Now that we've only got a month left for DHC's original SW material, I thought it would be nice to have a thread in which we can examine, discuss, and recommend their non-SW output. I have to admit I haven't bought much else from them historically outside of the occasional Serenity material, but hopefully those of us who are making the attempt to continue giving them our business can use this to crowdsource things that might draw our interest. As such, here are the titles I'm currently looking at: For a couple years now they've been releasing three-part digest-sized stories by Gene Luen Yang and Gurihiru that continue the story from The Last Airbender and establish the status quo seen in Legend of Korra. I expected bland tie-in stuff at first but these have proven to be really good at continuing the series' story in a way that doesn't feel tacked on, and dealing with serious, complex questions about the fallout from the show's Hundred-Year War. They've also jumped more than a year ahead already, meaning that if they keep it up for a while we could actually get to see the characters age. Each digest is normally about $10 but they're all on sale for $4.99 at the digital store right now. 'nuff said. The art was inconsistent in this recently-concluded miniseries but it's really great to see them actually continuing the story at last and I'm excited for more--maybe even something analogous to "Firefly Season Two" someday. I don't know much about this miniseries but it's got Bechko and Hardman on its writing team (and awesome covers by Hardman, though the interior art doesn't look quite as good) so as a Legacy fan I'm going to give it a shot. Here's the official synopsis: Pariah is about a group of teenagers genetically engineered to be supergeniuses and then exiled into space for some reason. I'm still figuring this one out--apparently there's a graphic novel-length first volume that deals with their time on Earth, and the current volume is after they're sent to space. It seems way more in the "psychological sci-fi" vein and I like the art a lot, so I'm probably going to get all the old stuff and binge at some point. It's also got a pretty nice website explaining the premise, though it's out of date which is part of the reason I'm not totally clear on what was released when and how. This series follows the new game, I guess--I tried the first issue because Gail Simone, but I dunno if I'll keep going; Lara Croft's never really done much for me. Helpful links: New Releases Upcoming Releases Digital Store Other things I'm curious about if any of you are familiar: Matt Kindt's Mind MGMT, Greg Rucka's Veil, and well, it's hard to argue with a series called "Axe Cop". Oh, and they also do Halo and Mass Effect comics, which I means means something to you people.