As Dark Horse’s 25th year rolls on in grand fashion, so does Dark Horse Presents! Issue number two of Dark Horse’s landmark anthology features not only the continuation of stories by the likes of Howard Chaykin, Richard Corben, Paul Chadwick, and Carla Speed McNeil, but the premieres of all new stories by Patrick Alexander, Sanford Greene, and Robert Love!

Don’t miss this milestone showcase of the comics industry’s hottest talents and most esteemed legends!

* Exclusive, premiere content from established creators as well as exciting new talents.

* Deluxe perfect-bound presentation with 80 pages of full color and no ads.

Creators: Howard Chaykin, Richard Corben, Carla Speed McNeil, Paul Chadwick, David Chelsea, Robert Love, Michael T. Gilbert and others
Cover Artist: Neal Adams

Price: $7.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 1.7%
Avg Rating: 3.6
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  1. I was a bit underwhelmed by the last one. I loved the original and love the concept of a quarterly mega anthology, but the quality needs to be there. A couple of the stories had potential that started weak, so we’ll see.

  2. @JimBilly4  I’m with you, though I think I still enjoyed this book more than the Vertigo Adventure Tales that released recently (another similarly-sized and priced anthology).

  3. I only liked a little more than half of th first issue. I’d almost rather just go back-issue diving for some older DHP issues than get this. But I’ll thumb through it and see. I really, really liked Chadwick, McNeil, and corben’s pieces, but the I think I should go read their older stuff in more comprehensive volumes or runs? I just can’t decide to plan on getting this or not.

  4. this blew.very hard to get through. sometimes u cant go home

  5. Outside of an amazing Concrete story and a great one page joke comic in the back, the first issue was entirely forgettable. This is the make-or-break issue.

    Not to mention it’s hard enough to remember a 20-22 page story after a month, let alone an 8 page story after 2 months. 

  6. I did not love Neal Adams, and that makes me sad. 🙁

  7. from the comments above, i’m glad i passed on this. 

  8. all those coments were from before it came out.  Any one actually read this?  I got the first issue and am putting off buying this unless its beter.

  9. It was definitely not worth $7.99!

  10. I enjoyed the Vertigo thing more, I will not be picking this

  11. I actually liked this one better than the first, but anthologies are always a mixed bag. I’ll pick up anything with new Concrete in it regardless.

  12. This was so bad that I’m going to take it personally.

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