DARK CIRCLE COMICS LAUNCHES AMBITIOUS DIGITAL LIBRARY FEATURING DEBUT OF IMPACT COMICS, RETURN OF THE NEW CRUSADERS
Today, Dark Circle Comics – the genre-defying super hero imprint of Archie Comics – unveiled the first phase of a proactive digital rollout featuring many acclaimed titles starring key Dark Circle characters. The books – available digitally for the first time – include the hard-to-find Impact Comics titles and the best-selling Red Circle Comics books from the 1980s.
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DARK CIRCLE COMICS UNVEILS
FIRST WAVE OF SUPERHERO TITLES
THE BLACK HOOD, THE SHIELD and THE FOX ongoing series slated to launch early next year
Dark Circle Comics has announced its first wave of superhero comics to be launched in early 2015, which include The Black Hood, The Shield , and The Fox.
THE BLACK HOOD features the creative team of writer Duane Swierczynski and artist Michael Gaydos, THE SHIELD has writers Adam Christopher and Chuck Wendig and artist Wilfredo Torres, and THE FOX is from writer/artist Dean Haspiel and scripter Mark Waid.
Today, Dark Circle Comics – the superhero imprint of Archie Comics – revealed that the label’s first wave of titles will include THE BLACK HOOD from writer Duane Swierczynski (Judge Dredd, X, Birds of Prey) and artist Michael Gaydos (ALIAS), THE SHIELD from writers Adam Christopher (The Burning Dark) and Chuck Wendig (Blackbirds) and artist Wilfredo Torres (The Shadow: Year One), and THE FOX from writer/artist Dean Haspiel (Billy Dogma, HBO’s Bored to Death) and scripter Mark Waid (Daredevil, Kingdom Come, founder of Thrillbent). All three series will be ongoing and launch early next year.
Archie rebrands superhero imprint, plans slate of ‘cinematic’ and ‘literary’ titles in the vein of hit AFTERLIFE WITH ARCHIE series
Archie Comics is rebranding their long-running superhero imprint, Red Circle Comics, as a more literary, cinematic, and mature imprint called Dark Circle Comics.
According to Dark Circle Comics Editor Alex Segura, the imprint will feature stories “… more akin to cable television shows like Boardwalk Empire, True Detective and Orange is the New Black. Unique voices telling stories about flawed characters from a range of genres, including crime, superhero adventure and off-the-wall action.”