, comics have finally gotten their groove back; or at least, there’s a LOT of comics being released this week… Kicking off with one of the most anticipated titles of the Fall, TALON #0. Spinning out of the highly successful “Court of Owls” storyline from Batman, this is the first new character from DC we’ve seen in a good long while, and one that actually has a short of sticking around. So, that’s exciting.

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Dark Horse Comics has released 3 "NY Times" best-selling trades that tell the story linking the end of "Avatar: The Last Airbender" to the wildly popular follow-up "The Legend of Korra" titled "Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Promise." And now the company is set to unleash a fancy hardcover "library edition." No details are available at this time but we can assume this sucker will collect the 3 TPB's and some bonus goodies and whatnots.

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The writing-art team of Juan Diaz Canales and Junajo Guardino's "Blacksad" gets a second English-language volume in the U.S. thanks to Dark Horse. The publisher released the first volume of hard-boiled crime stories back in 2010 featuring the post-WWII anthropomorphic animal detective stories featuring the titular feline lead in the Blacksad. Over the summer, that volume was joined by "A Silent Hell" which, if I'm reading the copyright correctly, was originally released in Europe back in 2003 by original publisher Dargaud.

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It’s week two of Zero Month, which means we officially don’t understand numbers anymore. But we do understand DC will probably dominate the market again, particularly with a strong slew of bat-books. That’s led by BATMAN #0, which will flash back to the time period around Batman: Year One, but also includes BATGIRL #0 and BATMAN AND ROBIN #0.

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"Buffy" writer Jane Espenson and co-creator Brad Bell's gay marriage comedy web series "Husbands" is coming to comics thanks to Dark Horse. Espenson and Bell will write the six-issue digital mini-series with Ron Chan on art.

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Winter is coming, and while the men and women in HBO's "Game of Thrones" series freak out over it, our friends at Dark Horse are using that time to continue developing their line of collectibles based on the show. Slated for February is a statue based on Tyrion Lannister as he led the charge through the army of King Stannis, after *SPOILER* King Joffrey punked out and hid with his mommy in the safety of the castle. This statue looks incredibly detailed and show-accurate and I can't wait to see what the future holds for Dark Horse's "GoT" collectibles line. For now, check out the full shot of the statue, along with info about its creation and eventual release!

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New volumes of Chi's Sweet Home and CLAMP's Gate 7 await us this week; JManga has some never-seen-before titles in a variety of genres, and One Peace Books gets us back to school in style with a handful of manga adaptations of classic novels.

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Fan-favorite artist Francesco Francavilla brings back the pulp with a series of comics from Dark Horse featuring his Black Beetle character. First up is "The Black Beetle" #0 in December, which collects the three-part story entitled Night Shift that originally appeared in the pages of Eisner–winning "Dark Horse Presents." Then the 4-issue mini-series "The Black Beetle: No Way Out" will start in January, featuring a brand-new story arc about Francavilla's pulp-inspired hero.

The "Black Beetle" comics will also bring back the lost art of the letters page, and Francavilla & Dark Horse have put a call out for thoughts, comments and questions that can be sent to blackbeetle[at]darkhorse[dot]com for publication consideration. Read More...

After a light couple of weeks, we’re finally getting a big Wednesday at the comic book store, led by potential juggernaut JUSTICE LEAGUE #12. That’s where Superman and Wonder Woman first start dating, Justice League of America gets teased, and the entire next year of Justice League. So, must buy status: engaged.

Also from DC Comics? FLASH ANNUAL #1, which brings together the Rogues, versus The Flash, versus Captain Cold; GREEN LANTERN ANNUAL #1, which launches the massive “Rise of the Third Army” event; and BEFORE WATCHMEN: MINUTEMEN #3, by the incredibly talented (and as we found out this past weekend, bluntly honest) Darwyn Cooke. Read More...

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