Evil Dead Film Adaptation
In January 2008, Dark Horse Comics has released a four-issue comic book mini-series based on The Evil Dead, which is written by Mark Verheiden, with art by John Bolton.
Army of Darkness Film Adapation
In 1992 Dark Horse published an adaptation of the film, written by Sam Raimi and Ivan Raimi, with art by John Bolton. Published as a 3-issue mini-series and was released as a trade paperback by Dynamite in 2006.
Army of Darkness Ashes 2 Ashes
The plot picks up right at the end of the film. Written by Andy Hartnell, with art by Nick Bradshaw. Published as a 4-issue mini-series, collected as a trade paperback which was released in late February 2005.
Army of Darkness Shop Till You Drop Dead
This story starts where Ashes 2 Ashes ends. Written by James Kuhoric, with art by Nick Bradshaw and Sanford Greene. Published as a 4-issue mini-series, collected as a trade paperback which was released in November 2006.
Army of Darkness Volume 1 (issues 1-4): Army of Darkness vs. Re-animator
A crossover with Herbert West from H. P. Lovecraft’s short story, “Herbert West–Reanimator” and well-known from the film Re-Animator and it’s sequels. Story starts where Shop Till You Drop Dead ends. Published as issue #1-4 of the ongoing Army of Darkness series. The trade was released in late October 2006.
Army of Darkness Volume 1 (Issues 5-7): Old School
Ash returns to the cabin in the woods in an attempt to stop the evil at its source. Published as issue #5-7 of the series. It was published in September 2006.
Army of Darkness Volume 1 (Issues 8-11): Ash vs. Dracula
Ash tries to kill all the other monsters released by the Necronomicon: Dracula, Frankenstein’s monster, the Werewolf and the Mummy. Originally published in the series #8-11. The trade paperback collects the “Ash vs. Dracula” series and, “The Death of Ash,” the two issue run-up to the Marvel Zombies crossover to be released in August 2007.
Army of Darkness Volume 1 (Issues 12-13): The Death of Ashley J. Williams
The penultimate issue – next up, unlucky issue #13 and the death of Ash! With Dracula in his rear view mirror, Ash turns his attention to a mysterious hot dog themed cult that is reportedly responsible for selecting him as the Chosen One. Tracking the cultists to their lair in the bowels of the Weenie World fast food chain Ash discovers the truth about his past and the real source of the Deadite torment that has followed him his entire life is revealed – and you won’t believe who it is!
Army of Darkness Volume 1 (Issues 14-17): Hellbillies and Deadnecks
While Ash attempts to deal with the changes and situations from our previous two issues – after the life-changing events of issue #13 – our reluctant hero begins to forge a new path …. But will he trip and fall before taking the first step?
Army of Darkness Volume 1 (Issue 18): Montezuma’s Revenge
Army of Darkness/Xena co-writer Elliott Serrano strikes out on his own for a special ‘done-in-one’ AOD story featuring the art of Dave Simon! Ash goes south of the border to wrestle with a resurrected Aztec warlord who plans to use the Spanish Necronomicon to take take revenge on the descendants of those who killed him and then take over the world.
Army of Darkness Volume 1 (Issues #19-27):
Remaining issues of volume 1 of Army of Darkness featuring one-off stories.
Marvel Zombies vs. The Army of Darkness
A five-issue mini-series crossover with Marvel Zombies.
Army of Darkness Volume 2 (Issues 1-4): From The Ashes
Ash vs. Evil Ash and his many mutants and monsters in a post-apocalyptic world.
Army of Darkness Volume 2 (Issues 5-8): The Long Road Home
After the Apocalyptic events of “from the Ashes (AOD #’s 1-4) Ash is reunited with Sheila as the two set out to remake the world and reclaim the legacy of humanity. How can Ash possibly screw this up? Oh, just you wait…. It all starts here in Ash’s “Long Road Home”!
Army of Darkness Volume 2 (Issues 9-13): Home Sweet Hell
The adventures of Ashley J. Williams continue! Now that the ‘Long Road Back Home’ has been taken, it’s time to head back to ‘Home Sweet Hell’! Ash is back in a world mostly of his own making – back in the S-Mart and checking prices on toasters and girdles. Only thing is, the demons are conspiring and Ash is, well, Ash doesn’t remember anything. And because he doesn’t remember anything, heading out to that cabin in the woods after a long work week sounds just fine to him… welcome to Hell, Ash! Again!
Army of Darkness Volume 3 (Issues 1-13 ongoing)
The story continues with Ash teaming up with a female Ash.
Darkman vs. Army of Darkness
A crossover with another Sam Raimi film character Darkman. Written by Roger Stern and Kurt Busiek, with art by James Fry. Published four issues from August 2006 to March 2007 and the trade paperback will be released in late 2007.
Army of Darkness/Xena: Why Not?
A four issue mini-series in which Ash travels to Xena’s dimension in order to stop a mini version of himself from destroying that world.
Army of Darkness/Xena: What, Again?
Ash returns to the Xena dimension in this crossover.
Army of Darkness Ash’s Christmas Horror
Everyone loves the holidays, right? Wrong! If you’ve ever worked S-Mart retail in December, you know it’s a special hell filled with something even worse than Deadites…dumbass holiday shoppers.
Army of Darkness Ash Saves Obama
Ash battles Deadite pundits and presidents in a desperate bid to rescue the current President – Barack Obama – before the Deadite hordes eradicate his spark of hope… forever! Written by Elliott (Army of Darkness/Xena) Serrano, illustrated by Ariel Padilla and features covers by Todd (Amazing Spider-Man) Nauck and Lucio Parillo!
Danger Girl and The Army of Darkness
Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash
The film sequel to Freddy vs. Jason was never made, but DC/Dynamite announced that they’d be presenting the story in comic form as the six-issue mini-series Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash.
Army of Darkness Omnibus
Each omnibus volume contains full collections of Army of Darkness comics published by Dynamite Entertainment.
Ash and The Army of Darkness
A new Army of Darkness series written by Steve Niles, acclaimed author of 30 Days of Night and Batman: Gotham County Line. A horror/action series with dark comedic overtones, the newly-titled Ash and the Army of Darkness continues the time-traveling, demon-fighting adventures of Ash Williams, the smart-mouthed hero of the 1992 cult-favorite film of the same name.
Army of Darkness Re-Animator
Ash is hurled into an American graveyard in the 1920s and meets an intense young doctor named Herbert West. If the name sounds familiar, West’s obsessed with reanimating the dead at any cost.
Army of Darkness vs. Hack/Slash
After the events of the HACK/SLASH series, Cassie Hack is doing her best to live a normal life. But a Deadite attack forces Cassie back into action and this time, she’s not alone! Meet Cassie’s new partner: Ashley J. Williams! Can the pair keep from killing each other long enough to quest for the stolen pages from the Book of the Dead? Will Ash get some sugar? Or will Cassie make him kiss it? It’s the horror mash-up that fans demanded!