MySpace Dark Horse Presents, Volume 1

MySpace Dark Horse Presents Volume This collection of the first six issues of MySpace Presents Dark Horse include Joss Whedon s complete rock n roll saga Sugarshock a fun filled story about a quirky girl named Dandelion and her love o

  • Title: MySpace Dark Horse Presents, Volume 1
  • Author: Scott Allie Mike Mignola Gerard Way Guy Davis Adam Warren John Arcudi Bob Fingerman Adam Gallardo
  • ISBN: 9781593079987
  • Page: 464
  • Format: Paperback
  • This collection of the first six issues of MySpace Presents Dark Horse include Joss Whedon s complete rock n roll saga Sugarshock, a fun filled story about a quirky girl named Dandelion and her love of music and hatred of Vikings Mike Mignola s haunting holiday tale, lushly illustrated by Guy Davis, The Christmas Spirit a lost Umbrella Academy chapter written by GeThis collection of the first six issues of MySpace Presents Dark Horse include Joss Whedon s complete rock n roll saga Sugarshock, a fun filled story about a quirky girl named Dandelion and her love of music and hatred of Vikings Mike Mignola s haunting holiday tale, lushly illustrated by Guy Davis, The Christmas Spirit a lost Umbrella Academy chapter written by Gerard Way about our favorite curmudgeon, The Kraken and a four part story dedicated to Eric Powell s The Goon This volume also includes a wide range of established comics talent, and stories from newcomers who saw their professional debut in MySpace Presents Dark Horse.

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    457 thoughts on “MySpace Dark Horse Presents, Volume 1

    • Joss Whedon's contribution was great, and some of the others were funbut all felt truncated. And it devolved at the end to lots of boring violence.


    • I mainly got this for the Gerard Way contribution which was only 8 pages long. Some of the other stories were okay but most weren't.


    • Alot of humor in the "Hitchhiker`s" genre. Mostly goofy stuff. A fun read.Also fun that the stories contained in it are complete (beginning, middle and end sort of stories), not that they don`t suggest there might be sequels, but it was fun to read "complete" shorts in an anthology book without feeling forced to have to buy any of the other books, or a collected version of a single story.Issue 2 is on order :-)



    • It seems odd to have MySpace in the name of a comic book. After all, MySpace is an online social networking phenomenon, and it’s certainly been helpful in getting unknown bands some much-needed exposure, and it’s a marketing boon for just about any creative enterprise, as you can tell hundreds of “friends” about your band’s show, your local art fair or what-have-you. But to have it given equal billing with longtime comics pioneer Dark Horse just seems wrong somehow. Whether or not MySp [...]


    • Some great, some only good, but overall I thought for an anthology/compendium/collection of shorts, this had a higher consistency to the quality than many did. MySpace who knew.My favorite art is unsurprisingly the headliner, with mister Fabio Moon doing his thing for a sci-fi steampunk band? The other stories have good quirks and interesting hooks, and overall, it's a surprisingly solid collection of little comicsd a bit of Umbrella Academy never hurts.


    • I loved reading "2000AD" when I was a teenager - it had an amazing and potent mix of great strips: Judge Dredd, Slaine, ABC Warriors, Nikolai Dante, Rogue Trooper, Vector 13, Strontium Dog, Durham Red. Reading "MySpace Dark Horse Presents" reminded me of those days where there were so many excellent and varied shorts on display. Joss Whedon presents a whacky strip about a wannabe rock band called "SugarShock!" that combines light comedy, music, and sci-fi Dan Dare style heroics. Peter Bagge chip [...]


    • This, as most anthologies, had its ups and downs. When I look at the entry above it says "by Joss Whedon" but he only wrote one of the "strips" within this graphic novel. I guess these were put out on myspace 3 or 4 years ago and they were free online. Then they were combined into physical graphic novels (yes more than one because I saw the others at the library where I got this one).I thought the Joss Whedon story was pretty silly but I do give him props for having a big curvy girl as one of th [...]


    • Simply put, this is an anthology of comics. A very eclectic collection to be more exact. Ranging from drama to comedy, horror to adventure, there is something here for everyone. Each comic is no more than a few pages long, and brings a style and flavor that differs from every other in the volume. Of course, there were some stories that I preferred over others, and some drawing styles that I liked more than others, but seeing something different every few pages is what really made this fun. After [...]


