Dark Horse Presents #9

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Eisner, Harvey, and Stumptown Award winner!

Sergio Aragonés’s Groo gets involved in politics, and that’s not good for man, woman, or child in the final chapter of “The Kids Who Would Be Kings”! Plus, Victor Santos’s spymaster Black Kaiser, from Polar: Came from the Cold, joins an espionage team set to infiltrate a dangerous organization . . . but can he trust them? Who will betray them?

Make sure to look out for Polar: Eye for an Eye, the second spy-noir collection of Santos’s celebrated web comic, in stores this month!

  • 8.7
    Geeked Out Nation - Jideobi Odunze Apr 15, 2015

    Overall this was a very good issue of Dark Horse Presents that was a big step up from the previous issue. Much of the stories are picking up, finding their footing and giving you a reason to say they are worth that spot on Dark Horse Presents. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Kabooooom - Gregory Goode Apr 16, 2015

    In an editorial in this issue, Richardson asks if we're experiencing a new Golden Age of comics due to the diverse amount of high-quality material currently being published. If we are, Dark Horse Presents deserves a lot of the credit. By providing creators with a forum for creative expression for almost 30 years, Dark Horse Presents ensures that while the comics anthology may never be as prevalent as it once was, it will always have a place in the medium. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Infinite Comix - Michael Roder Apr 19, 2015

    This was an off month for Dark Horse Presents, something that doesn't come around all too often. Groo faltered on its final step, Tarzan isn't coming off as anything special, and the unmentioned Dream Gang continues to be uninteresting. There are still some high quality tales in this issue, but this was certainly an off month. Read Full Review

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