    • this was so much fun to read! I want to read all the myspace/dark horse presents series but i cant find them at the library. But I would love owning them anyway so thats ok. Artwork is awesome, stories were great. My favorite had to be empowered, as well as the mini ones tossed in there throughout the book.you cant lose here, anyone who likes comics books will have fun with it. Joss whedon fans too, he is just one of the contributing authors though. there are many other great writers/artist in h [...]


    • A mixed damn bag, I don't really know how to rate this. Most of the best stories are the ones from comics or creators we already know are good. There are a couple of pieces in here that I would really love to have collected in something a little more solidly to my tastes (Mignola & Davis' Christmas story, Blackman & Nord's serial killer tale), but mostly it's just a mixed bag with some good and some bad and some in-between.


    • This is a fun collection of comic book shorts. There were completely new characters introduced, as well as familiar characters in new stories. Each short is self contained. This is a good intro to help people find what they like, as well as a fun read for people already familiar with the Dark Horse world.


    • SUGARSHOCK = AWSEOMESTEST!! Whedon's mini-series for MySpace DHP is one of my favorite stories in comics ever. It's a delightful take on a Josie and the Pussycats kinda adventuring girlie band. The art is gorgeous and the wit is tight. There are other nice stories so far but largely none of the stand next to SUGARSHOCK!


    • Sugarshock! is my favorite fictional band of all time. The rest of the collection was interesting but not mind-blowing. I would recommend reading Sugarshock! online, and skipping the book itself--unless you would appreciate the many layers of irony in owning a historical document with the word 'MySpace' in the title.


    • "Sugarshock" by Joss Whedon and Fabio Moon is so amazingly good it makes the stream of decent comics (and a preview of "The Umbrella Academy") that follow, pale in comparison. Except for "A Circuit Closed." That was pretty interesting.


    • There's some great stuff in here. Sugar Shock is super funny.There's some lousy stuff in here. The last 1/3 or so is all Goon, and that's a drag, and it's not even by Powell, so all the more draggy.


    • This is a pretty great anthology, and a nice sampler of some of publisher Dark Horse's many popular books, franchises and creators.I spend one billion words talking about it here:everydayislikewednesdaysp


    • I liked it when I read it, but had forgotten that I even read it when I picked it up again today! I suppose a forgettable anthology couldn't be rated 4 stars, no matter how good the talent. Solid entertainment, though.


    • This was an interesting selection of short comics. The story by Joss Whedon was my favorite. However, when you get to the last. last. last las--damn. I didn't like that "last" story line. Not only was it a gratuitously stupid story, but it kept going like the energizer bunny.


    • This had the usual problem with anthologies: some good stuff, some bad stuff, some "how did this get published" stuff. I mostly wanted to read it for the ancillary stories or authors I enjoyed, but continued through the rest of it despite itself. Journeyman read.


    • The fun of this book is how none of these wildly varied stories (with the exception of The Goon and I guess the one about historical serial killers) are from previously trod stories & characters. So everything is new.


    • Probably my least favorite of the three volumes I've read so far. I noticed I was skimming a lot and not really gobbling it up like I expected to. A bit too uneven and too dependent on readers having experience with established series.


    • I rate this a five for "SugarShock" alone. Randomness rocks, Vikings suck and Joss is a god!! Of the other comics in this book "A Circuit Closed" was *interesting*, "An Empowered Story" was great, and "The Christmas Spirit" was *also interesting*. The rest were too horror-ific for me.


    • A smattering of lesser known comics. My fav's were: Who da Ubermensch (fun graphics), Tricks of the Trade (dark mood for a dark story), The Axeman (can't believe all those stories are true), and The Goon (fun plot).




    • A mixed bag = tough to rate! Sugarshock was awesome and silly and laugh out loud hilarious. Samurai was another fave. Several pieces were not my thing, but on the whole, a satisfying experience.



    • An anthology, so there are lots of ups and downs, but overall I was very impressed with this volume, especially a new short Umbrella Academy story.



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